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Student Workbook for Stage Makeup

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The Student Workbook provides detailed instructions and visual guidance for makeup application techniques along with exercises to help students develop their creative application skills. Rich with photos that illustrate the application process, each chapter of the workbook offers students practical tips and helps outline the preparation and research involved in each makeup design.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. iv
Before You Beginp. 1
Facial Anatomyp. 4
Light and Shadep. 7
Color in Pigmentp. 10
Lighting and Makeupp. 16
Relating the Makeup to the Characterp. 19
Designing the Makeupp. 21
Makeup Equipmentp. 22
Applying Makeupp. 24
Corrective Makeupp. 28
Stipplingp. 33
Modeling with Highlights and Shadowsp. 34
Three-Dimensional Makeupp. 39
Prosthetic Makeupp. 42
Beards and Mustachesp. 45
Hair and Wigsp. 47
Creating a Likenessp. 48
Natural Makeup for Film and Televisionp. 52
Makeup for Darker Skin Tonesp. 53
Nonrealistic Makeupp. 56
Photo Creditsp. 69
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