Liz Martins is a London born and bred make up artist who works at the heart of the British fashion and music industry – critically acclaimed for her role in revamping the 2010 X Factor contestants, the design and launch of Girls Aloud signature lashes for Eyelure and her own line of professional false lashes Liz Martins Lash Enhance for Salon Systems—Liz is not only at the top of her profession but an artist that beauty companies go to for her expertise and knowledge.
With a client list that ranges from Lianne La Havas, Florence and the Machine and La Roux to A-list Hollywood starts such as Rachel Weisz, Kate Bosworth and most recently British actresses Natalie Dormer, Joanne Froggratt and Ellie Bamber. Liz’s talent also means she is called upon by the worlds best photographers and fashion stylists as she is trusted to bring ideas and energy to every assignment she works on.
Starting her career in 1995 after a short course at the London College of Fashion—she took a 14 week Saturday course and literally ran with it, with a tenacious attitude nothing was going to stop her—Liz assisted Dick Page for two years as well as Sharon Dowsett and took from them a great knowledge of what beauty is and how to definite and make it your own.
Liz is regularly called upon by beauty editors for quotes and tips for editorial and print such as InStyle, Grazia and Stylist. She is also a beauty expert for the online beauty emporium www.cultbeauty.com.
Liz is based in London.
Flair (German), Grazia, Glamour, Elle (UK), Harpers Bazaar (UK, China), Hunger, i-D, InStyle, Marie Claire, New York Times, Numero (UK, China), Paper, Stella, Stylist, Sunday Times Style, Vanity Fair, Volt Cafe, Vogue (UK, US, Germany, Brazil, Korea)
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Aussie Haircare, Avon, Chanel, Eyelure, Garnier, H&M, Harrods, Harvey Nichols, Herbal Essences, Jaeger, Levis, L’Oreal, Maybelline, MAC Cosmetics, Net A Porter, Next, River Island, Selfridges, Topshop, Warehouse, Whistles