Q: What are your most memorable career moments as a makeup artist?
Working as a professional makeup artist for over two decades, Gucci has dipped her hand into no less than a dozen mediums. "There's been movies, commercials, videos, editorials, ad campaigns, fashion shows, and also my time as brand Artistic Director for Lancôme and Revlon," she recalls, ticking off a few favorite jobs along her multifaceted journey.Today, Gucci reflects on some of her most inspiring career moments, from creating looks for friends Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Aniston to landing her first Vogue covers and crafting the iconic film makeup for Buffalo 66. Everything over the years, though, has led her to "exactly where I'm supposed to be now," says Gucci of launching her own clean beauty brand, a role that merges her passion for holistic living and high-performance makeup with the ability to pioneer the safest, skin-nourishing ingredients. Watch the full video to hear more!
For more answers to beauty inquires, check out our "Ask Gucci" archive. Then things get laugh-out-loud funny when Cameron Diaz and Gucci reunite on "Makeup & Friends" and read about Westman Atelier's clean ingredients promise.