Previously based in New York, where she started her career as an assistant alongside the iconic make-up artist Linda Mason,
and Paris, Yasmin currently resides in London; the place she calls home because of it's creative spirit.
Her extraordinary career has led her to work with designers including
Chanel, Dior, Thierry Mugler, Jean Paul Gaultier
and in team with Pat Mc Grath for Galliano and Victor & Rolf;
magazines such as Elle, ID, Harper’s BAZAAR, Hunger, Vanity Fair and Vogue;
plus a host of A-list celebrities and photographers
such as Alek Wek, Anoushka Sharma, David Ghandy, Diane Peret, Dita von Teese,
Felix Lammers, Horst Diekgerdes, Marine Vacth, Oona Chaplin, Rankin, Rosie Huntington, Royal Opera Ballet, Ruven Afanador, Sean & Seng and Stella Tennant.
Yasmin’s first published german beauty book „Geschminkte Wahrheit“ by Edel Books Germany, May 2013, gives an intimate insight into the world behind the brush.
The content explores the tricks of the trade, the day to day mechanics of an international make-up artist. It found his place on the beauty book beseller list and is currently sold out.
Her second published visually opulent english coffee table beauty and art book “elements” – The Art Of Make-Up by Prestel Publisher /Random House
displays the breath-taking work of Yasmin Heinz, who uses the human face as her canvas.
Working at the cutting edge of beauty and fashion, from photo shoots to runway shows, music videos and advertising campaigns, her expertise is in demand by photographers, designers and celebrities alike.
Weaving together the best of fashion, beauty, and photography, this irresistible volume shows that make-up can be an exciting form of art.
This book is not only for the people of the industry - it is for everyone.
It is her way to express herself to the world helping to make people feel better and let them smile even if it is only for a couple of minutes.
Every page tells a story.
More important new opportunities opened up to create new exciting challenges in her area of expertise such as
- to work out concepts for make-up companies,
- to teach make-up masterclasses in collaboration with various academies worldwide,
- to become a judge for Warpaint magazine's annual make-up artist competition in London/Manchester,
- speaker on Beauty Events,
- guest lecturer at London College of Fashion and member of the British Beauty Council.
"One of the things I am excited about most is that I am going to travel even more
to meet fans, create artistry, speek about beauty and social media and creative makeup looks in some of my favourite publications"