California, United States
|Other names||Gucci Westman Neville|
|Occupation||Make-up artist, cosmetic designer|
Gucci Westman is an American makeup artist and cosmetic designer.
Westman became known for her makeup work with celebrities, including Drew Barrymore, Natalie Portman, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Cameron Diaz. Since being hired by Revlon, Westman has also worked with Halle Berry, Jessica Alba, Elle Macpherson, Jennifer Connelly, and Jessica Biel. She served as a makeup artist or makeup supervisor for several Hollywood movies including "Being John Malkovich," "Buffalo 66," and "French Exit."  Westman had a cameo role in the film version of "Sex and the City" in 2008.
Gucci Westman styled the cosmetic looks of cover models such as Taylor Swift, Jennifer Aniston, Kim Kardashian, Cameron Diaz, and Nicole Kidman on Allure, Vogue, and W covers in the United States and Australia. She also modeled for an article in Vogue's January 2011 issue.
Westman has done the makeup of runway models for Oscar de la Renta, Richard Chai, Diane von Furstenberg, Devi Kroell, John Patrick, Ecco Domani and Rag & Bone during New York Fashion Week and Antonio Berardi during London Fashion Week.
Westman was hired by Lancôme in 2003 as the brand's International Artistic Director. Her responsibilities included representing the brand at fashion and beauty events, styling models for company advertising shoots, and designing cosmetic color collections for the label. In 2008, Westman began a new, similar career as the Global Artistic Director for Revlon, creating the "Daydreamer" and "Suede Rhapsody" seasonal shade collections.
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