Makeup Artist Mag Back Issue 79

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IMATS at Critical Mass

This recap article features scenes from our biggest L.A. show ever with photos by Deverill Weekes. Attendance for the show more than doubled from 2008 and crowds packed the trade-show floor which featured twice the space and 25 percent more vendors than last year. For the first time in IMATS history show programs were completely gone by Sunday morning. And IMATS videos have had over one million hits on YouTube.

The Many Faces of Michael Jackson by Joe Nazzaro 

Make-up artists recall working with the King of Pop in this article by Joe Nazzaro featuring never-before-published photos. From iconic music video make-up to everyday disguises Michael Jackson collaborated with some of the biggest names in the make-up industry.

An Unexpected Partnership by Ron Magid 

The Burman make-up dynasty continues—with a twist—in part two of our three part series from Ron Magid. Tom Burman talks about his career in the early '80s: "At that time " Burman recalled "I read a quote from Helen Keller: 'Life is a daring adventure or nothing at all ' and my life was about to make major changes. I think of those years as the beginning of my transformation as I am still evolving every day."

Look-Alikes by Joe Nazzaro

Recreating historical characters through make-up

In recent months moviegoers and TV viewers have been treated to plenty of historical recreations (see sidebar page 55 in article). With that in mind Make-Up Artist asked artists with plenty of likeness make-up experience how best to recreate well-known characters.

Fringe Benefits by Heather Wisner

Shu Uemura's Gina Brooke on luck lashes and life with Madonna. Brooke talks to Managing Editor Heather Wisner about starting over as a make-up artist in Los Angeles after a moving company lost her portfolio and about creating looks and eyelashes for Madonna.

At Home in Hollywood by Joe Nazzaro

Makeup & Effects Lab celebrates 30 years in the business. Allan Apone Paul Elliott John Fifer Don Coleman Harry Blom and Edward Carrillo talk about the company's growth and involvement in such projects as Evilspeak Star Trek: The Next Generation Rice Krispie and Hostess Cup Cake commercials and Pushing Daisies.

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