Makeup Artist Invoice Template

Makeup Artist Invoice Template is for any individual providing their services as a cosmetologist which involves providing powders, clays, oils, and other lotions to the face or hair. Typically, a makeup artist has a license from the State board of cosmetology giving them a license to practice on individual’s faces. Most artists provide their work before a special event, such as a wedding or engagement, television appearance, films, or another setting where a professional look is recommended.

How much do makeup artists charge?

  • Event hair and makeup: $75 – $125 per person (source: Thumbtack). Glitter, false eyelashes and touch-ups are examples of services that can increase the total value.
  • Wedding hair and makeup: $150 – $600 depending on your location and the complexity of the hair style and makeup you want. The average cost is around $300 (source: WeddingWire).

Your invoice has been sent successfully! We also sent a confirmation to your email address.


Bill To
Line Item

Verify a Cosmetologist

Use the links below to look up a makeup artist and verify their license is valid in the State.

  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

How to Write in PDF and Word

Download: Adobe PDF & Microsoft Word (.docx)

1 – Obtain The Makeup Artist Invoice As A PDF Or Word File

The Makeup Artist paperwork required to bill Clients is attainable by utilizing either the “Adobe PDF” or “Microsoft Word (.docx)” links above or the similarly labeled buttons captioning the image.


2 – Document The Makeup Artist’s Contact Information

The Makeup Artist’s legal operating name or “Company Name’ is the first piece of information this document must display. Report it accordingly in the first field on this page. The next part of this invoice section will gives the opportunity to identify yourself with a few items of contact. Such items are traditionally included as a convenience to the Client. Thus, use the four blank lines designated as “Name,” “Street Address,” “City, State, Country,” and “Zip Code” as a place for your mailing address. The “Phone” number used for your Makeup Business should be recorded on the appropriately designated blank line. The “E-Mail” address you use for your makeup business can be recorded as well.


3 – Officially Invoice Your Makeup Client

The shaded area below the header, will accept the “Invoice #” you have determined should be used to refer to this paperwork in the future. Furnish this unique number on the blank space provided. The Makeup Invoice “Date” will have its own space on the right of this page. Many would consider directly addressing the Makeup Client in a manner that will obligate him or her as the Payer. This will be taken care of by the words “Bill To” and the blank lines below it. You will use these labeled lines as a way to fully document the identity and mailing address of the Makeup Client. The invoice section reserved to define the makeup job that must be paid for is the next item we will attend to. This is a basic two-column table so a concise presentation of this bill will occur. Satisfy the first column of this table with a “Description” of the makeup job by either date, name, or project number.
The “Amount” of money that you priced the makeup job at should now be entered in the second column. The sentence after the makeup invoice table is useful if you wish to give the Client a limited number of days to pay this bill. This sentence will only apply if you enter the determined number of days on the blank line attached to “Payment Is Due Within #…”

The blank lines presented with the words “Comments Or Special Instructions” have been placed here so you can place any additional and relevant content can be delivered. 


How to Write in Excel

Download: Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)

1 – The Makeup Artist Invoice Previewed Above As An Excel File

The document previewed above can be downloaded using the “Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)” link above or the “MS Excel” button paired with the image on this page.


2 – Document The Makeup Artist’s Information With That Of The Client’s

The Makeup Artist Business must be well-defined at the start of this document. To this end, use cell A1 as a place to display the Makeup Artist’s logo.

Additionally, his or her business name should be submitted as well Use cell A2 to display it with the Makeup Artist’s logo. The mailing address used for the Makeup Artist’s Business must now be furnished to the next three cells of the first column. This sheet will require you enter the Makeup Artist’s mailing address line by line beginning with his or her “Name,” then continuing with the Makeup Artist’s “Street Address,” the appropriate “City, State, Country,” and matching “Zip Code” In all likelihood the Client will already have the Makeup Artist’s “E-Mail” and business line, however, as a courtesy, furnish his or her “E-Mail” and “Phone” number to the cells A7 and A8. Now, use the cells under “Bill To” to fully document the “Name” (A11) of the Makeup Client and the billing address (cells A12, A13, A14) this entity submitted to your company earlier.


3 – The Makeup Artist Invoice Number And Job Information Is Required

The number you have determined as a definition to this document is often referred to as an invoice number and cell F4 is reserved for this information. Produce the Makeup Artist’s invoice number for this job in this cell. The default invoice “Date” has been set as the calendar day you are viewing this sheet. You may leave it so or you may enter a more appropriate “Date” to cell H4.  A brief two-column table will serve as a summarization area for the Makeup Artist’s charges. Begin with the first column. Here, in cell A17, give some detail that will describe the makeup job being billed. This is the reference information the Client will use to recall the work provided so whether you define it by date or name, make certain this job “Description” will be commonly understood.  The “Amount” column is reserved for the cost of the makeup job. Produce it accordingly. 


4 – Complete The Final Areas On This Spreadsheet If You Wish To Include Additional Statements

Cell A18 can be applied to this document as a deadline for payment once you enter the number of days such a deadline consists of in place of the bracketed pound sign. Additional information can be provided at-will in cell A19