“Internationally renowned makeup artist Victoria Stiles joins Fashion on Fulton as the key makeup artist for the show on June 10th!”
Source: Fashion On Fulton
Full Press Release: here
I am very pleased to announce my participation in the Fashion On Fulton show taking place at the Skylight One Hanson in New York. Lianne Farbes, organizer for the show and creator of TheMakeupGirl.net has secured sponsorship for my team from COVERGIRL! I will post the look, products used, and a look behind-the-scenes on Friday, June 11, 2010!
Announcing the team for Fashion On Fulton:
Christopher Milone’s career began when he was 15, starting in theater then working his way up the ladder. Most recently he toured the world with Madonna for the Sticky and Sweet tour, doing makeup for the dancers band and backup singers. Now he is requested for Fashion shows, photo shoots, Films and TV work. His work can be seen in Zink, LOVE, W, BGmagazine, and in major motion pictures and popular TV series’. He has always had a passion for makeup and loves this industry and everyone in it.
Driven by her relentless work ethic and passion, Brandalyn Fulton, Makeup Artist and Wig Designer relocated from Detroit to New York City to be in the hub of Fashion and Theatre. She started in cosmetics as a college job in 2003, but she soon had the desire to freelance on her own thus Brandalyn Fulton Designs was born. While at the University of Michigan she studied Theatre Design & Production along with a number of other relevant subjects. Wig Styling/Construction and Makeup Design were soon added to her list of services.
Brandalyn has worked in wigs and makeup at the Music Theatre of Wichita, Westport Country Playhouse, Carnegie Hall, York Theatre Company, Westside Theatre, Vineyard Theatre, and The Juilliard School. She has also worked as a makeup artist and/or consultant for FACE atelier Cosmetics, MAC Cosmetics, Giorgio Armani Cosmetics, Mehron Cosmetics, and Shu Uemura Cosmetics.
Brandalyn was Makeup Artist of the Year – 2008 at the Bennett Career Institute’s Celebrity Makeup Symposium. She enjoys talking about beauty, color theory, and entrepreneurship. She has presented seminars at Bennett Career Institute (Washington, DC) and introduced the Women of Color Foundation Collection for FACE atelier Cosmetics at The Makeup Show NYC 2010 with a seminar entitled Perfecting Complexion. She also serves as a contributing beauty writer for Hope Today Magazine.
Currently, Brandalyn is available for beauty, commercial, editorial, theatrical design work; image and product consultation.
Born and raised in TN, she watched her mother perform magic with a makeup brush. DeShae’s love of makeup blossomed. Her training in fashion and theatre began at the tender age of 14. Since then, she has been building technique in theatre, bridal and print while learning from top makeup artists and photographers in the industry. DeShae currently resides in the Washington, DC, area where she works as a freelance artist.
Rhiannon Knight Babson
Rhiannon’s passion for makeup began when she was a young girl. As soon as she turned 18, she headed to the Clinique counter where she began her career.
Rhia eventually took a break and started a family. In 2007, it was time for her to ignite her career again. After professional training in Special FX, Hi-Def, and airbrushing, Rhia Marie Makeup was launched. Commercial, bridal, and theme shoots are some of Rhia’s favorite areas to work in. Besides the love of makeup, Rhia enjoys spending her time with family, friends, and working on the mission field in Kenya.