Types of Makeup Artist Insurance
Public Liability Insurance
This insurance covers your client in the event an injury occurs within the client’s home, your home or third-party premises. It also covers a client’s property if an item becomes damaged during a visit.
Whether you own a salon, operate from your home or travel around as a makeup artist, public liability insurance can be essential in protecting you if something goes wrong and a member of the public or a customer claims against you for personal injury or property damage.
Employers Liability Insurance
If you employ people in your make-up artist business, this insurance cover is a legal requirement. It can help to cover legal fees and compensation if an employee is injured or falls ill at work and makes a claim against you.
Includes full insurance to the level of £6 Million for manicure, pedicure, nail extensions, nail art, semi permanent eyelashes, day makeup, evening makeup, media makeup, fashion makeup and the application of tanning products only.
From £55.95 per year
As standard, the freelance make-up artist insurance we offer includes public liability, products liability, treatment risk liability, and financial loss. Public liability protects you in the event your client sustains injuries or damage to themselves or their property as a direct result of you and your treatment. Treatment risk liability keeps you covered in case your work goes wrong and leaves a client injured. Product liability insurance is crucial to protect you in the event your client suffers an allergic reaction to your products. It’s also possible to add optional covers for extra protection, including employer’s liability, if you need it.
From £45.32 per year
If any insirance companies would like to submit their insurance offers to allow us to share them with our students and graduates please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to add to our list.