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Holly Anne, the beauty consultant for gloProfessional, based in San Francisco, North and East Bay California, began her career and discovered her talents as a student of fashion and beauty.
She became popular by establishing herself as a make-up artist for runway shows, indie films, and theatre productions produced by fellow students. It was then that she discovered a passion for transforming and brightening the lives of many by using her talent as a make-up artist. Her passion for finding the beauty in everyone sparked a career in cosmetic artistry and medical esthetics spanning nine years. Her past careers as the Senior Medical Esthetician at Gentle Star Med Spa and the Director of Skin Care/ Lead Medical Aesthetician at Liu Plastic Surgery, has added to her skills as a professional make-up artist, camouflage artist, and lash artist by giving her the ability to fully understand the science of beauty. She has worked with well-known make-up lines such as Laura Mercier and Bare Minerals, as well as managing Awake cosmetics at Neiman Marcus.
Holly Anne is now a beauty consultant and contact for sales, education, and training for products offered by gloProfessional. gloProfessional's aim is to distribute the most advanced skincare and makeup products available, while helping grow successful medical and spa businesses.
Aside from her knowledge and beauty expertise, Holly Anne's best asset is the ability to connect and understand people on a personal level which helps her bring out the best in everyone.
Known for his remarkably star-studded roster of celebrity clients, you've seen make-up artist Troy Jensen's work with Lana Parrilla, Elle Macpherson, Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera, Bjork, Salma Hayek, Gwyneth Paltrow, Rachel McAdams, Catherine Denuve, Megan Fox, Nicole Scherzinger, and Mary J. Blige.
Makeup artist Troy Jensen has an intense passion for illuminating the beauty in every face he touches.
Troy’s accomplished work has been seen everywhere from the most notable red carpet looks, elaborate music videos, and editorial spreads in major fashion magazines. Recognized for his expertise in the industry, Troy was appointed the official spokesperson for Q-tip, and starred in a commercial spot for Benefit Cosmetic's "Watts Up?"
This artist in demand shared his make-up and beauty tips on MSN's Style Studio as well as on his own blog, where he provides inspirational and helpful advice on his favorite products, techniques, and trends, as well as a glimpse into what drives this passionate and talented artist.
An artist in every sense of the word, Troy has cultivated his talents in creating raw glamour and has applied his experience, aesthetic, and passion to photography, Troy has had the opportunity to photograph beauty portraits and campaigns with the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Jena Malone, Mel B, Kendra Wilkinson, Kim Kardashian, Nicky Hilton, Nicole Scherzinger, Khloe Kardashian for a national PETA campaign, and Kim Kardashian for her official 2010 calendar which was taped for Kim's popular reality show "Keeping Up With The Kardashians". The episode entitled "A calendar for Reggie" is still the most watched episode on "E". Troy made 4 appearances on the show and made new fans who fell in love with the many looks he created on Kim Kardashian catapulting her into iconic beauty status.
2012 has already been an exciting and busy year for Troy. This year Troy was the buzz everyone was talking about after he was invited to be a keynote speaker at the annual The Make Up Show in Los Angeles and New York where he spoke to a large crowd of aspiring make up artists and fans of his work. Troy was also a part of the glam squad team of the hit NBC TV show Fashion Star as he made up iconic beauty Elle Macpherson for every episode.
May 2012, Troy was excited to relaunch his beauty site. Sharing his work, tips and must have products to the world.
Currently residing in Los Angeles and New York, Troy is looking toward expanding his work on the runway, red carpet and real life. Continuing to develop as an artist both behind and in front of the camera. Bringing his experience and talent into a spokesperson role as well as creating his own brand of beauty products, and is currently developing projects for TV. "I want to be the go to guy for beauty and make up" I have been working on some exciting projects that will bring more awareness to my industry and my passion for beauty." -Troy
Professional Makeup Artist Joanna Schlip has worked with some of the most celebrated people in the entertainment industry. Her work has graced the covers of the most prestigious magazines worldwide. With her tremendous talent and outgoing personality she is consistently booked for beauty commercials, print campaigns, and A-List trendsetters for red carpet events. In addition, she contributes her artistic skill set to cutting edge editorials, runways, and fashion advertising from coast to coast. Joanna was also a judge on the hit series, BLUSH: "The Search for the Next Great Makeup Artist."
At the age of eighteen Joanna left the United States for Paris, determined to start her career. It was a brave step for a young girl who didn't know anyone in Paris or speak a word of French. She just knew that she wanted to work for French Vogue. It took some major perseverance, but she achieved that goal and much, much more. Joanna spent over fifteen years in Europe working throughout Milan, Paris and London. Her experience in the highly visible European fashion industry honed her skills to an elite level taking her work to international status.
When Joanna returned to the U.S. in 2000, Los Angeles proved to be the place for her to be. Since returning to the U.S. she has made over 70 television appearances and trained artistry teams for cosmetic giants. She is also a three-time keynote speaker at The Makeup Show in New York and Los Angeles, three-time keynote speaker at the IMATS, a beauty author, an international spokesperson and world-wide beauty expert. Joanna's extraordinary work ethic and genuine personality have afforded her an amazing clientele including Christina Applegate, Eva Longoria, Ellen Pompeo, Laura Linney, Hilary Duff, Sheryl Crow and Jessica Simpson.
In September of 2006, Joanna launched her first book, Glamour Gurlz: The Ultimate Step-by-Step Guide to Great Make-up and Gurl Smarts (Random House). This how-to book is packed with over 100 beautiful original photos, "Schlip-tips" and tricks. It's layered with inspirational quotes and stories from twenty-five celebrity beauties, thirty models and young women. All of Joanna’s proceeds from the book will support J-Gurlz, a foundation Joanna created to help young women realize their true potential by making a difference in the lives of teen and transitional-aged girls while building self-esteem through innovative programs.
Joanna has traveled to ninety-six countries around the globe. She places her career first and continues to challenge herself everyday in hopes of sharing her vision of modern beauty with women everywhere. Joanna is represented exclusively by the renowned Cloutier Remix.
Max Factor, now the most famous name in Western cosmetics, was born in Lodz, Poland, in 1877, and began his career as an apprentice to a wig maker. By 20, he was running his own makeup shop.
Max Factor travelled to the United Sates in 1902 and took his family to the St. Louis World's Fair. They never returned. He began selling hair goods, imported cosmetics and stage greasepaints to local stage actors in St. Louis.
As his local fame spread, actors from the emerging film industry also came to Max for make-up advice. Thus, the motion picture industry, then beginning in Hollywood, beckoned. He settled in Los Angeles with his family in 1909 and got a job with the Pantages Theatre.
By 1914, he was perfecting make up for the movies. He had improvised a new alternative to dye greasepaint, which he thought looked dreadful and 'terrifying' on the screen.
He formed flexible greasepaint, which was the first make up created for film. It helped make actresses look more natural in close up. His most notable clients were Mary Pickford, Jean Harlow, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford and Judy Garland, all of whom became regular visitors at his salons.
In 1918, he developed his 'colour harmony' face powder range, which allowed him to create make up for each individual based on their skin tones, due to the wide range of shades on offer.
Creating false eyelashes, the eyebrow pencil, lip gloss, and pancake make up, Factor created a whole new language for screen cosmetics.
Inevitably, once the actresses had been made to look so stylish on screen, they wanted to maintain the same effect in everyday life, so they wore the new Max Factor 'make up' in personal appearances.
Soon, women unconnected with the theatre or the film industry were asking for the make up, so that they too could look glamorous.
By the 1920s, Max's sons were heavily involved in the business with Davis working as general manager and Frank helping his father to develop new products.
They received their biggest single make up order during this decade in 1925 when they had to provide 600 gallons of light olive make up to the film set of 'Ben Hur' to ensure that the extras filming in America had the same colour skin as the extras who filmed in Italy.Shakereen Chowdhury has always been in love with the world of creative beauty and artistry. Combining the flair of henna, makeup and hair expertise, Shakereen has established a reputable name in the industry. Her originality and professionalism continually exceed expectations, with over 13 years’ experience as a henna artist, and almost 10 years as a makeup/hair stylist. Her success is driven by her talent, consistent referrals, friendly personality, and her ability to recognise each and every client’s needs.
Shakereen has local and overseas experience as a freelance professional bridal makeup artist. She is committed to making sure her clients feel flawless and beautiful! Born in Canada, and now living in Sydney for the past 5 years, Shakereen has always embraced diversity. She has worked with clients from all walks of life and assisted with various types of special occasions. Appreciating each and every experience with her clients, Shakereen feels privileged to assist others with flawless professional wedding makeup artistry during their most memorable moments.
This blog post isn’t necessarily limited to bridal make-up but is more my top pick of easy products that give a pretty look that’s easy to create in a matter of minutes and suitable for a day at the beach.
1. Tinted moisturiser or BB cream: These are perfect for evening out the skin tone without the need for heavier foundation. One of my favourites is Laura Mercier, whichever one you choose just make sure it has SPF in it too.
2. Cream eyeshadow: I couldn’t live without Mac paint pots! I apply it with a flatish brush and blend it out with a fluffy brush but you could even apply them with your finger and they’re water resistant too.
3. Waterproof mascara go to two coats for big lashes.
4. Cream blusher: For a flush of natural colour, apply this with fingers onto apples of the cheeks and pat into the skin.
5. Sheer lipstick or stain: this season I’m using Dior Addict a lot (as you can see in my last post!) I love that it gives great colour but the texture is quite sheer and soft.
We are firm believers that you can change up your look with just one simple tweak. Today we’re turning to eye liner for a little makeover inspiration. Check out what a simple flick of the pencil (or liner brush) can do, as modeled on some of our favorite Hollywood beauties.
If you want to go a little bolder without thickening the line, follow Brandy’s lead by outlining the entire eye, even going as far as the inner corners. This small difference really highlights the shape of the eye.
When you’re wearing a bold lip, like Gwen Stefani’s signature red, the eyes shouldn’t be the focus. But skipping eye liner entirely can make your face look a little naked. Instead, apply liner along the top lash line and finish with a smudge of eye shadow on the lower lash line to add definition.
We love the cat eye that Naya Rivera modeled above. Unlike other versions, this was done using a powder liner so it’s less bold and looks more natural, elongating the lashes.
Colored eye liner is daring, but when applied with a light touch, the look becomes easier to pull off. Emma Stone’s shimmery blue liner works because of its clean, not-too-smoky shape.
Shimmer applied at the inner corner of the eye has become a staple. So why not dab shimmer along the entire bottom lash line like Carly Rae Jepsen did at the American Music Awards? The gold brightened the entire eye and added interest to an otherwise neutral makeup look.
One of the many things I love about working with makeup is its transformative power; its ability to completely change a face -- or body in some cases -- whether the results are glamorous or grotesque. Whilst makeup is most often used to accentuate a woman's natural beauty or make an artistic, colorful statement, it can also be used to portray a completely different persona. Contemporary artist Cindy Sherman is a woman who has manipulated makeup to her advantage in her work. Her retrospective, on view at New York's MoMA through 2012, features a staggering array of images Sherman created by dressing as women of every age and from every conceivable era, along with the occasional man or otherworldly creature. The images she has created with makeup and a little help from costumes, wigs, lighting and photo effects are often disturbing but always transfixing.