Makeup artist shows off her incredible ‘glam room’ complete with neon lights, THOUSANDS of cosmetics and a professional ‘Hollywood’ mirror
- A Melbourne makeup artist has revealed her envy-inducing ‘glam room’
- Analyce Thomas paints faces on swivel chairs in front of a Hollywood mirror
- A custom-made neon purple sign spelling her name hangs over the vanity
- She stores her vast cosmetics collection in drawers from IKEA
- Photos of the room have gone viral on Facebook with many calling it ‘goals’
Beauty lovers are obsessing over a makeup artist’s lavish ‘glam room’ fitted with neon lights, storage space for thousands of products and a theatrical Hollywood mirror.
Analyce Thomas posted photos of her newly renovated home studio in a group on Facebook, telling members she is ‘beyond happy’ with the professional space she has always dreamed of.
‘I started from nothing and I’ve always put back into my business and now I finally have this,’ the Melbourne creative wrote in the caption.
Ms Thomas paints clients’ faces on high swivel chairs in front of a large mirror illuminated by light bulbs fitted along either side.
A purple sign spelling out her name hangs over the vanity while an eight-tier storage unit houses her vast cosmetics collection.
‘Glam room’ of dreams: Melbourne makeup artist Analyce Thomas’ home studio, fitted with a custom-made neon sign that spells out her name
Ms Thomas has storage space for her vast cosmetics collection made up of thousands of products
She shared photos of the room before its redesign to show up-and-coming makeup artists that ‘anything is possible’ with hard work.
The photos have gone viral since they were shared Tuesday, with many calling the studio ‘goals’ and saying they hoped to have their own some day.
Replying to questions in the comments, Ms Thomas said she purchased the sign from Custom Neon, a website that allows you to design your own LED lighting.
She didn’t disclose the cost but similar sized signs are priced at $779.
The creative (pictured) renovated her home studio into the ‘glam room’ she had always dreamed of
Then and now: Photos of the basic set-up Ms Thomas started her business with (left) and her new ‘glam room’ (right) show how far she has come
The drawers come from IKEA while the high swivel chairs were bought in Target two years ago, Ms Thomas revealed.
Beauty enthusiasts were blown away by the elaborate design.
‘Congratulations girl! Investing in yourself and your [business] is the most powerful and empowering message to yourself to say you’ve totally got this and deserve every success! Proud of you,’ a fellow artist said.
Another said: ‘Looks amazing. It’s so elite, can’t deal.’
Others said they were ‘in love’ with the ‘dream glam room’.
Dozens of makeup brushes and beauty tools are stacked into containers on the Hollywood-style vanity
The term ‘glam room’ was coined by British interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard, who has designed bespoke makeup stations for every Kardashian-Jenner except Kim over the past decade.
Bullard, who has also created glam rooms for two princesses, told Architectural Digest in 2017 that the concept is a ‘must-have’ for celebrities with large social media followings.
‘The way a home gym used to be the fashion, it’s now the glam room,’ he said.