Make-up is very much about the individual, how they see themselves and how they would like to see themselves. What makes one person happy and confident might be totally inappropriate for someone else. For Eva its very important to listen to her clients and get as much information as possible in order to design and apply the make-up.
In her salon Eva does day, evening, and bridal make-up. She finds the last one most ambitious, but also emotional. When she builds trust with her clients and at the end she sees a happy smile of a woman who is about to get married, she feels that her job is done perfectly. Choosing Eva as a sensitive specialist to boost your beauty for crucial moment in your life, is a very wise move.
Amazing make-up for photo sessions
Eva Doszczak is not only exceptionally qualified beautician and make-up artist, but strongly stands out from other professionals in her business, with her creativity, positive energy and experience in artistic projects. She works with talented photographers and stylists in fashion and fantasy dream world photo sessions. No matter if it is a creepy undertaker, horror zombie or female soldier, the final effect of Eva's characterizations are always amazing. She is very happy about taking part in extraordinary sessions with such photographers as Lotta van Droom or Sean McCormack. Many beautiful pictures from those sets were published in: Connacht Tribune, The Vitti Fashion Magazine, Whim Online Magazine, KEEL Magazine, Ondine Magazine, Irish Examiner, Galway Now Magazine.
Great energy on movie sets
Eva's brand and skills are well known and respected among Irish indie movie industry. She loves the energy and vibe on a film set, and film set loves her in return. Actors, even those more demanding, just feel good with her – some of them read their script lines out loud during make-up preparation. Eva proved her craft in number of short movies like „Still life”, "Family Business" by Oisin Mac Coille,„Twice Dead. Once Removed” by Kevin Glynn, „Arscath Le Cheile” by Aisha Taylor. Some of the titles were awarded at various film festivals in Ireland. She delivered high quality performance in documentaries like „Farewell To Music” and „Educogym” directed by Cathal O’Cuaig, and a feature movie „Point Of No Return” directed by Kevin Glynn.
As a music fan Eva also enjoyed doing make-up in music video clips. A great example of her work is video for Irish folk metal group Na Cruithne. The main character in the video was meant to look like a homeless man. After Eva's magic ingredients and artistry this bearded guy seemed to be a part-time savage living in the woods for past few years.
Eva also has a impressive portfolio of commercial productions including promo videos for The gHotel and The Connacht Hotel.