For holiday orders and gift items needed by Friday, December 22, please place your order on or before the dates and times listed below.
We recommend placing your order sooner than later due to uncontrollable circumstances with our shipping partners (such as weather delays or seasonal overload). Orders placed after these deadlines may or may not arrive on or before December 22.
|US||Tuesday, December 19th by noon PST*|
|Outside the US||Thursday, December 14th by noon PST**|
*If your order includes a hazmat item, the order must be shipped via Standard Shipping. Please allow additional time for delivery.
**This only applies to areas not part of FedEx's international out of delivery areas, which are detailed here. Delivery to these areas will not arrive by December 22.
|US||Thursday, December 14th by noon PST|
|Outside the US||Not available, please choose Expedited Shipping|
Please contact Customer Service if you have any questions regarding order delivery timeframes.
Airlines misplace luggage and cars have been broken into, but what if the lost or stolen item ends up being your pricey makeup kit? A makeup artist’s tools—sometimes worth thousands—are their entire livelihood housed in one container. But it could be destroyed by a fire, swept away in a flood, or stolen in a flash. Your stash is not as safe as you think. How do you recover from such a disastrous situation, or, better yet, prevent it from happening in the first place? We’re happy (and a little relieved) to report that makeup artists can take advantage of insurance, and it all starts by contacting your provider.
If you have homeowner’s or renter’s insurance, you may be able to add an extension to your policy that covers your makeup kit—even when traveling on site. Otherwise, you might need to purchase additional business liability insurance. Depending on the country, state, and company you are working with, most employers may insure a makeup kit if it is worth, on average, between $1500 and $2500.
Not sure how much your entire makeup collection is worth? Monetizing your tools for insurance purposes might be difficult after years of kit-building, so we recommend itemizing all of your goods as soon as you purchase them. Take photos, keep receipts in a file for easy reference, and track everything in a spreadsheet—that way it will be much easier to replace anything on the road to your next makeup gig. If you have an expensive, heavy-duty set and need some peace of mind, start researching and call a trusted insurance agency for the best local estimate.