By the Indepenent Team
The 28-year-old Noel Asiima had always yearned to turn every woman into a princess using a professional touch. This forced her into studying Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology. Upon completion of her diploma course, Asiima raised capital to a tune of Shs 5 million through savings and family support to start her makeup studio and spa in Kampala. That was three years ago. The rest, as they say, is history. As a makeup artist and beautician, she helps clients look their best for work, weddings or other special events. “It also involves giving beauty makeovers to people who want to update their everyday images, or helping people especially women who are disfigured by accidents or illness to look, feel and look good again,” says Asiima.
Success tips; mind client satisfaction and quality of products.
The makeup and beautician business falls under the service industry category, which according to Asiima, is ideally driven by client satisfaction as the major key to success. “There is a lot of sacrifice involved in the business for the sake of the client’s satisfaction. You must therefore provide excellent service at a reasonable price with great attention to products details and make,” explains Asiima. She recommends using professional grade makeup products noting that using exclusive products makes your work more desirable to clients.