Australian Makeup Industry Awards

The Australian Make Up Industry Awards (AMIA) are the only

National Independent Creative & Business Awards in the Make Up Industry

and will soon be seen as the benchmark of excellence.


2018 FINALISTS ANNOUNCED


FINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR THE INAUGURAL AUSTRALIAN MAKE UP INDUSTRY AWARDS ON JUNE 11th 2018

A strong panel of national and International Industry experts recently spent approximately 3 weeks scrutinising over almost 100 entries in the first ever Australian Make Up Industry Awards to reach the highly anticipated finalist selection.

In its inaugural year the Australian Make Up Industry Awards are set to representone of the highest accolades within the industry and honour the best of the bestin both creative and business categories.

Winners in the 2018 Australian Make Up Industry Awards will be announced at afirst ever Industry night incorporating the AMIA’s on Sunday 29thJuly in Brisbane at Cloudland, on the first night of the Brisbane hair and Beauty Expo (BHBE).

The 2018 Hall of Fame Recipient, will also be announcedon the night as will the overall AMIA Make Up Artist of the Year and the Peoples Choice Award winner, chosen from votes made at the BHBE from all finalist collections.

Tickets are $150 with include a 4 hour beverage and canapes package

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THE 2018 AMIA FINALISTS


AMIA Artist of the Year

Sponsored by Mocha Publishing

To be announced on the night


Make Up Icon of the Year

Sponsored by Stageline

Nominated Category



Peoples Choice Award

Sponsored by Brisbane Hair and Beauty Exhibition

Voted Category


Bridal/Formal Make Up Artist of the Year

Sponsored by Crown Bushes

Alex Ouston Beauty

Kenneth Higgins

Diana Cheetham | Bridal / Formal

Elizabeth Crossley

Emily Terry

Isabelle De Vries

Kristin Martin

Kristina Sarah Persichini

Nadia Duca Bridal

Sheri Vegas


High Fashion/Editorial Make Up Artist of the Year

Sponsored by Bodyography

Bernice Mansfield

Charlotte Ravet

Christina Rodio

Isabelle De Vries

Karen Anne

Nadia Duca

Natasha Warren

Rachel Montgomery

Sarah Baxter

Shannon Jennings

Tanya Guccione

Vikki Aldridge


Fantasy Make Up Artist of the Year

Sponsored by Laukrom

Erica Coffey

Cassie Harris

Christina Rodio Makeup Artist

Emilia-Maria Krenzel

Katie Smallmon


Screen/TV Make Up Artist of the Year

Sponsored by Crown Bushes

Helen Magelaki

Simone Lee


Special Effects/Simulation Make Up Artist of the Year

Sponsored by Maqpro

Cassie Harris

Helen Magelaki

Katie Smallmon


Best Make Up Business Thinker of the Year

Sponsored by Beauty Biz

Lyndle Bryan

Michelle Dube

Sheri Vegas


Best Make Up Educator of the Year – Individual

Sponsored by Smitten Cosmetics

Candice Hickson

Charlotte Ravet

Best Make Up Educator of the Year – Organisation

Sponsored by Maqpro

Cameron Jane Make-Up Design

TAFE NSW Ultimo


Best Self Created Independent Make Up Brand of the Year

Sponsored by Laud Magazine

Morgan Annie Cosmetics

Long Lashes

Make Up Weapons