A room or building in which an artist works
We are the craftsman's workshop for you.
The Style Atelier embraces the vision of each person being the best version of yourself.
This is where you can find courses that inspire you in your journey of personal growth.
We curate learning experiences for those who are looking to engage meaningfully with a like-minded community. What you learn will enrich you in your wellness, beauty and lifestyle.
Unique to The Style Atelier, our workshops are focused on self-culturedness and self-discovery
Our Style Architects
BA(Hons), PGDE (Distinction), Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach
Winner, Shu Uemura Beauty Art Makeup Competition 2016
Joy lectured in tertiary institutions for a decade before she ran The Style Atelier full-time with her partner, Violet. Realising that soft skills are the new hard skills in a world that is increasingly challenged by volatility and ambiguity, Joy develops creative programmes as well as engages in psychometric coaching to help individuals thrive amidst the changing landscape with savoir faire.
As an accomplished makeup and hair artist, Joy has also worked with many international beauty brands such as Max Factor, Guerlain, Nivea, Revlon, etc, to educate consumers, media and KOLs on the art of beauty.
Joy loves art and in her free time, she explores museums to seek inspirations for her projects.
M.Ed, BA(Merit), ACTA, Problem-based Learning Certified Educator
Violet started her career in education at the Executive Education arm of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, where she managed the flagship Senior Management Programme. Inspired by the impact of lifelong learning, she went on to lecture in the polytechnics and university for the next ten years.
At The Style Atelier, Violet thrives on sharing her expertise in education, business protocol, as well as professional makeup and hairstyling with clients. Together with Joy, she has customised programmes for notable clients like Ministry of Defence Singapore, SATS, LinkedIn, Microsoft and Disneyland Hong Kong, among others.
Violet embraces her dual role as a working professional and a mother to two young children, and believes that women can be empowered to succeed in both arenas.