Safety on Set: Makeup Artist
The COVID-19 Pandemic has changed the beauty industry. I see these changes as something very positive, as this way hygiene protocols could be perfected, to ensure a safe environment for everyone.
Certificate: Infection Control and Prevention for Makeup Artists
PPE (Personal Protective Equipment)
I will be wearing appropriate PPE throughout the job: FFP2 mask, eye protection and gloves when necessary.
Makeup and Hair
- All products in my makeup and hair kit are non-porous, so they can be properly cleaned and disinfected.
- Hygienic removal of products and disinfection of products between clients/talents.
- Makeup Brushes are being cleaned in a four step procedure (brush cleaner, water and soap, alcohol, UVC) and they will be used on one person/talent only.
- Products will be closed as quickly as possible, to avoid contamination.
- Makeup and hair stations will be disinfected in between clients/talents.
- No food, drinks or personal things will be present on the station.
I will get tested for COVID-19 at least every 72 hours, via PCR test.
Symptoms of Illness
I will not work if I have any signs or symptoms of illness and I would ask my clients to cancel appointments if they experience any signs or symptoms of illness. There will be not charge for appointments cancelled last minute.
Time and Money
Please understand that the new safety protocols require more time and more money.
The appointment may take a bit longer than you were used to in the past. Please consider this when planning.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact me!