Here’s a fun and interesting look at how Hollywood ages actors with make up and prosthetics versus what they actually look like when they get old. Some of the movies get it very close (Marlon Brando in The Godfather), while some movies are way too liberal with the wrinkles and the balding and end up getting it totally…
Even the most dedicated of method actors usually aren’t keen on having half their face blown off for a role. So where do they turn to when they need to look battle-worn and bloody? A very talented props department.
Special effects artist Maria Bradley has been doing some amazing body art—including some cool “baby bump painting” for years. So when she became pregnant herself, it was a chance to do something really unusual.
Why cosplay when you could look like you've just stepped straight from the pages of a comic book? Lianne Moseley's wonderful makeup creations transform people into superheroes that look more at home in comic pages than they do in the flesh.
Different eras have different definitions of beauty. A look in the early 1900s can fall out of favor a few years down the road or maybe inspire a style decades later. Cut Video made this video that shows a model getting her and make up done to show what beautiful meant from 1910 to 2010.
The month of ghouls and creeps is upon us, and that can only mean one thing - a month of amazing Halloween inspired creativity. Kicking the scary shindig off is makeup artist Eva Senín Pernas with these wonderful Halloween scenes painted onto lips.
Good makeup is key to create believable fictional characters. That's why moviegoers at Cinefix decided to pay homage to the best movie makeup artists by putting together this list of the best ten makeup transformations of all time:
After graduating from Harvard, Grace Choi decided that she wanted to target the makeup industry with a low-cost device that would actually let consumers simply print their own. And while she's working on perfecting (and raising the needed funding) to put her Mink printer into production, she's created a tutorial on …
Stuff the tech reporting — after trying out Panasonic's augmented reality make-up mirror, I reckon I've got a glittering career awaiting me as the first male member of the Pussycat Dolls.
Makeup artist Laura Jenkinson uses makeup to create adorable cartoon characters from our childhood on her mouth. It's so creative, she uses her lips as a guide to draw the funny faces in. And it's so perfect, the cartoons look like they're just hanging out on her face.
Nobumichi Asai has used projection mapping to put CGI onto cars, docks, building and more. His latest canvas? A real, live human face.
Thanks to this slick augmented reality mirror, if you happen to find yourself in Sephora's makeup store while visiting Milan, Italy, you'll have the rare opportunity to try on almost every shade of eyeshadow the company sells, without ever putting any of it on your face.
Meet makeup artist Elsa Rhae. Also known as a White Walker. Or Captain Planet. Or the Grinch. Or anybody, really. Rhae can transform her face into pretty much anything in the world because she's simply incredible at what she does. She uses make up and face paint to bring characters to life in the real world.
Well that was unexpected. Meet Mel. She's an intimidating punk rocker who has a hot pink mohawk, more piercings than she can count and has never found a studded leather jacket she's never worn before. And then meet Mel again after her made for TV makeover. Who is the better Mel?
A cheeky wink can say an awful lot—but now it can do an awful lot, too. A new range of conducting cosmetics means that you could soon be activating electronics with the blink of an eye.
I am the prettiest princess, and you(r child of either gender) can be too. With an endless supply of cyber-makeup afforded by the Barbie™ Digital Makeover Mirror, an iPad, and the associated app, your (child's) dreams of effervescent, MSPaint magnificence can—will come true. If beauty is in the eye of the beholder,…
Mark Zuckerberg stars in an unusual Facebook Roadshow video meant to help potential investors understand the company before the IPO. But, while the video answers lots of questions, it also raises a significant one for us.
Shopping for makeup should be fun. And it should not happen at Amazon. It's unnatural to buy your mascara at the same place where you lock in low prices for monthly toilet paper delivery. Happily, Sephora's website makeover ensures that you won't be tempted to mix eyeshadow with MP3 downloads.