Forums > Hair, Makeup & Styling > MUA Names???Help!!!

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Rockey Tucker Mua

Posts: 10

New Orleans, Louisiana, US

So I have been trying to figure out the best name for my makup artistry. I have read this forum and have gathered that it is best to go by your given name. There is one problem with that my given name is 18 letters long. Any suggestions I really need help with this. I do have a catchy name for weddings and special events but for editorial work I need help. so here goes my given name is Tonitralaschrondra Tucker. Ive thought of TRTucker. My stylist name is Rocky so possibly Rocky Tucker MUA. What do you think?

Oct 24 12 12:40 pm Link

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Lauren Reynolds Makeup

Posts: 282

London, England, United Kingdom

I would go with what sounds as much like a given name as possible, as long as its memorable enough - i think other names can sound cheesy. Rocky Tucker or Toni Tucker maybe? What do your friends call you?

Oct 24 12 01:29 pm Link

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Rockey Tucker Mua

Posts: 10

New Orleans, Louisiana, US

Thank you for your response. My friends call me Tee.

Oct 24 12 01:34 pm Link

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Lisa Berczel

Posts: 4131

Corona, California, US

I hate it when I've got 4 names to remember... Given, Model, Forum, and Social Media. I'm too old and too busy to keep track. Can't tell you how many times I've had that confused face on set because someone refers to a Talent by their *real* name.

If you can keep things consolidated and consistent... THANK YOU.

That's one of the main reasons I go by Lisa Berczel here and on Facebook. While Battledress Paint-n-Body is my company name and Ladypainter is my "handle" - I rarely use them on-line in order to avoid confusion.

Oct 24 12 02:54 pm Link

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Posts: 886

Brooklyn, New York, US

Also with the power of google and what not you want to keep the same name for branding purposes. Whatever you go with try to keep it the same.

Lisa I know the problem - I work on a lot, A LOT of music videos and I never know what is going on because the same person is being called a number of things. I always end up referring to "the talent" and trying to avoid calling them anything like " when you are ready come and sit in my chair so we can get started." It is so confusing.

Oct 24 12 05:59 pm Link


S de Varax

Posts: 7313

Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Tee Tucker? sounds good to me

Oct 25 12 12:31 am Link

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Posts: 1621

Boston, Massachusetts, US

Tee Tucker sounds great, or Chrondra Tucker if you want to keep more of your given name?

Oct 25 12 09:01 am Link

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LC Makeup and Styling

Posts: 90

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Tee Tucker sounds good to me :-)

Oct 25 12 08:32 pm Link

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Simire MUA

Posts: 91

London, England, United Kingdom

I agree....Tee Tucker has a nice ring to it.

Other possibilities include
Toni Tucker Mua
Toni Tralas Mua
Chrondra Mua
Tralas Tucker Mua
Chrondra Tucker Mua

Endless possibilities with your unique name :-)

Oct 26 12 08:38 am Link

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Rockey Tucker Mua

Posts: 10

New Orleans, Louisiana, US

Thank you for your response I am going to choose just one name to go by I sure hope I get this figured out soon

Oct 26 12 02:02 pm Link


Garlic Bread

Posts: 2474

Sylvania, Ohio, US

Tee Tucker is cute! (i know i'm late to the party but it seriously is cute, and memorable!)

Oct 26 12 02:08 pm Link

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Rockey Tucker Mua

Posts: 10

New Orleans, Louisiana, US

thank you Tee Tucker is what I have been going by. For some reason it dosent seem professional to me . I am leaning towards
Tralas Tucker
Roni Tucker
Rocky tucker

Oct 27 12 05:03 pm Link