About Me

Hi friends! Thanks for stopping by! My name is Shelbi (Ferguson) Lawhorn.  I am a Professional Hair and Makeup Artist located in Kentucky.  I grew up surrounded by makeup and all things beauty so I don't think many were surprised when I decided to dip my feet into the beauty industry. My mom, who is also a makeup artist, would often take me to work with her when needed and I believe that is when and where the passion formed

I started freelancing doing weddings in 2014.  Soon after that I attended and graduated cosmetology school.  After graduating I started working in a salon and I was quick to realize that as an instant-gratification junkie the salon life was not for me.  I'm so passionate about making people feel beautiful for special occasions and seeing the finished product immediately.  I truly believe that the feeling I get after handing my client a mirror will never get old.  Whether I'm glamming someone up for their wedding, engagement photos, baby shower, maternity photos, boudoir photos, prom/dances or high school seniors photos I love every second of it and I truly feel so blessed to have the job that I do.  

When I'm not glamming up gals you can catch me hanging with my sweet husband and our 3 year old son that we both adore more than anything in this world.  I know I speak for both of us when I say he has been the biggest motivation in our lives.  I enjoy staying active and working out.  I love all things sunshine, especially when sand and water are involved.  My husband, son and myself love traveling and experiencing new places together so being in charge of my own schedule has been a major blessing.  



Here's a couple things about me to help you get to know me better!

Sun sign:  Libra

Food:  Anything Hispanic... or Asian... or Italian.  Ha getting carried away over here

Sweet treat:  Ice cream or chocolate chip cookies

Drink:  Peach tea

spotify playlists:  "have a great day"  and "fresh and chill"

Show:  Dexter & The Office

Favorite Quote:  “Imagine what our world would be like if everyone loved themselves so much that they weren’t threatened by other people’s opinions or skin colors or sexual preferences or talents or education or possessions or lack of possessions or religious beliefs or customs or their general tendency to just be whoever the hell they are.”  — Jen Sincero