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Make Up Artist Magazine Issue No. 86
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Make-Up Artist Magazine Issue No.86


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Make-Up Artist Magazine Issue No.86


Issue No. 86
September / October 2010 Two Covers!


Make-up Quake Joe Nazzaro
It's a Scream! Joe Nazzaro
Dark Beauty Graham Coslett
Fear Factory Keith Loria
Scareface Make-Up Artist magazine
Here Come the Brides
Movies on the Move Chris Koseluk

 

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Make-up Quake
Make-up Quake by Joe Nazzaro
IMATS Los Angeles 2010 shattered all previous records, with nearly 9,000 attendees and 199 exhibitors (up from 85).

It\'s a Scream!
It's a Scream! by Joe Nazzaro
This season's scariest films allow practical make-up effects to thrive. Joe Nazzaro talks to the artists behind Saw 3D, Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D, Piranha 3D and My Soul to Take.

Dark Beauty
Dark Beauty by Graham Coslett
Versatile make-up artist Nelly Recchia's artistry has left an imprint on music videos (Kelis, Britney Spears, Madonna and Marilyn Manson, among others), magazine covers, commercials, fine-art photography and films.

Fear Factory
Fear Factory by Keith Loria
Make-up artists scare up work in Halloween and haunted-house industries. Artists Scott Ramp of The Scream Team, Brian and Diana Warner of Evilusions, Kurt Drake of Wolfe Face Art & FX, Tony Mitchell of Six Flags Discovery Kingdom's Fright Fest and Frank Ippolito talk about their experiences.

Scareface
Scareface by Make-Up Artist magazine
What's an artist's favorite holiday? Halloween, of course. Check out the pros' looks in our photo gallery.

Here Come the Brides
Here Come the Brides
IMATS Los Angeles 2010 runway show offers wedding make-up styles through the ages, with make-up looks designed by Make Up For Ever Founder Dany Sanz.

Movies on the Move
Movies on the Move by Chris Koseluk
These days, an artist's best tool may be a suitcase. Chris Koseluk takes a look at productions—and make-up artists—moving to states that have incentives, rebates and subsidies.

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