And who doesn’t want that in a job? Makeup artist and beauty mogul Pat Mcgrath shares the secret of success and her rules for enjoying it with US GLAMOUR editor Cindi Leive.
Singer “I absolutely love horses, and I’ve been showjumping for 11 years. The beautiful animal in this photograph is Leopold Pierreville – I gave him a French name because he comes from France. I’ve had Leopold for eight years, and there’s so much I love about him, but two things that stand out are the times when he lets me lie down and cuddle him while he’s resting, and the time when he tried to take a bite out of my hair, in the hope that it was straw!”
Goldendoodle Poppy set Usher back $12 000.
Miley is known for her many pets, including Bubba Sue the pig.
The Biebs’ capuchin monkey Mally was confiscated by German customs officials at Munich airport in 2013 as he didn’t have the correct paperwork.
These bunnies even have a Twitter account: @shakirasbunnies.
Pat Mcgrath is major. She may be a jubilant Brit who zips around Milan and Paris on her Gold Wing motorbike, snapchatting all the way, but make no mistake: she reigns supreme in her field. We interviewed Pat in the middle of a fashion season that had her doing 24 runway shows in a month. And this is especially impressive since shows are just one of her many jobs, as she also masterminds beauty for Procter & Gamble, creates images for magazines and ads, and is launching her own beauty line. But she’s built her career without losing her sense of fun, and that’s something I think we all aspire to. Here’s how she keeps the joy alive. Pat Mcgrath Oh, ecstatic! I just loved makeup. My mother loved it as well – and was obsessed by the fact that we couldn’t find any makeup for dark skin.
So, would she mix her own?
In the ’70s, everything was sort of ashy, and that didn’t suit our skin. But every now and then, there’d be one pigment that was off, but good, and it worked. She was always looking for those sorts of things. And everything she was obsessed with, I became obsessed with.