may be a beauty school dropout, but she’s now doing better than ever. What stands out from her make up looks is that they go way further than the all-too-common highlighting and contouring. Her inspirations come from film, art movements and high fashion garments, like Romeo + Juliet
(1996), Rococo or Alexander McQueen’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection, and she somehow manages to capture the essence of these and evokes them on the canvas that is her face. This is why she’s garnered a ton of attention through her social media, but it’d be a crime to only call her an Instagram makeup artist; the kind of looks she creates can be considered works of art.