About Me

At present, Milica continues to balance her work between acting and make-up projects.

How did it all start? In 1999, Milica Jevtic graduated at the ‘Romeo Gorle Academy for Professional make-up artists in Rome, followed by ‘Alexandro Flamingo Institute for TV and film make-up’, also in Rome. Consequently, worked as a make-up artist in a number of films, TV series, commercials, music videos and fashion shows; both domestically as well as internationally.

Ever since 2000, she has been working as a beauty consultant for major cosmetic companies, such as Vichy, RVB, Sephora, Jane Iredaile, Diego Dalla Palma, Avon…

Her expertise as a beauty consultant was reinforced and perfected at the ‘Yves Saint Laurent Institute of beauty, in Paris, where she worked as a coach for 3 years, (2007-2010). In 2009, she was awarded the accolade of the ‘Best coach for Eastern Europe and Asia, at the ‘Yves Saint Laurent Institute’.
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In recent years, she applied her extensive knowledge to education in the field of ‘Beauty care and professional image’, mainly for women in the business world. Milica’s immense experience has been integrated in a number of different tutorials and/or short courses and presentations; all regarding the professional look and style in today’s business world.

These tutorials are based on practical advices in all aspects of professional image; face and body care, and appropriate styling for every occasion. She also runs make-up courses and one to one tutorials, sharing her knowledge to young and aspiring make-up artists.

As a make up artist, she was involved in over a hundred cover shots, for various fashion and life style magazines, such as Cosmopolitan, Sensa, Gloria and Lisa, to name the few. Milica has also been successful working as an actress, on various international and domestic productions, fulfilling her childhood dream. At present, she continues to balance her work between acting and make-up projects.

Prior to make-up trainings, Milica studied History, at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade’. Her prime emphasis, other then Ancient Greece, was on teaching methodology, pedagogy and psychology. Learning, improving and applying these skills helped her a great deal in the make-up field, as all of her tutorials are built on these newfound abilities.

She is currently engaged as a visiting lecturer, at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Novi Sad, teaching the subjects of Cosmetology, (beauty treatment), as well as Dermo-cosmetics, (specific skincare needs recommended by health professionals).

Presently, she works and divides her time between Belgrade and London.