Issue 068 September/October 2007
In this issue:
The end of an era: William Tuttle by Rick Devereux
As MGM's make-up master during the studio's golden age, Bill Tuttle lent his talents to scores of landmark films.
Rashes, blisters and itches: Oh, my! by Todd McIntosh
What you must know to prevent allergic reactions to make-up, and how to recognize and handle reactions when they occur.
A pinch of Stardust by Joe Nazzaro
How make-up magic (on a modest budget) brought wicked witches, plotting princes and a pirate captain to life in this year's most offbeat fantasy film.
The future will be airbrushed by Brett Glass
Onetime Viennese vaudevillian Sylvia Pichler made herself over as a product pioneer; now, she explains how high-definition TV and other emerging technology are transforming make-up methods.