Sara Zitouni heads the Pro Makeup School. It is with pride that she takes over this institution created by Tannaz Goumaz who knew how to give it its marks of nobility (ex Studio Tannaz).
Sara Zitouni holds a Professional Makeup Artist Diploma from Studio Tannaz, in Geneva. (2011-2013).
In 2014, she moved to Los Angeles and specialized in special effects / FX, prosthesis, Air brush and obtained her diplomas at Cinema MakeUp School .
Sara Zitouni offers her services to individuals, companies, the media. Listening, calm, dynamic and passionate, she transmits art and imagination through her brushes while respecting the personality of her customers.
Specializing and advising in all Kryolan products, she has practiced her art with individuals - weddings, children's birthdays, themed evenings - and for parades, events.
She has been selected for the Swiss Championships in Zurich, the Championships in Paris and the IMATS World Championship in New York…
Hairdressing, painting and styling are part of his artistic journey, also allowing him to exercise his art with confidence.
It is important to emphasize that she takes great care in the quality of the products she uses.
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Marie Pino attended her schooling in Geneva and then trained as a florist. She was able to develop her artistic fiber and her sense of creation and obtained her CFC florist in 2016. At the same time, makeup attracted her more and more.
After 6 months in San Diego in the United States where she passed her First Certificate in English FCE, Marie decided to come back to Geneva and train in the profession of professional makeup artist.
His artistic qualities allowed him to integrate the school
Pro MakeUpschool in 2017.
During her training, she was selected for the Swiss makeup artist championship in Zurich where she finished 4th.
Marie graduated as a professional makeup artist in 2019.
She carries out various mandates (Halloween, weddings, birthdays ...), and shares her passion with enthusiasm and professionalism.
Paul Lançon (04/13/1969) fell very little into science fiction and fantasy. This interest arose during his childhood thanks to TV series like Space 1999 (Cosmos 1999) and The Outer Limits (Beyond reality). Programs broadcast in the legendary TV show Temps X, by the Bogdanoff brothers. At the age of 9, an event marked him for life: the vision of Star Wars (IV). That he will see again 8 times in a row, over a period of one month. For fear of never having the opportunity again. At the same time, his taste for drawing asserts itself: his school notebooks are covered with spaceships, strange landscapes and ... monsters. The situation worsens rapidly over the years. 80. Indeed, Hollywood produced during this period, classics all year round: Dark Crystal, Creepshow, Alien, Aliens, Blade Runner, Gremlins, Predator, The return of the living dead, Terminator, The Thing ... the passion of the adolescent. Who also discovers the comics of Richard Corben and devours the great novels of SF and fantastic literature. Paul is looking for - and discovering - a concrete way to satisfy this passion. Thanks to the Geneva bookstore, Le paradoxe perdue, he discovered a review published by fans for fans: Cinemagic. Reading an article dedicated to the creation of latex masks is a revelation. Encouraged by his family, Paul then embarked on special effects on his own. At home, in a corner of the garage. To his delight, they combine artistic disciplines such as sculpture and drawing, with artisanal techniques: molding and working with various and varied materials. In 1986, Paul entered the School of Decorative Arts, then that of Fine Arts (currently HEAD) in Geneva, while continuing to make monsters.His workshop was launched in 1992, he then worked for short and feature films , for the TSR, for plays in France and in French-speaking Switzerland. Paul Lançon has also exhibited his creations in Geneva, Brussels, Yverdon-les-Bains or Marseille. He also teaches at the Ecole des Beaux Arts du Genevois ( Ebag) in Annemasse.