PAINT, POWDER AND PERSISTENCE
Despite years of naysayers claiming impossibilty to maintain a thriving career based in Atlanta, GA., Yolonda Frederick-Thompson has broken all the rules! Her work keeps her globe-hopping all over the U.S., Europe, South America, Asia, Africa, Australia and the Caribbean. She remains a creative force in entertainment since launching Yolonda’s Face Value, Inc., a make-up and beauty imaging business in 1998. Yolonda first fell in love with makeup while attending Central Methodist University where she earned her BA in Communications and Theater. She went on to refine her craft through on-going education wit h industry giant, Avedawhile working as a Senior Master Make-up Artist and Show Team member withthe highly celebrated Van Michael Salons for more than 7 years. She set the tone for her burgeoning freelance career by breaking into the scene as the one of the Key Makeup Artist to the Grammy Award winning Trio TLC!
Yolonda took her time to make me look like a better version of myself instead of a carbon copy of everyone else.
There is no comparison. Yolonda Frederick is the best of the best. Her knowledge, care and professionalism is above and beyond anything I have ever seen before. I can't believe what a difference there is in my skin with her tips I have put to use!
Her great expertise and knowledge of applying makeup perfect for my face and complexion.....shes an absolute icon in my personal opinion
Her professionalism and skillset is unmatched.
My typical process for working with a new customer is to initiate an introductory consultation. This way I have a good idea about their needs and what they are comfortable with trying.
I have a background in theater with a degree in communications and theater. This is where I was first introduced to theatrical makeup. I honed my craft through extensive training in an Aveda concept salon for many years where I moved up to Senior Master Makeup Artist. I began freelancing in 1998 and have working in video, TV and print photography
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