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  • Thanks so much for taking a look at my site!

    My name is Victoria Roggio.  I am a Philadelphia based Makeup Artist and Stylist working in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Beyond (you name the place and I’ll travel there).  

I was born and raised in the Republic of Moldova, Eastern Europe.  Since I was a child, I’ve always been fascinated with art and the professional makeup industry.  My mother was a makeup artist who I spent years shadowing as an apprentice.  Since then, I’ve created my own philosophy and it’s simple.  I believe in my artistic talent and I believe in myself.  I use my creative skills and vision to help bring out the best in people while keeping an emphasis on their natural beauty.  

I will help you achieve the perfect look for any occasion, using makeup to enhance your natural features and to project an attractive persona that maintains it’s own distinct character.  I love what I do and that type of passion speaks for itself. 

I am available for commercial and editorial shoots along with weddings or any other unique event.  Please feel free browse around and definitely reach out to me if you’d like to learn more about my services offered or would like to collaborate. 

    Warm regards,


A Villanova Conference Center Wedding

Photography: The Artist Group

Makeup: Victoria Roggio

Location: Villanova Conference Center

Finally I am taking off for my vacation!!! I will be traveling to Europe and I will be taking new classes so I can come up with new inspirational looks for 2015.

I am very happy to share my last wedding of this year. It was truly a pleasure working with all my beautiful clients and amazing photographers. Thank you everyone for being a huge support in building my business and believing in me:)

Happy Holiday Season my dear followers!!!



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Twiggy was the “It” girl of the sixties and rocked a mod, and very unique, pixie/glamor look. From her cute pixie bob to her enormous eyes, this look is not hard to come by with a few makeup products and some mod clothing.

I love timeless makeup looks and an iconic look that hasn’t gone out of style is Twiggy’s signature glam. Even though this look is straight from the 60’s, it is still something that can be worn today. Depending on how exaggerated you do your cut crease and liner, you can rock this look for an evening out or even with the New Years coming up. 

If you’re down to try this look, you’re just as fearless a makeup maven as Twiggy. “For some women, the idea of wearing make-up fills them with fear, but it’s a good way to draw attention to your best features,” Twiggy explained. “At the very least, mascara can open up the eyes and add depth to your face.”

Photography: Eric Ashleigh

Makeup & Hair: Victoria Roggio

Wardrobe: Anastasia Semenova

Model: Kerstin


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Design + Coordination: Barette Widell + Danielle Hershmann of Widell Designs

Models: Caralin Curcio + Sean McCreery

Assistant: Margaret Brown


Makeup:Victoria Roggio of Make Me Up Pretty

Hair: Katya Ro of Hairdiculous 

Cake: Vanessa Ross Cakes

Rentals: AC Party Rentals

Location: Liberty Lands Park | Philadelphia, PA

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Photographer: Marisa Rebecca of Redfield Photography

Hair and Makeup: Victoria Roggio

Clothing: H&M

Location: Northern Liberties, Philadelphia

Urban style this fall/winter is all about pairing graphic elements with feminine accents. For this shoot, our rocked a patterned crop top with a neutral gray skirt to balance out the look and soften the edge of the printed tee.  We added a slouchy knit hat to bring the look into the fall season, while styling her blonde hair into soft tousled waves that say “I woke up like this” (as if…it’s all about the image!).  We polished off this look with glowy, healthy skin, soft and romantic eyes, and a killer bold lip for that perfect, urban, eat your heart out vibe.


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Photography: Wojtaszek Weddings

Makeup: Victoria Roggio

Hair: Ekaterina Rodionova from Architeqt Salon

Getting ready: Hotel Monaco, Philadelphia

Venue: Ballroom at the Ben

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