Master Makeup Artist
Founder & President, Immortal Cosmetics
Glen Badessa has a rich and varied professional background that spans over twenty years. His experience and advanced training make him a
master of his trade.
When it comes to making brides look their best on their special day, Glen
is up on the latest trends in both make-up and fashion. He works very closely with clients to ensure they feel comfortable with the look he has designed for them. Every bride he works with walks down the aisle
knowing she is the most beautiful she can be.
While his specialty is bridal makeup, Glen's expertise also extends into film and television.
He freelances for WPRI-TV, Channel 12 in East Providence, R.I. where he is hired to work with the on air news personalities to create a look for their daily newscasts and promotional spots.
Glen has also worked on numerous commercials, including those for the New England
Institute of Technology, Agape Salons, and attorney Rob Levine. He has also been tapped to do make up for numerous political figures, such as Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and
Governor Don Carcieri, for their debates and other television appearances, both local and national. He is also registered with the Rhode Island Film Commission and has built up a
reputation with numerous directors and photographers that places him in high demand.
What makes Glen Badessa stand out is that he uses a line of make-up he created himself. Immortal Cosmetics is a line of competitively priced, high quality products that reflect the
latest in fashion and style. Glen is constantly developing new colors and formulas to insure his line stays current.
Glen's hard work and success have not gone unnoticed. He has been featured in numerous
publications including the highly regarded Bridal Issue of Rhode Island monthly, the pages of Providence Monthly, and the cover of Lifebeat in the Providence Journal.
No matter what your makeup needs, Glen Badessa can deliver. He is confident consumers
will appreciate and applaud the makeup and look that is Immortal Cosmetics by Glen Badessa.
Read the Providence Journal's article
about Immortal Cosmetics.