Have you ever wondered how lighting works in the world of make-up? Have you ever dreamed of working in the movies, TV or film? Are you worried that you may look foolish on a production set because your work isn’t photographing correctly? Lighting is the key element that can define our work. If you answered yes, this class is for you!
Welcome to the Lighting for Makeup Artists101© workshop, by two-time Emmy-nominated make-up artist Sara Seidman Vance. Lighting for Makeup Artists101© is designed for anyone who wants to understand the core values behind lighting technology both on set and on location.
MUAM Pro Card Member Price: $250
Make-Up Artist magazine Pro-Card members receive 20% off all master classes. Become a MUAM Pro Card Member!
Spaces is limited to 16 students only.
In this class you will learn:
-How correct lighting works to filter and create the perfect balance in make-up.
-How to be able to determine how your make-up will appear under different lighting circumstances.
-How to be able to interact with the Director of Photography or Lighting Designer with confidence.
What to Bring:
-All students are requested kindly to arrive without wearing any make-up products, as you will all be working on each other. All students must have basic make-up skills.
-Full make-up and skin prep kit – foundations and highlighters for global skin tones (foundation palettes are great!).
-Make-up brushes and brush cleaner.
Lighting provided by The Makeup Light
Note: All attendees will be required to sign a non-disclosure agreement in order to attend this class.
*With your purchase of this Artistry Unlocked class you will also receive a complimentary issue of Make-Up Artist magazine and admission into IMATS Atlanta on Saturday, October 17, 2018. A ticket code and instruction on how to reserve your ticket will be e-mailed to you prior to the event. IMATS tickets and ticket code are non transferable.
Join make-up master Derrick Rutledge in this full-day class. You will learn about hairstyle and make-up choices for your type of face, outfit styles—color/print choices and what to select for the right occasion, and of course, learn how to apply your make-up expertly and proficiently. During the session each of you will also receive personalized, step-by-step instruction on making-up your face, with real-time critique to serve as the foundation for creating a confident and well put together you.
Learn the proper techniques (and equipment) for applying make-up, including how to approach and tackle facial symmetry issues. Ask the questions you’ve never been able to ask of a superstar make-up artist! You’ll hear Rutledge’s anecdotal stories from working with Oprah and other celebrities. Come experience a once-in-a-life time opportunity to see a true genius in action—up close and personal.
Price: $313* – Tickets available HERE!
MUAM Pro-Card Member Price: $250*
Make-Up Artist magazine Pro-Card members receive 20% off all master classes. Become a MUAM Pro-Card member!
This is a hands-on course geared towards working professional make-up artists. All students must have basic make-up skills.
What to Bring:
-All students are requested to arrive without wearing any make-up products.
-Full make-up kit
-Make-up brushes and brush cleaner
*With your purchase of this Artistry Unlocked class you will also receive a complimentary issue of Make-Up Artist magazine and admission into IMATS Atlanta on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2018. A ticket code and instruction on how to reserve your ticket will be emailed prior to the event. IMATS tickets and ticket code are nontransferable.
This class will focus on the ins and outs of how to wrangle background extras, featured extras, stunt and photo doubles. Artists will be taught how to organize, set up and work with the tools/equipment needed. We will also go over what it takes to get extras ready for period and futuristic looks, glamour and every day. We will also focus on how to get your talent ready for their call times.
All attendees of this class will be eligible for a chance to win a Background Makeup Cart that will be raffled off at the end of the class.
MUAM Pro Card Member Price: $40
Make-Up Artist magazine Pro-Card members receive 20% off all master classes. Become a MUAM Pro Card Member!
What To Bring:
This is a lecture based course featuring make-up demonstrations. Students are encouraged to bring a pen and paper for note taking.
*With your purchase of this Artistry Unlocked class you will also receive a complimentary issue of Make-Up Artist magazine.
Jonah Levy and Matt Silva from Blue Whale Studios will be performing a prosthetic application demonstration in the Make-Up Artist magazine booth. Stop by throughout the day to get an up-close look at their process.
Stephanie Anderson will be performing a body-painting demonstration at the Make-Up Artist magazine booth. Visit booth #223 to get an up-close look at her process.
Mastering multi-dimensional skin for photography and more! Join Danessa Myricks as she shares tips for creating beautiful skin and maximizing color and intensity throughout your looks.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from Emmy Award-winning make-up artist Thomas Surprenant!
Join Conor McCullagh as he demonstrates and discusses the hardware, electronics, intrinsic coloring and vacu-forms that go into his make-ups.
Join Derrick Rutledge as he discusses tips for creating a confident you! Seize the opportunity to hear about the life of an artist who works with some of the world’s most powerful and confident women, such as Oprah and Michelle Obama.
Jane Richardson and Brian Kinney combine their insight and experience in the beauty and FX industries for this exclusive collaborative demo.
Discover the breakthrough brand used by the world’s top artists. Watch as Jasmine Ringo creates an unexpected character with 3-D elements. Dermaflage is the first cosmetic that looks like real skin, a topical silicone filler that conceals recessed skin imperfections like scars and frown lines. FastFX by Dermaflage is an effective out-of-the-kit solution for quick dimensional injuries and skin effects. Dimension by Dermaflage is an easy-to-use 3-D cosmetic that adds texture and dimension to beauty, fashion and editorial make-ups. Learn how the Dermaflage line gives you an advantage in today’s competitive make-up industry.
Don’t miss this exclusive opportunity to have your portfolio reviewed by Kimberly Jones.
Sign up is free and based on a first come first serve basis with six slots available. Portfolio reviews will take place in the Make-Up Artist magazine Booth #223. Please arrive on time with printed examples of your work prepared for viewing. Portfolio signup slots are 15 minutes each and cannot be rescheduled.
During this special appearance, Sam Fine sets the record straight on all make-up fundamentals: gracefully grooming eyebrows, creating a flawless foundation, contouring and highlighting and much, much more. This class is a must for all who want to learn the celebrity beauty secrets used to beautify women of color. Fine will also take questions during the demo.
Have you ever wondered how to make a frozen look? No, not that frozen look. Creating a frozen, frost-bitten character for film has never been easier with Kryolan’s new Ice Effects Kit. Watch as Kryolan USA head of education, Jordan Plath, demonstrates how.
This class will highlight some of today’s most recognizable performers, re-creating their most notable make-up looks. Presenters will also spur on the conversation of make-up through the decades and modernizing nods to the past.
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. The 2018 character/prosthetic theme is Victorian Emporium. Both character and beauty competitions are broadcast on Facebook Live and have a behind the scenes interview prior to the show as well as a post show interview.
Make-up artist and author of Assisting Rules! The Ultimate Guide to Assisting Makeup Artists and Hairstylists in Beauty, Fashion & Print, DeShawn Hatcher takes you through the 10 steps of succeeding in the coveted role of make-up assisting. The class will be followed by a Q&A.
Whether you’re painting a face for theater, the opera, a film or a pageant, you can now create modern glamorous looks that transcend the stage lights.
Watch and learn as Danielle Doyle, backstage make-up artist for the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants, shares her secrets on how to create The Perfect Face. Learn how to open up the eye with a creative lash application, how to battle bright stage lights with specific product recommendations, how to bring out your clients’ eye colors through color theory and discover in-depth highlighting and contouring techniques.
Don’t have a budget for prosthetic adhesives? Have a client with latex allergies? Learn how to apply an appliance encapsulated with Michael Davy’s Water-Melon, using only alcohol.
Learn how to create clever illusionary face paints with Mimi Choi (@mimles)! Choi will demonstrate her iconic Instagram make-up illusions that have made people question their vision. Without the use of prosthetics, discover how Choi achieves impactful illusions using the techniques of stark contouring and highlighting.
Michael Burnett will be performing a FX make-up demonstration at the Make-Up Artist magazine booth. Visit booth #223 to get an up-close look at his process.
Denise and Janice Tunnell will host a discussion on “clean beauty” for actors of color, drawing on their experiences as make-up artists for film and TV. The class will cover everything from skincare, products, color correction tips, techniques, and so much more.
Watch as Saj Mack creates an editorial beauty concept, developed with inspiration from current industry trends. This single make-up demonstration will show how to achieve a detailed editorial beauty look and skin work that requires no photoshop, all tied together with a creative make-up application.
Understanding how intentions, colors and textures create powerful images.
During Roque Cozzette’s interactive seminar where make-up meets self-awareness, he will focus the attention on advanced make-up application techniques that enhances shape, creating the illusion of light and shadow on beautifully perfected skin. Cozzette will demonstrate how to create vivid color through the eyes of color theory for beauty make-up and photography. In addition, he will demonstrate the integration of make-up mixology and how the layering process can elevate your craft. Cozzette will include in his talk the importance of etiquette and relationship-building to ensure client retention, going into detail about creating with the intention on selecting the best path to attract the abundance you deserve.
Join Make-Up Artist magazine publisher Michael Key as he sits down with artists Joel Harlow and Sian Richards and others to discuss their work on the hit film Black Panther.
Join Romero as he discusses:
-Designing trend looks for runway shows, photo shoots and celebrities.
-Social media and how it effects the beauty industry.
-Finding your defining voice and creating relevant organic content.
-Favorite innovative products that every MUA needs.
Einat Dan will show you how to create piece of art on the model face, she will share her knowledge and techniques in very unique way. You will see how she builds up the make-up from nude to an extreme make-up with her great passion to create.
In this educational session we apply our fundamentals of color theory and chiaroscuro to UV/blacklight make-up—while exploring various textures and placements to provide the viewer with sensorial feelings.
As make-up artists, we know it all begins with skin—and the more flawless the complexion, the better your artistry shines. With the overwhelming number of primers and foundations available, we discuss what types of coverage and finishes are best for which skin types, and then teach you how to customize products to suit any complexion.
Find out why Kryolan Professional Make-up’s Dermacolor Camouflage System is the safest way to cover skin anomalies and tattoos. Learn techniques that make this waterproof system the number one choice for sensitive skin.
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. The 2018 beauty/fantasy category theme is Wildwood Warrior. Both character and beauty competitions are broadcast on Facebook Live and have a behind the scenes interview prior to the show as well as a post show interview.
How often have you gone on set having created an amazing make-up only to find that the director of photography has lit the room and not the actor? For Siân Richards, it has happened a million times. So much so that she now often paints light into the skin to counterpoint it. This is a vital skill to have and, in particular, when you are working with darker skin tones.
For those of you who know Richards’ work, you know that she is well versed in creating make-ups on darker skin tones and in the wake of having situations like this to solve. She wants to enable you to elevate your artistry and cross over into the light! You can see examples of some of her work if you watch Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War and Message from the King as Chadwick Boseman’s personal make-up artist, Bessie for HBO as personal for Queen Latifah—and Cloud Atlas as personal to Halle Berry.
Makeup Atelier Paris presents Helder Marucci.
This discussion will be on the union and how it benefits the professional make-up artist working in film and television.
The panel will include: Samantha Reese, IATSE Local 798 Make-up Artists & Hair Stylists Field Representative; Kimberly Jones, Theatrical Motion Picture Make-Up Department Head; Donna Premick, Television Motion Picture Make-Up Department Head; and Jonah Levy and Matthew Silva, Co-Owners Blue Whale Studios, Special Make-Up F/X Designers.