When you’re starting out as a bridal hair and makeup artist, you’ve got a unique set of skills that allow you to create stunning looks for your clients on their special day.
You’ve also got your hands full.
It’s easy to want to spin ALL the plates and keep picking up more and more strings to your bow.
However, trying to manage more than one business can be a recipe for disaster, especially when you’re dealing with the pressure of running your first business.
My advice is to wait until your bridal hair and makeup business is generating enough revenue to add any more.
Here are a few reasons why you shouldn’t try to manage more than one business as a bridal hair and makeup artist:
It’s difficult to maintain quality control
When you’re working with multiple businesses, it’s hard to ensure that the quality of your work is consistent across all of them. This is especially important when it comes to bridal hair and makeup, where attention to detail is key. By spreading yourself too thin, you risk sacrificing the quality of your work, which could ultimately damage your reputation.
It’s hard to manage your time effectively
Your time is incredibly valuable. You need to be able to manage your time effectively in order to provide the best possible service to your clients. When you’re trying to juggle multiple businesses, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and lose track of what you’re supposed to be doing!
What’s your brand voice?
Building a strong brand as a bridal hair and makeup artist is all about consistency. You want your clients to know exactly what to expect when they work with you, and you want your brand to be recognisable and memorable. Don’t muddy your rep with multiple brands until the first one is truly established.
I’m not saying NEVER – I’m just saying WAIT.
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