Born in Adelaide and currently residing between Australia and Los Angeles, Becca’s aesthetic stretches across the full spectrum of natural beauty to body art effortlessly as one of Australia’s favourite makeup artists.

ABIA’s 2014 ‘Makeup Artist of the Year’ and ABIAs Makeup Artist of the Year 2015 Finalist, Becca was recently described as “Australia’s own Pat McGrath of intricate Body Art”. Becca’s unique work has been featured in publications such as Vogue Italia, i-D online, Black Mag, RUSSH, Vulkan, Oyster, Helmet and Makeup Artist Magazine. Her body work has been a semi-finalist for the Moran Art Prize 2012 and 2013 with her work with Patrick Fileti and Thor Elias.

Becca is a regular guest speaker on the international stages of IMATS, Salon Melbourne, Sydney Beauty Expo, AH&M Trade Show and has appeared on Channel 7s The Morning Show. As a qualified educator, Becca is a regular guest speaker at Australia’s leading Makeup Schools as well as touring around Australia her unique course, Makeup Artist Bootcamp. The founder of The Green Brush Project, Becca is committed to maintaining a support network for Australian Makeup Artists which includes being the Creative Director of The Face2Face Makeup Awards in Sydney since 2013.

Becca works with talents such as Kimbra, Dannii Minogue, Tara Moss, Antonia Kidman, Martin Short, Angus Stone, Sarah Blasko, Missy Higgins, Sophie Monk, The Presets, Lisa Mitchell, Ella Hooper, Gracie Otto, Barry Otto and has been commissioned to work on shows such as Australia’s ‘Dancing with the Stars’ and the 2013, 2014 season of X Factor with Makeup and Body Art.

Becca is excited to soon release her debut Body Art Book duo – We The Painted and MUA BOOTCAMP


I am asked quite often “what’s with the name?”… what they are really saying is “It’s a dumbass name… why did you choose it?”

When I was a little girl… for as long as I can remember… until about 6 or 7 years of age… I actually had three imaginary friends. They were as real to me as anything else in the world.


So I named my blog after my imaginary friend.

I have no idea where those names came from … If you asked 4 year old Becca she would have told you “well that’s what they told me their names were!”

They were a massive part of my early childhood. Just ask my parents.

TWOSIX was the one who caused the most trouble from what I am told.

It only seemed natural to name my blog after the skills it takes as a makeup artist – Imagination and Skills with Tools… Hence:


TWOSIX might just sound like two numbers to you… but to me it represents my childhood, my imagination and maybe a bit of shenanigans.