Jazz is a Sydney-based eyebrow artist and educator who is re-defining the ways in which women shape their brows with an extensive A-list client list which includes Paula Abdul, Naomi Watts, Jessica Mauboy, Samantha Harris, and Network Ten’s Natarsha Belling.
A regular at Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival for the past 9 years working as a brow and make-up artist, Jazz is regularly asked to speak at Beauty Expo’s around Australia and New Zealand on her theory of Brow Shaping, which I have no doubt you would recognise her face, (or rather her lush curly hair!) behind camera as their roving reporter.
Jazz and I are pretty much cut from the same cloth in terms of diving deep in our chat and we found ourselves going down the rabbit hole of psychology, mindset and human behaviour super early on in this conversation where Jazz speaks openly about comparison and imposter syndrome, as well as the reality of being a business owner.
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