Professional Makeup Artists' Insurance Guide
What is a Professional Makeup Artist?
Makeup artists are often licensed professionals who focus primarily on techniques for various makeup applications within the beauty industry. This can include eyelash extensions and event freelance work. Makeup Artists are knowledgeable of the latest makeup trends, techniques and products for clients.
What Services Can a Makeup Artist Perform?
Services performed by professional makeup artists are regulated by your state board and some services may require additional training. Professional makeup programs usually start around 200+ hours of education/training.
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What Is Professional Liability Insurance
For Makeup Artists?
As a makeup artist, you are responsible for the beauty and welfare of your clients. Your education and experience enables you to offer your clients excellent services. But you have a responsibility to protect your most precious asset—your career. Let’s face it: Accidents happen. But you can be prepared for the unexpected.
Professional Liability Insurance is a form of risk management in which the insured skincare professional can be protected and relieved of the financial responsibility of a potential loss.
What does that mean?
It is designed to protect makeup professionals from claims arising outside of their direct professional skills. For example, an adverse reaction to product or a slip an fall claim.
What Does My Liability Insurance Policy Cover?
Your policy covers an additional 350 beauty and wellness services including: cosmetology, nail technicians, massage and yoga.
Is your career worth $159? That’s all it costs to purchase Elite Beauty liability insurance for 12 full months of coverage. This coverage applies to estheticians/skincare professionals that work full- or part-time and follows you anywhere in the United States.
Sign up prior to your graduation and for $25 you will receive all the benefits and limits of the professional program for 12 full months. Our policies cover only the discipline you are studying on the day your coverage begins. The effective date of your policy must be prior to your graduation date.
Still Have Questions?
Have questions about skincare liability insurance? Call our customer service team, and they will answer all of your questions.
Call 1(877) 699-3838
Not ready to purchase, but want more information? Submit your questions via our contact form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
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