WYP2015 Speaker Spotlight Series – Cashmeir Jones
During Cashmeir Jones’ career as a Professional Make-up Artist, she has represented both MAC and Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics and has mastered taking that one feature that a woman thinks is “just cute” and showing her how to accentuate it to showcase her full beauty. She’s passionate about beauty because it’s the true essence of a woman and no two women are the same. Cashmeir studied Fashion Merchandising at Johnson and Wales University and received her Make-Up Artistry certification from Make-Up Designory (MUD). In addition to being a skilled and experienced makeup professional, has also made her an excellent mentor and instructor, training fellow makeup artists on the latest techniques and methods to expertly produce flawless complexions, beautifully defined eyes and perfectly tinted lips. Peers and clients alike seek Cashmeir’s expertise knowing they will get honest advice, beautifully applied makeup and a professional and enjoyable working experience.
What are the three biggest benefits you offer to your target client and why?
The three benefits I offer are:
- HONESTY – Women need to hear the truth about what really works for them and what doesn’t. The majority of my clientele rely on my honesty.
- PERSPECTIVE – We don’t always see the beauty in ourselves. Sometimes we can be our biggest critics. If I can bring a different perspective and help them see what’s beautiful about them I feel I have done my job.
- RELIABILITY – My clients can rely on me to be there for them on their biggest and most important days. They can trust that of all things that may go wrong, their make up artist will be there on time and ready to make them absolutely gorgeous.
What are the top 3 questions asked by your clients/customers?
The three questions I get most often are “What colors work for me?”, ” How do I bring out my best feature?” and ” Which red works for me? ” All of which I love answering and teaching them how to love and enhance. their features.
What tips can you recommend that you’d only share with a close friend (and everyone reading this blog)?
The best tip I could give would be to find what feature you love most about your face. Then let me teach you how to make it stand out. Embrace your individuality.