ROSHAR WORKSHOP & LIVE DEMO
Transforming His Model Into An Editorial Masterpiece
EI’s Insider PRO Series goes one step further by connecting EI students & alumni with the makeup artists who have helped, or are continuing to, shape the makeup industry. The Industry Insider PRO series allows artists to share their journey, provide industry knowledge from a unique perspective, and demo the techniques that they are known for.
Sunday August 12th, 2018
11am to 2pm
6767 Sunset Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Roshar is an an international makeup artist, based in both New York and Los Angeles, with work featured in VOGUE, Harpers BAZAAR, ELLE, GLAMOUR, and InStyle magazine, among many other publications.
Originally from a small town in Texas, Roshar left home at the young age of 15, and began doing makeup to pay the rent. He soon developed the skill and unconventional style, that has lead him where he is today.
Since early childhood Roshar had a fascination with painting and fashion. Immersed in the underground club scene of the late 80s and early 90s, Roshar explored the world of role play and costumes, that further complemented his unusual way of looking at things.
As a platform artist, Roshar has worked on makeup presentations not only in the U.S but also in Moscow, Ukraine, Philippines, Toronto, Singapore and Japan.
Known for flawless skin and meticulous attention to detail, Roshar’s work has become instantly recognizable. Some of his clients include MAKE UP FOR EVER, CoverGirl, Paul Mitchell, L’Oreal, Wella, and YABY Cosmetics.
Founded in 1966 in the heart of Hollywood, California, E.I. continues to be an innovative voice in the makeup industry offering an extensive hands-on education in all areas of makeup including beauty, corrective, theatrical/live performance, high fashion photographic, television, film and special effects makeup.
At that time, EI’s faculty was comprised of working makeup professionals who saw the lack of makeup artists in the growing entertainment industry. Apprenticeship was the usual way that makeup professionals passed on their art. However, the problem was that each makeup artist would only have one or two at most. In contrast to the system of apprenticeships practiced at that time, these professionals provided much-needed makeup artistry training in a school environment.