Vivianne Tran is a multi-award winning hair stylist and make-up artist.

Based in Melbourne, Vivianne travels throughout Australia to work on runway shows, editorial and commercial photo shoots, designer look books, film sets and corporate functions.

To date Vivianne’s work has been featured in the prestigious Element Magazine (New York), Professional Professional Beauty, Beauty Magazine, Gold Coast Wedding Magazine, Women’s Day, En-Vie Magazine, Culture Magazine, the front cover of the German cake magazine, Tweed Coast Weekly Newspapper, Maggie Zuckier and Queensland’s highest circulating newspaper, the Sunday Mail.

Fashion labels Black Milk, Princess Polly, George Wu, Kalb & Etiw,  Tovah, Savva Argyrou, Leina Broughton, Lisa Brown, George Evening, Kain Label, Paige premium, Sacha Darke, Shiva Diva and Mecedes Benz Fashion Week,  Bank of Queensland, Telstra, Channel 9, ABC  Australian Story, Brisbane Festival, Lorna Jane, IP Wealth, Queensland University of Technology, Maryon’s, ORIRI, Adorne and BMA are just a snapshot of the calibre of companies she has worked with.

Collaborating with respected photographers such as Thom Kerr, George Favios, Chris Fastseas, Christian Aas, Geoff Francis, Justin Ma, Nadia Masot, Paul Christey and Ali Mitton, Vivianne has completed the hair and make-up on models including Claire Ralston (face of Mercedes Benz Fashion 2011) , Anthea Maree Page (established cover model), Rachel Hammett (runway model), Sarah Mathew (international model), Monique K Wright (New York Fashion Week model, Australia 2010 Schwarzkopf Winner) and Antoinette Lewis (International Cover Model).

When on location, Vivianne’s work is swift and thorough to make sure she is on time, meets the brief and makes the client happy.

Nothing was impossible to achieve on the set of horror film 26 Bullets Dead, Australian web TV series The Verge and indie movie AKIVA.

Vivianne’s professional attitude, vibrant personality and natural creative flair have earned her a trusted reputation.

She believes ” the way you look influences the way you feel, the way you feel influences everything”.

When it comes to inspiration, Vivianne looks to Lady Gaga, Alexander Mc Queen, Vivienne Westwood and Miranda Kerr.

Her style reaches across the full spectrum from natural beauty, to edgy, funky and avant garde.

Vivianne is always looking for new muses, when she is not working she is going to training, reviewing new trends and trialling new looks.