Meet the Team
PEDRO SANTOS - DIRECTOR
Since moving to Scotland in 2011 Pedro has been working in the third sector and developed a special interest in Social Business. In 2015, after receiving the Muhammad Yunus Scholarship, Pedro completed a Masters in Social Business and Microfinance with Glasgow Caledonian University, to further develop his knowledge of the sector. In 2016 Pedro was a Finalist in the Social Enterprise category of the Converge Challenge, and in the Social Enterprise Champion category of the Social Enterprise Awards for Scotland. Pedro is also the Scalp Micropigmentation practitioner at Remake Up.
CRISTINA BERNARDINO - MANAGER
Cristina prides herself of offering a stellar service from consultation, to treatment and aftercare, based on 20 years of experience in Aesthetics, and an extensive knowledge of human anatomy, a deep understanding of the skin, and most importantly Cristina's constant investment in personal development. Being one of the finalists of the Scotland's Medical Cosmetic Awards 2017 (Highly Commended) & 2015 and Finalist in the Micropigmentation Awards 2017 in the Medical Micropigmentation category, clearly demonstrates a commitment to the industry.
EVA GLUCK - AESTHETICS & MICROPIGMENTATION THERAPIST
Eva brings a huge wealth of experience to ReMake Up, her expertise in the Beauty Industry is second to none. Eva has over 15 years of experience in the industry, she has been an Aesthetic Therapist in Luxury brands & Spas around the globe, having worked in Hungary, Dubai, Oman, and in the UK . Eva is very passionate about micropigmentation, Eva is trained in micropigmentation with machine and Eva is also a certified Phibrows Microblading practitioner. Finally, Eva also specialises in Facial and Body treatments.
Beverley is a Development Worker with the Voice of Experience Forum, and has extensive knowledge in the voluntary sector with over 10 years working in advocacy and volunteer led Befriending Services.
The founder and current CEO of GRACE, a social enterprise providing aftercare services for individuals who have overcome any life trauma, and a key partner in our future service delivery.
Currently a Development officer at East Dunbartonshire Voluntary Action, Graham has years of experience in finance from working in private banking for Tesco Bank.