Joan has been styling the nation with over 20 years. She works with large and small corporate companies and also advises both men and women on a one-to-one basis.
The Academy was created to attract top, highly talented people who are interested in careers in “Fashion Styling”, “Colour Analysis”, “Makeup Artistry” and “Personal Shoppers” and she recently announced her collaboration with Bronwyn Conroy Beauty School in Dublin.
Cork's Favourite Image Consultant
Joan Cashman is the inspiration behind the company, Colour and Image Academy, a unique centre that specialises in all aspects of makeup and image consultancy training.
Joan has used her extensive experience teaching to to leading consultants throughout Europe, Ireland and the UK and this is what led her to set up this landmark Academy. Her training techniques and unique approach enable both men and women to excel in this very competitive business. Another part of the Academy provides comprehensive image consultancy services.
Joan works extensively in the field of Cosmetic Camouflage and as a makeup artist with some of the leading names in the business. She works with TV, gives advice on radio chat shows, hosts “image for business” days with large corporations, and trains personnel from our well known department stores nationwide.
She’s a regular contributor to beauty, fashion, and lifestyle magazines and is a favourite with Irish modelling agencies and VIPs to do styling and photocalls.
She won the inaugural Rabot Tweetie Top Twitter Awards for Fashion two years in a row – plus The Hi Awards “Stylist of the Year” Tia Maria Style Awards 2015, 2018, and was recently honoured with ‘The Lifetime Achievement Award’ for her contribution to the Beauty Industry May 2022.
Joan says, “It’s my pleasure to help men and women feel confident in their style so that they can confidently pull their look together every day with ease”
Joan and her husband two grown up children and a busy and rewarding family life.
- Colour Analysis
- Style Sessions
- Make Up Lessons
- Personal Spopping