Let the face blessings begin! Makeup artist Patrick Ta is getting into the beauty game with his very own self-entitled beauty brand, Patrick Ta! This is beyond exciting being that Ta has worked with some of the most beautiful faces, supermodels and singers in the world.
His makeup rap sheet includes doing looks for: Rihanna, Joan Smalls, Lais Ribeiro, Jordyn Woods and Chanel Iman. You know, just to name a few. Plus, his glamorous work has also been featured on/in Vogue, ELLE, Harper’s Bazaar and Women’s Health.
As one can see, Patrick Ta knows beauty and now he wants to help every woman in the world feel absolutely amazing. Therefore, what can consumers look forward to and what will the Patrick Ta beauty brand be all about?
Patrick Ta Beauty is Launching with SERIOUS Glow Implications
Patrick took to social media to tease his fans with a first look at one of his products. Without giving a name or actually naming the product; Ta sent fans into a tizzy. The video featured a model with an immense dewy glow like someone managed to bottle up the summer season! Here is a few preview shots of the “glow” product on the model, that Ta is preparing to drop.
That shine though! Nevertheless, what inspired Patrick to start his own brand anyway? He says,
“I have always gravitated toward women. When I decided to create my beauty brand, Patrick Ta for HER, I wanted to create makeup that made women feel confident and beautiful in their own skin; in the same that women make me feel.
HER to me is my mom, my sister, my clients, and my best friends. They are who gave me confidence, a career and a voice. This is for HER.”
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