What’s been your most memorable project?

It would be training with Pamela Smith and Jane walker in Film and TV make-up recently. Jane is an Emmy award winning Make-Up artist with a wealth of experience and the current make-up designer of Game Of Thrones. This was very exciting as I'm a big GOT fan. I learnt how to do script breakdown, character building and laying on facial hair etc. It was so much fun and learnt so much!

What advice would you give to aspiring make up artist’s?

Always be yourself! Don't Copy what others are doing; develop your own style, that people can recognize you by!

Always keep learning and stay enthusiastic and last but not least practice, practice, practice!

What are the most common questions you get asked about make up? 

I always get asked here Sarah Jane…“What’s the best foundation/primer?” “What is the best product for filling in eyebrows?” 'What would you recommend for…' I love chatting about products and cosmetics!

Contour, strobing, bronzing…what make up trend do we really need to follow?

Strobing for sure! Everyone looks good with a glow, don’t they?

Just along as it is not too metallic to the extent that you look like the tin man from Wizard of Oz. haha

Liquid or pencil eyeliner?

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Liquid and angled brush all the way!

What’s the most common make up mistakes you see?

Oh I hate to see foundation lines around the jaw, foundation should be seamless! Heavy contour is another mistake I see….

If you only have 30mins – what would you do (or miss)? 

If I have 30 mins I would cleanse, tone and moisturiser.. This is always a good start isn't it?

Primer, concealer, EYEBROWS (obviously) light foundation, bronzer, blush and a lip gloss.

Should we be following trends or making our own when it comes to make up?

Make your own, be unique. “Be the pop of colour in a black and white world!”

Any recommendations to stop the eyeliner running under my water line after applying the kajal? Is there a way to set it?

After applying liner to the waterline use a small brush and press on a black Matt shadow along the lower lash line to set. To soften the look use a flat blending brush and some warm brown to blend it out

What bronzer/ blusher would you recommend for people with freckles?

I love Milani Baked Bronzer in shade Dolce, it’s light enough to for fair skin and sheer enough not to cover up all the cute little freckles.

What celebrities make up do you admire and why?

Gigi Hadid – I love the luminosity and radiance of her skin. She always has a minimalist make up look, perfectly groomed brushed up brows and a hint coral blush and warmth to her skin. Her foundation base and highlighter is always so dewy and flawless.

What do u prefer to apply first – bronzer or blusher?

Bronzer always because it makes it easier to diffuse your blusher into the apples of the cheeks!

What make up primer do you swear by?

Illamasqua Hydra Veil. It’s incredible, especially for dry skin types!

If creating smokey eyes, would you do them before or after the base has been applied?

Always before to avoid any fall out on the skin.

Where is the best place to apply bronzer? 

Along the hairline on the forehead, along the sides of the face in a 3 motion and under the jaw working the brush is circular motions.

What would be your dream shoot?

Editorial shoot working along side Pat McGrath…maybe someday…

What is your favourite look to create?

Hollywood Glam – Bronzed skin, perfectly winged eyeliner and a statement red lip! Such a classy look!

Where do you look for creative inspiration? 

I always feel inspired by the fashion after a flick through Vogue magazine! There is so many talented artists on instagram to follow that are totally inspiring!

Why does my make up go cakey in my t-zone and fine lines?

This normally happens when your skin looses elasticity. Fine lines are often caused by dehydrated or ageing skin. I recommend massaging a plumping moisturiser into the effected areas of the skin and using a good hydrating primer this should help reduce the appearance of caking. Also avoid using too much setting powder on those particular areas.

What do you think the key looks or trends with be for S/S18?

Bright and edgy liner looks are all over the catwalks at the moment . But I think we will see a lot of statement lips and brushed up brows this season.

What’s the shortest time you’ve ever had to do a full face of make up and do you have any tips to speed up?

Id say around 20 minutes – For a quick get ready look I always resort back to a brown smokey eye – It goes with everything and it’s easy if your in a hurry.

To achieve a brown smokey eye fast pack on a matte brown shadow all over the lid ending a slightly towards where your eye naturally creases then using a warm brown shadow on a fluffy brush and buff it upwards into your crease until its perfectly blended. Repeat underneath to smoke it out and finish highlight your brow bone and inner corner to make it pop. Apply liner, mascara and if your quick enough some lashes!