If you’re a permanent makeup, you must know that your clients might choose your work by the portfolio you show on your social media.

EXCEPTIONAL PHOTOS can be the difference between booking a few clients and being completely booked out for months. Customers will look at photos of your work to decide if you are the most suitable option because they’re investing in permanent beauty work and their appearance.

We are here to help you out. It’s time to start creating the portfolio of your work.  Having trouble taking your client’s brow pictures? Check out these tips.

1.Use a ring light.

Ring lights are a great option to light the face of your clients. The light will help to smooth the skin and show every detail of your work. Also, it makes everyone’s eyes pop!

2. Use the correct camera.

There’s no need to invest in a professional camera. Having a smartphone with a nice camera will help you to achieve good pictures.

3. Find the right angle.

We know all of our clients have a better angle for pictures. Try taking many shots, switching from side to side, always having the brows in the center of the photo so all the attention goes to them. 

Quality is the clue, and the closer the pictures, the better.

Don’t forget to keep your angles the same for all before and afters.

4. Clean out all the background.

Don’t leave any evidence of your tools used near the face and, clean the client’s face before shooting. We need to focus on your work, not the setting.

5. Retouch the photo with App.

There are several options of apps where you can find touchup tools such as wrinkle remover, blemish remover, photo reshape, teeth whitening, red-eye remover, among others. It can help you to improve your photos and give them the final touch. We have an app recommendation for you.

Airbrush is a free APP you can use to smooth out your client’s skin so their brows look as sharp and perfect as ever with no other distractions like pimples, scars, etc. Click on the link to learn more about how to use the Airbrush app https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGXt9N0wR1w 

We hope these tips can work for you!

Now you have the tools to try excellent shots.