Orlando Freelance Model

Orlando makeup model

In Portfolio, Services on 2011/05/28 at 22:51

Orlando area freelance model available for makeup looks, lifestyle, commercial, and business assignments.

The Orlando Airbrush Makeup, Inc., key makeup artist is recognized as a Professional, Freelance Makeup Artist by: MAC CosmeticsStila CosmeticsSmashbox CosmeticsUrban Decay CosmeticsShu UemuraLime Crime, Bella Sugar Cosmetics (now defunct), Tony & Tina (now defunct), NYX Cosmetics,DinairTemptu ProOCC MakeupAfterglow CosmeticsKett CosmeticsFalse EyelashesBobbi Brown,Naked CosmeticsInglotMilan RoweYaby Cosmetics 
Orlando Freelance Makeup Artist: Airbrush Makeup, Beauty Makeup, Boudoir MakeupBridal Makeup, Business Makeup, Casual Makeup, Commercial Makeup, Date Night Makeup, Editorial Makeup, Engagement Makeup, Event Makeup, Faerie / Fairy Makeup, Fashion Makeup, Fun Makeup, Glamour Makeup, Glitter Makeup, High Definition Makeup, Makeup Consultations, Makeup Lessons, Modeling Makeup, Photography Makeup, Portrait Makeup, Print Makeup, Prom Makeup, Quinceanara Makeup, Retro Makeup, Special Event Makeup, Time Period Makeup

Miscellaneous Experience

In Miscellaneous, Modeling, Resume, Services on 2011/02/27 at 21:16

The Artist has spoken at local schools to show children that negative energy can be channeled into art for productive outcomes.  She used to have a program for those with low self-esteems to win free modeling sessions after cognitive restructuring.  Throughout her modeling career, the Artist has matched amateur models with small businesses for tearsheet opportunities.


In Miscellaneous, Resume, Services on 2011/02/11 at 05:25

About the Artist…

The Artist is… an imaginative writer, freelance makeup artist, photographer, researcher, and creative director who uses art to express unique concepts. Portions of this site is password protected in an attempt to avoid image and/or identity theft.

The Artist is self-taught and has worked both in front of and behind the camera.  Her true passion is writing and researching.  She has written several scholastic papers regarding the relationship between adolescent participation in delinquency and after school sports.

She began photography and makeup when she was old enough to hold a camera and brushes.  After having appeared in major publications online, and on television, she retired to concentrate more on artistic expression and academic pursuits.

As a master of knowing her angles and how to work the camera, she rarely appears the same in any two photos, and her trademark is not smiling. During her modeling years, she wanted females to be comfortable with themselves and tried to set an example for them by not airbrushing or altering her works. She is currently a contributor to Examiner.com as an Orlando Makeup Examiner, and Orlando Etiquette Examiner, and Parle Magazine for makeup editorials.

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