Top 10 Makeup Artists That Will Make You Look Out Of This World
- Published:20th February 2017
At Alice's Pig, we like to get a bit creative. So we’ve compiled a list of our Top 10 Favourite Crazy and Kooky Makeup artists that will inspire you to mix up your look.
We're not saying that you should put beads on your face EVERY day, but maybe a little bit of the unusual will give your look a little... Pazaz!
If you want to take a closer look at each artist, click on the picture and it will take you to their Instagram page, Enjoy!!!!
Previously the creative director of cult make up brand Illamasqua, Alex Box is a great believer in the fusing of art and technology. She used microsoft 3D motion sensing software to create an application to paint 3D renderings of models. Her creativity and skill is impressive to say the least. See below. A fascinating statement piece in make-up.
My work has always been about embracing new formats and emerging technology. Through my marriage of art and science there is an endless landscape of possibilities
We love how Tal can create a look for any occasion and is inspired by literally everything!... Even Cats... if you haven't seen the look already you need it in your life!
Makeup, for me, is art - just using a face instead of canvas or paper
What can we say about Roshar? Other than that he is an incredible makeup artist, he has had his work featured in Vogue, Harpers Bazaar and Elle. Often inspired by vintage style fashion with a modern edge. We'd love him to do our makeup!
Rosher is known for creating flawless skin and attention to detail. He's developed an unconventional style, which has lead to his success within the makeup industry.
Pat creates crazy and wacky runway looks. Check out this amazing use of beading around the eyes... Amazing!
"I was struck by the way she (McGrath) interpreted colour and by her ideas about beauty and femininity, She never used cosmetics to try to mask a woman." (Quote from an interview with Vogue)
Dana is an entity unto herself, not only is she crazy good at makeup, but she's also a model! How does she find the time to look this great!?
Dana Bomar is a make-up artist and owner of Melt Cosmetics. Bomar loves experimenting with lipsticks and bold colours. She has become a Instagram Queen and has 181k followers... which grows every day!
Robin creates some beautiful work, being inspired by nature for this look she shows how we can use makeup all over our faces!
For as long as I can remember, I’ve had a love / hate relationship with beauty. It’s a complicated, subjective thing. And so the irony is that even with my misgivings about it, I eventually became a make-up artist and photographer.
We. Love. Vegas... not THAT Vegas, but Sheri Vegas. She can do crazy things with our lips and uses bold colours to draw the eye. Gorgeous!
Sheri Vegas is in constant demand from the film and photographic industries for her innovative work. She was announced as the youngest of 12 finalists in this year’s Make Up Artist of the Year category at the Australian Beauty Industry Awards.
Lisa is great for showing us how to put on makeup. We love her for her simple step by step tutorials for making us look fabulous!
Lisa Eldridge is one of the most highly regarded make-up artists on the international beauty and fashion circuits. Whether she’s called upon to create her signature look, best described as fresh and flawless or to work her magic for the catwalk or on editorial shoots, her understated, modern approach to beauty has made her indispensable.
We love Lottie's use of colour here, creating different shapes with colour, mixing up our usual perception of makeup- Crazy!
Lottie has become well known for her strong understanding of light, colour, and form. This, combined with her precise application and attention to detail, she's becoming a makeup sensation!
We love Romero for his fun and wacky makeup, who wouldn't love him to do your makeup for Halloween?... Or any day for that matter!
I enjoy a mixture of nature meets technology! I have an appreciation and get inspired from everyday things.
The casual charmer - Contrast top-stitching accentuates Sophie's Sohos' asymmetric detailing. Button-through with a twist, Sophie's Soho dress looks great with trainers or heels. This versatile dress is perfect for every occasion.
The tiny dancerWith a draped neck and loose shape cinched in by a top-stitched waist-belt this dress will flatter all body shapes. Sasha's Statement comes fully lined and with comfy side pockets.
The 1970's Boho - Giving a nod to the 1970's, this red midi dress comes in floral-printed chiffons, detailled panelling on the bodice and flat piping. Madelaines Marvel dress has a flattering midi-length and self-fabric waist tie means you can cinch in the waist for some extra definition.
The elegant geisha - Figure skimming Benika's Bonsai dress cuts a flattering silhouette in a true Japanese fashion. Intricate panelling and a top stitched self-fabric tie belt gives this easy day-dress a beautiful and feminine look.