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Make-Up Artist Magazine Issue No.81

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Make-Up Artist Magazine Issue No.81

Issue No. 81
November / December 2009 Two Covers!

IMATS Sydney: Fun Down Under Heather Wisner
Gold Standard Joe Nazzaro
Oscar« Splash Joe Nazzaro
'Moon' Lighting Wendy Helfenbaum
Going Places Brett Glass
It's Good to be King Joe Nazzaro
Child's Play Keith Loria


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IMATS Sydney: Fun Down Under
IMATS Sydney: Fun Down Under by Heather Wisner
New International Make-Up Artist Trade Show drew artists from all over Australia, Sept. 13-14, 2009 at the Sydney Convention Centre.

Gold Standard
Gold Standard by Joe Nazzaro
How the Oscar« selection process really works, with guidance from Leonard Engelman, governor of the Makeup Artists and Hairstylists Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Oscar« Splash
Oscar« Splash by Joe Nazzaro
Joe Nazzaro looks at the big pool of contenders vying for the prize. Movies include: Taking Woodstock, The Young Victoria, Amelia, Public Enemies, Inglourious Basterds, Watchmen, Avatar, Terminator Salvation, District 9, Star Trek, Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant and X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

\'Moon\' Lighting
'Moon' Lighting by Wendy Helfenbaum
Writer Wendy Helfenbaum finds out how Norma Hill-Patton makes Twilight: New Moon vampires glow.
Going Places
Going Places by Brett Glass
Brett Glass finds out how Vietnam-born beauty make-up artist Hung Vanngo's artistry has taken him far. See the full article here.

It\'s Good to be King
It's Good to be King by Joe Nazzaro
Designer Peter King makes a strong showing in awards season with his work on Rob Marshall's Nine and Peter Jackson's The Lovely Bones.

Child\'s Play
Child's Play by Keith Loria
The need for make-up artists who can work with kids and teenagers has grown as more networks have realized that shows aimed at children can attract big audiences. But making up these kids isn't all fun and games.

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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