Frequently Asked Questions



Do you also do hair?

I'm able to do light/basic hairstyling however as a makeup artist my passion and specialization is in makeup.   For more elaborate hairstyles I like to refer my clients to a few very talented and wonderful hairstylists that I often work with.

How long does makeup application take?

It always depends on what look we're doing but most makeup looks take about 40 minutes to 1 hour. Bridal trials and creative looks can take up to 2 hours. 

What is your area of specialty?


I love creating flawless, glowing and beautiful skin! I believe healthy and beautiful looking skin is vital when it comes to creating stunning looks.  

What forms of payment do you accept?

Cash, all major credit/debit cards, Venmo, and PayPal.  For all credit/debit card transactions a 3% service fee will be added to the total payment.

Do you travel? Is there a travel fee?


Yes,  I will come to you and do your makeup all in the comfort of your home, office or hotel. I'm based in La Jolla, and will travel up to 15 miles of La Jolla at no travel fee. I'm also able to travel outside of San Diego County, depending on the location there may be additional travel fees and accommodation fees. Please inquire for a travel fee quote and for more information. 

Do you do lessons?

Yes! Whether you're an aspiring makeup artist looking to learn more, or you just want to learn how to do your makeup for work or going out, we can book a 2 hour session to learn all kinds of tips and tricks so you can master glamming yourself for any special event! Lessons include skin prep, picking the right foundation for your skin type, day time look and night time look, how to apply false eyelashes and more! During the lesson we review the products you already own and how to use them, and create a personalized shopping list of products that you may need to add to your beauty routine. It's all very personalized and unique for each client as everyone wants to focus on learning different things.

If you're a makeup artist booking a lesson you must provide your own model.