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Natasha Huang

Make-up artist / Designer

Natasha is an award-winning professional make-up artist/designer, who was born in Taipei Taiwan.

Natasha came to London in 2003 to study at the London College of Fashion (University of the Arts London) and graduated in 2006 with a degree in 'Special effects Make-up (Film & TV)'.

After her graduation, she landed her first theatre job at Yellow Earth Theatre as Make-up & Hair Designer for the production of "King Lear" (a co-production with the Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre) which took her to work in Shanghai and Chongqing in China, and thereafter, the production toured Britain including at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stafford-upon-Avon where she had the honor to meet and chat with HRH Prince of Wales there in November 2006.

After 'King Lear', Natasha became a freelance make up artist and worked at the Royal Opera House (London), and the English National Opera (London Coliseum). For high standard theatre, she was involved in many big shows such as Aida and Madame Butterfly. She also worked on principle in the 'Monkey: Journey to the West (Opera)' production, which is directed by Chen Shi-zheng, with Damon Albarn composing the music.
 
Apart from theatre work, Natasha also carries out film work. She was a special effects supervisor for the English film “Patient 17'” in the UK. 
 
In May 2008, Natasha made a short film for BBC Video Nation, which you can view online.

She was also profiled in Sing Tao Daily (Europe) newspaper and the EU Chinese Journal and has written articles on make-up for Chinese Business Gazette (hua shang bao). She was the Chief Make-Up artist for a Senjem fashion show in London to which the Chinese ambassador was invited .
 
In 2007, Natasha was the Chief Make-up Artist for both the Miss China (UK) and Miss China (Europe) Beauty Pageants organised by Phoenix CNE TV.
 
In 2002, Natasha was awarded the best designer at the Taiwan National Make-up (Fantasy Category) held in Taipei, and in the same year, she stood for Taiwan attending the Olympics make up competition (Fantasy Category) which was held in Bangkok and was awarded a Silver Medal.

Professional Services
 
In addition to working in theatre and film, Natasha also freelances for fashion shows,  face painting,  stage hair and make up design, body painting,  weddings and all kinds of special effects make- up.
 
If you would like to discuss any of these services, please send an email to info@visiblechinese.com with her name and your enquiry.

Natasha is based in London but is happy to travel for work.

Note : If you'd like to contact Natasha Huang, please follow the instructions at the bottom of the Enquiries page.


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Updated on 23 November, 2008


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Dear Ms Huang My name is Nadine and I'm a features writer working for the South China Morning Post's Sunday magazine. I'd like to interview you for our Long Distance Call column. Are you free some time next week? Kind regards, Nadine

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  27/11/08  at  11:36 AM

It was nice to know about the progress made by Natasha by sheer hard work and dedication.

Posted by international makeup artist  on  29/04/09  at  09:29 AM

Hi just want to enquire about bridal make up and hair packages for end of August. And how much will you charge and trails? Thank you Michellee

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)  on  13/07/11  at  04:20 PM

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