Essential on-set crew accessories designed to ease the lives of make-up artists and busy girls on the go. Developed by OSCAR and BAFTA Nominated make-up artist Beverley Binda and Val Ackrill who have called on their years of on-set experience to create innovative products.
MAKE-UP BRUSH CLEANERS
Cleanse, disinfect and condition in one pot.
We make-up artists need to keep our brushes and sponges in tip top condition. Good quality brushes need to be looked after and cleaned regularly to prevent the build up of oils and waxes that go mouldy. So if you want to banish germs it’s worth investing in professional make up brush cleaners with antibacterial properties.
OSCA’s Make-up brush cleaners are based on Rice Bran oil which is lightweight and fragrance free, so delicately conditions brushes and sponges without leaving a residue.
Then we added essential oils to formulate an effective cleansing action.
Available in three fragrances. Tea Tree – naturally antiseptic for a sterilising cleanse, Citronella – an antibacterial conditioning cleanser and Aromatic Lavender & Rosemary – an all round cleanser
Forget rusting tins or disposable bottles our silicone pots are designed exclusively for us, they are robust and re-useable. Empty? just rinse out, slot in refill tablet and you are ready to go.
The nodules on the underside of the lid create a cleaning pad while the sleek and brightly coloured container is easy to carry, easy to find, easy to use whether on the film set, in Make-up trailer, or globetrotting.
MAGNETIC HAIRPIN HOLDER
Durable, water-resistant and magnetic. This expandable silicone bracelet hugs the wrist while the multi directional magnetic pad keeps pins and grips in easy reach, leaving your hands free for dressing hair. One size fits all.
OSCA is delighted to recommend make-up brushes by The Make-up Brush Company. As the tools of our trade these are top professional quality, soft and durable and a treat to use. Love them.
Once upon a time there were two girls who decided, quite independently, to become make-up Artists…
Having fulfilled my ambition to join the BBC make up school, I went on to work for BBC Wales and BBC Birmingham for over 11 years. A fantastic experience which I will always treasure.
In the early nineties I joined LWT where I was nominated for a BAFTA. Television has been my area, although I have worked as a film daily.
But as any make up artist knows whatever field you choose, you never stop learning and that’s a good thing, it’s what makes our industry exciting and innovative.
An OSCAR nomination alongside other BAFTA and Emmy industry awards are professional highlights, but a long way from where I started.
When I was 7 my friend and I used Smarties for make-up. Fast forward to many years later and after a 2yr course at London College of Fashion I went on to train at the BBC Make-up School which is where I met Val; we were trainees together.
Out of make-up school I worked at BBC Wales and BBC London on a huge variety of programmes and so from trainee I progressed to Make-up Artist.
I had the best time and stayed for 9 years constantly being taught, challenged to learn new techniques as film quality and products change. I left the BBC and went freelance in 1990 and continue to work in Films, Commercials & Music.
We’ve joined forces again to create
On-set Crew Accessories
Tilt Professional Make-up. 21 Ferdinand St, London NW1 8EU
020 7485 0500