international make up artist + clean beauty consultant.

Nat van Zee is a clean beauty consultant and international make up artist with editorials in Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, The Times. She has a decade of backstage experience on international runway make up teams like Balenciaga, Mulberry and Celine. 

Nat works on advertising campaigns for brands such as Chloe, DeMellier, and celebrity clients Cara Delevigne, Karlie Kloss and Gemma Arterton. She has been a hairstylist for two decades, she styles and cuts on request.

In 2012 Nat switched to natural beauty after a mood boosting organic skincare facial; her first experience with aromatherapy. Next she learned about potential skin and health harming chemicals in mainstream beauty formulations, turning her make up career in a wellness journey, learning about ingredients, logos and brand ethics.

Watch the 2 min film to find out more, or read Nat’s interview for Eco Age to read her story.

Nat trained in cosmetic acupuncture and polychromatic light therapy – both developed her understanding of how beauty depends on inner health, nutrition, emotional wellbeing, lifestyle and the environment.

Nat believes that choosing natural and organic beauty is a statement of self love, and a investment in people, animal’s and the planet’s health.

She is a judge for Psychologies Natural Beauty & Wellbeing Awards and guest lecturer at LCF, Central St. Martins and Solent University. Nat has been a make up tutor for 10 years, from runway, ethnic to vegan, zero waste and ethical beauty content.

Nat founded – an online marketplace with curated clean beauty tutorials, product recommends and expert services. Vanzee’s Natural Beauty Guide distills Nat’s natural, organic, vegan and ethical beauty knowledge into easy action steps to adopt healthier, skin-friendly beauty. It includes ingredients to avoid, logos to seek out and how to reduce plastic in your beauty routine. All info is validated by science and supported by health and wellness experts.

Vanzee has been featured by Eco Age, Psychologies Magazine, Breastcancer UK,  The Soil Association, Women Environmental Group and This is a Good Guide, for a Sustainable Lifestyle.