BE.YOU.TO.FUL, Inc. Event Management & Beauty Services

BE.YOU.TO.FUL, Inc. Event Management & Beauty Services

2 employees
3 years in business

About this pro

I have always had a PASSION for making people feel beautiful and creating lasting memories. My PASSION for the beauty industry resulted in me adjusting my consuming corporate work schedule to persue my happiness as a licensed Hair & Makeup Artist. But, it doesn't stop creavity and being the "go-to" person for coordinating event's for loved ones allows me to step out on faith and create beautiful & organized events as an Event Planner.

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Keller, TX 76244
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

A consultation is key! When working with new clients I believe the first step is breaking the ice through a consulation. It's always best for the TEAM (Client & Myself) to build a respectful and open business relationship; drafting out the blueprint for the event and/or service. 

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Licensed Hair Stylist and Makeup Artist

Currently I am persueing training online to obtain a certification as an  Event Planner. 

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

There is a standard starting price for all services; prices are subject to increase depending on the alloted time frame and complexity of the service requested. 

How did you get started in this business?

Getting started in the beauty industry was second nature to me. As a child, I always enjoyed hair & makeup that inadvertently promoted me to the family go-to-beauty guru. As a rewarding hobby I enjoyed planning and managing special events for family & friends, so I decided to turn my niche' for organizing and detail into a career. 

What types of customers have you worked with?

I have worked with a diverse range of ethinities and personalities.  Being able to read people and quickly get a sense of who they are is an invaluable skill. It is one of the building blocks of a professional relationship.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Recently BE.YOU.TO.FUL, Inc.  was hired with 4 days request/notice prior to the event to provide beauty services. My Assistant and I had an opportunity to provide makeup services for an entire wedding party, without having an in-depth consultation prior to the event. BE.YOU.TO.FUL, Inc. arrived with a game plan of look inspirations and ultimately with our help they were able to create a uniformed look of Beauty. 

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Be open to the experts experience and guidance to make your vision come true! 

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

What is included in their fee? Establish your event organizer’s fees up front, to avoid any awkward surprises later.

A.      Is there a flat fee, hourly rate, percentage, cost-per-person?

B.      Is there be an additional fee for support staff?

C.      Are travel expenses included, or will they billed separately?

The total costs associated with their services, you need to know when payment is due and what forms of payment are accepted.

 What services do they offer? Know what services the organizer you are hiring can offer, to make sure they can fully handle your requirements. Locate a venue- organize catering, audiovisual services, transportation, accommodation, staffing, hire speakers.

A.      Do they have a preferred list of venues and vendors that they have worked closely with in the past?


4. Who will be working on your event? Know whom your day-to-day contact will be and – if that is not the person you are meeting with – arrange an introduction to ensure you have a good rapport.

A.      Will there be a team of people working on my event or just one? Is there backup support if that person is not available or ill?

B.      Is there a limit to the number of meetings we can have prior to the event? If there is, how much will I be charged for additional meetings?