Diana’s educational background started at Dawn Til Dusk with a well rounded course in makeup. She extended her education after working her first job in Sephora and finding that she enjoyed skin care. She became a freelance artist with Make Up For Ever and went to Christine Valmay where she received her esthetician license. She also became part of L’Oreal Pro team where she has worked on different projects like Latin Film festival, and Tribeca film festival. The adventure truly takes off all the way to Paris where she studied Special effects makeup and Prosthetics at Make Up For Ever Paris Academy.
Diana’s work has appeared on publications such as, Paper Magazine, Vibe, US Weekly, People Magazine, Canon, Mary Kay. Being a Hispanic makeup artist has also made her the ideal candidate to visualize upcoming beauty trends that are publicized in People en Español and featured on media TV like Desperate America on Univision, Tu Desayuno Alegre and other spanish media and blogs. She has also given tutorials and makeup tips for makeup blogs, Self Magazine, and 101 hairstyling. Throughout the years, she has built a reputable name and worked on many fashion shows, commercials, and editorials. Fashions shows like, Victoria’s Secrets, Versace for H&M, Ralph Lauren, DKNY, Calvin Klein, Mara Huffman, Cynthia Rowley and many more where she has assisted renowned makeup artists. On the right night you might even catch her work on Broadway’s Mary Poppins where she is an understudy makeup artist. Some of her current projects includes a collaboration with Mary Kay who she has partnered with to help women who have experienced domestic violence throughout the US.