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Makeup Artist

Debi Phet

Posts: 7

Lowell, Massachusetts, US

Apr 30 13 10:04 am Link

Makeup Artist

T

Posts: 53557

Washington, District of Columbia, US

What's a fashion studio?

Apr 30 13 10:30 am Link

Photographer

S K E L E T O N K E Y

Posts: 2110

Louth, England, United Kingdom

You don't need to make 2 threads, stick to one.

Apr 30 13 10:33 am Link

Makeup Artist

Debi Phet

Posts: 7

Lowell, Massachusetts, US

Guess I can't get any real help... Forget I asked.

Apr 30 13 12:52 pm Link

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Photographer

-JAY-

Posts: 6729

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Debi Phet wrote:
Guess I can't get any real help... Forget I asked.

T asked a legitimate question. What's a fashion studio? Is it the personal studio of a fashion photographer, and you're the staff, MUA? Can't really help without knowing the situation.

Apr 30 13 12:55 pm Link

Makeup Artist

Debi Phet

Posts: 7

Lowell, Massachusetts, US

-JAY- wrote:

T asked a legitimate question. What's a fashion studio? Is it the personal studio of a fashion photographer, and you're the staff, MUA? Can't really help without knowing the situation.

I am working for a clothing company. It is a legitimate company that has about 500 employees. We basically are the people who creates the website. I'm part of a staff but I am a part of the studio team, stylists, photographers, photo editors, models, etc...

Apr 30 13 01:09 pm Link

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Andialu

Posts: 14029

San Pedro, California, US

Debi Phet wrote:

If you have a child you have to name it Boba. Boy or girl, it must be done. lol

Apr 30 13 01:13 pm Link

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Cherrystone

Posts: 37132

Columbus, Ohio, US

Andialu wrote:

If you have a child you have to name it Boba. Boy or girl, it must be done. lol

Oh my lol

Apr 30 13 01:19 pm Link

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Will Snizek Photography

Posts: 1387

Beckley, West Virginia, US

Salary completely depends on the local market you are in unless you travel extensively.  Charge whatever your market will support.  In other words,you should ask local people in the same career field.

Apr 30 13 02:40 pm Link

Photographer

C h a r l e s D

Posts: 9304

Los Angeles, California, US

A salary it is not.  Salary infers regular payments.  Unless you're working for someone or some company and receiving payments every two weeks, or every week, or every month, or whatever is agreed upon, it's a payment for services rendered.

In regards to your question, call around and ask MUAs in your area.

Apr 30 13 02:44 pm Link