Editorial & Commercial clients
Aaiko, After Eden, Duifhuizen, Claudio Ferrici, Essent, Etos, Gaastra, G+J media, Hunkemöller, Libelle, Margriet, MS mode, O'Neill, Reece, Society Shop, Steps, The Green Gallery, The Wedding Chapter.
Sjardé Kirioma has been in the business of beauty for over half a decade and is enjoying her job everyday since. She started following her dreams by applying to the make-up school of Mieke Petiet (2009) and after finishing the course she went straight to “The Hairschool” in Amsterdam (2010). Her first steps as a hair and make-up artist she experienced at MAC cosmetics, from where she paved the way into the world of fashion and beauty. Although Mieke Petiet and The Hairschool have primed her for the career ahead Sjardé never stopped learning.
“Finding inspiration is an ongoing process. By following the people in the business I look up to such as Val Garland and Judith Pronk (latter Sjardés learning tutor) or by taking courses to improve my skills and stay up to date about the latest trends in the beauty industry”.
Although Sjardé is known for her signature look which is best described as natural beauty, she is a versatile professional that can do every look she’s asked to do but will still be able to make it her own.
“Achieving maximum results with minimal adjustments to keep it pure and to show someone's natural beauty”.
That's a big part of the reason why this all-round “beautifier” has worked for a big number of magazines and fashion brands such as Libelle, Margriet, KEK mama, Aaiko, Hunkemöller, Gaastra and MS mode...

Good vibes, great vision and skills has brought Sjardé far in both her career and away from home. Don't be surprised walking into her in the streets of Paris and London, on a gondola in Venice or at the beaches of Ibiza, Croatia and Turkey.
“Traveling is a nice extra feature to my work.”
But at the end all that matters to Sjardé is making people look and feel their best version. That's why she always makes sure that the people on set and especially the models are well taken care of. Because according to her, despite the cliché, true beauty really does come from within.
Text by Jana Voyvodich & photography by Jesaja Hizkia
About
Sjardé Kirioma has been in the business of beauty for over half a decade and is enjoying her job everyday since. She started following her dreams by applying to the make-up school of Mieke Petiet (2009) and after finishing the course she went straight to “The Hairschool” in Amsterdam (2010). Her first steps as a hair and make-up artist she experienced at MAC cosmetics, from where she paved the way into the world of fashion and beauty. Although Mieke Petiet and The Hairschool have primed her for the career ahead Sjardé never stopped learning.
“Finding inspiration is an ongoing process. By following the people in the business I look up to such as Val Garland and Judith Pronk (latter Sjardés learning tutor) or by taking courses to improve my skills and stay up to date about the latest trends in the beauty industry”.
Although Sjardé is known for her signature look which is best described as natural beauty, she is a versatile professional that can do every look she’s asked to do but will still be able to make it her own.
“Achieving maximum results with minimal adjustments to keep it pure and to show someone's natural beauty”.
That's a big part of the reason why this all-round “beautifier” has worked for a big number of magazines and fashion brands such as Libelle, Margriet, KEK mama, Aaiko, Hunkemöller, Gaastra and MS mode...

Good vibes, great vision and skills has brought Sjardé far in both her career and away from home. Don't be surprised walking into her in the streets of Paris and London, on a gondola in Venice or at the beaches of Ibiza, Croatia and Turkey.
“Traveling is a nice extra feature to my work.”
But at the end all that matters to Sjardé is making people look and feel their best version. That's why she always makes sure that the people on set and especially the models are well taken care of. Because according to her, despite the cliché, true beauty really does come from within.

Text by Jana Voyvodich & photography by: Jesaja Hizkia
Editorial & Commercial clients
Aaiko, After Eden, Duifhuizen, Claudio Ferrici, Essent, Etos, Gaastra, G+J media, Hunkemöller, Libelle, Margriet, MS mode, O'Neill, Reece, Society Shop, Steps, The Green Gallery, The Wedding Chapter.