Good morning Beautiful People!
Today begins a new week and I hope it will be very successful and all of you will have many amazing events.
Today I would love to introduce you with another very talented Make-upArtist
Freelance make-up artist, multi-artist.
How did you chose your profession?
I have finished an Art college, a music school, a make-up school and consider myself more as a multi-artist, but at the moment my attention has come to make-up artistry.
As I have finished Riga Art and Design school, parallel to that I started to show interest in make-up artistry, then I wanted to practice on myself manually, and I opened a youtube account to challenge myself as a beauty guru, making videos and to participate in many contests. I joined International Make-up school, but as I already had backround of art education, I would say that I have learned everything by myself.
Is there any other profession you would like to work in if you wouldn't be a make-up Artist?
I would love to work as a restorer of antique items, or a piano player, musician.
Who knows maybe in the future I could combine these proffesions together.
What do you like in your job?
I love the feeling of making people beautiful. As I love more artistic make-up I consider that face is like a canvas and make-up is a form of art.
What or Who inspires you?
I am inspired every day. I get inspired from other artists and their work. My idol make-up artists are Alex Box, Kabuki, Ellis Faas and many others.
What make-up brands do you use in your work?
I have such a different variety of brands that they’re uncountable, but I love my Illamasqua, MUFE, MAC, NYX and Milani products.
What is in your make-up bag?
Definitely my concealer, eyebrow kit, mascara and cream blush. These are the basic things that I need to make myself look presentable.
Product/s you can't live without.
Concealer and blush.
Product/s with a negative experience
I hate when overhyped brands like MAC release collections every 5 minutes. I have bad experience with mineral loose eyeshadows..they just don’t seem to work for me. Poor pigmentation in almost every occasion.
Dream in your professional career ( with who or where) would you like to work?
I would love to work for company Illamasqua, I love their philosophy and their approach. My dream job would be a creative director for a company or lead make-up artist for fashion magazines like Vogue, I also would love to work on the fashion shows.
What has been the biggest challenge in your career ?
Biggest challenge – full face creative and casual make-up for 8 models in 1 hour.
Fu scene from your job experience?
Last summer I worked for a bride and she also had a hair stylist with her.
We had limited time to get the bride ready so we worked together. As the hair stylist started to spray hair spray, she forgot to place her hand where she didn’t want hairspray to go and she sprayed it right in my face, as I was leaning towards to bride to apply make-up. That was rather humorous.
What is the most common question clients ask you?
What suits me best, what products should I use daily, what’s my skintype…
Do you have a professional advice you can share with all the readers?
In my opinion eyebrows are the most important feature of persons face, because it frames the face. My beauty secret is making them look more dimensional by choosing to fill them with 2 colors. Darker color for the arch of the eyebrow, lighter color goes on the rest of the brow.
Do you have any other hobbies?
Yes, I love to play piano and cook exotic dinners.
Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/Kristianathe
Phone: +371 26464697
Here are some photos with Kristiānas works!
All photos are from Kristiānas Zaulas private accounts and can't be used without her permission.
Thank you Kristiāna so much! Wish you success and may all your dreams come true.
And to you my dear Readers I wish the same and hope you liked this interview.
See you very soon cause I have many many new things to show and tell you!
Till tomorrow ;)