Monday, June 2, 2014

MUA Associations & Unions





Professional Beauty Association
The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) advances the professional beauty industry by providing our members with education, charitable outreach, government advocacy, events and more. Probeauty is the largest organization of salon professionals with members representing salons/spas, distributors, manufacturers and beauty professionals/NCA.

Join Here: PBA



The International Alliance of Theatrical     Stage Employees (IATSE)
The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, Its Territories and Canada was founded in 1893 when representatives of stagehands working in eleven cities met in New York and pledged to support each others’ efforts to establish fair wages and working conditions for their members. Our union has evolved to embrace the development of new entertainment mediums, craft expansion, technological innovation and geographic growth.

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The Powder Group
The Powder Group brings artists together like never before while providing access to the most relevant makeup industry information, career guidance, promotional opportunities, and the biggest artists, brands and products in the makeup business. The Powder Group invites you become a part of the fastest growing artist community anywhere - and the new TPG Pro Membership program. Participation in the program affords you a wide variety of members only benefits to help to keep you inspired, informed and motivated - benefits that will grow you as an artist, strengthen your relationships and deepen your connection to the artist industry. We hope you'll join us and see what membership can mean to you and your career.

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International
International Make-Up Association
We provide an industry benchmark for make-up artists and those who want to employ make-up artists. To hold an IMA qualification, you must first have achieved a high level of skill in your field, thereby a potential employer or agent can be assured of your talent and credentials. 

Join Here: IMA