In the 20 years that Louise Constad has been a make-up artist she has worked with top international photographers and directors of note including David Bailey, Herb Ritts, Nick Knight, MarioTestino, Rankin, Helmut Newton, Norman Parkinson, Ellen von Unwerth, Jean Bapstiste Mondino, Anthony Minghella, Louis Malle and Blake Edwards.
Louise is also the make-up artist of choice for many of the world's most beautiful women and high-profile celebrities such as Michelle Pfeiffer, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Kristin Scott Thomas, Helena Bonham Carter, Tina Turner, Gabrielle, Stereophonics, Julie Andrews, Ruby Wax, Will Young, Oasis, David Bowie and Paul Newman.
She has won awards for her work - Best Make-up Artist by Campaign Magazine, and Best International Make-Up Artist from Italian Cinema Art (for her work as personal make-up artist to Kristin Scott Thomas and Juliette Binoche on the Oscar-winning film The English Patient).
Louise has made many TV appearances both here and abroad, and had a regular slot on 10 Years Younger – Channel Four's ground-breaking makeover series. For seven years she was signed exclusively to Max Factor as their main European spokesperson, touring the world and appearing in five of their commercials. She continues to make many guest appearances at fashion and beauty industry events.
Louise has her own Beauty Queen make-up school where she trains those interested in becoming make-up artists, as well as giving one-to-one sessions with private clients. Together with her team of associates she organises various Beauty Queen Events. She also has her own range of make-up brushes and accessories.
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Helen Bonham Carter:
" Louise is the best, she even makes me up while I'm asleep. I wake up a different person."
Kristin Scott Thomas:
" In 20 minutes Louise can transform me - I call her the Beauty Queen."
Sophie Ellis Bextor:
" On every video, Louise quickly and expertly establishes a new side of me appropriate to the song. We have a lot of fun doing this and I wouldn't look elsewhere for inspirational make-up."
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