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Introducing Myah Isabelle: Makeup Artist

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at UNT chapter.

Myah Isabelle is a passionate woman on a mission to change people’s perspectives on beauty. This deeply personal Makeup Artist is changing people’s heart one face and lesson at a time. 

When did you start your makeup brand?

“Although I have always been intrigued with make-up and beauty products, diving into the make-up industry has not only been a new career path, but a rewarding passion. I have recently started my brand and began displaying it on social media, such as YouTube.  I think what has been the most impactful motion in my start-up journey is the personal experience. As a college student, I have truly discovered the inner beauty of people and I like the fact that I am able to help let that inner beauty shine out on the outside, making them truly feel all around beautiful.”

What is your makeup brand? Explain how you came up wit the name, slogan, and everything. 

“Strong, positive, and personable… all words my peers use to describe me and that is why I have branded my makeup with my name. My makeup is me. I want people to feel strong and beautiful and I want to make sure I represent those qualities behind my name. If I give people a personable experience, they are going to remember my name, therefore they will know my brand. Having my brand name the same as my name is simple on a remembrance level but highly impactful on a personal level. This is the story of how Myah Isabelle came to life.”

What was a defining moment for you when it came to beauty?

“A defining moment for me when it came to beauty was seeing my work pay off while benefiting another person. One of my very first clients was a good friend of mine who was getting bullied for embracing her natural beauty by not wearing makeup. I decided to help do her makeup for an event she had coming up. While doing her makeup we talked, laughed, and discussed everything we could before I finished her look. As I told her to open her eyes and look in the mirror, the raw emotion I saw on her face of pure confidence was powerful. That is why I choose to do this.”

What are your goals as far as your brand?

“I aspire to embrace beauty in a simple way and spread that passion with others around me. I look forward to watching my new Youtube channel blossom and I hope to not only motivate but encourage all women to feel completely beautiful and confident in their own skin. To reach these goals, I plan on working this year to network with other artists who share this dream and broadcast to people who want to be inspired. I have a full intent to build a strong team and start making people feel beautiful.”

What does beauty mean to you? 

“Beauty is not just physical, beauty is far from how the media displays it. I think this question means the most to me because it shows my growth. If you had asked me this before I would’ve probably told you a specific person or thing I considered beautiful or wished to be. Coming from a woman who battled with insecurities the definition of beauty for me has for sure changed over the years. Being beautiful is being yourself, and no one can take that from you. Beauty ,to me, is not in the eye of the beholder but is the state of of pure confidence and happiness within. Beauty is whatever you want to be, you define it.”

Overall, Myah Isabelle is on the right course to obtaining her goals and for good reason. She wants everyone to feel beautiful no matter what. If you would like to contact Myah about business inquiries, her social media handles are:  

We are very excited to have Myah Isabelle at our #BeautyInMe event! Please join Myah Isabelle and the Her Campus Staff at UNT on November 30, 2016. The event will be inside the Union, in room 268, from 6:00pm – 9:00 pm. Tickets are now available for $10 on EventBrite.


We hope to see you there!

Senior at The University of North Texas. I made Black UNT my news beat, and haven't been able to sleep since. Love covering all things melanated Mean Green.
Orooj Syed is a senior at the University of North Texas, majoring in Biology and minoring in Criminal Justice. Between balancing her academics and extracurricular activities, she enjoys finding new places to travel and new foods to eat. Writing has always been one of her greatest passions and, next to sleeping, she considers it a form of free therapy.