The cosmetic darling, who rates Napolean Perdis as a mentor and has worked in the industry for nine years, said she loved the creativity that came with the job.
�I love colour, I love fashion, I love design and most importantly I love anything creative,� Coleski said.
�Being a make-up artist isn�t what it�s perceived by many, it�s actually a whole other world.
�It is an industry where you can experiment and be creative with colours for things like photo shoots, challenge yourself, learn and grow as a person when put in demanding situations like backstage of a fashion show.�
Coleski, who launched her make-up line in front of VIPs, said she wanted to create a brand that would make people feel good and look great.
�I have always been a huge advocate of any product I put on my client�s skin but I saw a need in the market for a product that was of a high standard as well as offering an affordable price for the everyday consumer,� she said.
�For the past few years I have worked extensively and tirelessly to produce a full range of cosmetics that finally meets these needs.�
To see the range visit www.veracoleskimakeupartistry .com.au.