8 Make-Up Artists You Need To Know
8 Make-Up Artists You Need To Know

8 Make-Up Artists You Need To Know

For important events and special occasions, it’s sometimes easier to let a professional handle your make-up to ensure you look – and feel – your best. To help you find the right artist for you, we’ve put together a list of names who are at the top of their game…
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For True Editorial Flair

Makeup. Sonia

With a number of campaigns for Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, D&G and Ferragmo under her belt, Makeup.Sonia’s resume is a testament to her skills. Just one look at her Instagram feed will tell you she’s a master of the ‘barely-there’ loos, artfully and subtly accentuating her clients’ natural features to help them feel like the best version of themselves. Her creativity is something she often pours into her editorial work, so don’t be afraid to ask for something a bit more ‘out there’ if you’re feeling brave.

Follow @MakeUp.Sonia

For Flawless Skin & Lovely Lashes

Makeup By Natasha

From Desi bridal looks to festival-ready glam, Makeup By Natasha is known for a few things: flawless base, sculpted lines and big lashes. Everything she uses is also vegan and cruelty-free, so if clean beauty matters to you, she’s one to book.

Follow @MakeUpByNatasha

For Cool & Edgy Looks

By Hanadi

If you’ve always wanted to nail a feline flick or a graphic liner, By Hanadi is here to help. Her looks are cool, young and fun, which explains why she’s worked with some of the biggest names in the business – Huda Beauty is one of them.

Follow @ByHanadi

For A Well-Rounded Approach

Eva Hangy Makeup

Dubai-based make-up artist, Eva Hangy, is an expert in beauty, having worked in both editorial fashion and creative make-up. With over a decade of experience, and having worked with brands such as Tiffany, Bvlgari, Hublot and Prada, her aesthetic encompasses everything from vampy looks to minimalist ‘no make-up make-up’.

Follow @EvazHangy_MakeUp

For A Bit Of Colour & Good Advice

SSequeira Makeup

If you’re looking for product recommendations you can rely on, turn to SSequira Makeup. She started out at M·A·C Cosmetics, before moving on to become a make-up artist for Chanel where she worked backstage at the couture shows. Since then, she’s also worked with Vogue Arabia, Elle Arabia, Cosmopolitan ME and many more. If you are down to experiment with colour, she’s your girl.

Follow @SSequeiraMakeUp

For The A-List Touch

Sara Y Makeup

Born and bred in Dubai, Sara Yunis really tells a story with her work – which makes sense seeing as she has a background in visual arts. Her portfolio reads like a list of our favourite luxury brands: Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co all make the list. Sara was also part of the glamour squad for Beyonce’s recent Dubai performance.

Visit @Sara.YMakeup

For Beautiful Bridal Beauty

Mrymm Beauty

With 70k followers on Instagram, blogger and make-up artist Mrymm Beauty knows a thing or two about good beauty. Her bridal looks are stunning, with her work promising to give you that lit-from-within glow all brides want on their wedding day.

Follow @MrymmBeauty

For Make-Up That Looks Good In Real Life

Laure Sejean

Founder of the Beauty S’il Vous Plait podcast, Laure Sejean is the beauty aficionado you need to know about. Her wedding and special occasion looks are heavenly, and her editorial looks are edgy, fun and sexy. She is all about forgoing filters or heavy editing, so you can genuinely see how the make-up sits on the skin.

Follow @LaureSejean

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