An award-winning brow and celebrity makeup artist, entrepreneur and social media beauty maven. She is an entrepreneur who knew her calling early on after witnessing the confidence boost each of her clients left with after she had transformed their brows. Thirteen years later, she is now known as one of the world’s most coveted celeb arch artists with a reputation for shaping brows in a manner that can only be described as perfection. Kelley has a knack for social media and utilized the Instagram platform, sharing her world as a brow artist by posting real-time images and videos of her clients in her chair, from her chic salon in Venice, CA on Main Street.
Q: On Self-Motivation: “I’m an artist and have a natural desire to be creative, so I feel that there is always something I can improve on.”
Q: Secret to Success: “My biggest tip for other women business owners that want to go to the next level is to remember that it’s all about networking. My motto is: ‘Be nice to everyone.’ I’m personally known to spark up a conversation with anyone I meet, it could be the cashier at the grocery store or a lady walking down the street. It’s all about making connections.”
Q: How did you make the leap to celebrity level expertise? “I don’t believe there’s a specific ‘formula’ that leaps you to the celebrity level. I believe it’s a combination of hard work, determination, networking, and drive.”
Q: What is the biggest challenge and reward of being an entrepreneur? “The biggest challenge of being an entrepreneur is learning to perfect your business through trial and error. There’s always a new project to tackle! The reward is seeing your hard work pay off. Knowing that the brand has grown internationally makes all the long days worth it!”
Q: What is a tip or strategy that you recommend for other women business owners who want to go to the next level? “My biggest tip for other women business owners that want to go to the next level is to remember that it’s all about networking.”
Q: What is your motto: ” ‘Be nice to everyone.’ I’m personally known to spark up a conversation with anyone I meet, it could be the cashier at the grocery store or a lady walking down the street. It’s all about making connections.”