Olivia Todd – Hampshire celebrity makeup artist

An alumnus of Winchester’s very own Peter Symonds College, and graduate in fashion journalism from University of the Creative Arts, and London’s renowned  Glauca Rossi School of Makeup. Olivia began her career working for London’s premier glossy fashion magazines and global PR companies gaining a thorough grounding in the beauty industry through her work on multiple editorial shoots for prestigious fashion and beauty brands. 

Olivia, is an all-round beauty expert, equally at home as both a celebrity makeup artist and journalist. She regularly contributes her expertise to national publications including Grazia, Sheerluxe, Femail, and Fabulous Magazine, sharing her ultimate beauty secrets. 

Her extensive experience as a leading makeup artist includes TV’s Strictly Come Dancing, Britain’s Next Top Model, Reuter’s News, ITV This Morning, Children In Need.  Editorial shoots with glossy magazines and newspapers; OK! Magazine, Fabulous, Grazia. Fashion and beauty campaigns with Superdrug, Panache, ASOS,  Skincare by Hyram, and Procter & Gamble, as well as London Fashion Week. Her attention to detail and ability to create flawless and glamorous makeup with minimal product has meant that Olivia is in demand for London’s elite, as well as for fashion, media, and bridal work across the South East.

Olivia is a leading advocate for the natural makeup movement and loves to use luxury organic, clean, and sustainable products which is why being the makeup artist for the Reburberry showcase in collaboration with Winchester’s homeless shelter perfectly aligns with her core values as a makeup artist. 

She is renowned in the bridal, editorial, and media world for creating beautiful glowing and skin-centric makeup, and regularly trains makeup artists in her signature looks.  This year she is working with Winchester School of Art for Winchester Fashion Week.

Olivia will be the lead makeup designer for the graduate fashion show taking place at WSA on Thursday 15th July.

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