Now, more than ever, good hygiene is vital.
I’ve always practised high standards of hygiene, and feel it’s important to highlight what I do to keep you, my clients, safe.
Firstly, and most importantly, my brushes are deep cleaned at the end of each day with antibacterial soap and water.
During a booking, they are spritzed and wiped between clients with antibacterial brush spray.
To avoid reusing as much as possible, I stock multiples of brushes in my kit.
Disposable wands are used for mascara, and I also stock disposable applicators for lipstick/gloss, eyeshadow and liner if needed.
If a sponge is required for the application, I use a “box-fresh” new sponge, which is then kept by the client after the make-up.
All cream and liquid products are decanted from their packaging to avoid double dipping, and powders/eyeshadows are spritzed with an antibacterial make-up spray to sanitise between clients.
Pencils are freshly sharpened for every use.
Kit cases and storage boxes are cleaned regularly to avoid build up, especially during peak season.
And in my studio, surfaces are wiped down between clients.
If I’m on location at a client’s home or wedding venue, I lay clean towels on surfaces to work off.
And of course, hands are washed and sanitised with alcohol free products before and during applications.