All classes and speakers subject to change
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.
Body painting is on the rise! With TV shows including Skin Wars and Naked Vegas hitting our screens, it’s only getting bigger. Expand your make-up skills and tap into this growth area. This session will cover essential tools and techniques, design and layout, practice tips, body-painting-specific tips for dealing with models and photographers and how to make money from body painting. Learn from one of Australia’s busiest body painters.
IMATS Executive Producer Michael Key interviews creature creator Jordu Schell on his remarkable career.
Join Eliza Campagna as she counts down her 10 favorite make-up techniques for picture-perfect beauty. She’ll share classic tips on highlighting facial features; contouring killer cheeks; creating a clean, natural-to-smoky eye; perfecting luscious lips and more. There will be a question-and-answer session as time permits.
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.
Create new special effects characters on a budget through “kit bashing.” See how, through the use of stock pieces and creativity, you can produce an entirely new make-up.
Join keynote speaker Jordu Schell (Avatar, Men In Black 3, 300) at the Make-Up Artist magazine booth (#504) for an exclusive signing of Issue 109 of Make-Up Artist magazine. Copies of the magazine may be purchased at makeupmag.com or in the booth.
Head to booth #504 (the Make-Up Artist magazine booth) to purchase your copy of Issue 109!
This class will demonstrate how to create key avant-garde make-up looks through the use of Kryolan’s hero products. The results will be breathtaking.
Annette Hardy, make-up artist and Australian College of Make-up and Special Effects trainer, hosts an intimate chat with ACMUSE students while they do what make-up students do best: make-up. ACMUSE students will be creating four different looks on stage, showing the spectrum of skill and diversity that the school’s diploma program requires.
Whether working in bridal, film, TV or editorial, the ability to create perfect eyeliner, flawless lips, great skin and clean brows is essential to an artist’s success. As the hair and make-up director for the Australian edition of The Voice 2013/2014, M·A·C Senior Artist Nicole Thompson will demonstrate key make-up techniques and essential tips for understanding make-up application in HDTV. Learn the secrets from behind the scenes and how to create on-trend beauty looks for live TV.
Alastair Murray will adapt current products, brushes and tools for better or different special-effects uses. He will then use them in a casualty make-up.
Jordu Schell offers a basic primer on creating a fully realized character in clay, including design, overall form, detail and finishing.
The Kryolan Dermacolor Camouflage System has been widely used and recommended by plastic surgeons and hospitals the world over for camouflaging tattoo and other skin imperfections. It has transformed the lives of thousands of people by giving them renewed confidence. Dermacolor is also used for achieving flawless looks in beauty, fashion, film and TV. This class will demonstrate the versatility of Dermacolor and the effective use of it with companion products in achieving camouflage and flawless sheer make-up results.
Uncover the secrets of the colorful M·A·C Pro make-up range and how to use diverse materials and media to enhance your artistry. In this class, M·A·C Senior Artist Nicole Thompson will show you how to think outside the box with your make-up kit to create simple beauty looks, dramatic editorial beauty artwork and everything in between, to explore make-up as an art form.
Join Eliza Campagna as she takes you through the various tools and techniques required to create a perfect avant-garde look. Everything from a show-stopping dramatic eye and lip combination to subtle stencil body-art work. Learn to love your brushes just a little bit more!
Join keynote speaker Roshar (Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Glamour, InStyle magazine) at the Make-Up Artist magazine booth (#504) for an exclusive signing of Issue 104 and Issue 93 of Make-Up Artist magazine. Copies of the magazine may be purchased at makeupmag.com or in the booth.
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.
A one-hour demonstration of a new, unseen character from the creative minds of Odd Studio. There will be an informative discussion on what it takes to deliver a successful, iconic character.
Keynote speaker Roshar will demonstrate a different way of thinking as he approaches beauty, offering a high-impact, out-of-the-box approach.
Annette Hardy will demonstrate her favorite techniques as she creates a female character who has recently been in combat. Learn Hardy’s trade secrets and tricks as she produces realistic cuts, gashes, bullet scrapes, scabs and more with materials and products that won’t bust your budget! There will be a question-and-answer session as time permits.