Kristine Lucas - Background Kristine "Tin" Lucas, loving wife, mother of three and an entrepreneur. Before venturing into the aesthetics industry, her first stint was as a Marketing Manager for a well-known I.T. Company. Though already successful in her initial career, her innate skills and love for Makeup keeps resurfacing. What started as a hobby that she enjoyed for herself slowly found it's way to family and friends. This then made her decide to finally take formal training and this opened to more opportunities and endless possibilities than she expected. She started training locally at The Basement Academy (now called HD Academy), Center for Aesthetics Sciences (CAS), Makeup Forever & Kryolan Philippines.
To further improve hers skills and equip herself with the necessary tools to realize her dream of creating not only a name in the industry but to provide quality service to her clients, she then pursued further studies abroad. She continued her makeup training both under Kryolan & Muse Beauty Pro in San Francisco, Salon Boutique Academy in USA as well and Yumi Lashes in Beverly Hills, LA. Realizing the latest trend in Permanent Makeup, she then took lessons in Eyebrow Embroidery & Permanent Makeup in Aesthetics International Academy in Singapore, Pitangui Lee Na Young Academy in Korea, Biotouch in Thailand, Biotouch in the US and attended the Permanent Makeup Convention in Amsterdam, Netherlands. She also became a guest makeup artist for the infamous Jing Monis Salon in Greenbelt and Alabang. Jing Monis is a well-known Makeup and Hairstylist with over 25 years of experience and presence in the industry. She was then slowly carving a name for herself in the industry thus started doing several projects for TV networks and their personalities. Kristine Reyes, Danica Sotto, Denise Laurel, Jonalyn Viray and Tweetie De Leon & even the famous broadcast journalist – Mike Enriquez to name a few. From concert gigs for Kevyn Lettau and The Company, Print ads for Sen. Manny Pacquiao, for Chefs Roland & Jackie Laudico's billboards for Robina Farms to Magazine projects where she has done some stints on behalf of Jing Monis Salon For BC Magazine, Philippine Tatler and Working Mom for The Bloc by Junie Sierra. Several corporate AVPs are also under her belt. This includes, and not limited to, Metrobank, BPI, Maxicare and the First ever Digital Billboard for Globe Telecom. All these eventually gave way to her being interviewed in TV with Vicky Morales in The Good News, was featured in Smart Parenting magazine and also became a print ad endorser for Celeteque and Rexona.
At present, Kristine Lucas is the current Makeup Trainer for Pretty Girl Manila, Head Trainer / Owner of Permanent Makeup Academy PH and Master Makeup Artist / Owner of The Aesthetic Studio by Kristine Lucas. With these organizations that she led, she has built a team of able and well experienced group of trainers & Aestheticians. There are currently more than 1,000 graduates of Permanent Makeup Academy PH that Kristine has personally mentored and supported. Her recent expansion is teaching in New York City in the USA and expanding to California by 2nd quarter of 2019. She carries several international brands of skin care and permanent makeup product and houses it in her online store www.permanentmakeupacademyph.com. Kristine and her crew are continuously enhancing their skills and updating themselves with the latest international trends and developments thru constant trainings here and abroad. This is in line with their commitment to deliver quality, the latest yet affordable aesthetic, makeup and beauty trainings and services to the Philippines.
Now, not only is she one of the most sought after makeup and hairstyle artist for special private events and corporate projects, she is now one of the most sought after gurus in the aesthetics industry as well. "Everyone is Beautiful. Let me enhance it naturally and not mask the real beauty of the person". - Tin
Advocacy is to empower women through having a fulfilling business that they love. We teach and groom our students to be independent women, able to provide for their family while doing something that they wont feel like they’re working at all, because as they say, when youre doing something you love, you wont work a day in your like. By teaching topics in the beauty business, women get to earn a living doing something they enjoy and at the same time make their clients feel happy and confident.
We give annual scholarship to a deserving student every anniversary. Other than that we support, poorest of the poor areas of Tesda in the south, where not only the school but as well as the students donate beauty products for the use of the Tesda scholars in their Beauty Trainings in the said poverty stricken areas. We also had a donation drive of toiletries to one poor barangay in Samar m The students were all excited and very happy to be able to help in their own way.
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