About Zoë Clark Make-up Artist

Zoë Clark is one of Ireland’s leading professional make-up artists. She began her career in London working for MAC Cosmetics, which at that time was taking its first steps into the UK market. She returned to Ireland in 1995 launching herself as a freelance make-up artist. Since then she has built up an impressive client list working in many areas of make-up including fashion, advertising, TV and music. Zoë has travelled extensively throughout Europe, the UK and America working on a variety of projects. Zoë understands lighting and the effect it plays on make-up, ensuring all her work is photographically beautiful. These skills and her infectious personality make her a favourite with celebrities. She has written beauty features for many Irish magazines and newspapers, and is continually in demand to share her knowledge in private consultations, public events and for television. With her years of expertise in the field and a professional and friendly attitude Zoë has her own successful and exclusive make-up school which has in turn led her to launch the Zoë Clark Make-up Agency which represents some of Irelands best, highly skilled and creative make-up artists. Zoë is also currently writing a make-up book.

Clients have included:

Marks & Spencers, John Rocha, Louise Kennedy, Brown Thomas, A-Wear, Dunnes Stores, Wrangler, Levi’s, Pretty Polly, Ballet Lingerie, Penneys, Michel Ambers, Clerys, Arnotts, Roches Stores, Sasha, The Kilkenny Group, Design Centre, Lifestyle Sports, Aura, Pia Bang, Jen Kelly, Marc O’Neill, Brontë Bridal, Heatons, Debenhams, Newbridge, Sharon Hoey Bridal.

Magazines/ Newspapers:
Vogue, Image, Condé Nast Bride, Hello, OK, Irish Tatler, Social and Personal, U Magazine, VIP, RTE Guide, Woman’s Way, Gloss, Confetti Magazine, Wedding Belle Magazine, The Irish Times, The Independent, The Daily Mirror, Radio Times.

Simple skin care, Oil of Olay, Ponds, Superdrug, Rimmel and Lancôme.

Hair Salons
L’Oreal, Peter Mark, Toni & Guy, Wella, Trevor Sorbie, Zakks, Reds, Dylan Bradshaw, Cats, Hession Hair Design, Kazumi, Zoo, Salon Zeba.

Danone, Coca Cola, Diet Coke, Eircell, Vitalinea, Mitsubishi, Vodafone, Absolut Vodka, Smirnoff Ice, Ballygowan, Hudson Blue, Playstation, Coors Lite Beer, Lexus, Nestle Chocolate, Irish Ferries, Iarnrod Eireann, Permanent TSB, VHI, Bank of Ireland, Weight Watchers..

Television credits:
The Late Late Show, The Lyric Board, Open House, The Kelly Show, Popstars, Off The Rails, TV3’s Ireland am, Tubridy Tonight, Loose Women, You’re a Star. TV3 News Crew, Xpose, The Afternoon Show.

Music Videos:
Bellefire, Six, Mary Black.

Mariah Carey, Dennis Hopper, Minnie Driver, Nigella Lawson, Cillian Murphy, Amy Winehouse, Placido Domingo, Bryan Adams, Jodie Kidd, Kerry Katona, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Cat Deely, Denise Van Outen, Amanda Byram, Westlife, Victoria Smurfit, Enya, The Spice Girls, The Corrs, Karen Millen, Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, Patrick Kielty, McFly, Mary Black, Francis Black, Tara Blaise, Ronan Keating, Yvonne Keating, Pauline McLynn, Laura Isabor, Celtic Woman, Celtic Man, Belinda Carlisle, Sophie Anderton, Padraic Delaney, Brian McFadden, Nadine Coyle (Girls Aloud), Matthew Rhys and Dave Annable (Brothers and Sisters), Ashley Jensen, Linda Gray, Larry Hagman.

Irish Personalities:
Linda Martin, Pat Kenny, Desmond Guinness, Daniel O’Donnell, Orlaith Rafter, Jean Butler, Twink, Lorraine Keane, Miriam O’Callaghan, Pamela Flood, Caroline Morahan, Ray D’Arcy, Laura Woods, Kathryn Thomas, Leigh Arnold, Alison Doody.