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MAKE-UP maestros

Both learner and professional make-up artists had their brushes at the ready and put their skills to the test to be crowned winners at Professional Beauty London’s 2022 Make-Up Competition.

The two-day contest, organised by competition director and session make-up artist Lan Nguyen Grealis, comprised four in-person categories – Editorial, Film, Bridal and Bodypainting, as well as an off-the-floor category Image.

Leading industry figures were invited to judge and were impressed by the high standard, making it a tough decision to choose the winning looks. Meet the winners...

Category: Bodypainting

Theme: Illusions and camouflage

Winner: Ella Carr

Learner Recognition Award: Lucy Froggat

Category: Editorial

Theme: Thierry Mugler

Winner: Martina Derosa

Second: Chloe Thomas

Third: Anoushka Kawalska

Category: Bridal

Winner: Karolina Adomaviciene

Second: Emily Turnbull

Third: Racheal Adedigba

Category: Image

Theme: AW22

Winner: Ella Carr

Second: Roos James

Third: Caitlin Lynch

Category: Film

Theme: Film Noir

Winner: Miriam Bibi

Second: Tamara Ambra Chambilla Fodde

Third: Karmen Cheung

Thank you to all our judges:

Kamanzaa Amihyia, Armand Beasley, Martin Carter, Phyliss Cohen, Leigh Easthope, Tania Grier, Gemma Horner, Millie Kendall, Emma Kotch, Cathyanne Mac Allister, Jack Oliver, Dean Rudd, Emma Rutherford, Jo Sugar, Megan Thomas and Julia Townend.

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This article appears in the May 2022 Issue of Professional Beauty


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