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Make-Up Artist Magazine Issue No.89

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Make-Up Artist Magazine Issue No.89

Issue No. 89
March / April 2011 Two Covers!

IMATS London Celebrates Decade Joe Nazzaro
Big Apple Artistry
Fractured Fantasy and Angry Aliens
Falling for Fashion Melissa MacGillivray
Counter Intelligence Brett Glass
Behind the Mask Joe Nazzaro


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IMATS London Celebrates Decade
IMATS London Celebrates Decade by Joe Nazzaro
More than 5,000 international make-up artists and fans gathered for the tenth IMATS London, Jan. 29-30, 2011, breaking attendance records yet again. Joe Nazzaro recaps the highlights.

Big Apple Artistry
Big Apple Artistry
By Brett Glass, Chris Koseluk and Joe Nazzaro

Make-up artists Angela Johnson, John Caglione Jr. and Linda Mason talk about how they carved out careers in New York.

Fractured Fantasy and Angry Aliens
Fractured Fantasy and Angry Aliens
By Joe Nazzaro and Heather Wisner

Exciting make-ups debut during a typically slow season. Make-Up Artist magazine talks with artists about their work in Beastly, Battle: Los Angeles, Red Riding Hood, Sucker Punch, Your Highness and Water for Elephants.

Falling for Fashion
Falling for Fashion by Melissa MacGillivray
Our trend report from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week NY Fall 2011 shows, with make-up by Lyne Desnoyers, Luc Bouchard, Hung Vanngo, Gordon Espinet, Sil Bruinsma, Lucia Pica, Carole Colombani, Nadine Luke, Tom Pecheux, Itsuki, Polly Osmond and James Kaliardos. For more photos and online-exclusive coverage, follow this link.

Counter Intelligence
Counter Intelligence by Brett Glass
Can a sales or training job boost your make-up career? Brett Glass talks to executives at Estée Lauder, Stila Cosmetics, Make Up For Ever, Smashbox and more about the career paths of cosmetics companies' sales representatives and trainers.

Behind the Mask
Behind the Mask by Joe Nazzaro
Creating a successful disguise make-up can also mean keeping it secret. Artists recall the different times they've had to make a person incognito.

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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