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Local MUA app is available to download on all Apple and Android devices, the app currently covers all of the UK, Scotland and Wales.Academic
Finding a makeup artist who is available to do what you need and when you need can be a daunting task. The stress of calling salons and artists can be draining and time consuming, finding the perfect service and a makeup artist tailored to you may seem to be a formidable duty. However with the mobile app Local MUA you can easily locate, chat and book local makeup artists with just a few clicks.
Local MUA app is available to download on all Apple and Android devices, the app currently covers all of the UK, Scotland and Wales. When using the app it is as simple as just entering your postcode and hitting the search button, you will then see a list with all the makeup artists who are available in your local area.
The search is based on location to your postcode, with the closest makeup artist being at the top of the list. Once you've chosen an artist from the list you will land on their profile page, the make up artists profile shows a lot of different features including a gallery, available appointments and the option to book with the MUA. Local MUA uses a secure booking system and you will be sent a receipt with your appointment time and date.
As a makeup artist you can use Local MUA app to promote your skills to a wider audience. The app is free to download from apple and android stores. When on Local MUA you can create a free account and start uploading images of your work. It also allows you to show when you are online and offline and you will be contacted directly through the app by our customers.
To sign up to the app Local MUA visit the sign up page on our website.
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