Becca Schell Makeup Artist
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Policies

 
 

POLICY

 

PAYMENT:  The Person(s) responsible for the entire balance of payment is the person(s) who has signed this booking contract.
There is a $100 non-refundable retainer fee due with contract to reserve your wedding date.  An invoice of your complete total will be sent via email. Payment of deposit must be made within 72 hours of receiving your invoice using PayPal.  The deposit made goes towards bridal makeup for the day of the wedding.
 The rest of the bride’s payment & payment for the bridal party is due the day of service(s), via cash or PayPal.  Payment for the trial run is due at the time of service.
No checks.  There are absolutely NO REFUNDS.

DELAYS: A late fee of $20.00 will be charged for every 30 minutes of delay when a client is late for a scheduled time or if scheduled makeup services exceeds allotted time because of client delays.


PARKING FEE: Any parking, valet, or toll fees must be paid by client, if applicable.

 

TRAVEL FEE: Basic travel is included within 35 miles of the the artist’s base location.  If your location exceeds 35 miles, there will be an additional fee, to be determined by artist.

 

SERVICE LOCATION AND REQUIREMENTS: Please have a clean washed and moisturized face prior to makeup application. Ensure location temperature is no warmer than 73 degrees so makeup will set correctly. Makeup Artist will provide her own chair & set up at the location of service.


LIABILITY:  All brushes and makeup products are kept sanitary.  All products are sanitized between every makeup application.  Any skin conditions or sensitivities of the client(s) should be reported to the Makeup Artist prior to application, and if needed, a sample test of makeup may be performed on skin.

 

CANCELLATION POLICY:  Cancellation must be made 30 days prior to your reserved date or you will be billed the full amount of services agreed upon in this contract.  All retainer fees paid are non-refundable.

 

 

THE RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE:  If the Makeup Artist feels uncomfortable, threatened, or verbally abused in any way, she will have the right to leave the premises without completing services.  If the artist feels that the client has any open facial wounds or a skin condition that could be infected or unsanitary, she has the right to refuse service to that client.