Airbrushed look judges' choice
AIRBRUSHING her way across the Wide Bay is local makeup artist Lisa Klein, who recently received outstanding peer and industry recognition in the 2010 Wide Bay Institute of TAFE Photographic Competition last week.
“I feel very proud that the judges recognised my skills and creativity.”
A qualified airbrush makeup artist, Ms Klein specialises in the distinctive style of cosmetics where a fine mist of liquid makeup is applied primarily to the face to produce a smooth, long-lasting finish.
Entrants in the WBIT competition were required to construct their “look” on a client or model and submit a profile photograph of the end result. Entries were then judged on the clarity of detail, suitability of the look, versatility and creativity.
“Receiving these awards is fantastic recognition, which proves that my specialist application can give women what they want – flawless makeup that looks natural, while enhancing their natural features.”
With her interest in cosmetic companies like MAC and Napoleon Perdis, Ms Klein wants to give women around the world a chance to enhance their natural features, using makeup.
“Makeup does not necessarily need to change a person’s look dramatically but it should let their natural beauty shine through.
“Regional areas like Hervey Bay are just starting to sample the popularity of airbrushing and I don’t think it will be long before local brides demand airbrushing for their special day.”
Ms Klein runs a mobile makeup service throughout the Wide Bay area to deliver exceptional makeup services for special occasions.
To make a booking or to find out more, contact 0403 088 232 or email@example.com.