A professional makeup artist and beauty influencer with over 450,000 followers on social media, Arber Bytyqi (previously here, here, and here). But he didn’t become popular or successful suddenly. The two took a while to come together.
Since early childhood, Arber has known what he wanted to pursue, but his family has been against it. In a previous interview with Anomalous club, he said: “A male in the beauty profession is considered taboo in our culture. Thus, I first earned a master’s degree in economics before deciding to pursue my passion and begin my career as a makeup artist.
Years later, he continues to work with over a thousand brides year with the same fervor. Here are a few of Arber’s and his team’s most recent changes.
Arner once told us, “The first thing I ask when I meet my client is what kind of occasion are they getting their makeup done for. “I also inquire about my clients’ unique requests. For instance, if they desire a dramatic or natural look.
“I next ask them to demonstrate the dress they will be wearing. The style of the client’s desired look is made clear by the dress’ design and small touches. I examine their facial features after that.
In years when the virus isn’t wreaking havoc on the planet, Arber and his staff often serve more than a thousand brides. “Particularly the summer is a particularly hard time of year for wedding makeup. We may serve as many as 60 people every day at this time.”
Naturally, having such a large clientele demands a lot of assistance. The team of Arber has 25 members (15 makeup artists and 10 hair stylists).
Even so, he has trained more people. “Some of my pupils work full-time jobs, while others work part-time jobs.”
Arber has the resources necessary to serve up to 100 clients each day. We ensure that our timetable has no bearing whatsoever on the level of services provided to clients by beginning our workdays early in the morning. Naturally, the coronavirus has had an impact on these figures. “The wedding is one of the most important occasions in a person’s life in the Balkans. But many of them were delayed because of the pandemic, “Added Arber.