Feralene Orpilla, better known as "Simply Feralene " is a master of her craft in the field of makeup artistry. Her career path began in 2007 when she left her hometown of Honolulu, Hawaii and moved to Las Vegas, NV. In 2012, Feralene achieved a professional certification and honored as the "Top Pro Makeup Artist" in all levels of makeup artistry. Feralene has been involved in several concept photo shoots where she has collaborated with renowned celebrity fashion designers, photographers, television, beauty pageants, Celebrities and red carpet events. Feralene's editorial work has been published in numerous magazines not only in the United States but internationally. She also serves as a boat member of the "Las Vegas Fashion Design Council" and currently a contributing writer for L'Vegue Magazine.
Aside from working behind the scenes on television and studio settings, Feralene not only mastered her craft as a makeup artist but also intensified her flair to fashion. A local tv network "Vegas Life TV" partnered with Feralene giving her the role as the lead TV host for "Essence of Beauty by Simply Feralene ", a beauty segment of Cox cable tv aired locally in Las Vegas and globally.
Feralene does not take her successes for granted. She has not forgotten where she came from by "Paying It Forward" equally to both aspiring makeup artists, donating her time and service to prestigious charity events and big organizations. Feralene also named as the beauty advocate for "Voices For Dignity" helping women regain their inner beauty and self confidence by teaching them how to improve and enhance their appearance through makeup artistry. In addition, Feralene inspires other artists and recognized as the the beauty educator for "Rain Cosmetics".
"Makeup artistry is a combination of beauty and art sense. I treat every client as if it is a work of art, something that I want to be proud of when it is accomplished. It is my philosophy to treat every client as if they were my personal friends and provide a flawless, up-to-date trendy looks, combined with old fashioned values".