Teeah Anderson is the Owner, Lead Bridal Makeup Artist and trusted beauty professional of 876 Faces by Teeah. Her career in this industry started almost a decade ago sitting in the very same chair she now stands in front of everyday.
A proud graduate of one of the top girls schools in the island, St. Andrew High School for Girls; she lauds this institution for starting and nurturing her passion for entrepreneurship.
Continuing to the Caribbean School of Media and Communications at The University of the West Indies, she was successful in completing the Batchelor of Arts Degree in Integrated Marketing and Communications, a field she specifically chose to help her further her business. Over the years Teeah has made a name for her self working on many photo/video shoots, corporate and commercial alike. Some of her clients include, Digicel Jamaica, Sagicor Group of Companies, Main Events, JCDC & Diageo just to name a few and has been featured multiple times alongside her business in The Gleaner, The Observer and JIS.
Having all these artistries and experiences under her belt has made her a well rounded makeup artist and business woman with most of what you see regarding her brand being curated by her. Teeah Anderson is a true Makeup Mogul in the making.
Aside from all the artistries she has dabbled in over the years, Teeah is beholden to one artistry in particular, so much so that she decided to specialise in it.
The Bridal Artistry field Teeah describes as many things but one thing that remains clear is that there is something special about playing an integral role in one of the most special days of a woman’s life that feeds her soul.
Currently based in Kingston, Jamaica, she travels wherever needed on the island. Teeah firmly believes that a Bride deserves nothing but opulence for her big day and she is more than honoured to provide it for them
No matter how many beautiful people she meets or fabulous destinations her career takes her, she always remains humbled and grateful to be apart of every single bridal party she’s had the opportunity to pass her brushes over and plans to continue to expand her business for years to come.