The career of British make-up artist Dick Page is one of considerable accomplishment. His technical skill and painter’s eye for color, texture, and detail have firmly established his reputation as an industry leader. He has achieved widespread recognition for his editorial and advertising work, as well as for his more than ten years’ experience on runway shows worldwide.
Since 1997, Dick Page has been working with Shiseido in Japan on its premier domestic line of cosmetics called INOUI. In 2001, he was made Artistic Director of the makeup line and became instrumental in its redesign. The line re-launched in August of 2002 as INOUI ID.
In March 2007, Dick Page was named Artistic Director of Shiseido The Makeup. For Shiseido, Page's key role is Acting Color Creator and Product Developer for the brand worldwide.
Dick Page works with photographers such as Michael Thompson, Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Juergen Teller, Philip Lorca Di Corcia and Mario Sorrenti. Allure, W, Flair, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue (US, French, and Italian versions), Visionaire, V, and Pop are among the publications to which Dick Page contributes. Frequently, he contributes in Allure with his own insiders page of tips and ideas entitled "The Makeup Guy". His advertising clients include Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Jacobs, Gap, Banana Republic, Clinque, Elizabeth Arden and Miu Miu.
He currently acts as the key makeup artist for the runway shows of Michael Kors, Narciso Rodriguez, Marc Jacobs, Marc by Marc Jacobs and United Bamboo. He has also previously worked on Calvin Klein, Helmut Lang, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Versus, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Ralph Lauren, Loewe and TSE.
Dick Page is currently based in New York.
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