About Creative Glamour

Our Story began in 2009 when one of South Africa’s top award-winning makeup artists – Cecilia Grobler decided to start a cosmetic brand.  As many other brands this one started as a small business running from home, importing, and reselling products in her free time.  Working hard and being dedicated she saved up as much as she could to turn her sideline hustle into a sustainable business.  Her vision was to make a positive impact in the make-up industry and formulate exceptional products with top quality ingredients for all professional make-up artists to give exquisite and reliable results when used on any television, film and theater productions, but soon after doing this she realised even with the vast amount of products that she had to offer it seemed overwhelming to the everyday makeup wearer. However, with our qualified team of makeup artists offering advice and assistance  they would be able to achieve these professional results at home.

Most of Creative Glamour’s colour cosmetic range is locally produced and we  strives to support local suppliers all the time.  From ingredients, packaging, labeling and boxing, to the final product. It is for this reason that we have always endeavored to vendor our products at an economically competitive rate. Our goal is to manufacture all our colour cosmetics here in SA and only import our accessory line until one day we can even expand this section. Our vision is to grow, empower and inspire all South African’s to also support local. We are proud to be a South African cosmetic brand that is one of high caliber with ethical standards.

At Creative Glamour, we aim to provide make-up artists the opportunity to generate an additional income by becoming a stockist or joining our loyalty program. Education is of great importance to us.  We provide cost effective products to makeup colleges that make it possible to give their students more possibilities when building up their kits.  We provide specialised product training to each and every makeup/beauty college, that we supply.  We ensure our clients get fantastic service as our in house makeup artists providing expert advice to all our customers. 

Not only do we strive to deliver high quality products, but we do it with mother nature in mind. We have many refillable packaging options that can be reused.  We have always been cruelty free and one of our goals is to be 100% vegan-friendly by the end of 2022 and comply with BWC standards. We have a paramount and unimpeachable approach to our service and delivery of our products. 

Alongside, more than 50 make-up colleges, some of South Africa’s top make-up and visual effects artists trust our products in all aspects of their work. We want to invite and encourage you to do the same. By supporting our local brand, you allow us to support more local companies and artists which in turn leads to improving South Africa’s economy. Consider changing brands. Choose Creative Glamour . . . we are the make-up artists choice!

   


CG Makeup artists

Cecilia (Owner of Creative Glamour)

Cecilia has been in the industry since 2005 and is internationally qualified in make-up artistry by ITEC, CIDESCO, IPTI and City and Guilds. After successfully qualifying at College, she went on to lecture make-up artistry and prosthetics for 5 years. Cecilia was prompted to further enhance her skills and decided to study hairdressing on a part-time basis. During this period, she started her dedicated service in the Film and TV industry at the public broadcaster, SABC. She worked as a makeup artist and hair stylist at the news studios of SABC 1, 2 and 3 and on shows like Focus and Interface. To further expand her horizons in 2010 she moved on to doing make-up and hair for e.TV’s News studios. She has also been part of the makeup crew on a few films and/or television productions. Cecilia also has an extensive list of music videos and commercials accredited to her. Outside of the TV and Film industry, her works include amongst others bridal and special occasion makeups, photo shoots and fashion shows. Her passion is doing makeup but in this journey of creating Creative Glamour she now spends a lot of her time in part of the development of our products using all her experience gained over the years.

 

Bianca

Bianca has been a qualified make-up artist since 2013. She graduated from Face to Face, top of her class and was awarded student of the year. She always strives for perfection in making her clients look their absolute best as. She believes that make-up comes down to talent, experience, and the use of professional, high performing cosmetics. Her passion is bridal make-up and she enjoys creating creative, out of the box make-up looks.

  

Cynthia

Cynthia studied Make-up, styling and special effects. She completed her ITEC exam in Makeup, special effects and nail technology. During her makeup and beauty career she has been a make-up and styling lecturer, bridal and special occasion makeup artists and has worked on many corporate and studio shoots. She has done make-ups for South Africa’s parliamentary committees, Discovery, Linked in, MTN, Kyknet, Locnille, Music videos and many body building/beach bikini competitions. She enjoys the diversity and opportunities the makeup industry has to offer and finds pleasure in making her clients look and feel their best. She is always pushing herself in all areas to expand her knowledge in this industry so she can share it with others.

 

Caryn

Caryn has always had a huge passion for make-up growing up. After high school she worked for Estée Lauder and then realised her passion for make-up exceeded her own expectations and decided to pursue a career in the Make-up Industry. She then studied Make-up and Special Effects through Face to Face in 2015. She was awarded Student of the year for Special Effects. She then became the Makeup and Special Effects Lecturer at Face to Face. She has her ITEC qualifications in Make-up, Special Effects and Nail Technology. She has worked on the set of a short-film called Boxwood, which was written and directed by Tarryn-Tanille Prinsloo, who has written a few South African films like Treurgrond, Trou Voete, Soembamba and Vergeet my nie, to name a few. Caryn loves animals and as a vegan, she desires to use and influence others in the industry to choose Cruelty free and Vegan friendly.

 

Special Occasion In Studio (Inlcuding Matric Farewell)

Make-up - R 550
Make-up & Hair - R 1000

Special Occasion on Site (Inlcuding Matric Farewell)

Local Travel (within 15km radius)
Make-up - R 700
Make-up & Hair - R 1150

Travel (Within 30km radius) 
Make-up - R 800
Make-up & Hair - R 1250

Bridal

Make-up (Includes Trial) - R 1450
Make-up & Hair (Includes Trials) - R 2800

Bridal Party (Bridesmaids & Mothers)

Make-up - R 550
Make-up & Hair (Short - Medium) - R 900
Make-up & Hair (Medium - Long) - R 1000

Flower Girl (12 - 15 Years)

Make-up - R 250
Make-up & Hair - R 400

Flower Girl (Under 12)

Make-up - R 70
Make-up & Hair - R 100

Bridal Make-up Package - R 3800

1x Bridal Make-up (Includes Trial)
5x Bridesmaids and/or Mothers

Bridal Make-up & Hair Package - R 7500

1x Bridal Make-up & Hair (Includes Trials)
5x Make-up and Hair for Bridesmaids and/or Mothers

Eyelashes Per Set (Strips & Individual) - R70

Special Effects / Advanced Make-up - R600 (1 hour)

Special Effects/Advanced Make-up looks start at R600 per person for the first hour. R225 will be charge per additional 30 minutes thereafter. The final price depends on the intricacy and if the look requires any special application, for example bald caps, prosthetic pieces or an area covering further than the face. 

Traveling fee: R3.50 per km after 30km radius

Terms and Conditions:

- Traveling fee: R3.50 per km after 30km radius.
- All bookings must be confirmed with a non-refundable 50% booking fee.
- Balance is due 24 hours prior to the event.
- Trials will be done 2-3 weeks prior to the event.
- Additional trials can be purchased on request.
- Bridal Make-up Package can by done in studio - please request a quotation.