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Art and Illusion: Face & Hair
by Joann Roberts
Publisher: Creative Design Services; 3rd edition (October )

The Complete Make-Up Artist : Working in Film, Television and Theatre
by Penny Delamar

The Face Is a Canvas : The Design and Technique of Theatrical Makeup
by Irene Corey
Hardcover: 275 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.75 x 11.25 x 8.75
Publisher: Anchorage Pr; (January 1991)
ISBN: 0876020317

Face Forward
by Kevyn Aucoin (Author)
"Makeup should be fun, not fascist," celebrity makeup artist Kevyn Aucoin avers in Face Forward, his third book. One of the most adored stylists among fashionistas, entertainment divas, and high-society jet setters, Southern-born Aucoin arrived on the New York fashion scene in the early '80s, a period he ridicules for its '50s-era conservatism and McCarthyist us-against-them values. His career since has been motivated by the feel-good ideals of acceptance, diversity, and self-love, and the vain world of beauty has eagerly participated in his vision. While one may puzzle on how it is he finds fulfillment in an industry known for its superficiality and elitism, Aucoin's words are nonetheless infectious and the touches of his brushes inspired.

Conceived as an exploration of the past, present, and future of beauty, Face Forward is an ingenious showcase of the transformative, creative possibilities of makeup, with portraits of everyone from Julia Roberts to Sharon Stone, Martha Stewart to his mother, Thelma. His crafted visages range from minimal-application makeovers of friends to elaborate re-creations of such Hollywood icons as Audrey Hepburn (Calista Flockhart), James Dean (Gwyneth Paltrow), and Veronica Lake (shockingly, Martha Stewart) and such pop-culture personalities as Cher (socialite Alexandra von Furstenberg) and Siouxsie Sioux (Winona Ryder). The final pages present his ideas for looks to come, such as "Explorer," Mary J. Blige covered in eggplant body makeup with a rainbow of metallic eye shadows over her eyes and thickly glossed red lips; "Floralia," a freckled Lucy Liu resembling a sprite from A Midsummer's Night Dream; and "Venusian de Milo," Sharon Stone as an orange-haired, one-breast-baring sci-fi femme fatale. Throughout, Aucoin augments an already colorful book with step-by-step instruction, chatty commentary on each look and model, and riffs on such topics as friendship, politics (he repeatedly applauds the Clinton Administration for embracing diversity in the '90s), and the environment.

"Appreciating (even highlighting) individuality is one of the great things about makeup," asserts Aucoin, and Face Forward is a dazzling testament to that belief. For those who see the fun of makeup and are eager to experiment with the virtually unlimited possibilities of it, this book is a boon. --Rebecca Wright -
Hardcover: 176 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.80 x 12.06 x 9.32
Publisher: Little Brown & Company;
ISBN: 0316286443

Mask of Reality : An Approach to Design for Theatre
by Irene Corey
Hardcover: ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.50 x 11.25 x 8.75
Publisher: Anchorage Pr; (November 1968)
ISBN: 0876020074

MASKS: Faces of Culture
by Cara McCarty, John Emigh (Contributor)
Paperback: ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.25 x 11.75 x 9.75
Publisher: St Louis City Art Museum;
ISBN: 0891780785

The Technique of the Professional Make-Up Artist
by Vincent J.-R. Kohoe, Vincent J-R Kehoe
Book Description: A classic in its field since its original publication, The Technique of the Professional Make-Up Artist is now revised, updated and in paperback for a new generation of professionals. This encyclopedic resource covers all of the current studio make-up methods and lab techniques, with text and art contributions from some of the leading experts in the industry.
Paperback: 291 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.61 x 10.97 x 8.52
Publisher: Focal Press; Revised edition
ISBN: 0240802179

Art and Science of Professional Makeup (Cat. No. 7220)
by Stan Campbell Place

Men, Makeup, and Monsters : Hollywood's Masters of Illusion and Fx
by Anthony Timpone
For as long as they've been in existence, horror and sci-fi movies have relied on special effects and makeup to make the unreal seem real. In Men, Makeup, and Monsters: Hollywood's Masters of Illusion and FX, Fangoria editor Anthony Timpone presents profiles a dozen of today's most brilliant practitioners of the art and science of effects. Artists such as Stan Winston, Rick Baker, and Dick Smith have made everything from aliens to dinosaurs to zombies come alive on the screen, employing a staggering variety of techniques. In their conversations with Timpone, Winston and company explain how they accomplished dozens of their most notable effects, which involve the use of makeup, appliances, puppetry, robotics, CGI, animatronics, and more. Abundant photos (including a color section) show both finished products and works in progress.

Men, Makeup, and Monsters is aimed not just at curious movie fans, but also at prospective practitioners of the trade. Timpone's introduction includes straightforward explanations of basic industry terminology and procedures, and gives a realistic picture of what it takes to break into this increasingly competitive business. Appendices include a glossary and a directory of makeup schools.

Movie fans who routinely leave the theater asking, "How did they do that?" will find this detailed look behind the illusions absorbing, and will come away with as much admiration for the artists as for the effects they create. --Mary V. Burke -
Paperback: ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.63 x 9.02 x 7.01
Publisher: St. Martin's Press;
ISBN: 0312146787

The Face : A Natural History
by Daniel McNeill, Dan McNeill What Frank Wilson did for The Hand, and Diane Ackerman for the senses, Daniel McNeill now does for the face. In a fascinating tour of our magnificent mugs, McNeill uses biology and history to help readers appreciate the underappreciated. "We often treat the face as the self," he writes in the introduction, and hence we look right through the most interesting part of our bodies. From our strange, pointy noses ("zoologically bizarre") to our rubbery lips ("twin pleasure puffs, rich with touch sensors"), our faces mark humans as unique among animals. And, oh the things we do with our faces! McNeill examines them all, unflinchingly analyzing the kiss, the sneer, the grin, the blush, and the bluff, not to mention the fleeting expressions that reveal our poker hands, lies, and true feelings. He speculates about fascinating things like the origins of the smile and the use of cosmetics. He works science, literary references, and historical anecdotes into the text effortlessly, weaving a mesmerizing narrative full of bits of trivia that will have you raising your eyebrows, pricking up your ears, and laughing out loud. --Therese Littleton -
Paperback: 384 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.93 x 8.29 x 5.51
Publisher: Back Bay Books;
ISBN: 0316588121

The Art of Mehndi
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Body Bizarre Body Beautiful
by Nan McNab (Author)
Book Description: Tattoos, body piercings, wild hairstyles -- people all over the world have been decorating and changing their bodies for as long as anyone can remember. Body Bizarre, Body Beautiful fills you in on the how, why, and when of what people have done in the past, and what they're doing now.
Paperback: 120 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.34 x 8.08 x 7.48
Publisher: Fireside; (April 1, )
ISBN: 0743213041

Pagan Fleshworks: The Alchemy of Body Modification
Listed under Tattoo Art

by Jennifer Foreman (Author)
Book Description: Maskwork is a stunning yet practical book that not only shows you how to design and construct theatrical masks, but also explores the creative and educational potential of masks as a means of communication.

by Carole Sivin (Author)
Masks offer an extraordinary opportunity for creative expression; they can completely transform the human face into something evocative, mysterious, terrifying, or humorous. Extensive instructions are given here for masks of plaster, clay, laminated paper, papier-mâché, buckram, wire, and celastic (a plastic-impregnated fabric), plus directions for final embellishments, finishing techniques, and maskmaking with children. Wonderfully diverse and marvelously creative, most of these are unfortunately shown only in black and white, though there is an eight-page color section. And there are ideas for incorporating found objects, hardware store items, and other flotsam for added interest. Theater designers, performance artists, craftspeople, and teachers--as well as dedicated Halloween revelers--will find inspiration aplenty in this useful and attractive book. --Amy Handy -
Hardcover: 142 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.50 x 10.25 x 8.75
Publisher: Davis; (October 1986)
ISBN: 0871921782

Cajun Mardi Gras Masks (Folk Art and Artists Series)
by Carl Lindahl, Carolyn Ware (Contributor)
Publisher: Univ Pr of Mississippi (Trd); (November )

Mardi Gras : A Pictorial History of Carnival in New Orleans
by Leonard V. Huber
Listed under Louisiana History

Masks of Mexico : Tigers, Devils, and the Dance of Life
by Barbara Mauldin, Ruth D. Lechuga (Photographer)
Book Description: Masks of Mexico is a state-by-state guide for collectors and general folk art enthusiasts to learn about the types of masked dances still carried out in Mexico's Indian and mestizo communities today. Close to one-hundred color photos of authenticated masks from the collection of the Museum of International Folk\ Art are presented, including finely carved pieces from the 19th century to simple face coverings made in the past ten years. The masked ceremonies are brought to life with documentary photos showing masqueraders acting out their roles.
Paperback: 128 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.37 x 10.53 x 8.55
Publisher: Museum of New Mexico Pr;
ISBN: 0890133255
Makeup Your Mind
by Francois Nars, Fabien Baron
Book Description:
Makeup Your Mind deftly combines cult favorite cosmetics designer Francois Nars' two remarkable talents - makeup and photography, both of which he uses in this collection to stunning effect - to show women how to enhance their natural beauty. Designed by renowned graphic artist FAbien Baron to be the ultimate makeup how-to book, Makeup Your Mind is a comprehensive compilation of Before and After photographs, each containing instructional acetate overlays, covering almost every face type, complexion, eye color, and facial feature found on the runway today. Makeup Your Mind is also a revolutionary instruction manual on makeup from one of the most respected and imitated cosmetics artists in fashion today: a makeup book designed and constructed as a durable paperback companion suitable for the vanity or for the car, sliding in and out of its attractive hardcover binder as needed, containing precise instructional guides on clear plastic overlays indicating exactly what goes where, allowing you to see the finished effect for perfect results. Summarizing each chapter on Eyes, Lips, Neutrals, Shimmer, Monochrome and Suntan, Pastels, Color, and Skincare are Francois Nars' trademarked guidelines on the technique of applying makeup for that dazzling NARS look. Showcasing the famous NARS look are today's top models, including Karen Elson, Maggie Rizer, Naomi Campbell, Devon Aoki, Trish Goff, Erin O'Connor, Sophie Dahl, May Anderson, Ling, Aurelie, Missy Rayder, Elsa, Caroline Ribero, Eva Herzagova, and many others. Makeup Your Mind features these women and more in 63 stunning Before and After pictures. All of the models were shot sans makeup for the Before pictures, displaying their bare-naked faces replete with imperfections and idiosyncrasies. Their transformations in the After pictures span from natural and elegant to fun and outrageous. In superb four-color photographs and brilliant acetate instructional guides, Makeup Your Mind demonstrates how makeup can minimize flaws and maximize beauty potential for every woman. 
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Making Faces, Playing God: Identity and the Art of Transformational Makeup
Making Faces, Playing God: Identity and the Art of Transformational Makeup
by Thomas Morawetz
Synopsis Wearing a mask - putting on another face - embodies a fundamental human fantasy of inhabiting other bodies and experiencing other lives. In this extensively illustrated book, Thomas Morawetz explores how the creation of transformational make-up for theatre, movies, and television fulfills this fantasy of self-transformation and satisfies the human desire to become "the other." Morawetz begins by discussing the cultural role of fantasies of transformation and what these fantasies reveal about...
Paperback: 256 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.76 x 9.94 x 7.04
Publisher: Univ of Texas Press; (August 15, )
ISBN: 0292752474

Making Faces
by Kevyn Aucoin (Author)
Book Description: "For more than a decade, Kevyn Aucoin has been the makeup artist of choice for fashion and entertainment royalty. But Kevyn believes that makeup gives everyone the power to transform themselves and try out new personas. His new book, Making Faces, starts with unbeatable tips on the Nbasics of makeup application and technique. Then he shows you how to use these fundamentals in all kinds of interesting and unconventional ways, with step-by-step directions for dozens of different looks. Making...
Paperback: 160 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.55 x 11.99 x 9.09
Publisher: Little Brown & Co (Pap);
ISBN: 0316286850 

Special Make-Up Effects
by Vincent J-R Kehoe
Book Description: * A volume dedicated solely to special make-up effects * Contains new material from several Academy Award winning make-up artists * Written by a make-up artist who has worked on more than 300 films.
Synopsis: This smaller version of the author's "The Technique of the Professional Make-up Artist" covers only the special effects aspects of make-up, including character make-up. New material has been added covering the make-up artistry of award-winners Ve Neill and Steve La Porte.

Star Trek: Aliens & Artifacts
by Michael Westmore et al.
Book Description: Special bonus: a section that will show you how to re-create your own makeup as well as create your own props, using readily available items. Words on paper. Without the resourceful, innovative, almost magical talents of the untold hundreds of behind-the-scenes people who have worked on Star Trek, those and countless other futuristic marvels would be just that -- words on paper. For years the major responsibility for making it all real for viewing audiences has fallen to people like Academy Award®-winning makeup supervisor Michael Westmore and property master Alan Sims, and their incredible staff of artisans. These modern-day dream shapers have guarded their award-winning secrets with national security-level caution...until today. The veil of secrecy is pulled back in Star Trek: Aliens & Artifacts. Through dozens of rare sketches, photographs, and designs, discover how those remarkable craftspeople made the fantastic vistas, creatures, and technology encountered every week. You'll be amazed at how low-tech some of these hi-tech wonders really are! Who decided to make the Andorian blue? Of what was the belt on the original Klingon costume made? Was the first phaser really a block of wood? All your questions will be answered in Star Trek: Aliens & Artifacts!
Paperback: 208 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.47 x 9.10 x 7.41
Publisher: Star Trek; (October 3, )
ISBN: 0671042998

Theatrical FX Makeup
by David Sartor (Author), John Pivovarnick (Author)
Publisher: Heinemann; Book and CD-ROM edition (September 4, )

Stage Makeup : The Actor's Complete Step-By-Step Guide to Today's Techniques and Materials
by Laura Thudium

The Prop Builder's Mask-Making Handbook
by Thurston James

Mask Making: Get Started in a New Craft with Easy-To-Follow Projects for Beginners
by Inc. Book Sales, Gill Dickinson
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Face Painting : African-American Beauty Techniques from an Emmy Award-Winning Makeup Artist
by Reggie Wells, Theresa Foy Digeronimo
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Stage Makeup
by Richard Corson
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Period Make-Up for the Stage: Step-By-Step
by Rosemarie Swinfield, Swingfield
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Body Decoration : A World Survey of Body Art
by Karl Groning
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 Vintage Face
by Angela Bjork, Daniela Turudich
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Wigs and Make-Up for Theatre, Television and Film
by Patsy Baker
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 Fragrance, the Story of Perfume from Cleopatra to Chanel
by Edwin T. Morris
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An Odyssey of Masquers : The Everyman Players
by Orlin Corey, Irene Corey, Clara Hieronymus (Designer)
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Masking and Madness: Mardi Gras in New Orleans
by Kerri McCaffety, Cynthia Reece McCaffety
Publisher: Vissi d'Arte Books Inc.; (December 6, )
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Makeup on Video
Pamela Taylor's Professional Makeup Course () VHS
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