The evidence The make-up artist's studio
Saturday 12 September 1998
"The day of the photo I was holding a beauty forum in my workshop. I'd invited some women in to get their opinions on make-up: it's really important to get the consumers' opinions on products. The photographer couldn't believe how tidy it was, I'm incredibly organised - you have to be as there are so many products. The trolleys I use to display my make-up were pounds 3 each, they're old Post Office trolleys. The boards on the wall are a selection of beauty advertising campaigns and one or two art references. Normally I've planned what I'm doing in advance so I just carry that silver box on appointments and sessions. I think if I could only take one thing it would be the colour palettes [in the trolley]. The bike is my boyfriend's, I'm more of a rambler. The dentist's chair I bought in Brick Lane, it was really cheap, but it's great because people totally relax when they sit in it so they keep nice and still."
Interview by Aoife O'Riordain
Photograph by Kevin Hooper
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