All classes and speakers subject to change
Jordane Cosmetics offers three 10-minute special-effects demonstrations. You will be dazzled by Jordane’s new Total Tattoo Coverage, astonished by Jordane’s new FX Palette and left speechless by Jordane’s Fresh Scab and Liquid Blood products. Randy Daudlin—special effects make-up artist for Pompeii, Autumn and Animal 2—will demonstrate all these special-effects products.
So many traditional make-up techniques are disappearing, but they are our industry staples that get us out of a whole world of trouble. Siân Richards is going to demonstrate a make-up using as few products as possible and will show you how to work out of your box!
In this class, Thomas E. Surprenant describes and demonstrates how to create a practical special- effects make-up on a budget by using existing prosthetics and hairpieces in a new configuration to create a different character. The term “kit bashing” has been used by make-up artists and model makers alike to describe taking parts from existing things and combining them to create something totally different.
Watch as the stars of tomorrow face off in the student make-up competition. Models will present the final make-up creations of make-up students, who are competing for cash and prizes. This year’s character-category theme is The World of Comic Books and Graphic Novels.
See tricks of the trade to help you achieve a strong, clean, gorgeous make-up. Eve Pearl demonstrates the Eve Pearl Method step by step, including how to hide flaws and imperfections and create defined brows, lips and cheeks using her Reverse Contouring method for all skin types. See how using products wet and dry changes your results. Become that top artist everyone requests and receive the compensation you deserve, because you will be worth it. Let Pearl show you how to achieve the look that will keep your clients calling you again and again.
Join keynote speaker Barney Burman (Grimm, Star Trek, Dawn of the Dead) at the Make-Up Artist magazine booth (#607) for an exclusive signing of Issue 99 of Make-Up Artist magazine. Copies of the magazine may be purchased at makeupmag.com or in the booth.
Head to booth #607 (the Make-Up Artist magazine booth) to purchase your copy of Issue 99!
Join keynote speaker Barney Burman and Make-Up Artist publisher Michael Key for a live onstage discussion of Burman’s career. Burman has worked on films including Mission: Impossible III, Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny and Tropic Thunder. He won an Oscar for his work in 2009’s Star Trek and is now the make-up effects designer for Grimm.
With Gina Bettelli, learn to transform models into works of art using appliqués, glitter, stencils, airbrush and paints for all media, from print to video to stage. Review dramatic looks from performance art and music videos, editorial pages and the best of drag. Learn ho wto mix product, design the most effective make-up, prep your model prior to the application and remove every trace afterward.
Time-consuming, heavy make-up never belonged on runways or editorial sets. Since minimalist beauty and hyper-real skin are all the rage, stylists and photographers alike will demand nothing less. In this dynamic seminar, Sébastien Tardif will share his backstage tips on the art of fresh-looking skin done with speedy and precise execution.
Watch Randy Daudlin transform a human into a living statue using Jordane Cosmetics airbrush cosmetics and Jordane Cosmetics Flesh Tones Detailing Palette. You will be astonished by how a human can look like a statue within 30 minutes.
In this demonstration, Anabel Vargas will introduce you to the latest brushes, products and advanced techniques to achieve the perfectly sculpted face, regardless of its shape. Vargas will point out the most common mistakes while shading and highlighting a face with make-up. She will use techniques to enhance the cheekbones, contour the nose and correct imperfections for a luminous skin and flawless application. She will demonstrate how to create a facelift effect using make-up and how to get the famous J.Lo glow.
Watch as the stars of tomorrow face off in the student make-up competition. Models will present the final make-up creations of make-up students, who are competing for cash and prizes. This year’s beauty-category theme is Art Through the Ages.
In a panel discussion about the CW’s hit show Reign, make-up department head Linda Preston, key make-up artist Alessondra Bastianoni, first assistant make-up artist Ashley Rocha and background make-up artist coordinator Jane Meade will discuss the wide range of make-ups the show requires. From ballroom beauty looks to beheading effects, you’ll get an inside look at what it takes to bring it all together. Reign chronicles the rise to power of Mary Queen of Scots; it films in Toronto.
This seminar will explore the possibilities of using airbrush to achieve creative make-up for editorial and film. Dani Fonseca will demonstrate how to fully use airbrush technique to not only get flawless skin, but also to push the boundaries with color, contouring, shading and an HD-ready finish. Using everything from eyebrow stencils to artistic stencils, this seminar will be sure to inspire any character or fashion runway look.
Couples are spending more on their weddings than ever. With the industry expanding past traditional weddings to gay marriages, the opportunities to generate income are endless. As varied as these ceremonies have become, so, too, is the way make-up artists should approach each client. This workshop with the five-time Emmy winner, author and innovator of High Definition Makeup, Eve Pearl, focuses on the bride and wedding party, paying special attention to skin tones, color theory and facial structure analysis. She will demonstrate the EVE PEARL Reverse Contouring technique, creating a visual facelift, and remedies for skin imperfections. She will share her business secrets, used across media platforms, and stories of her success in launching her own brand. A must-attend class for the experienced make-up artist and those just starting out.