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What are some safety tips for clients when booking through Glowify?

Here are some tips to help you book with confidence.

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Search and book with confidence

Get exactly what you’re looking for by taking advantage of our many search filters, like price, occasion and specialties. Found a listing you like? Be sure to read the beauty pro’s profile and listing description thoroughly – paying special attention to the specialties, artist rules and the cancellation policy.

Read the ratings and reviews

Look through feedback from past clients to help find the right fit for you. Clients can only leave a review after they’ve completed a booking with that specific beauty pro, so you know the feedback you’re reading is based on someone having booked with them.

Get your questions answered

Our secure messaging tool is a safe and easy way for you to ask a potential beauty pro any questions you have before you book. After booking, you can also message your beauty pro to coordinate travel arrangements, ask additional questions and keep in touch leading upto and throughout your event.

Always communicate and pay on Glowify

Keep yourself, your payment and your personal information protected by staying on our secure platform throughout the entire process – from communication, to booking and payment. You should never be asked to transfer money, provide credit card information, or otherwise pay a beauty pro directly. If you are, please report it to us immediately.

Do a safety check

Once you’ve arrived at your event venue or your beauty pros location, make sure you know where all relevant emergency equipment and safety information is located. If you’re not sure where something like the first aid kit or fire extinguisher is, don’t hesitate to ask the relevant person in charge (this could be your beauty pro). It’s always better to be prepared.

Research local travel alerts and warnings

Whether you’re travelling to an event venue for a Glowify booking or not, it’s always a good idea to research your destination ahead of time, and check with your local authority in case there are any travel warnings or special requirements.

Remember: In an emergency situation, or if your personal safety is threatened, contact local police or emergency services immediately by dialling 999.