#109 Tasha Reiko Brown: Authentic Artistry
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How needed was Seyi’s episode last week, she spoke nothing but the absolute truth in last week’s episode. If you missed it, Abeg circle back.
Today’s guest is the incredibly talented Tasha Reiko Brown. Tasha is a Los Angeles based Celebrity make-up artists whose hands have been blessed to create beautiful, effortless work on the faces of Alicia Keys, Yara Shahidi, Tracee Ellis Ross, Logan Laurice Browning and Michael B Jordan to name but a few! Her work can be found in The New York Times, Glamour, GQ, and The Hollywood Reporter.
In today’s episode, Tasha shares the important difference between a make-up artist and a technician. She explains why there’s room for more voices in the industry. We discover how she still uses creativity and art as a form of self-care and expression. It’s so good I can’t wait for you to hear it!
I wasn’t ready for the joy Tasha gave me this episode. She’s the absolute coolest and is really about helping out the next wave of talent to come through so make sure you tell your aspiring makeup artists friend to listen and hit her up on Instagram @TashaReikoBrown on Instagram.
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