“Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I love my brows!! I feel like my face is now complete!! You did a terrific job and definitely worth flying across the country for, even in the blizzard! You are a magician! Sincerely, Marianna (Toronto, Ont.)”
Nestled in a unique building in South Granville, award winning Makeup FX artist Shauna Magrath has been a part of the beauty and film industry for over 20 years. Her work has received both Emmy and Leo honors and has been featured on Vancouver’s Breakfast Television, Canada’s W Network, the Oprah Winfrey Channel, and as well in notable publications like Fangoria, Inked Magazine and Crave Vancouver. To this date Shauna has worked on over 50 film productions for every major studio in Hollywood, with a wide variety of A-List celebrities such as Meg Ryan, Hillary Duff, and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
For the past 5 years, Shauna has focused her energy helping people as the owner of Beauty Ink® Gallery, Vancouver, Canada’s foremost permanent make-up boutique since 2008. In 2010 and 2013 Shauna was a finalist for Entrepreneur of the Year. Beauty Ink® has a widely sought after reputation, attracting international clientele from as far away as Singapore, Ecuador, all across Canada and the US. It’s very important to Shauna to annually upgrade her education and further her skills, and as well guest speak at educational conferences to share her knowledge and sought after techniques with her industry peers.
Shauna makes a conscious effort to donate her skills to an array of charities, including the Canadian Cancer Society’s “Look Good Feel Better” Program and Daffodil Ball, the Red Cross, the Salvation Army, Children’s We Care, plus many more. As a member of several notable organizations such as IATSE 891 film union, the BC Beauty Council, The American Academy of Micro-pigmentation, The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals, The Canadian Federation for Independent Business, Shauna has continued to share her knowledge by mentoring students from all across the globe. Her passion is undeniable and her work speaks for its self.