Getting to know the Beautyfix Panel: Makeup Artist Liza Zaretsky

By Jenna

As you all know, one of the amazing aspects of Beautyfix is being able to work with so many amazing industry professionals. From near and far, they’ve worked with celebrities, created timeless looks and been innovators with colors and textures. It’s their expertise that helps us give you the latest and greatest products the season has to offer. I’m thrilled to introduce one of our newest members of the Beautyfix panel, Ms. Liza Zaretsky. She brings a lifetime of passion for beauty and the vision of a true makeup artist to Beautyfix and we’re thrilled to have her on the panel!

Liza Zaretsky’s love of all that is beauty started early on as a child, spending her extracurricular time studying the faces of models and celebrities. At the ripe age of 18, she went to work for Shu Uemura in LA to master the meticulous techniques of makeup application. After a move to New York shortly after, she worked as a resident makeup artist for brands like Stila, MAKEUP FOREVER, Shu Uemura and Kevyn Aucoin while contributing to fashion designers like Calvin Klein, Diane Von Furstenburg and Donna Karan. She made the move back to LA in 2008 has been in demand ever since. She’s worked on countless campaigns for giants like Cover Girl, Avon and Victoria’s Secret. Her makeup work has also graced the red carpet on the faces of Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Julianne Moore, Katy Perry, The Kardashian’s, Marissa Miller, Katie Holmes, Penelope Cruz and so many more.

Getting down to the goods, we asked her…

What’s your most memorable experience in the beauty industry?

“Last February I got to work on an epic photoshoot. I grew up in the 80′s and 90′s and I was (and still am) OBSESSED with fashion magazines and knew the names of all the key players. So when I got the chance to work with Photographer Peter Lindbergh, Hair stylist Didier Malige, makeup artist Fulvia Farolfi, and model Arizona Muse, for Vogue magazine I was ecstatic. I actually cried on my way home when it was over, thinking about how the teenage me would have been so proud. I will always cherish that experience, it lived up to all my expectations and then some.”

What do you love about being in the beauty industry?

“I think my favorite thing about the industry is that it touches on so many aspects of society- art, science, business, nature, and psychology.

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