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Two Days of Head Shots: Getting Ready for Your Close-up
Members only event

Today's business professionals need that wonderful head shot for a variety of reasons—from speaking engagement opportunities, business resumes and bios, Linked-in, your personal website, business cards and so much more.

Head shot Day was designed with NYWIFT members in mind.  Whether you're presenting your head shot as a panelist or for an interview, an article or a publication, you need a great one to project a polished, professional image. Unfortunately, the process of hiring a photographer, make-up artist and hair stylist can be a bit daunting. 

That's why NYWIFT and MAC Cosmetics have teamed up for this very special two day session where the photographers and stylists will work with MAC senior artists to help members to create their best possible heads hot.

This event is for NYWIFT members only and pre-registration is a MUST.

Each attendee's session will consist of:
  •   A make-up session with a MAC Pro artist;
  •   A headshot sent electronically;
  •   A one-year membership/renewal in the MAC professional industry discount program and a $25   MAC Cosmetic gift card.

Here's how it works:  Choose your date and register at the corresponding link below.  Once you receive your confirmation receipt, email programs@nywift.org with two preferred one hour time slots between the hours of 10am and 4pm.  Your confirmed time slot will be sent to you by the following day. 

Dates: June 13th and 14th
Time slots: 10:00am—4:00 pm (1 hour slots are available)
Location:  MAC Pro Showroom, 7 West 22nd Street, 2nd Floor
Fee:  $80.00 - Members (Includes a one year enrollment/renewal in the MAC professional industry discount program and a $25 MAC Cosmetics gift card.)

Limited to 12 people per day.  Pre-registration is required and time slots will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis.  All membership levels must pay the $80 fee.

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NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the
City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of
Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.