Vogue.com wrote a piece about how Twitter has become a destination to get the inside scoop on makeup, fashion, and skincare from “beauty’s most influential personalities.” Among the makeup artists who made the list are Troy Surratt, Sam Fine, Gordon Espinet, Bobbi Brown and me! I’ve looked up to the other makeup artists on the list for a long time. I’m thrilled and honored to be mentioned among them.
They say, “Before it’s in fashion, it’s in Vogue.” If that’s the case, then before it’s on Google, is it @VogueMagazine? The only way to find out is to follow them on Twitter. Click the link below for the full story and to get the Twitter handles for the folks in beauty you should be following, as well as the team at Vogue who make it all happen.
If you aren’t already, please follow me!
–Andrew Sotomayor is a celebrity makeup artist in New York who’s worked with Juliette Binoche, Kerry Washington, Alicia Silverstone, Saffron Burrows, Natasha Bedingfield, Nina Garcia, Rose Byrne, Piper Perabo, Mamie Gummer, Mickey Sumner, Nora Zehetner, Isaac Mizrahi, Justin Kirk, Jonathan Groff, Beau Biden and champion boxer Andre Berto. His clients have appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Project Runway, The Today Show, The CBS Early Show, The Rachel Ray Show, Live with Regis & Kelly, and CNN. He’s created the makeup for look books for Proenza Schouler, Behnaz Sarafpour, Victoria Beckham’s denim and eyewear collections, keyed the Simon Spurr runway show, and assisted on fashion shows including Dior, Diesel, Marchesa, and Project Runway. Magazines like Marie Claire, Latina, Shape, InStyle, Glamour, People, and numerous blogs have interviewed him, and he’s appeared on television for Access Hollywood. Andrew is a regular guest speaker at The High School of Fashion Industries in New York. See his work at DramaFreeMakeup.com