Use before/after shots
An oldie, but a goodie! Using before and after shots of your work shows exactly what you’ve worked with. It tells your employer that you created something out of nothing, and that you worked with your client’s face to develop a gorgeous look.
Never underestimate the power of before and after shots!
Show off your experience
Yes, a resume is meant to show your experience, but you also need to amplify what you’ve learned. Telling an employer that you worked on a film set does exactly that – it just shows where you’ve worked. What your resume needs to do is show what you did while you were there, what you learned, and how you improved.