nothing makes me hate myself like school does.
Lou is apart of a lot of different businesses now but she started like everyone else assisting shoots for free, internships, ext. I think working for X-Factor is what people would say was her “big break.” I don’t know about her financial situation before she made it but it was probs pretty average. Don’t let people make decisions for you or make you feel like the what you want to be is stupid. Your parents just want you to have security and very honestly becoming big time make up artist is quite hard. Like a lot of jobs in that industry, it is hard to break into.
Think to yourself: do you want this job because of this work you are doing or because you want to be “famous” like Lou or other artists and travel. If you truly like this job then making it big would be a perk not a requirement. If you can’t see yourself just being a bridal make up artist or working on small shoots or tv then you should reconsider. If you really want to do this you need to not focus on making it big but strengthening your skills and networking. Going to LFC or other schools of that caliber are defiantly smart ideas.
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