Francesca Padron is a U.S based Makeup Artist. Her passion for beauty was ignited by her grandmother, who was a lead makeup artist for Max Factor. Being engaged in the cosmetic industry at a young age, soon her passion blossomed into a career. Francesca started out as an assistant on shoots for Amanda Lepore in the 2009 edition of the Russian expatriate culture magazine, Depesha; which encouraged her to continue pursuing makeup.
A major milestone in Frankie’s career was when her work lit up the huge Toshiba billboard in Times Square in 2012. From there Frankie has been on a spree, showcasing her unique and innovative make up techniques.
Frankie has worked persistently with her work being featured in ad campaigns and look books for brands such as Hanky Panky, and GCDS to name few. Her clientele includes high profile celebrities such as the CEO of Starbucks Kevin Johnson and former CEO of Starbucks Howard Schultz, CEO of Equinox Niki Leondakis, Tony Robbins, CEO of Van Cleef Helen King, The Real Housewives of New York’s Dorinda Medley, the cast members of Southern Charm, among others.
Currently working on networks such as CNBC, CNN, NBC, Bravo, Nasdaq, Fox, and CBS, Francesca looks forward for new ventures to expand her reach in the makeup industry.