Issue 112 February/March 2015
In our Tech Issue (#112), we look at how practical and digital make-up effects artists are moving the industry forward by working together. We also assess the new tools helping artists work. Also in this issue: Vogue contributing editor and beauty artist Alice Lane, make-up details from Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb and Into the Woods, monster maker Norman Cabrera, TV veteran Riccie Johnson and an exclusive photo feature from Jordan Liberty.
PLUS THESE COLUMNS:
- Industry Buzz: Birdman and Mike Elizalde, details on the 2015 Make-up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards, new Taylor Chang-Babaian book, 2015 Make-up Artist Design Show, Kristofer Buckle's new make-up line, Bloomingdale event with LA Opera and M.A.C.,Â Make-Up Artist's trip to Rome, Bollywood opens to female make-up artists
- What's in Your Kit? With Victoria Stiles
- Product News featuring ShowOffs Body Art, DeclÃ©or Paris, Victor Sodano Products, M.A.C., Laura Mercier, Ben Nye, Mad Hippie, Kryolan, BeautiControl and Swoon
- Retro Reviews: Pull-off masks and disguise make-ups
- Backstage features Mark Marson and Made in Dagenham
- Lab Tech: Tate Steinsiek's dried riverbed effect
- Out of the Kit: Robin Mathews' on-location tricks
- A Beauty Breakdown look from John Perkins for Jada Pinkett Smith in Gotham
Pick up the tablet edition for more Birdman behind-the-scenes photos, and more photos and videos for our Tech Package, IMATS Toronto 2014, Night at the Museum, Into the Woods and Retro Reviews. To order a single-issue tablet edition, go to Google PlayÂ orÂ iTunes.
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