Make Up Artists – How to Get More Clients With Facebook Marketing

If you’ve every tried to pursue a career as a make up artists you’ll know that it’s TOUGH. It’s tough to stand out in such a competitive industry. It’s tough to create a unique identity for yourself and it’s tough to market yourself online and on social media. Recently I have received a ton of enquiries from make up artists who want a little but of help when it comes to digital m
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Seven Women I’m Obsessed With

I love being a woman. I love everything absolutely everything about it. Well… apart from periods obvo. I’m pretty lucky because I was raised by a kick-ass feminist mum who didn’t let me think for one second that being female was in any way a disadvantage. Thanks to her, I have lived my whole life with the firm opinion that having male genitalia is not a superpower and I fully believe that I can create the
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Making Mistakes At Work

Mistakes; I’ve made a few. Actually, I’ve made quite a lot of them. But who hasn’t? No one likes to mess up, especially at work, but I’ll bet all my money, my dog, my wardrobe and my secret supply of chocolate on the fact that there’s not a human on this planet who hasn’t made the occasional whoopsie on the job, from time to time. You’ve heard it before, but everyone makes mistakes. No one is immune
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24 Things I Learned From Being 24

I’m 25 next week and I’m not exactly thrilled about it. I know, I know – 25 is ridiculously young and I’m a self obsessed brat with no perspective. But seriously, I’m not too keen on leaving 24 behind. This is the first birthday I’ve ever approached with a bit of apprehension. Usually I’m shouting from the rooftops about a fortnight beforehand, making sure no one forgets that I get to be more imp
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5 Ways To Deal With Career Jealousy

I’ll admit it. I am a super, super jealous person. It’s embarrassing. Please don’t judge me. I’m pretty sure I’ve always been a jealous person, but I think it became most noticeable back when I was about 18. I was a university dropout, living off £50 a week Job Seeker’s Allowance in a crappy flat, with a crappy boyfriend and no social life. Instead of doing something productive to further my life, I u
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