Get To Know Me

Get To Know Me:

I am the one who believes that beauty captures attention but personality captures heart.

Appearance is a vital factor in a person’s life. On a daily basis people perform the same routine to make their appearance more attractive. After waking up they brush their teeth, wash their face, style their hair, apply their makeup and the list goes on. Because of people’s superficial values of wanting to look better to the public, applying makeup seems to be the most important factor. It’s almost as if makeup becomes a part of them. It is a mask that is applied to enhance their true identity.

Every makeup has its own virtues, and its own sins. Ultimately, your personal preferences will be the biggest factor in choosing what you wear on what occasions. However, if you take nothing else from this, understand: The best kind of makeup you can wear is the makeup that is customized to fit YOU. Don’t buy into the propaganda about how this versus that is oh so much better. In reality, that foundation may be great for their skin, but your skin has different properties, different assets, and different problems of its own. A great makeup artist won’t have a set way of doing makeup; she’ll have a variety of styles to choose from so she can create the best look for you and your event.

It was the Roman Dramatist Plautus who wrote, “A woman without makeup is like food without salt and spices”. You do not need make-up to be beautiful. However, makeup helps those of us who wish our cheekbones were higher, our skin more evenly toned, or our jaws more prominent. Makeup is also a way to celebrate features we love and want to draw attention. From an unusual shade of eyeliner and long, flirty eyelashes, to a brighter lipstick and a bit of sparkle across the cheekbones – make up is the grown-up equivalent of dressing-up.

What is Beauty? Collins English Dictionary says beauty is the combination of all the qualities of a person or thing that delight the senses and please the mind – a definition that portrays beauty as an incredibly subjective quality.

It is an art to putting together the right dress, hair style and a makeup. The way we look expresses our personality; it makes first impression and boosts our confidence. I believe I have a talent to do so.  My experience allows me to call myself a professional make-up and hair stylist artist. I feel very lucky to have a career where I can be creative, and make people feel and look great!

My Resume

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Objective: Seek the Position of Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist.

SUMMARY: Highly gifted and creative Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist with more than six years experience in interpreting the make-up requirements of clients and to produce both a creative and technically accurate visual representation; ensuring that models, performers, presenters and others have suitable make-up and hairstyles before they appear in front of the cameras or an audience.

Summary of Qualifications

  • Exceptional knowledge of advanced makeup artistry and cosmetics industry.
  • Profound ability to address customer concerns, demonstrating empathy while consistently moving the customer towards commitment.
  • Proven ability to be persistence, overcome obstacles, and consistently strive to improve skills and achieve goals.
  • Uncommon ability to organize and control job responsibilities, particularly the accuracy and productivity related to work flow.
  • In-depth ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects in fast paced environment.
  • Uncommon detail oriented with excellent problem solving and follow-up skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills; remarkable ability to achieve results through team leadership.
  • Excellent time management skill – knowing how long a subject will take to be made-up and working quickly and accurately in time-pressured conditions.

Professional Experience
Weddings, parties, and photo shoots in Brooklyn and New Jersey areas
2002 – Present

Makeup Artist

  • Communicate with clients to clarify visual requirements.
  • Read scripts to ascertain materials/look required/budget implications, known as production study, which may require further research.
  • Produce and sketch design ideas for hairstyles and make-up.
  • Ensure continuity in hair and make-up and liaising with other members of the design team to ensure the overall look/effect is consistent and coherent.
  • Build a rapport with make-up subjects, which may include members of the public who are being interviewed for television as well as professional actors or presenters.
  • Demonstrate and implement a practical understanding of lighting, the photographic process, colors and the impact of special effects/make-up processes on the skin and ensure that appropriate action is taken to minimize/eradicate any unpleasant side effects from the use of specialist make-up/hairdressing techniques.
  • Take detailed notes and photographs of work, maintaining an up-to-date portfolio of work undertaken.
  • Maintain awareness of health and safety issues and legislation.
  • Cast facial and body moulds, sculpting latex foam – known as prosthetics.
  • Fit/manipulate/apply wigs, hairpieces and prosthetics.
  • Maintain wigs, hairpieces, prosthetics and other specialist materials and equipment.
  • Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of available hair and make-up products, sourcing, budgeting and ordering materials and equipment from specialist suppliers.

Education is mostly billed on my experience plus Beauty School Courses in Brooklyn NY.