Renaud Makeup

Renaud Makeup

1 hire on Fash
1 employee
2 years in business

About this pro

I have been working as a freelance makeup artist since the summer of 2017. When I was younger I was such a tomboy and things such as makeup, hair, and fashion never interested me. In 2013, shortly after I got married, I started watching beauty YouTubers. Their talent, precision and dedication was so intriguing to me. As I watched their videos I began learning new tips and tricks to be able to do my own makeup better. I eventually began my own YouTube channel and started doing my own makeup tutorials. As time passed one of my previous coworkers was going to be a bridesmaid at her sisters wedding. She asked if I could do her makeup for her since she knew I did makeup tutorials on YouTube. I was scared at first because doing personal makeup and applying it on someone else is alot more challenging. I agreed to do her makeup and after that my passion changed from creating makeup tutorials to providing others that feeling of confidence! I am proud to say I have done over 38 different makeup looks since I began and have also had two of them published! I have extended my education and also received a certificate in makeup artistry. I strive for nothing but perfection and excellence in my work. This is my biggest passion and I have many lofty goals ahead of me as I continue with makeup artistry.

I love seeing the look on my client's faces when they see the final outcome. I love the challenge and creativity that each new look brings. Even if I've done the same style it's still different because every person's features are different. Makeup has always been an art form to me and I think it's so amazing to be able to use it to enhance features that are already beautiful on their own. 

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Carrollton, TX 75006
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

I love to meet who I'm working with, if possible, and discuss their needs ahead of time. I also urge my new clients to consider doing a trial makeup beforehand so that they can let me know if there's anything that needs to be changed before the actual scheduled date. I require a signed agreement form between my client and I that discusses the time, location, date, etc. 

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

I have a certificate of completion in my extended education of makeup artistry.

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

Editorial: $50 ($15 for each additional look). If you are looking to expand your horizons in the fashion industry I guarantee I will get you headed in the right direction. The services I provide are sure to give you the edgy, creative look you desire to fulfill and guide you on the route to a promising career in fashion. 

Bridal: $110 for Bride ($50 pre wedding makeup trial), $70 per bridesmaid ($35 pre wedding makeup trial). I also offer bundle deals for bridal parties with 6 bridesmaids or more.

Prom: $60 ($15 pre prom makeup trial)

Regular Events/Photo Shoots: $40 per person ($15 each additional look/pre event makeup trial)

What types of customers have you worked with?

I have worked with alot of beautiful clients over the past 2 years. I have done prom, bridal, maternity and other creative, avant garde styles. 

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

In October I collaborated with an incredible Fort Worth photographer and a model to create an Autumn themed shoot I had been wanting to do for quite some time. The photographer and model let me take the reigns and come up with the design as well as the wardrobe that should be used. I created a headband for the model to wear that had autumn colored flowers on it. The makeup was a vibrant orange/red to go with the "fall" aesthetic. The model was outstanding and I'm always pleased with the work that Larry (the photographer) does. It was such a wonderful and fun collaboration and the actual makeup itself turned out so beautiful!

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

My advice would be to look at their portfolio. See what type of aesthetics and styles they tend to be more comfortable with. If they have alot of heavy makeup on their clients in the portfolio pictures than more than likely they will have the same style when doing your makeup.

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

1. Do you have any allergies that you are aware of to cosmetics or any other products that could possibly be used in the process of doing your makeup?

2. Is there a particular look or inspiration that you had in mind for me to use? If not, do you want the look to be more bold or natural looking?

3. How would you describe your skin type? Normal (not too dry, not too oily), Oily, Dry, Combination (dry, but oily T-zone), or sensitive (gets red or burns easily)

4. What feature of your face would you like the most attention brought to?

5. Would you like a trial performed before the date listed above? 

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