On Friday, Sept. 9, Make-Up Artist magazine hosted a party honoring the nominees for this year’s Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences presented the Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards on Sept. 10 and 11 at L.A. Live's Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.
Zena Shteysel was recently nominated for an Emmy for her work as make-up department head on Fox’s 'Grease: Live' television special. In our exclusive interview, she talks scene changes, golf carts and the reliability of make-up pencils.
The company decided to open the store because of the demand for their products by artists in the theater, fashion and advertising industries.
Steve Johnson will debut his new book 'Rubberhead: Sex, Drugs and Special FX' at IMATS L.A. 2017.
The AD&A Museum of UC Santa Barbara is home to the 'LIFEFORMS: The Makeup Art of Michael Westmore' exhibit, which opened Sept. 10 and will run through Dec. 4.
The season’s looks fell into two categories: Strict (Sharp, Razor, Kaleidoscope) and Loose (Stained, Diffused).
Laura Sanchez ultimately secured the title of Beauty Vlogger of the Year, a $50,000 prize and a years’ supply of NYX Cosmetics products.
Make-up artist Natalie Young shares the products she used to create Leslie Jones’ look for the Ghostbusters premiere.
Bolster your kit with our annual Products and Tools issue, featuring history and handling of creature suits and the ins and outs of specialty teeth and lenses!
“Half memoir, half coffee table book, all awesomeness!” That’s how Steve Johnson describes Rubberhead: Sex, Drugs and Special FX, a planned five-volume series of books detailing the artist’s colorful career.
Join us in celebrating make-up artistry and the people who make it happen with our 20th anniversary issue! Featuring an epic photo story with more than 75 of the industry’s best artists, this collectors’ edition has our first-ever trifold cover and 170 pages of content—our biggest issue yet!