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Michelle Camaclang

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Nationality  Filipino
Role  Makeup Artist
Name  Michelle Camaclang
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Born  November 20, 1981 (age 34) (1981-11-20) Iloilo City, Philippines
Other names  Michelle Cabillon-Camaclang, Mitch Camaclang
Occupation  Make-up artist, Creative Director (Glam Philippines)

Michelle Cabillon-Camaclang (born November 20, 1981) is a Filipino, international certified makeup artist and creative director of Glam Philippines where she owns 61% of the company's common shares. She is also currently the chairman and head instructor for the Color Artistry Center of the Philippines (CACOP), where she teaches basic, advance and airbrush makeup techniques.

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Career

Camaclang pursued makeup professionally when she enrolled both basic and advance makeup techniques at the La Salle College International under the guidance of RB Chanco. She further pursued other advance techniques by mentoring under Klexius Kolby, Sean Stevenson of Laura Mercier cosmetics, airbrush makeup under Georgina Desuasido and other advance techniques through 2000 Miss Tennessee USA, Lynnette Cole. She then established Glam Philippines in 2009. She then became head of the makeup department for the Filipino movie Pendong with Alwyn Uytingco and Will Devaughn. In 2010, Camaclang started to teach basic and advance makeup techniques at the Color Artistry Center of the Philippines (CACOP). During the same year, she produced a celebrity fashion show for a cause which featured several local artists, most notably Jacq Yu and Lara Morena, the show also featured international supermodels Andrew Philip and Yashica Vir.

Personal life

Camaclang was born in Iloilo City and graduated from University of St. La Salle in Bacolod city with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. During this period she was the university's student correspondent for Chalk magazine. After college she first worked as a host for a local cable show, Iloilo Ydscreen. In 2011, she has been cited at the same lines as that of Vidal Sassoon and Bobbi Brown in a makeup and hair sketch book.

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Michelle Camaclang Wikipedia


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