Over the course of her career, Terri has worked across every segment of the beauty industry. Here is a small sampling of her work. Additional examples of her students work and specific beauty tips for her makeup101 cosmetic line can be seen on those websites.
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No eyes that have seen beauty ever lose their sight.
Working as a Makeup Artist in the beauty & fashion sector is extremely challenging, and fun. Skin has to be flawless and an understanding of the camera, lighting and overall “feel” is essential. It needs to be approachable and real.
The beauty of a woman must be seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart.
Working with real people, athletes and celebrities requires listening and being able to achieve a clients vision of how they want to look. The makeup isn’t about the artist, it is about the person wearing it.
“I learned the life of business, commerce – it’s an art.”
Working as a Makeup Artist in the commerical print and production sector is all about camera-ready makeup and restraint. Understanding the message of the client, lights and camera helps me to create “real people” who look approachable and great.
“It is always good when you can bring two artists together that are totally different.”
Working as a Makeup Artist in editorial is about telling a story visually and collaborating with other creative people. Many of my editorial stories are collaborations with other great artists. The stories I create on my own still rely on the right model and photographer. We have to come together and create a single vision! It is the most creative fun I have.