It's been a busy silly season for the Runway Room team, and we have had the pleasure of working alongside events such as The Block inspection day for Channel 9, Fox FM, The Polo & Beauty Bosses Unite.
Once again, Runway Room provided the glam for The Block contestants and co-host Shelley- what a pleasure working with such a great team at Channel 9 and a beautiful bunch of easy-going and down-to-earth talent.
Two of our ex-academy students Jaz & Anna, have been exposed to great opportunities in salon and on pamper bars after their course completion. They worked at the Capri Club Marquee providing touch ups for guests at the city polo at Albert Park.
Runway Room were seen at several marquees at the Caulfield cup this year, including the TRIPLE M Marquee for the fourth year running. We provided full makeup services for VIPs including MRC staff.
BEAUTY BOSSES UNITE IN BRISBANE
Head Office Makeup Artists, Adele and Jess hosted the gorgeous Runway Room stand at the Beauty Bosses Unite Christmas Party in Brisbane. This event has been organised by Brisbane's best - they threw very glamorous event for the self employed hair & makeup artists who are freelances that usually miss out on a Christmas party.
Runway Room was one of several brands who provided photo opportunities and gift bags for the attendees.
The silly season is now upon us, which means our RR MUAs are getting busy for countless events!
Runway Room are the official makeup sponsor for the Randwick Everest Carnival. Thursday 19th Sept was the Media Call held in the Pony Palms Enclosure.
RR Creative team designed and applied looks on the models for the Harolds Fashion Moment as well as TV Host Abbie Gelmi and retired Jocky Kate Mallyon who wowed the guests with an incredible photo shoot trackside.
RR team will be back in Sydney throughout October for more Spring Racing Glam
The Colgate Optic White Stakes day was also held in Sydney over the weekend, and our gorgeous ambassador Mia Fevola made an appearance that would turn heads.
Our creative team also used Runway Room products to glam up the fabulous Francesca Hung.
Luxury beauty brand, Runway Room, has announced Neighbours star, Jodi Anasta as the face of its cosmetics range. The actress, model and mother has officially launched the collection established by Melbourne makeup artist and photographer, Alex Fevola.
“I’ve been obsessed with beauty since I can remember, so I was very excited to jump at the opportunity to work with Runway Room. Given we are all so time poor these days a quick and simple makeup routine is key. I love the Runway Room range as it’s uncomplicated and effortless to use.”
I’m obsessed with the Runway Room Glow Palette at the moment. When I’m running out the door it’s great to have a palette that you can pop in your handbag – it has bronzer, blush and illuminator all in one!
“Although my beauty regime has always been pretty quick & simple the most important thing to me is ensuring the products are of the best quality.” said Runway Room Ambassador, Jodi.
Jodi embodies the Runway Room woman. She’s a natural beauty and exerts confidence – whether she’s wearing a full glam look, or her everyday minimal makeup, Jodi always looks gorgeous
We know you love keeping your makeup collection gorgeous and peachy.. alas, we've created a sleek, new product that will look good both in your stash AND on your face. Win-win? Actually, we've dropped FOUR new products.
Introducing our Quad Eye Shadow palettes, with each palette containing a combination of four different eyeshadows that work hand-in-hand with one another.
Why is this palette different to your regular makeup you ask? How much time do we have?
Its sleek, small, light and compact body makes it easy to store, and even easier to take with you 'on voyage'
The shadows are interchangeable, meaning if you 'hit pan' on a product, you can order the shade alone instead of waiting centuries to replace the entire palette. This one's for you, OCD.
100% MINERAL. Yes you read that right.. gone are the days of beauty coming at the cost of well, beauty. Some products that are being filled with harsh chemicals and other concoctions are doing you no favours. Rest assured that our mineral palettes contain naturally derived ingredients.
All the peace of mind that's synonymous with Runway Room; Made in Aus, not tested on animals, high quality and of course, high pigment. Run, don't walk.
Contains: Camouflage Eyeshadow, Snakeskin Eyeshdow, Chaps Eyeshadow and Soot Eyeshadow
A look designed for the bold, this dark, sultry green/camo look will draw attention to those gorgeous eyes and is a stunning go-to for a night out.
Click play to see this palette in action on the stunning Loucia.
This stunning, warm golden palette will be a desert-island product for absolutely everyone as it flatters a massive combination of complexions and eye colours. The neutrality of this palette also means that it's so wearable and versatile, and can easily be taken from day into night.
Click play to see how Demie sports this palette for Valentines Day!
The name says it all; this is for your bride who wants to be the soft, glowing goddess that nobody can take their eyes off. Its soft hues and pink shades will leave you looking effortless and still day-time appropriate. (Hint, you can still buy this palette if you're not a bride-to-be. We won't tell!)
Click play to see this ACTUAL Bride-To-Be (congratulations Jess!) wear this palette. Cue the champagne.
Contains: Dream Time Eyeshadow, Bridesmaid Eyeshadow, Pink Pearl Eyeshadow, Cab Say Eyeshadow
'Founders Favs' holds a dear place in Alex's heart, as it is indeed a selection of her favourite shades of the entire Runway Room range. Featuring pinks, purples and bronzes, this feminine palette is an absolute staple for anybody's kit. They really are our best selling shadow shades, and for very good reason. Thanks us later!
1) Jess, what made you want to get into Makeup Artistry?
I used to steal my younger cousins away to my bedroom at family gatherings and put makeup on them. By age 10 I was asking for cosmetics for my birthday and in my year 7 yearbook I said my dream job was a "makeup artist to the stars!", that idea never left me. I originally thought I would get into all areas of beauty as its been such a personal interest for me, but after I did a makeup course I realised thats all I wanted to do. I dont feel that doing makeup on someone is a job, its very enjoyable for me.
2) What do you think makes you stand out from other Makeup Artists?
I guess Im still pretty old school, I don't look at someone and think about ways I can contour and change their face to fit a trend. I look at them and think "what would I want to enhance and what would I want to disguise if I had this persons face". My goal is to make someone look as fresh and polished as possible and work within their style. Im always observing a clients clothes/handbag/hair to get a feel for the type of woman they are before I recommend a look for them.
3) What drew you to Runway Room?
I originally wanted to work for Runway Room as a freelance artist, I knew Alex had recently opened Hampton and was building her mobile team. Back then there werent many businesses providing that kind of work for independent makeup artists, and when I met Alex in person I just really liked her. So I was always keen to take any opportunity that came up.
4) Which RR products are your favourite?
Peach Punch blush is the best blush Ive ever used, and I also love our Summer Kiss bronzer, I use it on face body and eyes. Pink Flesh is a go to for dark circles, a good colour correcting concealer with the right consistency is hard to find on the market. I am also obsessed with Lip Prep, thats my desert island product for sure.
5) What has been your highest achievement in your career?
I feel like Im constantly learning in my job and Im often out of my comfort zone, my highest achievement has been pushing through those moments and getting better at things that have scared me at one time or another. 13 years ago the thought of a client asking for winged liner made me break out in a sweat, now I put a wing on anyone that will let me! I used to get really nervous doing demo's in front of a group, but since I have been teaching our academy I dont get nervous at all anymore and its actually my favourite part of the class.
6) What are you most looking forward to sharing in your workshop?
I look forward to showing everyone how simple yet effective a makeup can be when you choose the right product combinations, and use enough product. If theres one thing I see among beginner artists or the everyday woman is the fear of too much product. Thats often why the base looks patchy and worn by midday. A flawless base is what separates a professional application to an amateur one, but anyone can achieve a professional looking base if they follow the right steps :)