I was interviewed by Open Colleges about how I became a makeup artist. It sounds so cliche but I loved makeup from a fairly young age and I loved doing my friend's makeup through my teens. I knew this is what I wanted to do. I first studied makeup in 1998, and then went on to work on a cosmetics counter whilst freelancing on the side when I could. If you would like to read more about my career and how I got here plus a few words from fellow makeup artist Amelia Webb, here is a link to the full article:
This photo is of me working on Melbourne Model Cassie H from Vivien's
A smoky eye and a more formal hairstyle, leads to a relaxed party inspired look as the night approaches. I subtle glitter highlight on the shoulder shows up as the lights come on.
Photos by Marieke Byford- www.luma-wedding-photography.com.au
Hair by Chlelsea De Main- www.eyeamhair.com
Flowers by Sassybird flowers- www.sassybirdflowers.com.au
Dresses by Era Vintage- www.facebook.com/eravintagebride
Jewllery and headpieces by Kall'ure Jewellery- www.kallurejewellery.com
Makeup by Amy Kenny www.amykennymakeup.com/bridal-portfolio
Amy Kenny is a Melbourne based makeup artist and hairstylist working as a bridal makeup artist, commercial makeup artist, fashion makeup artist and corporate makeup artist in Melbourne and Victoria.