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Phoenix Renata | Health & Beauty Contributor

Phoenix Renata is the founder of Phoenix House of Make-up, local cosmetics company which now has two stores in Kingsland and the North Shore in Auckland and has recently opened a Makeup training facility called Beauty School.

Named ‘The Eyebrow Queen’ by the fashion industry, Phoenix has grown her cosmetic brand into a nationally recognised provider of professional beauty services & quality makeup.   Make-up has always been a passion for Phoenix, who is of Ngati Porou and Ngati Kahungungu descent.

Phoenix has worked extensively in the film & fashion industries, and cosmetic worlds. Ultimately, her goal is to grow Phoenix Cosmetics into a internationally recognised makeup brand.  As well as being a makeup artist & growing her own company, Phoenix also writes beauty articles for various publications.

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