Aug 30, 2019
Antoinette earned her cosmetology license in New
Jersey back in 1985, which led to 15 years "behind the chair,"
while honing her makeup and hair skills.
She earned a degree in Media Arts and Photography. With her education, Antoinette is a hair and makeup artist who understands light, color, composition and the film and photographic process.
Antoinette's work in the hair department includes the romantic comedy Unleashed, the period drama MDMA, and the surreal satire Sorry to Bother You.
Antoinette's work as makeup artist includes the coming-of-age drama, I Believe in Unicorns, the drama The Boat Builder, and the comedy, Chee and T. Most recently, she was Makeup Department Head on the acclaimed film The Last Black Man in San Francisco, about a man struggling to reclaim a family home against the forces of gentrification in the city.