Priscilla Perez is a multi-faceted professional artist from New York City, whose experience in music, art, theatre, photography, and drafting has garnered them work in makeup for over 12 years. Being disciplined in the arts since childhood has bolstered Priscilla to lean into their creativity with ridiculous curiosity.
With their elaborate and eccentric style, Priscilla infuses a custom-blend of references between the ’60s-’00s among music, fashion, tv/film, queer culture, pop culture, and their personal Latin roots from their mental Rolodex to execute their looks. As a visual learner, the constant inundation of these references really pushed Priscilla to rebel artistically.
From an engagement shoot with Rachel Brosnahan, off-beat music videos with NVDES, red carpet moments with Grace Aki, working in cosmetics, tv/film, to body paintings with Laurel Charelston and MILK the drag queen, Priscilla enjoys finessing through multiple makeup mediums because they enjoy all aspects that makeup lends itself to.
Priscilla is currently working in fashion, editorial, runway, e-comm, and production. Among the brands they work for are Oscar de la Renta, BAPE, Heron Preston, Victor Glemaud, PUMA, and Bombas. Along with their makeup work, they are also working in creative direction and photography for their personal projects. Above all else, Priscilla believes in authenticity and is focused on drawing it out in their makeup.
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