Lyndsey has been a Max Factor MUA since 2009. Fashion and beauty have been at the core of her work. Lyndsey’s make up artistry and work as a beauty contributor has featured in leading Irish magazines. Lyndsey Cavanagh has been a Max Factor Make Up Artist since 2009. Fashion and beauty have always been at the core of Lyndsey’s work and alongside her make up artistry her knowledge as a beauty contributor has featured on the pages of leading Irish titles such as IMAGE, Tatler, Stellar, RSVP, VIP, LIFE, Social & Personal, U, Stellar, Womans Way and many more. Having collaborated on a wide variety of projects, from abstract fashion shows for leading Irish desiger Joanne Hynes to award ceremonies, Lyndsey has worked with many established models, Irish personalities and international figures including Hollywood icon, the late Maureen O’Hara, Dallas stars Larry Hagman, Patrick Duffy, Charlene Tilton and Linda Gray, Caprice, Angie Best, Roger Moore, Rachel Stephens, Gemma Atkinson, Mathew Vaughn, Rupert Everett and Sabrina Washington. Lyndsey works regularly with Irish personalities, including Suzanne Jackson, Roz Purcell, Thalia Heffernan, Rosemary Mc Cabe, Al Porter and Pippa O'Connor to TV presenters Miriam O'Callaghan, Glenda Gilson, Anna Daly, Andrea Hayes, Claire Byrne, Una O Hagan, Cathy Belton, Mary Kennedy, Blathnaid Ni Chofaigh and former Miss World, Rosanna Davidson. In her television work, she has appeared as regularly in front of the camera as she has done behind the scenes, including numerous interviews on TV3’s Xpose and Ireland AM, illustrating the up and coming make up and beauty trends. As a qualified fashion, photographic and airbrush tutor, Lyndsey shares her passion for make up and her expertise of the industry through lecturing and training Ireland’s up and coming make-up artists. Lyndsey is a trained jewellery designer and goldsmith and with her own fledgling label based on the uncut beauty of natural stones and symbolic accessories, Lyndsey is inspired by other cultures and ethnicities. She loves to introduce and experiment with materials sourced on her travels afar in her make up artistry.