Elissa Gia takes out Vic’s top makeup award
Elissa Gia has hit the pinnacle of her profession after her business ellie makeup was named the winner of the 2012 prestigious makeup award
Elissa Gia has hit the pinnacle of her profession after her business ellie makeup was named the winner of the 2012 prestigious makeup award for their consistent achievement of designing the perfect face by the Australian Bridal Industry Academy.
Launched in 2001, by founder and director, Elissa Gia, ellie makeup was created for those searching for the elite and most sought after makeup service. Specialising in bridal make-up, ellie makeup has been featured in magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Melbourne Bride and are the preferred artists and products for hairdressers Toni and Guy.
A mobile service, ellie makeup offers brides to be a one-on-one consultation so the team at ellie makeup can create a personalised makeup colour palette and makeup style using our fabulous brand to suit you all in your own home.
ellie makeup pride themselves on exceptional products and service in quality, a personalised style and attention to detail to help you achieve a perfectly flawless, long-lasting yet natural makeup look for any occasion.
For more information and to contact Elissa visit www.elliemakeup.com.au or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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