There’s nothing better than three amazing, intelligent women putting their heads together to solve the world’s problems, one day at a time.
HMUA PAX, a women-owned company, has designed Pro Pax to assist hair and makeup artists with disposable/single use kits containing essential tools for pros.
That’s exactly what Donna Waxstein (Line Producer), Maureen Burke (Makeup-Artist), and Deborah Casanova (Entrepreneur) did to enhance safety and sanitation on the set during this pandemic, creating a line of individual disposable supplies for cosmetic applications called the HMUA Pro Pax, Basic Pro Pax, and soon introducing the Deluxe Pro Pax!
Each set comes with all the basic necessities, like black latex-free disposable gloves, sanitation wipes, sponges, various brushes, and biodegradable lightweight black multipurpose towel. All the items come in a resealable disposable bag that talent can then take home, if they so desire.
For those not on set, like teachers, chefs, and medical professionals, a Basic Pro Pax is available; and for those who want to send their talent home with a little extra love, there’s the Deluxe Pro Pax.
Katharin Mraz interviews the HMUA Pax founders, Donna Waxstein, Maureen Burke, and Deborah Casanova
HMUA PAX is a women-owned company dedicated to providing professional artists with solutions to comply with the currently evolving beauty industry standards. Through creative collaborations between HMUA PAX owners Donna Waxstein (Commercial Line Producer), Deborah Casanova (Entrepreneur), and renowned celebrity and fashion makeup artist Maureen Burke, PRO PAX was developed. These disposable/single use kits contain essential tools for pros.
Artists have to rethink how to best perform their craft and adhere to present day requirements. With that in mind, the number one priority of HMUA PAX is to assist hair and makeup artists by creating a source to satisfy beauty service needs in a manner which ensures the well-being of both artist and client. As a company, HMUA PAX will continue to stay at the innovative forefront as new specifications for the beauty industry unfold.
Katharin Mraz is a contributing writer for Reel Chicago and Reel 360. Email her at email@example.com