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The Make Up Show, NYC...A Huge Success

Maggie Mulhern | May 7, 2013 | 5:05 AM
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The Make Up Show NYC was one of the most successful in its history. More than 7000 professional and aspiring make up artists attended the show which featured more than 85 exhibitors on two floors as well as dozens of hands on workshops and seminars. There was a rare lineup of keynote speakers and appearances from some of the top makeup artists in the industry including Dick Page, Pati Dubroff, Brook Wall,Gina Brooke, Brigitte Reiss-Andersen, and Mathu Andersen. Each of these artists shared secrets to success and techniques in inspiring keynotes and demonstrations.

Sponsors included Make Up For Ever, Crown Brush, Nars, Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics, Stila, Smashbox, Inglot Cosmetics, Alcone Company, The Powder Group and On Makeup Magazine.

While there were MANY highlights, Modern managed to grab a couple of interviews and demos. Learn more about GLAMCOR, intense and fabulous lighting for professional make up artists, and FANTABULASH, a new tape to secure eyelash wefts.

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