Interview with Diana Senova, makeup artist
Q: How did you get involved in this business?
A: I am a professional makeup artist and licensed aesthetician in the beauty industry for more than 12 years. I have worked for world famous lines such as Lancome, Chanel, Sisley and many others. I am very well known for my expertise and product knowledge.
Q: What distinguishes you from other businesses in your category?
A: In 2010, I launched my own makeup line called Diana Senova Cosmetics. My products are recognized for being of superior quality. I specialize in airbrushed makeup. My goal is for you to be beautiful!
Q: What do you like best about your line of work?
A: I adore working with people and making them beautiful by bringing out the best qualities in my clients. Makeup is an artform characterized by mixing and matching colors and applying them to blank canvases, magnifying the beauty my clients already possess.
Q: What is your business' biggest challenge?
A: The biggest challenges that Diana Senova Cosmetics faces is competing with the large makeup corporations because I am a small business owner and run my own website, product line and services.
Q: Something people might be surprised to learn about you or your business:
A: Not only do I offer makeup consultations, I also provide affordable services to men and women alike, such as facials, lash extensions and peals. My clients range from celebrities to the everyday individual, ages 16 to 90.
DENVER, CO - JANUARY 15: Diana Senova applies semi-permanent fake eyelashes on Molly Jenson at Diana Senova Cosmetics in Denver, Colorado on January 15, 2015. Diana Senova Cosmetics does make up and lash extensions. (THE DENVER POST | Seth McConnell)
Business: Diana Senova Cosmetics
Address: 1574 York St. Denver, CO. 80206 Suite 102
Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday
Contact: (720) 628-7634; dscmakeup.com
DENVER, CO - JANUARY 15: Diana Senova applies make up on a client at Diana Senova Cosmetics in Denver, Colorado on January 15, 2015. Diana Senova Cosmetics does make up and lash extensions. (THE DENVER POST | Seth McConnell)