Emilie Louizides redefines creative borders and crosses social and cultural boundaries in building her unique brand of art-based beauty in the fashion and entertainment industries. Born in the New York City area and based in London, Emilie is a makeup artist who questions and challenges the status quo in a way that delights and surprises.

She thrives on collaboration with other creative people. Publications include: Paper, F-Word, PETRIe, The Guardian, Attitude, Hunger, Time Out, Wonderland, AnOther, Metal, dna, Damn Son, Pigeons & Peacocks, No Substance, Notion, Polyester, and Disorder magazinesShe has also written and published articles for cosmopolitan.com

Emilie has worked on shoots for Paper Magazine featuring: Tan France, Julia Michaels, Lily Allen, Adam Rippon and Billie Jean King. Traveling with Netflix's Queer Eye she serves as groomer to Tan France, Antoni Porowski and Bobby Berk.

Emilie holds a Bachelor of Arts and the classification of First Class Honours from London College of Fashion (UAL) and completed a Contemporary Collage course at Central Saint Martins (UAL). The collage medium has consistently inspired and informed her ever-evolving artistic process. She is currently on track to receive a Masters Degree in Applied Imagination in the Creative Industries from Central Saint Martins (UAL) where she is researching into makeup and how it can be used as a powerful, change-making tool to improve communication and understanding.

Committed to making a positive difference in the wider world, Emilie has donated her skills as a makeup artist to collaborate with the nonprofit Kula for Karma by creating and organizing a Night of Beauty event to benefit cancer survivors. A recipient of the Varian Fry Humanitarian Award, Emilie was recognized for her dedication to social action.


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