Discover the stories that make up our Blanche World.
Mexico's go-to Fashion Makeup Artist
Leo Award nominated Costume Designer
LUSH's HQ Visual Merchandiser
One of Vancouver’s most influential bloggers
Hair talent featured in Allure and Teen Vogue
Hennessey Salon and Spa's new talent
Owner of Parlour Beauty Boutique
Karlie Kloss, Janice Joostema, Jacob Tremblay
Owner and Esthetician, Manscape Spa
International Spa Director, Portugal, Maldives, Tokyo
Christine Palylyk, Jennifer Bowles, and Gwen De La Costa
Laura Sanchez is a living example of the wondrous things that come from fearlessly and relentlessly chasing your passion. Laura has built a life around her passions, which have now become her profession.
Superstar Film and TV Makeup Artist Jenna Servatius was recognized for her brilliance by winning the Daytime Emmy Award for her work on children's favourite Odd Squad, beating household names like Live With Kelly, The View and The Talk.
Fresh faced and humbly confident, Andrea offers a huge smile from her red-slicked lips immediately upon meeting me. Her rolled ‘r’s and charming Spanish accent make every word so melodious, it’s hard not to be hypnotized once she begins speaking of her native Guadalajara, Mexico and her passion for her artistry.
Happily squeezed in between two friends, head crowned in sunglasses and limbs bared to the mounting heat of a hot summer’s day, Caitlyn Dixon seems your average twenty-two year old headed to the beach.
For Blanche Macdonald Makeup graduate Sharon Rai, every day is a labour of love. The lavish ado of marriage was once youth’s sweetest daydream; now, that daydream has grown into the swoon-inducing reality of her workaday, as Canada’s premier bridal Makeup and Hair Artist.
Natacha Trottier’s artistry speaks for itself. She’s a two-time 1st Place Winner at Vancouver’s prestigious Art World Expo Body Painting Competition. She’s worked on commercial campaigns and corporate shoots for major brands and organisations.
A mantelpiece full of Awards for Top Bridal Makeup Artist Jayna Marie hasn’t changed the Blanche Macdonald graduate-turned-instructor's approach to her work in the slightest. It’s still always all about the bride.