Glauca has influenced many of the world’s most celebrated make-up artists. To those who know her, it should come as no surprise that such a visionary has gone beyond the boundaries of Earth to draw inspiration from the far reaches of the universe. Her passion for make-up artistry, superior quality cosmetics and the excitement of space exploration have all led directly to her newest cosmetics line, Satellite3.
“The colours reflect the comets, planets and stars” explains Glauca “and our luminous powders accent the body and offer stunning highlights for the eyes and cheeks”.
Inspired by her love of the astronomy, the advances of space exploration and the need for a healthy environment, the Satellite3 range is available in recyclable containers, no bigger than the palm of your hand and, of course, shaped like spacecraft.
Glauca Rossi – where has she come from?
Glauca’s reputation has been built in the pages of earth media like Vogue, Harpers & Queen and Elle. Her work has been embraced by visionary designers such as Valentino, Katherine Hamnet and David and Elizabeth Emmanuel. She has created make-up designs for photographers like Norman Parkinson and Bruce Weber. And many celebrities and models have been blessed with the Glauca Rossi touch – check it out next time you communicate with Naomi Campbell, Jerry Hall, Jane Seymour or Meg Ryan.
Many people will have met Glauca through her London School of Fashion and Photographic Make-up, which has earned a reputation for innovation, creativity and technical skill. The school takes a uniquely trusting approach, seeing work as an expression of individuality.
You will find graduates of the Glauca Rossi School of Make-up working in all aspects of the make-up industry, from fashion to cosmetic retail management.
If you’re interested in finding out more, lift off at www.glaucarossi.com