Sanitation Practices

Psssst! Something you should know………….

I got my Covid Vaccine

Fine Makeup Art & Associates wants to let you know that we will continue to practice the highest professional sanitation methods in the industry in order to insure our clients’ safety. We have recently added a medical-grade UV-C light sterilizer and a portable air purifier to our process, as another component to ensure makeup application is safe.

We want to show you the methods and products we use every day, between every client.

OSHA certification of completion of Covid Production Safety Course
Sanitary Makeup Application

Stainless Steel Palette & Spatula  is used to dispense makeup products from their original container, onto a stainless steel palette to prevent cross-contamination. Each individual client’s makeup is used directly from the palette for one-time use, making it safe and sanitary. Palette is sanitized with Isopropyl Alcohol  in between clients.

Makeup Brush Cleaner  is used between every client, on every brush, every day. This is a medical-grade antiviral, antibacterial, antimicrobial sanitizer that dries and evaporates quickly, and leaves no residue in contact with the skin. Kills 99.99% of viruses and bacteria. This product has been used by Fine Makeup Art & Associates for 20 years. We get many compliments on our brushes smelling fresh and clean!

Makeup Brush Cleaner kills 99.99%

Disposables  We have a wide variety of disposable brushes, mascara wands, sponges and tools at our disposal. These are available for any client who would prefer us to use them.

EPA registered hospital grade disinfectants and sanitizers  on every job location. Wipe/spray all products and tools in between every client.

Venues may have new room occupancy guidelines. Please discuss makeup area/room arrangements with your event planner, hotel liaison, producer, or photographer, etc. prior to your event or photo/video shoot date.   

Each Hotel/venue or photo studio may have their own set of guidelines. These may include arrangements such as spacing of guests, number of guests in the makeup room at one time, staggering appointments so the room does not get too crowded, or doing makeup and hair in a separate room, and servicing a couple of people, or one at a time.

We ask that you be mindful or current guidelines, and not have too many people in the makeup area/room at one time and only the person sitting in the makeup chair should be in the makeup artists immediate workspace.