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Renee Beach | Celebrity Makeup Artist

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Peta Win

Peta Win | Woman of Fire. The name given to Renee Beach by the chief of one of the North Dakota tribes.

She fought against the establishment in the 1980s and helped create Gathering of the Tribes. Her support of the native peoples, inspired Ian Astbury of The Cult to write the song The Firewoman.

Ian Astbury

She is a renown Rock ‘n’ Roll designer, hair and makeup artist and art/creative director. Her career started at the age of 18 on tour with The Cult and Billy Idol and pretty soon she was in charge of the iconic looks of the legendary singers such as W. Axl Rose of Guns ‘N’ Roses and Steve Tyler of Aerosmith. She worked with the musical giants like Metallica, Iggy Pop and David Bowie. In fashion she collaborated with the likes of Anna Sui, François Nars, Oribe Canales and Steven Meisel. She designed MAC “Bullet” lipstick for MAC Cosmetics. Currently touring with The Tea Party ? .

The Tea Party

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Here? she shares a few of her tips re hair and makeup.

S.O. How would you zhoozh up one’s hair colour without using the permanents?

R.B. My suggestion is a semi-permanent such as Igora Vibrance gloss & Tone by Schwarzkopf Professional. It is very good for the colour shy, or for those who just want to amp up the colour that they already have. Adding a slightly richer hue during the winter months can really boost to anyone’s look. The best part is after about 25 washes it will have washed out and you are ready to try something new for the next season.

S.O. Your top tip for keeping one’s makeup last all day.

R.B. A good primer that creates that air brushed glow. Opt for something that can be worn under makeup or on its own. If you are only buying one go for a clear one not illuminated or tinted for more diversity. Of course I recommend mine: Renee Beach Cosmetics Show Time or Smashbox Photo Finish.

S.O. Your top skincare advice.

R.B. Splurge on a good facial when there are drastic climate changes to give the skin the TLC that it needs to glow and make a homemade body sugar or salt scrub to soften and pamper the body.

S.O. Thank you for taking the time to speak to us ?

 

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issidora

Award winning makeup artist and a skincare expert. Co-founder of Nina's Hair Parlour. Compulsory truth teller, history buff & a science groupie. Founder & Editor-In-Chief @ Skin Odyssey.

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