Tre Dallas

Tre Dallas is the ultimate go-to for make-up, hair and styling. 
With over 18 years in the industry Tre has styled and provided hair and make-up to some of Australia’s top celebrities, models, bloggers and TV personalities. 
He is best known as Lindy Klim’s personal makeup artist, contributing to her incredible looks whilst doing her hair. 
He is a regular at red carpet and VIP events and appeared on the first series of Real Housewives of Melbourne in 2014. 
Tre applies his signature sense of style and eye for detail to all of his work - and captures it via his popular social media channels and blog. He shares his expertise with his audience offering them tips and ‘how-to’s’ and showcases his favorite cosmetic, hair care and fashion labels via his different platforms. 
His social channels also have become a portfolio of his work, featuring his clients and behind the scenes shots. 


Tre has cultivated an incredible career in the makeup and beauty industries, with over 18 years’ experience working alongside powerhouses MAC and Mecca, as well as leading Australian fashion brands, photographers and all major runway shows.

He has been the makeup artist for the faces of Australia’s most prominent models, actors and personalities, Tre has recently expanded his fashionable eye to styling, earning him a celebrity client list of the industry’s current ‘it crowd’.

Sport stars, media identities, music artists and television personalities now credit Tre Dallas for their on-trend outfits, fresh faces and glamor-ous hairstyles.

Tre supports his styling and makeup work with a social media

profile that has amassed him a cult following of hungry fashionista’s and style-savvy audience, with whom he shares the moments of his glamorous life as a celebrity makeup artist and stylist.



“For me, it’s all about mixing the high and the low, street and couture, the everyday with the exceptional – a Balmain dress with Converse shoes, a Nars foundation with a stand-out Maybelline mascara. My rule: whatever works for you is what’s most important.”