Hiromi Ueda lands Armani Global MUA role
London-based makeup artist Hiromi Ueda has been named as the Global Makeup Artist at Armani, succeeding Linda Cantello who is leaving the role after 15 years.
For the last six months, she has worked as guest makeup artist at the Armani Privé couture and Giorgio Armani and Emporio Armani shows and recent marketing campaigns.
Born in Osaka, Japan, Hiromi Ueda studied in the UK before beginning her journey as an MUA at Westminster College in London. She gained experience assisting Alex Box, Diane Kendal and Petros Petrohilos.
Commenting on Instagram, Hiromi Ueda says:
“I am absolutely thrilled to be joining Armani Beauty as the Global Makeup Artist. I am fully committed to contribute positively to the Armani team, giving my utmost dedication, as well as using my creativity to support this new chapter in the evolution of Armani Beauty.”
Licenced to L'Oréal, Armani Beauty's colour collection was created in collaboration with MUA Pat McGrath.