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HotPatch catches up with Jodie Sheehan: How do you organise your freelance Make Up Artist kit?

HotPatch catches up with Jodie Sheehan: How do you organise your freelance Make Up Artist kit?

What a pain it is for a freelance make up artist when your kit is in disarray: carrying around more bags than you have arms and shoulders for, making several trips back and forth to the car, or leaving an essential item at home.

Fear not freelancers, HotPatch has sought the help of our talented and insightful friend @jodiesheehanmua, who has a few tips to help you declutter your MUA kit and make freelancing an absolute joy. Who doesn’t feel a whole lot better organised?

Make Up Artist Jodie Sheehan

I’ve recently reorganised my kit for when I freelance and I can now carry it all in one go without numerous trips back and forth to the car. Hopefully these tips can help other freelancers going through the same pain!

Main large clear bag

This bag holds all of the makeup in your kit. External pockets are handy for extra storage, and the clear plastic means that you don’t have to dig around for pencils and brushes.

Make Up Artist bag

Clear pencil cases

Yes, these are just pencil cases! 99p ones from home bargains to be exact! They’re so handy I have one for foundations, one for eye products, one for lipsticks and one for powders.

Pencil case
Brush bag

I used to carry my brushes in a regular wash bag and lay them all out on the surface I was working from when freelancing. However, this bag is game changing!

I’m sure all MUA’s will know how limited for space we can be, so anything to help with that is soo welcome. It’s basically a giant freestanding brush pot.
It also has a handy pocket which I keep my disposable applicators, hair clips and scissors in.

Brush bag
Any more essentials?

The best swap I made was from a ring light to a panel light! These are really compact and easy to carry. Then I have a mirror, hand gel, IPA and @isoclean_southwales. Last but not least…. Blitz Roll is a lifesaver! I’ve previously used it to protect surface tops from my products, general cleaning, along with isoclean to clean my brushes and to dry off bouquets before handing them out to bridesmaids… this stuff is essential!

What are your Freelance Make Up Artist Kit essentials?

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Happy “lockdown-iversary”, what’s next for workspace?

Happy “lockdown-iversary”, what’s next for workspace to rent?

Can you believe that it is a year since the UK was first placed under lockdown? How strange a world.

Our streets deserted, shops closed, the vibrant sound of birds chirping in the trees. Zoom became the platform for many of our interactions, we exercised at home, exhausted Netflix, and all the while lived in uncertainty and despair at the thought of the wellbeing of our friends, family, and jobs.

Our daily routines changed. The commute to work, making a brew for our colleagues, and grabbing a sandwich at lunch turned into an extra hour in bed, joining an online meeting in our pyjamas, and warming up last night’s leftovers to enjoy whilst watching mid-afternoon television.

Soon, we longed to return to normality: to walk around uninhibited, to see our loved ones, and to share workspace with our colleagues.

Building and sustaining relationships with family, friends, colleagues, and clients requires a physical environment. The emotional benefits of bonding, learning from one another, and collaborating is much easier harnessed in a shared workspace.

Remote working, or indeed in many cases, not being able to work, has had many adverse effects. Though we can replicate many of the office or other workspace rituals from our homes, we do suffer from a lack of face-to-face interactions. Motivation drops and so too the great sense of community that we feel in a workspace shared with others.

We may never return to ‘normality’. Our work practices may become split between home and the office, or the way in which we share workspace may be more measured than we remember. Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey has recently said that, “… for many people there will be more of a hybrid model of working from home and working in a place of work.”

Our workspaces will be designed to support flexibility and choice. Companies will arrange a broader ecosystem of work sites that may include regional offices, co-working spaces, and home to support increasing and ongoing mobility. The workspace will have new purpose: to be the site for community, culture and collaboration. Less time will be spent on focused tasks while on-site and more time dedicated to the three ‘Cs’ above. The physical appearance of workspaces will adjust to reflect this change.

Though much has changed in the last year, and many more changes are to be implemented as we work out the best way to work, the workspace will continue to be an important hub for many of us. We hope that with restrictions slowly being lifted, and as we reintegrate society, that we can continue to Make Space Work.

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Stand out from the Crowd: The Definitive Guide to Listing your Patch

Stand out from the Crowd: The Definitive Guide to Listing your Patch

Grab users attention with a few top tips on listing your space to rent with HotPatch.

Is your HotPatch listing getting the attention it deserves?

Patch Tips and Tricks

We have tried to make the process of listing a workspace with HotPatch as simple as possible, but here are a few tips to help you on your way to creating an appealing and successful Patch listing.

1. Name your Patch

Grab all the attention your Patch deserves. Just what is it about your workspace that Users will love so much? Perhaps it’s in a busy and popular part of town? Maybe it is impressively decorated? Or it could be a large and flexible space that caters for a range of activities? Whatever it is, be sure to mention it.

Name your Patch

Examples that we like are:

· Stylish and professional salon in the heart of Newcastle

· Hidden gem yoga studio in East London.

2. Describe your Patch

This is your chance to tell Users all the things about your Patch that they might not be able to find in your amenities list or photographs. A great description can help to build an impressive picture in the mind of a User and lead to more bookings.

Describe your Patch

Be honest and accurate and include any details that might be helpful to a User e.g. the Patch is at the top of a long staircase, the art studio is shared with two other artists, or the Patch is a two-minute walk from Old Street Station. Such details set Users’ expectations and ensures positive reviews.

Examples that we like are:

· A newly renovated fitness studio located on a busy high street that is easily accessible and includes all the space and equipment you need for your clients.

· An elegantly designed beauty salon and creative hub for beauty enthusiasts and industry freelancers. This Patch is on the second floor of a gorgeous Georgian townhouse that overlooks the Cathedral Gardens in Liverpool city centre.

3. Setting your availability

Setting your Patch Availability
Whether you are renting your workspace out on an hourly or daily basis, it is important that you block out the times and dates in your calendar for when your Patch is unavailable. Remember to also update your calendar so potential Users can see your Patch’s true availability.

4. Patch rules

Patch Rules

We have created a list of general rules that we think all Patch Hosts will hope Users adhere to. If there are any other rules that are specific to your workspace, then please include them, as this helps to set expectations and boundaries for Users.

5. How much does it cost?

The cost of your Patch is a major consideration for any potential User, and so it should also be a major consideration for you as the Host.

How much does your Patch Cost

Think about all that your workspace offers, including amenities and location, and then think of a price that offers good value for money.

Some questions that you might want to think about are:

· How much would I pay for my own Patch?

· What is the cost of other similar Patches?

· Would lower costs help to establish my workspace?

6. Take great snaps

High-quality photographs can make all the difference when it comes to Users booking your Patch. Alongside the name of your Patch, your main photo will be the first impression that a User has of your workspace, so make it a good ‘un.

Take Great Snaps

Below are a few tips we have put together to help you take some great snaps.

  • Take the time to spruce up your Patch and remove any clutter (overfilled bins, wires etc.) so that it is looking its best.
  • Try to take photos during the day and when natural lighting is brightest. This will help your Patch look warm and inviting. You can always turn on lamps to illuminate any dark corners.
  • Avoid using the flash on your camera or phone as it can make the photo look harsh.
  • To ensure that the shot is straight, you can use the grid feature on your camera or phone and line the grid up with a wall or piece of equipment.
  • Don’t be afraid to kneel or crouch to get a main piece of equipment or furniture into the photo. Just try to avoid standing on your tippy-toes and taking the picture above your head as this can distort the photo and give a strange, angled impression of your workspace.
  • Walk around your workspace and take pictures from different angles to show off all the best features of your Patch. Add a variety of pictures, perhaps from the entrance of the workspace, the kitchen area, waiting room, or outside area to build a guided tour of your Patch.
  • Ensure that your photos are at least 1024 x 683px, or as high-quality as your camera or phone will allow. Also, be sure to use your camera or phone in landscape.
  • Users will enjoy seeing the features, quirks, and personality of your Patch. Get up close to snap any details like artwork or an arrangement of flowers.
  • Finally, many cameras and phones will have inbuilt editing tools, so don’t despair if your photo doesn’t come out perfectly first-time round. Adjusting the brightness, contrast, and saturation can dramatically improve any image. Just remember not to overdo it as photos should look as natural as possible.

Here is a final checklist of things to do before publishing your listing.

Final Checklist

✓ Give your Patch the perfect name.

✓ Bring your workspace to life with a great description, but remember, be honest and accurate.

✓ Outline expectations and rules for Users.

✓ Set up your availability in your calendar.

✓ Choose the right price.

✓ Take great photos with natural light and take a good handful of them too.

Need help in finalising your Patch listing, or want to have a chat with us about your space?

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Budget 2021: What does it mean for me?

Budget 2021: What does it mean for me?

Today, the Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered his Budget statement. The Budget includes a three-part plan to protect the jobs and livelihoods of the British people affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Key points affecting personal care businesses include:

  • The furlough or ‘job retention’ scheme — which pays 80% of employees’ wages — will be extended until the end of September 2021. After July, businesses will be asked for a 10% contribution, rising to 20% in August and September.
  • Support for the self-employed will be extended to September.
  • As the economy reopens in the summer, the government will help people whose turnover has fallen by 30% or more the most.
  • The universal credit uplift of £20 a week will go on until September.
  • The National Living Wage will rise to £8.91 from April.
  • Businesses will be given incentive payments of £3,000 for new hires of any ages.
  • Corporation tax will increase to 25% in 2023. Only businesses with profits of £250,000 or greater will be taxed at the full 25% rate.
  • Small businesses with profits of £50,000 or less will be protected by a Small Profits Rate, maintained at the current rate of 19%.
  • Mentioning the personal care sector, the chancellor announces £5bn for new Restart Grants in April ‘to help businesses reopen and get going again’. Non-essential retail businesses in England will receive a one-off cash grant of up to £6,000 per premises. Hospitality and leisure businesses — including personal care and gyms — ‘will be more impacted by restrictions when they open’ so can receive grants of up to £18,000.

The Chancellor also said that the Government are introducing a new Recovery Loans Scheme as the Bounce Back Loan and Business Interruption Loan schemes are coming to an end.

Businesses of any size can apply for loans from £25,000 up to £10m, through to the end of this year. The government will continue to stand behind these Recovery Loans, providing lenders with an 80% guarantee.

For more info please see here: https://www.gov.uk/

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Roadmap released: Beauty businesses in England could be open by 12 April

Roadmap released: Beauty businesses in England could be open by 12 April

Today the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, will set out the government’s roadmap for cautiously easing lockdown restrictions in England. Beauty businesses are tentatively set to re-open by April 12.

The roadmap outlines four steps for easing restrictions. Before proceeding to the next step, the government will examine the data to assess the impact of previous easements. This assessment will be based on four tests which are that:

  • The vaccine deployment programme continues successfully.
  • Evidence shows vaccines are sufficiently effective in reducing hospitalisations and deaths in those vaccinated.
  • Infection rates do not risk a surge in hospitalisations which would put unsustainable pressure on the NHS.
  • Our assessment of the risks is not fundamentally changed by new Variants of Concern.

The four tests are currently being met so the first step will proceed from 8 March, at which point the top four priority cohorts for vaccinations will have received a degree of immunity, three weeks after being offered their first dose.

Dates outlined for each stage are as follows:

  • 8 March — public and children from all schools can safely return to face-to-face teaching. Families and childcare bubbles encouraged to be tested regularly, outdoor socialising with one person also permitted
  • 29 March — up to a maximum of six people or two households can meet outside. Outdoor sports facilities can reopen

12 April — Shops, hairdressers, beauty and nail salons, gyms and outdoor hospitality can reopen.

  • 17 May — ‘rule of six’ abolished outdoors and replaced by maximum gatherings of 30 people. Two households can meet indoors, and cinemas, performances and sporting events can restart — including up to 10,000 fans in largest stadiums
  • 21 June — all measures potentially end with nightclubs reopened and live events to resume.

For more info please see here: https://www.gov.uk/

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Katch-up with Katie

Katch-up with Katie

HotPatch caught up with the wonderfully talented Katie from @kontouredbykatie, a freelance beauty professional based in Bridgend, Wales.

We collaborated with Katie back in June 2020, with @kontouredbykatie producing some amazing HotPatch nail sets. We thought we would have a chat with her and learn more about her journey into the beauty industry, building her business, coping through lockdown, and plans for the future.

How long have you been working as a professional in the beauty industry?

I have been in the beauty industry for 6 years now. It has been such an amazing journey and I’m so proud of how far I have come.

Can you describe your journey to becoming a freelance professional?

The opportunity for me to start my own business started just 2 years ago when I saw an ad in my area for a freelance makeup artist. I had always wanted to be my own boss and be creative in my own ways. I had previously worked in a salon, but I knew I was ready to take the next step.

With 6 years of experience behind me, I felt it was the right time to put all my hard work into the future I had dreamed of, and I couldn’t be happier where I am! I rent a space in a salon that is literally 5 minutes away from my home, so even more of a bonus! My business has grown strength to strength since I started in 2019.

How did you initially discover HotPatch?

I first noticed HotPatch on Instagram (@hotpatch_), and we got chatting, discussing their fantastic Patches, services, and ideas. I ended up helping out with a marketing idea of a set of custom HotPatch nails! I made 3 custom sets and sent them over. They have always been so supportive and helpful with any questions I had and always hyping up my business page with the best support!

Where do you work from? What do you look for when looking for a space to work from?

I currently rent a space in a salon in my hometown. I have my own beauty room / makeup station / nail desk. The owner went above and beyond to help me start my business. The business grew so much that it expanded next door to accommodate all the clients and therapists needs! It’s such an amazing place to be. The salon was just what I was looking for and the owner was the best support system in helping me get on my feet. We really are the best of friends now and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

When I was looking for a space to rent, I knew that I wanted somewhere close to home, friendly, had the space I needed, somewhere I knew my clients would love to visit, and that it was a safe space for my clients as they are my family.

What has lockdown meant for you and your business? Do you have any advice for coping with the lockdowns for other freelance professionals in a similar situation?

Lockdown has been extremely tough for me along with many others. I will always remember my last working day in March 2020, packing my belongings up and making a joke to the owner, “I’ll see you in 2 weeks!” Little did I know we wouldn’t see each other until July! I had worked since the age of 15 and had never been off work. I didn’t know what to do!

I took my time to plan how I could improve my business, researched further training, and the very boring part of sorting my books out. I then decided to take the plunge into offering press on nails to try and make some extra money to help with bills and to help my clients have fantastic nails in the comfort and safety of their own home. It was a hit and I loved being creative again!

My advice would be to always try and remain positive and think of ways to keep your page active and keep in touch with your clients! I found they loved seeing what I’d be getting up to, whether it be me upcycling furniture or that time I learned to bake… it really wasn’t for me! But most importantly, remember, we’re all in this together!

You deliver a vast and impressive range of health and beauty treatments, from brow lamination to reflexology and all in between. What do you most enjoy practising?

I get this a lot when people look through my treatment list. I enjoy adding new, exciting treatments for my clients and to make sure I am constantly learning!

My aim is to make people feel good about themselves, whether that be having some date night nails or a treatment of reflexology and unwinding. If I had to choose my favourite treatment it would probably be either nails or brows, but I have to be honest, I love it all and it is hard to decide. There isn’t any treatment I dislike. As long as the client walks out with a spectacular treatment /service and is feeling good about themselves, I know I’ve done my job!

What’s next for you?

I have big plans for @kontouredbykatie, including goals for this year and a ten-year goal. I will be adding lots of new, exciting treatments to my list and expanding my business and growing my social media following! A long-term goal is that I’d love to bring out my own product one day! So, here’s to the future!

Want to chat to us about what you have been up to during Lockdown or see more of Katie’s awesome work?

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Wellness

Looking After Your Mental Health During Lockdown

Looking After Your Mental Health During Lockdown

There are many things we can do to support and manage our mental health and wellbeing during these uncertain times.

Here are some tips the team at HotPatch hopes will help you, your family and your friends as we all spend more time at home and away from our regular work and social activities.

See Things Differently

This is a different period in your life, but not necessarily a bad one. The rhythm to your life may have changed but see it as an opportunity to create daily routines that prioritise looking after yourself.

You may have more time to dedicate to hobbies, to exercise, to cooking, to relaxing, and to catching up with family and friends. They are unusual times we live in but try to seek out the opportunities you are presented with.

Manage How You Follow the Pandemic in the Media

It is important to avoid speculation and to find reputable news sources on the virus. Trustworthy information can help you feel more in control and lessen anxiety levels.

News coverage is 24/7. If you find that the extensive news broadcasts are causing you stress it is important to address this and find a balance. Don’t completely avoid the news, just keep abreast so that you are informed and educated.

Make a Personal Financial Plan

Trying to stay in a stable financial position is incredibly important to our mental health and wellbeing.

Plan your finances and ensure that you are receiving any benefits you are entitled to. You can do this here.

A budget tool (like this one) could also be useful. Remember that you may be saving money by not spending out on things like transport and socialising.

Stay Connected

At times of stress, we work better in company and with support. Try and keep in touch with your friends and family by telephone, email, social media, or contact a helpline (such as this one) for emotional support.

Regularly assess your social media activity. Although social media is a great way to stay connected, it can also become a source of worry and anxiety. Consider muting or unfollowing accounts or hashtags that cause you to feel anxious.

Anticipate Distress

It is natural to feel vulnerable and overwhelmed in this period, especially if you have experienced trauma or a mental health problem in the past, if you are shielding, or are more at risk to the effects of the coronavirus.

It is important to acknowledge these feelings and remind each other to look after our physical and mental health. Reassure those around you and check in on your nearest and dearest, as well as those who are most vulnerable.

Keep well and keep safe.

The HotPatch team.

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HotPatch Guide to Business Support During Lockdown

HotPatch Guide to Business Support During Lockdown

Lockdown is a real challenge to any business. A range of schemes have been introduced by the government to support and protect jobs and businesses from collapse. HotPatch has taken a look the schemes available to businesses unable to operate fully due to this lockdown.

The Bounce Back Loan

The scheme helps small and medium-sized businesses to borrow between £2,000 and £50,000, and up to 25% of their turnover. The government also guarantees 100% of the loan with no fees or interest to pay for the first 12 months. After 12 months the interest rate will be 2.5% a year.

Businesses that have already accessed the Bounce Back Loan, but have not borrowed their maximum amount, can now apply to top-up their existing loan, but can only do so once.

At present, the deadline for applying for a new BBL is the end of March 2021.

Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS)

This scheme provides equivalent support to the self-employed as is provided to employees through the government contribution in the CJRS Furlough Scheme. Currently, the SEISS has been increased to meet 80% of trading profits covering November 2020 to January 2021 and from February 2021 to April 2021 for all parts of the UK.

The grant is calculated based on 80% of 3 months’ average trading profits, paid out in a single instalment and capped at £7,500. The details of the grant for the February to April period is yet to be announced.

All up to date information, including eligibility criteria and the window to claim, as well as being able to make your application, can be found on the gov.uk website.

The Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS)

This scheme was created to help small and medium-sized businesses to access loans and other kinds of finance, up to £5 million.

The government guarantees 80% of the finance to the lender and pays interest and any fees for the first 12 months.

National Lockdown Business Support Grant

You may be eligible for a monthly grant up to £3,000 if your business was forced to close.

There are also additional grants for nightclubs, dance halls, and other entertainment venues up to £1,500 for each 14-day period the business is closed.

If we move back into a tier system soon, there is also a local lockdown business support grant.

Business Rates Relief

If your business is in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors in England, you won’t have to pay business rates for the 2020–2021 tax year. This applies to:

Shops

Restaurants, cafés, bars, pubs

Cinemas, live music venues

Assembly or leisure properties, like sports clubs, gyms, spas

Hospitality properties, like hotels, guest houses, self-catering accommodation

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS)

This well known, and well-utilised scheme provides 80% of employees’ monthly salary covered for hours not worked, up to a maximum of £2,500.

Employers will have the flexibility to use the scheme for employees for any amount of time or shift pattern, furloughing employees on either a full-time or part-time basis. And employers only have to cover National Insurance and employer pension contributions.

The CJRS was originally due to close on 31st October 2020 but has now been extended until 30th April 2021.

Refund of Statutory Sick Pay

SMEs with fewer than 250 employees as of 28 February 2020 will get a full refund from the government on 14 days of statutory sick pay per employee off sick with Covid-19. Any sickness you claim for needs to have started on or after 13 March 2020.

The Next Steps for Your Business

It is worth noting that the information provided is for businesses in England. Different support is available for businesses in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

We will be providing more helpful information in the coming weeks, including how to engage with customers and top tips for working from home.

Keep up to date with the latest financial support that the government is offering to support your businesses through this Covid-19 lockdown. The gov.uk resources are the best place to look.

Keep safe. HotPatch.

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A HotPatch selection of Coworking Space In London

A HotPatch selection of Coworking Space to rent in London

Whether you’re a start-upper, digital nomad, freelancer, consultant, out-of-towner, or flexi-time worker — there’s an abundance of welcoming coworking space to work in across the city.

We have compiled a list of spaces available to rent in London that tick all the essential remote working boxes — location, amenities, and appearance.

No descriptions, just pics and links to help guide you there quickly. Enjoy and happy coworking.coworking spaces
A community driven space to rent in the heart of London Fields.

Coworking space, event space, and coffee shop in the heart of Shoreditch.

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6 Nail Stations to rent in London

A selection of 6 Nail Stations for a freelancer to rent in London

If you’re self-employed nail technician and looking for your next nail station in London to work from, then look no further! We have compiled a selection of 6 beauty salons in London that have awesome nail stations to rent. Simply click the link to learn more about the nail stations available and and rent your perfect workspace with HotPatch.

Here we go!

Who doesn’t want to work in a modern boutique nail bar in Victoria, right the heart of London? With its distinctive decor​, eclectic music​,​ and chilled atmosphere, it’s a great place for customers to relax and for nail artists to work from.

Nail Bar in Victoria

How about this immaculate, welcoming salon found minutes away from West Finchley station in North London? Providing a perfect environment for self-employed nail artists to be creative and customers to enjoy the atmosphere in those special chairs, complete with a back massage.

Nail Space in Finchley

I can hear you say ohh wow! This luxurious salon is in an exciting part of London. Beautifully decorated, it will be a great environment for customers and nail technicians alike.

Nail Station in St. Johns Wood

How about this one? Located only a five-minute walk from Chancery Lane underground station, is a highly professional, modern, and friendly salon that has it all. They have built a great portfolio of customers with their reputation of services with expert treatments in a calm and comfortable environment. It will be great for freelance nail technicians to build a portfolio in London.

Nail Station in Chancery Lane

Take a look at this warm and attractive nail salon in the heart of West London! Impressive, right? Perfect workspace for a self-employed nail technician to work from.

Nail Station in Hammersmith

Perhaps this refreshing nail station to rent in Central London is exactly what you are looking for? A friendly and professional atmosphere in a salon providing a great experience for nail artists and clientele.

Nail Station in Southwark

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