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Transcript of Makeup Artists
Medieval Europe- Actors painted their faces different colors to portray characters.
~Lambs wool for fake beards
~Flour for face paint Requirements -High School diploma
-some states require state license
-bachelor degree in theater
-experience Colleges related majors-
Theater Where to live New York
California By Maya Calderwood Makeup Artists Different Types Sources http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Make-up_artist
http://www.superscholar.org/careers/art-music/theatrical-makeup-artist/ an artist whose medium is the human body, applying makeup and prosthetics for theatrical, television, film, fashion, magazines and other similar productions -Bridal makeup -$200-$300 -more expensive in cities -Special effects -$64,000 yearly -used in movies and TV -$85,930 annually -Plan makeup based on scripts
-Use makeup to alter actors' looks
-Duplicate work day after day
-Wash and reset wigs What you would be doing: What you would be doing: -Bride's hair and makeup
-Bridesmaid's hair and makeup
-touch ups during photos -Theatrical Makeup -$25,000-$48,000 annually
-usually one or two shows a day What you would be doing: -use makeup to enhance actors' looks under lights
-make actors look older/younger
-put on and take off makeup for every show -Fashion Makeup What you would be doing: -makeup for magazines and runways
-work with a team a people -$35,000 annually Questions?