Paid to Help People Look Fabulous
having an exciting high-paying job showing people and companies
how to make a fabulous impression. Welcome to the world of image consulting!
is the way other people see us. It influences whether people will agree
to our requests, hire us, and pay us the salary we want.
consulting is a booming industry thanks in part to the popularity of television
shows such as What Not to Wear, Extreme Makeover, and Queer
Eye for the Straight Guy.
an image consultant, you can give people advice that will help them achieve
what they want - whether it is to get a new job, to make a good impression,
or simply to feel good about themselves. To help people look better,
you might choose to offer services such as:
Analysis or Makeover Consulting (giving someone feedback on
the overall image they are projecting and helping them develop a new image)
Styling or Wardrobe Consulting (reviewing someone's current
wardrobe to determine what should be discarded or purchased, coordinating
outfits, and closet organizing)
image is more than physical appearance. In addition to how someone looks,
people also form impressions based on how that person talks and
Therefore, as an image consultant, you might also consult with clients
Analysis (you can also consult on other specific aspects of physical
appearance such as: Colors, Skin Care, Hairstyle, etc.)
Communications (such as voice, grammar, and vocabulary)
communications (such as handshakes, posture, and eye contact)
addition to consulting with clients yourself, you can develop a network
of strategic partners to refer clients to, such as hair stylists,
makeup artists, dieticians, dentists, personal trainers, plastic surgeons,
and voice coaches.
etiquette, social graces, dining)
an image consultant you may decide to assist anyone who wants image consulting
services, or choose to specialize in working with particular types
of clients, such as:
many individuals hire image consultants, you may also be hired by corporate
clients. For example, a company might hire you to help a new supervisor
communicate effectively with employees, or to coach
a senior executive to make a good impression during television interviews.
who want a new look
and their clients
of recently promoted executives
seeking a partner
consultants are also paid up to thousands of dollars a day to present
training programs (seminars or workshops) on topics related to image. Companies
may hire you to present seminars on topics such as: dressing professionally
(including dos and don'ts for casual Fridays), communication skills for new supervisors, and other
long as you have the desire, you can become an image consultant.
No special education or experience is necessary to break into this career
you would like to be paid to provide image consulting services, the FabJob
Guide to Become an Image Consultant is
for you! In this e-book you will discover how you can get started
and succeed in this rewarding career.
guide's contributors include beauty, fashion, and business editors for
some of the top magazines in North America. To give you insider advice
how to get started as an image consultant, the authors of this FabJob guide
interviewed more than 30 successful image consultants and other experts
such as Michael Thurmond of ABC TV's Extreme Makeover.
guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to become
an image consultant, including:
Your Own Image Consulting Business
to do Image Consulting or Makeover Consulting, including:
to bring to a consultation with a new client
someone's personal style
sample checklist to evaluate a client's appearance and behaviors
your client's season
the right makeup for a client
to advise clients on hair style and color
advice on grooming
helpful samples (e.g. questionnaire for new clients, action plan,
to do Wardrobe Consulting, including:
this guide focuses on improving how clients look with makeover and
wardrobe consultations, it also gives an introduction to other types of
for women and men
guide to closet organizing
what to keep, fix, and get rid of
to put together outfits
of clothing colors
to Communications and Etiquette Consulting, including:
clients about their vocal and verbal communications, including
voice, vocabulary, and pronunciation
about non-verbal communications such as body language, posture,
and eye contact
clients improve conversation skills (includes icebreakers and topics
clients feedback about their habits
on business communications and etiquette:
dos and don'ts
to do Corporate Image Consulting, including:
a company's brands and corporate culture
to do a "needs analysis"
a corporate dress code
to present training programs
for coaching company representatives for media interviews
you will discover:
to start a part-time or full-time image consulting business with little
or no money
to the information you need about the "business" side of things
(business plans, legal structure, etc.)
choosing a business name
set up your office
to companies that supply products you can use for image consultations
your image consulting services
referrals from other businesses
to select strategic partners (e.g. hair stylists, makeup artists,
dermatologists, dentists, cosmetic surgeons, personal trainers, voice coaches,
samples (including sample contracts, sample invoice and more)
to develop the skills you will need as an image consultant and get
image consulting experience
about educational programs in image consulting
to be certified as a professional image consultant
opportunities in the image industry with:
salons and spas
agencies and public relations firms
offices (e.g. plastic surgeons)
of what you need to launch your image consulting career, including:
questionnaire for new clients
personal style questionnaire
client grooming questionnaire
action plan for image consulting
letters to prospective clients
resume and cover letter
30 second introduction
agreement with strategic partners
more! (including free updates)
information in this guide can save you many hours of research, help you
avoid some common mistakes, and give you information you need to become
an image consultant.
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Did you know?
A variety of different terms
are used to describe image, image consultants, or image consulting.
For example, you may hear
image referred to as appearance, personal brand, or personal
presentation. Or you may hear image consulting activities referred
Instead of calling yourself
an image consultant, you could call yourself a fashion stylist, makeover
consultant, wardrobe consultant, etc.
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