Thursday, October 3, 2013

M.A.C & Rick Baker For Some Halloween Fun!

Who is Rick Baker? A genius of makeup artistry!

You may not know his name but it's almost certain you've seen his work. He received seven Academy Awards including the inaugural statuette for Best Makeup and Hairstyling for his work in An American Werewolf in London. This honor was repeated with Harry and the Hendersons, Ed Wood, The Nutty Professor, Men in Black, How The Grinch Stole Christmas and The Wolfman. Remember the wolf creature in which Michael Jackson transforms in Thriller? He did that too! No wonder he's got his own star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame!

Rick Baker, see the video below for his tutorial.

So, here are three looks created by the master. Even if you don't have the talent of the artists from the TV show Face Off (my daughter and I looove that show), with the tutorials provided by M.A.C you should be able to replicate these amazing looks and maybe even modify them enough to make them your own...

On M.A.C's website when you click on the makeup drawing of your choice you will get all the information needed to recreate it. The great thing about these is that they are just makeup, no prosthetics. With a little practice the illusion can be quite spectacular...

Here's the tutorial where Rick Baker shows how to achieve the makeup shown above...

Once you're done watching it, have a look at the before face by dragging the dot back to the beginning of the video. It's stunning!

Here, the collection created specifically to recreate these looks. 
You can view the entire collection on M.A.C website, here.

Sadly I don't have anything planned for Halloween but these palettes are both beautiful 
and could definitely be used on a daily basis, they are $52.00 CAD each.
On the left, The Monster's Bride and on the right, Spider Queen.

If you want to know more about Rick Baker do have a look at the video below where he talks about his work. I would have loved for it to be a little longer. Sorry if it's not centered, I wasn't able to format properly in HTML. If you're on a tablet, here's the link:

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