Growing up I was always a bit of a tomboy but was fascinated by the transformation of makeup. Having worked as a makeup artist for 16 years, I’ve seen the importance of how skin care plays into giving an overall youthful look with or without makeup.
I'm known for my love of creams and oils as well as unusual colour combinations and placement. The joy of makeup is you can experiment, and have fun, knowing it all washes off at the end the day.
Where Do You Sit on the Beauty Scale?
Any Beauty Advice You Wish You Knew Earlier?
The advice I would tell my younger self would be to drink more water, to be confident in who I am- everyone is unique in their own special way, you do you!!! Last but not least to pay attention to my eyebrows. Ruler straight eye brows are not cool (I had this for several years, and I look back and cringe at every photo from that time lol)
The best beauty tips I’ve learned have been through trial and error; it’s difficult to know how to relate or give advice on something if you haven’t tried it yourself. For example knowing what brushes give certain effects by trying them, mixing oils and lotions to see how they sit on the skin with and without makeup.