The revival features most of the original department heads, along with special make-up effects designer Bill Terezakis and his Vancouver-based shop, WCT Productions. Terezakis had worked on the 2008 film The X-Files: I Want to Believe, and was happy to return to that universe.
NBC's new incarnation of The Wiz featured special make-ups for the Scarecrow, the Tinman and the Lion, all created by Dave and Lou Elsey.
Make-Up Artist magazine interviewed three key artists behind the transformation for details, products and once-in-a-lifetime moments.
Colin Lyons, co-founder of Fangs FX, died on Sunday, Feb. 7 following a recent illness, Jen Lyons told Make-Up Artist magazine.
The event celebrates the films—and the make-up artists and hairstylists who worked on them—nominated for an Achievement in Makeup and Hairstyling Oscar for 2016.
On Jan. 13, the who’s who of the make-up industry gathered together to celebrate 20 years of Make-Up Artist magazine at the Magic in the Moonlight Gala, held at the Pasadena Convention Center.
Nelly Recchia dabbled in theater, dance and languages before embracing make-up artistry (particularly body painting) as a means of expression. It was an inspired choice: she has emerged as a versatile artist with an intricate, stunning style.
In the midst of Paris Fashion Week, celebrity make-up artist Pat McGrath launched her first ever make-up product—Gold 001—in the Jardins des Tuileries. McGrath and her team debuted the product with free make-up applications to top models, editors and the general public. “Gold 001 is a one-off revolutionary highly malleable formula—there is something magnificent […]
At the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, celebrities graced the red carpet in stunning dresses and make-ups to match. To find out how to recreate Kate Mara’s wine-hued lips, Emily Blunt’s navy smoky eye and more, InStyle spoke with the make-up artists behind the looks. Read the full story here.
The Art + Design issue presents body painters on parade, collectors and the creations they keep and Rick Baker’s return to painting.
For the Giving Back issue, we share how artists are making a difference with their skills, knowledge and make-up.
In time for Halloween, our biggest issue ever is full of ghoulish tricks and treats! For this Products and Tools issue, we cover tattoo make-up, counterfeit cosmetics and your favorite splurge vs. steal products. ALSO: IMATS London recap; spooky movie make-ups; Tim Burton-inspired beauty by Karla Powell; Val Garland’s risks pay off; Craig Reardon on […]