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The Fabulous New York Makeup Show, May 1 and 2

David Maderich | April 21, 2016 | 9:24 AM
Photo By Nadav Havakook

The fabulous Makeup Show is coming to New York City May 1st and 2nd.

Come out and play with the latest products by over 50 professional vendors including Senna Cosmetics, Make Up For Ever, Inglot, Kevyn Aucoin, Cinema Secrets, NARS, Smashbox and Frends Beauty Supply.  Also, top artists and educators will be speaking, teaching and sharing their knowledge in classes and workshops.  Class topics include bridal makeup, airbrush techniques, HD makeup, highlighting/contouring, building a working kit and finances. 

My personal highlight at the Makeup Shows are the keynote speakers – the New York show include:

Scott Barnes - The Signature Style of a Celebrity Artist: Scott will share his insight into working in the celebrity and editorial world, and offer expert advice on how to bring your makeup to the next level.

A Career in Makeup  - Gregor Arlt:  Gregory will share how he got started in the industry and show you the why’s and how’s of creating unforgettable makeup regardless of your own area of expertise. 

Also, be sure to check out the amazing career fare that will offer a chance for attendees to have  face-to-face interviews with makeup employers and influencers and receive advice on how to create a portfolio, write a resume and network with professionals.

Watch for upcoming shows in Atlanta, San Francisco and Dallas.

FFI and tickets: www.themakeupshow.com

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