Eye Lash

NOV-DEC 2017

Eye Lash covers the latest makeup, eyelash extension and eyebrow trends for makeup artists, lash and brow stylists, and other beauty industry professionals who provide eyelash extension, eyebrow shaping and makeup application services.

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46 | NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2017 | eyelashmag.com PHOTOGRAPHER: ANGELA MARKLEW; MAKEUP ARTIST: JOHNY SAADE; HAIRSTYLIST: CHRISTOPHE SALUZZO; MODEL: LINA JORNEA, PHOTOGENICS by Karie L. Frost IN THE Talent snags you that fi rst job, but getting rehired requires so much more than sheer makeup genius. LINE THERE'S NO DOUBT ABOUT IT: e world of makeup artistry is saturated with talent. With so much competition, securing a job with a fi rst-time client is a major victory. And while you may be celebrating this employment win, that elation you feel is so much sweeter when that same client requests your artistry for a second time … a third … a forth … and so on. After all, getting rehired is the ultimate goal. "A lot of times that fi rst job is luck; but after that, it's all up to you to secure that next job," says Stila Cosmetics global director of creative artistry Sarah Lucero. e fact is, most people in a position of commissioning you seek rehires. "When it comes to hiring a makeup artist for a shoot, 9 times out of 10 I'm going for a rehire," Eye|Lash editorial director Stephanie Lavery claims. " e more you work with someone, the more you develop a trust and understanding of how to communicate—and that's really important when trying to achieve a certain look." But if your talent sets you apart and your elevated skills make you desirable, what more do you need to possess in order to guarantee you'll be top of mind when the next project arises? We tapped three pros—a magazine editor, a makeup artist and a beauty photographer—to candidly talk about what qualities a makeup pro must possess in order to be rehired. Take their insights to heart; you never know—you may work with them one day … but hopefully more than just one! POSITIVE PERSONALITY When Lavery hired a makeup artist for this issue's cover (and the image on this page), she immediately thought of Johny Saade, who she's contracted for shoots "easily over 20" times. Why does she keep Saade on a short list of go-tos for magazine shoots? In a word: personality. "[I hired Johny because] he's fun to work REHIRING

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