Published articles and news features of Charissa Zoé, freelance celebrity makeup artist in Kingston, Jamaica.
Charissa Clemetson launches Confidence Redefined workshop to help women and girls boost their confidence
Jamaica Observer | June 19, 2023
FOR Charissa Clemetson, applying make-up is not only about enhancing one's outward natural beauty — it's a time for reflection beyond what the mirror can capture. After spending many years learning to overcome her own insecurities, the certified make-up artist decided to add one more tool to her make-up kit — her voice — to help girls and women to redefine their confidence.
Benjamins Rose Water Facial Spray for Jamaica 60
Jamaica Observer | July 5, 2022
" The smell of the spray is light and soft, not overpowering, which is not very easy to achieve with a scent like rose. The mist is also very fine, which makes for easy application."— Charissa Clemetson, pro MUA
Extra Special Gifts for Mom
Jamaica Observer | May 3, 2021
"Every woman loves to get dressed up and feel glamorous, and what better way to let the 'queen of your heart' feel extra special on Mother's Day than with a 'glam' natural make-up session for the occasion. Natural make-up specialist Charissa Zoé will have your mom looking and feeling like the queen she is on Mother's Day. Book her make-up service via her website at charissazoe.com or via her Instagram page at @charissazoemua."
Charissa's Beauty Tips
Jamaica Observer | April 20, 2021
Tuesday Style Dryer (TSD) , ahead of Sagicor's Corporate Awards slated for tomorrow afternoon at the Jamaica Pegasus, sits down with Charissa Clemetson — the go-to make-up artist for Sagicor's top faces — for a few insider tricks to achieve flawless skin. And, though she's all about a beat face, Clemetson says it's important to remember that great make-up starts with a great canvas, so it is essential to take proper care of your skin. With 24 hours to go there's lots to absorb. Thankfully, we're fast learners!
Charissa Clemetson - Confidence redefined
Jamaica Observer | January 18, 2021
OVER the last two years, Charissa Clemetson has redefined confidence for herself completely. At what she describes as the lowest point in her life, like many women she had to overcome issues such as low self-esteem and low self-worth to unlock her full potential and realise just how beautiful, rare and valuable she is — inside and out. Now at 31, Clemetson is not only the assistant social and digital media manager and acting manager of brand experience and special projects at Sagicor Group Jamaica, but she is also a skilled make-up artist, talented dancer, and co-founder of the One Body, One God dance ministry.