Makeup Brushes

COVID safety

Karen is licensed under the Ohio Cosmetology and Barber board; she guarantees the highest standards of sanitation.
To guests:
Each person is to be fever free and well for the last seventy two hours prior to their appointment.

Makeup lessons will require proof of identification and full vaccination card. This is due to the length of visit and close proximity. 

If un vaccinated please wear a mask on entry until instructed to remove it. 

A napkin will be provided in case of any unexpected cough or sneezing while unmasked. Any repetitive coughing and or sneezing will end the session immediately and unfortunately there will be no refund.

Each guest will be asked to fill out an online beauty questionnaire prior to their visit.


Safety measures for the guest:  

Karen has been fully vaccinated as of early May. 

Artists will wear a mask or possibly a shield at times.  If you prefer she wears a mask the whole visit please mention this and one will be worn. 

Brushes will be cleaned in a three part sequence to ensure proper sanitation and no brushes will be quickly cleaned. 

Disposable applicators will be used for mascara and lip products.  

Brushes and disposable applicators will be used for applying foundation or creams. 

Hair combs are always sanitized with commercial Barberside as a rule of the cosmetology board.  


All surfaces will be disinfected prior and after services.  
Credit payments will be due the morning of your appointment and can be paid by an electronic invoice through email. Cash can be accepted if no change is due. 

Thank you for your understanding during this time. 

           On location safety 

Anyone unvaccinated will be asked to be masked until instructed to remove their mask. 

Absolutely no cell phone use during applications to ensure that the process moves along. 

No eating is allowed due to sanitation at this time. 

Eye contacts are to be inserted prior. 
An application room must not be overly crowded with attendants. Example: One standard hotel room with six people in it. If this is the case another staging area must be located. 

The ideal setting for the day is the artist away from the entire group.