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24
10.2018
Blog / Events / Makeup

BORN TO DO THIS: Janica Sandy, JCI MUA Student & IMATS Winner

Born and raised in Guyana, the only English speaking country in South America, Janica Tamika Sandy moved to Vancouver on January 3rd, 2018 to start the Makeup Artistry Program at John Casablancas Institute on January 4th. Janica competed at the 2018 Vancouver IMATS this past weekend, the largest makeup trade-show. She was nominated to compete in the Battle of the Brushes: Beauty/Fantasy makeup category and placed third! Congratulations, Janica! MEET JANICA SANDY:  "Moving to Vancouver has been an amazing experience so far. I possess a passion...

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Davneet Dhillon,
28
09.2018
Blog / Features / Makeup

BORN TO DO THIS: JCI MAKEUP ARTISTRY GRADUATE KRISTA HANN

Born and raised in Newfoundland and Labrador, Krista Natasha Hann completed five years at post-secondary and studied at the Memorial University of Newfoundland as a Naval Architect. As much as she enjoyed the program, it didn't feel right. And so, Krista decided to follow her dreams of becoming a professional makeup artist and moved to Vancouver, B.C. "Moving here was terrifying at first, I never experienced half of the things I have experienced here, but I am so glad I made the move. I miss home but the opportunities here are endless and the people are...

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Davneet Dhillon,
17
01.2018
Blog / Events / Makeup

Kathleen Fowlstone: First Place at IMATS LA 2018

John Casablancas Institute Makeup Artistry graduate Kathleen Fowlstone and Founder of Little Monsters Studio and competed at the IMATS Battle of the Brushes 2018 Competition in Los Angeles and took home first place. Each year the International Makeup Trade Show (IMATS) is held to celebrate the makeup industry and allow recently graduated/graduating makeup students to compete against each other to win awards and prizes in the Battle of the Brushes. Kathleen competed at the Vancouver 2017 IMATS in the Beauty/Fantasy category and won second p...

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Davneet Dhillon,
12
01.2018
Blog / Makeup

Makeup Talk: 2017 A Year in Review

2017 was an amazing year for John Casablancas Institute Makeup Artistry graduates. From second and third place wins at IMATS Vancouver, to all that will inspire us to do creative makeup throughout the year. This year has seen JCI makeup artists leave their mark in all aspects of the industry. In 2017, Samantha Ravndahl partnered with MAC Cosmetics, Leigh Dickson with L'Oreal, Kimberley Margarita was in the top 6 finalists for the NYX Face Awards, and Samantha St. John did social media campaigns with Smashbox and Makeup Forever. The list of accol...

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Davneet Dhillon,
30
12.2017
Blog / Events

JCI Highlights of 2017

From makeup and hair goals, to lash extensions and fashion shows, 2017 has been a marvelous year full of opportunities for students and graduates of John Casablancas Institute. Here is a look at what our students and graduates have accomplished this year: Samantha Ravndahl X M.A.C Cosmetics  JCI Makeup Artistry graduate and beauty influencer Samantha Ravndahl had the opportunity to collaborate with MAC Cosmetics in creating her very own lipstick. The sheer-nude lipstick launched in April 2017 and was a huge success. LILLZKILLZ X Fashion Opportu...

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