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Holly Mordini

Vice President - Global Artistry

Smashbox Studios

HQ Phone:  (310) 237-1200

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Smashbox Studios

8538 Warner Drive

Culver City, California,90232

United States

Company Description

Smashbox Studios is a premier photo and film studio in Los Angles that regularly hosts photo shoots, film shoots and events for photographers, producers and celebrities. Davis and Dean Factor, great-grandsons of Hollywood cosmetics legend Max Factor, founded S...more

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Employment History

Founder and Chief Creative Officer

Stroke of Beauty


Vice President

Global Artistry


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Cosmetic Tips | Lasair Aesthetic Health

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If, despite your best efforts, a breakout occurs anyway, makeup artist Holly Mordini suggests hitting the pimple with a few drops of Visine to constrict blood vessels (yes, the stuff that "gets the red out" of burning eyes will also get the red out of your blemish), then pat lightly with a concealer matched to your skin tone.
"Press the concealer into the blemish and feather around it. Add a bit of powder on cotton ball and press it on as well, because it's that layering process that works best to hide a blemish," says Mordini, vice president of global artistry for the Los Angeles-based Smashbox Cosmetics.


lasair.com

If, despite your best efforts, a breakout occurs anyway, makeup artist Holly Mordini suggests hitting the pimple with a few drops of Visine to constrict blood vessels (yes, the stuff that "gets the red out" of burning eyes will also get the red out of your blemish), then pat lightly with a concealer matched to your skin tone.
"Press the concealer into the blemish and feather around it. Add a bit of powder on cotton ball and press it on as well, because it's that layering process that works best to hide a blemish," says Mordini, vice president of global artistry for the Los Angeles-based Smashbox Cosmetics.


www.crutchfielddermatology.com

That's the advice of Smashbox Cosmetic's director of global artistry, Holly Mordini.
"Using the right brushes, the right application tools-it's key to making the products go on the way they are intended and to give you the look that you want. For a professional makeup artist, the tools are as important as the products. says Mordini, who has painted and puffed some of Hollywood's most famous faces. What constitutes the "right" tools? Brushes should be soft and feel gentle on the skin, but also have substance so the product can be moved to the surface of your skin. If you dip a brush in shadow or blush and the color falls off before you make it to your face, that's a bad brush, experts say. If you don't know what to buy, you can't go wrong if you purchase the tools sold with a high-quality beauty line, Mordini says. Most, she says, are created to give your application a professional touch and to work best with each product in the line. "It also makes putting on makeup incredibly easy, plus it's often what sets apart women who have the 'professional makeup look' and those that don't," she says.


Health News Today « Stewart Memorial

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Holly Mordini, vice president of global artistry and education, Smashbox Cosmetics.


www.kraseybeauty.com

To say that I got a bit ferklempt when I spotted the flawless Holly Mordini of Smashbox is a vast understatement.
Holly and Smashbox have always had a special place in my heart, and I recall watching and learning from her as far back as my late teens. Bright, warm, and incredibly knowledgeable, Holly felt like a kindred spirit. Oh, and can we also discuss how stunning she is?! Holly showed me some of the newest Smashbox QVC exclusives, and I am already in love.


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