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Airbrush Temporary Tattoos

Michelle Marriott

Publisher: Michelle Marriott

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Get access to video training, for airbrush artists who are wanting to start up an airbrush tattoo business. Make an income on part-time hours as an Airbrush Tattoo Artist -> https://tattooedsisteronlinecourses.com (just copy and paste into your browser)  
Airbrush Tattoos are the Fun & Colourful Alternative to Face Painting. 
Airbrush Temporary Tattoos are definitely a unique industry. We are the best kind of different. We entertain, we create, and our amazing artwork is worn with pride by our clients. 
If you have been looking for a way to earn extra money part-time that can earn you a full-time income, or if you are looking for something different in the unique world of the children’s entertainment industry, you’ve come to the right place. There has never been a better time to become an airbrush tattoo artist.  
If you are thinking about starting up an airbrush tattoo business, or if you have started an airbrush tattoo business and found it hard to get work because you didn’t know how, then this little gem of a book is perfect for you! 
Hi, my name is Michelle Marriott. I am an airbrush tattoo artist, and I have been running a successful airbrush tattoo business called Tattooed Sister for almost ten years. Now I said successful, but that was not the case in the beginning. Actually, in the beginning, everything we did was trial and error to say the least. It can take time to find out who your ideal customer is and what type of events suit your type of business. It has also taken time to educate people, who only knew of face painting, that airbrush tattoos are lots of colourful fun too. 
In this book you will discover the airbrush tattoo artists guide to success. I have done all the work for you. It has taken almost a decade to learn what I am sharing with you in this book.  
The Airbrush Tattoo Artists guide to success: 
- Getting the right stuff, all of the equipment needs 
- How do you make money from selling airbrush tattoos? 
- How do you look for events? 
- How to get event organizers to say yes to you? 
- What do you charge per hour? 
- Is cheap the best option? 
- Social media 
- 15 reasons to become an airbrush tattoo artist 
- Frequently asked questions 
- Airbrush temporary tattoo myths 
- Face painting vs airbrush Tattoos 
- Airbrush artist education 
Download the ebook to find out how -you can be a success airbrush tattoo artist too.- as well as the ebook edition, you will also get: 
- access to my course 'Creative Way to Make Money'  
Here's to your success, happy airbrushing!

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