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Make-Up Artist Magazine Issue No.87

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Make-Up Artist Magazine Issue No.87

Issue No. 87
November / December 2010 Two Covers!

Packed Weekend at IMATS Sydney Julia Teen
Snow Flicks Joe Nazzaro
Oscar Watch, Part One Joe Nazzaro
Making the Scene Graham Coslett
It's a Wrap! Make-Up Artist magazine
Beauty from a Bygone Era Carlos Delgado


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Packed Weekend at IMATS Sydney
Packed Weekend at IMATS Sydney by Julia Teen
Recapping the second-annual IMATS Sydney, which returned to Australia Sept. 18-19, 2010, with approximately 2,500 international attendees (including make-up artists, exhibitors and fans) and more than 50 make-up brands represented.

Snow Flicks
Snow Flicks by Joe Nazzaro
Joe Nazzaro takes a look at the movie make-up that will be heating up screens this winter. Films include: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader; Black Swan; Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1; Burlesque and Nutcracker 3D. For more online-exclusive photos of Dawn Treader click here.

Oscar Watch, Part One
Oscar Watch, Part One by Joe Nazzaro
We revisit some of the make-up that made the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' informal list of contenders, as suggested by the Makeup Artists and Hairstylists Branch Executive Committee. Films include: The Wolfman, Shutter Island, Predators, Jonah Hex and Alice in Wonderland.

Making the Scene
Making the Scene by Graham Coslett
You'll find Australian beauty artist Karen Hopwood backstage, where the action is. She has done work for Vogue, Bride to Be, Cosmopolitan, Rolling Stone, Lady Gaga, Cyndi Lauper, the Black Eyed Peas and Maroon 5, among others.

It\'s a Wrap!
It's a Wrap! by Make-Up Artist magazine
We asked working make-up artists and retailers to name the best post-production gifts to give (and receive).

Beauty from a Bygone Era
Beauty from a Bygone Era by Carlos Delgado
Vintage make-up collections prove they just don't make 'em like they used to. Make-up artist and educator Donna Mee, Max Factor family member Steven Firestein and make-up union Local 706 shared their collections. What are your favorite vintage products? Tell us on our Make-Up Artist magazine Facebook page.

Get Inspired! The Art and Design Package
Skilled Artistry, Industry Remembrance at IMATS Vancouver
Sydney Show Shines in New Venue
Timeless Beauty
From 'Fury' to 'Foxcatcher'
Oscar Watch, Part I
Surgery, Supervillains and the Supernatural
The Human Canvas


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