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2020 Review: Top Makeup Artists

Makeup Artists of 2020

In a year spent mostly in our individual/support bubbles, these Makeup Artists provided us with some much-needed beauty expertise and inspiration.


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Wendy Asumadu

Beauty, Fashion, Video, Editorial & Avantgarde

Clients: Converse, Refinery 29 UK, Makeup Revolution, Lush Cosmetics, Crayola Beauty, Glossier, Obsession Makeup, Glamour Uk, Notion Magazine, Brick Magazine, F Word Magazine, YouTube, Fashion Week & more




Chloe Rose

“My approach to make up and the creative industry is grounded in fine art, my first passion. My ascetic for beauty is inspired by the world around me. I believe that the human face and body is a canvas that has no bounds.” – Chloe Rose

Take a look at my Instagram and website for a sneak peak into my work @chloerosemakeupartist www.chloerosemua.com

The London School of Media Make-Up




Marie Sopikova

International, published MUAh

LFW, PFW, NFW Imirage magazine covers issue 472, 486, 536 Pump magazine cover issue “flag girl”

The Complete Artistic Pro Specialist Certificate




Wei Ting Yu

Wei: “I have been working as freelance makeup artist for the last 4 years for editorial shootings, campaigns, fashion shows, as well as assisting high end makeup artist. I specialise in leading a fantastic makeup journey with my clients and brands. Before settling down in London, I have traveled to New York City and Asia to develop different clients base and build a beautiful portfolio. My works have been featured in Vogue Italia, Schön Magazine, Lucy’s Magazine and Lyun Magazine. I am passionate about fashion and I am ready to dedicate myself to the industry!”

London fashion week ss2020 Vancouver fashion week AW2017 Editorial campaign for Camper

Blanche MacDonald Centre- Global Makeup -Fashion/ Beauty/ TV, Film/ Special Effect

Featured in • Vogue Italia • Schön! Magazine • Lucy‘s Magazine




Charlene Williams

“I am a London based makeup artist that has been in the fashion and beauty industry for 16 years. I have spent much of that time in the beauty retail sector but have been freelancing in London for the past 5 and a bit years. I work for MAC Cosmetics part time where I not only work in their Pro store but have had the opportunity to work on events like Fashion Week , BAFTA’s, BIFA’s. I have helped assist on UK beauty campaigns and more. When not working at MAC I’m busy freelancing. I work on beauty shoots, editorials, a little TV, look books, and fitness: – Charlene W




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