Make-Up Artist Magazine

Make-Up Artist Magazine

A show where we have candid conversations with the leaders of the pro makeup world about their art, and the pain and glory of working in a creative industry. Two time Emmy award winner, Michael Key created Make-Up Artist magazine in 1996. It has become the make-up community’s top resource for innovative make-up techniques and the latest industry news and trends. Read in more than 70 countries, Make-Up Artist is a source for pros and aspiring artists working in film, fashion, TV, theater, retail and beyond.

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March 4, 2022 55 min

This episode is with  Ann McEwan.  She is a veteran make-up artist that is based in Scotland and is currently the makeup and hair designer for the hit series, Outlander. Ann has also contributed to successful franchises such as, Clash of the Titans and Game of Thrones. We caught up with her in Glasgow Scotland to discuss pregnancy bellies, prop babies, vintage wig dryers and her extensive career. Enjoy!

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Interview with make-up artist, Kevin Yagher about his work on Bill & Ted Face The Music plus The Hidden, Nightmare on Elm Street, Chucky and more.

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This episode is with Leonard Engelman.  He has been a leader in our industry for over 50 years. Leonard has been a governer of the Academy of Motion Pictures and was the first makeup artist to serve as an Academy vice president. He has been a personal makeup artist to Cher, Meg Ryan, Val Kilmer and Sylvester Stallone. On many films Leonard has been the department head and is highly skilled in everything from beauty to prosthetics. ...

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December 27, 2019 62 min

A candid conversation with sculptor extraordinaire, Randy Bowen.  He began as a garage kit creator and in his 20's was director of Product Development at Dark Horse comics. Randy went on to create his own company, Bowen Designs that has produced over 500 statues and busts of licensed Marvel characters.

His sculpture of Superman was regularly seen on Seinfeld. He has collaborated with such luminaries as Frank Frazetta, Frank Mill...

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December 2, 2019 59 min

Make-up artist, photographer, innovator and educator. His multifaceted career spans three decades that includes years on the road with Patt Mcgrath and contributing to numerous brands including MAC, Kett and he is the founder of his own brand, Cozzette.

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This episode is with makeup artist, Vivian Baker who's credits include Avengers Endgame, Jurassic World, Oz the Great and Powerful and Bombshell. She has been a personal makeup artist to Chris Pratt, Blake Lively, Hillary Swank and Bryce Howard. 

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September 3, 2019 58 min

A two part conversation about the great Dick Smith change the industry and our lives with Mark Viniello, Craig Reardon, Peter Montagna, Kevin Haney hosted by Michael Key. 

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September 3, 2019 66 min

A two part conversation about the great Dick Smith change the industry and our lives with Mark Viniello, Craig Reardon, Peter Montagna, Kevin Haney hosted by Michael Key. 

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