Emma Day

Emma Day initially pursued a career as as fashion stylist in her teens after moving to London from Suffolk at age 17. She worked as a first assistant to legendary ID fashion editor and jeweler, Judy Blame. She subsequently changed her career to be first assistant to makeup artist, Lisa Eldridge in London in the late ‘90s to then become an established editorial and red carpet makeup artist having been regularly in demand in both Europe and the U.S. to her celebrity clientele. Emma’s signature makeup style is to enhance her clients’ natural beauty in a radiant and polished way and she favors a lighter touch to bring out the best in her subjects.