*Bio coming soon!
Hey girl hey! My name is Selma Sosa. I've been a makeup artist since 2012. I'm a lover of all things makeup and just the feeling and excitement it brings to people. I've worked for Mac Cosmetics, Benefit Cosmetics, IT Cosmetics, ULTA,& Sephora. I'm really passionate about my makeup artistry and making you feel GORGEOUS!
*I'm fluent in Spanish and Sarcasm
I've been fascinated with hair since I was a little girl. I remember spending the night with my Grandma as child and thinking she had the longest hair I had ever seen! She always wore it in a bun, so I would wake up at 5am just to play with it before she would have to put it up. I just loved brushing and braiding it while she drank coffee & talked about the day. Now I have 20 years of experience behind the chair working with clients, brides, and wedding parties. I am a life long student constantly learning & sharpening my skills to stay current on the latest trends. My passion is creating a stunning look for each girl on such an important day. I enjoy working closely with my clients whether it's creating a romantic wispy updo, or a classic chignon. The moment they sit in my chair, my mission is to give them their dream hair!
After conquering the makeup world in San Antonio, doing makeup for everyone from the San Antonio Spurs Silver Dancers to various Tejano music stars, Sara packed up her bags and moved to Los Angeles. It was while spending time mentoring under some of the industries biggest artists including, Sharon Gault and Scott Barns, Sara began making her own waves in the world of beauty. During her 13 years in Los Angeles she spent time working and traveling with Prince, Nick Cannon ,Carmen Electra, Eric McCormack, Danny Trjeo, and Paris Hilton, just to name a few. She was also the department head to several independent films including American Son, an official selection of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. Sara's style is fresh and beautiful; always seeing the true beauty in whomever is sitting in her chair, she makes it her constant goal to only enhance what is already there.