The Trinidad Guardian /
The Ephraim Hunte International Makeup Academy’s (EHIMA) south series was a resounding success for the class of 12 female participants.
The event culminated in a graduation ceremony which was executed in lavish style by the students. The theme It’s a Gala Affair, included a variation of topics from “Goth Glam” to “60’s Glam,” with each student delivering works of art featuring their individual creations and artistic style, for their graduation’s final, practical assessment.
Point Fortin’s General Beauty Makeup (GBMA) graduate Tasha Kele Roach-Preddie, took the duality prize of “Best Model and Student Overall.” Her topic Bollywood-Inspired Glam channelled the symbiotic fusion of Ganges meets the Nile with the beauty and culture of T&T.
Rousillac’s Whitney J Prescott (GBMA), emerged victorious with the prize of, “Best Make-up/Total Look”. Her interpretation of the topic Androgynous Diva was described by the judges as a difficult one to put together.
Another South GBMA graduate (2017), Ms. Natasha Bissoon, received EHIMA’s Student Scholarship Award for its Advanced Makeup Artistry programme for outstanding service to the organization.
Corinna-Jay Joseph, a GBMA graduate, received EHIMA’s “Student of Merit” Award.
“Mr Hunte is a magician…what he does with makeup is purely magical…he has transformed our lives,” said Serah Maniram, EHIMA GBMA 2018 graduate.
The judges were Makeisha Augustine and Marisa Gangasingh, Ephraim Hunte-De La Chevrotiere.
Guest speaker was Roaxanne Harnarayan, a veteran beauty professional.
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