This chapter is a summary of the responsibilities of a makeup artist and the resources they need once on the set of a production. Film and TV crews often have lots of people and moving parts on them, but Sciortino equips makeup artists with the roles and job responsibilities of everyone likely to be in their department. She goes through the basics a makeup artist should carry in their makeup bag and how to organize and sanitize everything to maintain a professional workflow. The tools are only as good as the makeup artist using them, so this chapter outlines general set etiquette and tips for making sure your work is consistent. Checking for last looks, and using continuity practices like photographs and face charts to get it right – this is an MUAs guide to doing your job on set and doing it well.