How do you keep your work interesting for yourself and your clients?
My inspiration comes suddenly, depending on what look or what client I’m working with, whether it is a fashion editorial, red carpet, or a client going to an event, I usually go for a cohesive look with the rest of the styling, hair and what the brand or client is about. Mostly prioritizing the enhancement of the skin and most beautiful features of their face.
My favorite step in the creative process is prepping the skin, using natural products that nourish and hydrate the skin to make it look healthy, plumped, rejuvenated and ready for makeup application. It’s like having a blank canvas ready to create art!
You seem quite down-to-earth. What do you do to keep yourself grounded? Are you proactive about your personal routine?
Non-negotiable activities for me: spending a few minutes every morning and every night expressing my gratitude for everything — health, abundance, earth, peace, love, and family.
I also love working out, it makes me feel strong and healthy and ready to keep going, so I must exercise as frequently and as non-negotiably as possible.
Your previous work for MINERAL felt like a natural fit. Do you feel that your brand develops organically based on your connections, or do you do something to refine it through particular opportunities?
I think it’s a combination of both, working for MINERAL does feels like a natural fit, where we have aligned views on the quality and effectiveness of natural products, and value our clients however, I do tend to lean towards and attract clients that have an understanding of the natural beauty as a whole, body, mind, spirit, clean ingredients, and our planet.