MUD ART Make-up Designory // 2015-2016 // fall-winter // issue N°7
MUD ART Make-up Designory // 2015-2016 // fall-winter // issue N°7
MUD Instructional Specialist
Vanja Djuran Interview with
World`s Make-up School MUD Fall / Winter Look 2015
Step by Step:
Highlight & Shadow
Eyeliner: The Eyes Have It
Student work from MUD Schools and MUD Studios
MUD Studio Berlin / Hair&Make-up: Katja Maaßen / Photo: Benjamin Pohle / Model: Emily @pma models
LA campus / Make-up: Emily Peck / Photo: Derek Althen
LA campus / Make-up: Heather Alexander / Photo: Derek Althen
MUD Studio Belgium / Hair & Make-up: Isabeau De Kerpel / Photo: Samantha Hunt / Model: Megue Nsabiyumva
LA campus / Make-up: Megan Parker / Photo: Derek Althen
MUD Studio Berlin / Hair&Make-up: Katja Maaßen / Photo: Benjamin Pohle / Model: Greta @vivamodels
MUD ART issue N°7
MUD Studio Milano / Make-up: Sara Iscaro and Debora Maglione / Photo: Raffaele Passoni Model: Lovise H. – ICE Models Milan
MUD ART 2015-2016 // Publisher: Make-up Designory, Inc. // production: Endemit advertising agency // www.endemit.si // creative and art director: Maja Kešelj MUD image photography: Peter Giodani // graphic design: Maja Kešelj, Polona Kopač // cover photo: Peter Giodani // product photo: Peter Giodani, Polona Kopač make-up: MUD Europe team // editors: Svenya Nimmons, Nejc Pogačnik, Francine Reich, Polona Kopač, Myrna Martinez, Jake Holland, Karen Stein
LA campus / Make-up: Zyanya Almanza / Photo: Derek Althen
LA campus / Make-up: Shauntiy Heyliger / Photo: Derek Althen
Make-up Designory Los Angeles
Make-up Designory New York
Make-up Designory Cosmetics
Make-up Designory Europe
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Contents The Fascinating World of Make-Up Artistry
MUD Studio Travel Map
MUD Studio Certifications, Individual Courses & Continuing Education and Beauty Workshops
Vanja Djuran MUD Instructional Specialist
Highlight & Shadow 101
Elevate MUD Fall / Winter Look 2015
Joel Harlow Interview
Gemini Beauty Editorial
Graduate Spotlight Danielle Lyn Saunders
Eyeliner The Eyes Have It
FIND Schools, Studios & Partner Schools
The first MUD Studio in South Africa
FIFTY-SEVEN The Graphic Beauty - Editorial
MUD News and Events
The Fascinating World of Make-Up Artistry Make-up Designory (MUD) is dedicated to providing education in the craft of make-up artistry, as well as in related fields that are specific to the needs of both the novice and the experienced artist. In addition to MUD Studios, Make-up Designory operates two locations: the main campus in Los Angeles, and the second branch campus in New York City. MUD facilities represent the latest efforts to bring quality education and products to the make-up artist community. All courses and programs in our curriculum are taught by experienced and trained professional artisans and instructors. These intensive programs provide upto six months, and provide students with practical, realworld skills in an academic format designed to maximize the learning process. Each year, our schools train hundreds of students from around the world in a variety of make-up specialties. Whether a students chooses the intricacies of prosthetics or the delicacy of beauty make-up, Make-up Designory can prepare the student to begin a journey as a make-up artist.
Features of Make-up Designory LA & NY
The NYC Campus has been in their new location in downtown Manhattan for almost a year now. With extra classrooms the school has been able to make classes more available and hold Saturday workshops through the MUD Studio. Over the past year MUD NY has seen a number of graduates compete at IMATS, as well as, on the Syfy show Face Off. Career Services has brought in some great speakers from different parts of the industry, some notables were Michael Key, Michael Develis, James Vincent and NZINGHA.
// Experienced Admissions Advisors, prepared to answer questions regarding enrolling, programs, and career fields. Tours are available daily to experience the campus, the classrooms, and the classes. // MUD provides a wide-range of training for every make-up career with a team of experienced, certified instructors that are very familiar with the industry's standards and trends. Bringing such information into their classrooms, the instructors prepare their students with the proper tools of success for today's world of make-up artistry. // Video & Photo areas provide on-hands, practical exercises, so the student can see the results of their newly-acquired skills. // Resource Centers and Computer workstations provide students with a perfect place to research topics, review notes, study course materials, and seek out popular products and specialized techniques.
Los Angeles Campus
Located in the heart of the entertainment capital, MUD Los Angeles campus offers more than amazing weather. At our most recent Open House in June, graduate Emily Peck took 1st place in the David De Leon MUD Makeup Competition, granting her a 1-on-1 lunch with the Emmy Award winner. Emily was successful in selecting a beauty makeup image from De Leon’s professional website and re-created an awesome inspired look! Mr. De Leon is a popular guest artist and speaker at makeup schools, conventions, and seminars worldwide. Also, say good-bye to traditional classroom whiteboards, the LA campus upgraded and updated all classrooms with digital Sharp AQUOS Boards – which are being received positively by students and faculty. Melissa 'Missy Munster' Stell is featured on Season 9 of the SyFy show Face Off, a competition/elimination series where special effects make-up artists participate in elaborate challenges for a grand prize and the honor of being Hollywood's next great effects artist. In addition, NY graduate Brittany Leslie has been getting some Special Effects refreshers here at the LA campus to compete in Season 10. Graduate Maddie Hill and her team were nominated for Best Hair and Makeup for her work on a short film project, Birdie's Song, at the 168 Film Festival.
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New York Campus
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// Both schools conduct the very popular "Industry Speaks" events, which are open to all MUD students, graduates, and guests. These weekly lectures, by some of the industry's most prominent leaders, cover a wide variety of career-related topics, and provide a forum for artists to exchange ideas. // Each campus conducts annual Professional Advisory Committee (PAC) events, where industry professionals are invited to come, tour the campus, review the curriculum and support materials, and make recommendations on how to improve our educational environment. // Each campus is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), and approved by the U.S. Department of Education.
From its humble beginnings, Make-up Designory has grown to become the largest educational system exclusively focused on make-up artist training. A strict adherence to educational standards, curriculum development and teacher training have helped to create a standard form of make-up education that can be found in classrooms around the world. The same curriculum, high standards and MUDcertified teachers can be found in MUD’s main campuses in New York and Los Angeles, through their network of partner schools operating in the Unites States or internationally in MUD Studios. MUD Studio provides a perfect mix between classroom and retail. Each MUD Studio is locally based and managed and features a modern showroom where the right MUD product can be found for every occasion and customer type. With every product in MUD Studio comes the knowledge of a MUD Make-up Artist. Dedication to a knowledge based product line is essential to the MUD Studio experience. According to Tate Holland, MUD CEO, “we don’t want to do just makeovers in our stores, we want each make-up application to become an individual makeup class.” Beyond individual tutoring sessions, the store also hosts a number of smaller workshops that are geared to the needs of the everyday woman and make-up enthusiast alike. The education does not stop in the store. It travels to the classroom where aspiring make-up artists are taught the fundamentals of make-up application and the theory necessary to adapt make-up techniques to differing conditions - from the retail floor to a film set to a brides special day. Courses are derived from the same curriculum that can be found at Make-up Designory’s main campuses, but are divided in such a way as to allow the student to progress through the various subjects at their own pace. The courses are divided into two levels: Level I is comprised of Beauty Essentials and the completion of this course allows the student to move on to the classes that comprise Level II, which include classes in Airbrush Make-up, Studio Make-up, High Fashion Make-up Trends, and Bridal Make-up. One of the unique features of the program is that students are able to not only choose courses that they feel will benefit them, but to take courses at different Studios in varying cities. While the courses remain the same at each MUD Studio, Partner School or Main Campus, traveling to different MUD locations allows the student to add culture and life experiences to their make-up education and artistic expression.
Make-up Designory has courses and groups of courses to meet the needs of licensed professionals. For this reason, al l classes require Beauty Essentials as a prerequisite. Al l classes are also offered as continuing education for beauty professionals. These courses have been developed to build upon one another, so that students wil l benefit from the combined materials and the progressive nature of the curriculum. MUD has created groups of classes to il lustrate possible combinations. These groups are designed to provide comprehensive training in various aspects of make-up artistry. P lease note that some classes may not be available at al l locations. A Certificate and Card are awarded for successful completion of any course or group of courses.
& Continuing Education
Learn to do make-up, while having fun! Every day, different workshop. Invite your friends, book your seat and learn best techniques to achieve selected looks with professional make-up artists.
Today's beauty professionals need to know more than hair and skincare, they must be competent in al l aspects of their craft. For this reason, Make-up Designory has created a group of classes in make-up artistry to help students of cosmetology and esthetics and licensed professionals meet the ful needs of their clientele. The courses are held convenient ly at MUD's main campuses, Partner Schools, and international ly at MUD Studios. MUD Studio courses are based on the same great educational methodology and teacher training that has helped to make Make-up Designory a bedrock in make-up education. The courses are pul led from the same curriculum that comprises the longer programs at MUD's main campuses in Los Angeles and New York, but are broken up into smal ler modules. These modules can be taken separately or combined, al lowing the student to transfer their education to one of MUD's main campuses.
Professional products Each course kit requires specific tools for your class while helping to build your kit for professional use. Inside your kit, you wil l find MUD products and course mat erials. Each kit contains a unique serial number used to track your progress and ensures your appropriat e certification.
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∙∙ As a symbol of the Italian dream, Milan has always been a city of career opportu nities, where synergies betwee n a long-standing tradition of culture, arts, design and fashion make this vibrant city a fertile ground to experience and develop creativity, especially in makeup. That’s wh ere MUD Studio Milano can play the main role in this challenge, with its five reasons to study in Milan: ∙∙ Connections - Mi lan is centrally located in the north ern part of Italy, so it’s easily reach able from abroad and a crucial place to get to the main Italian cities . ∙∙ Arts & Culture - An eclectic mix of both historic and contemporary monuments make this city a truly magical place, wit h frequent expositions, even ts and vernissage s. ∙∙ Lifestyle - Milan is saturated with popular bars and clubs that can suit all tastes, ma inly concentrated in the Navigli area, right where the MUD Studio was born.
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After completing Level I, the student may progress into more advanced areas of make-up. At this level, students will be exposed to areas of fashion, print, film, television, and bridal makeup applications. The completion of the Level II Make-up Artist Certification allows students to transfer to a main campus program, and may act as a substitute for Beauty 101: Fundamentals of Beauty make-up.
All students completing this course will receive a Level I Make-up Artist Certification. Beauty Essentials was written as an introduction to beauty make-up. In this intensive 84-hour course, students learn how to apply beauty make-up and the theory behind it. These first 84-hours should be viewed as the bare minimum to learn beauty make-up.
This certification level consists of the following courses: // Beauty Essentials
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This certification level consists of the following courses: Beauty Essentials Airbrush Bridal Make-up Studio Make-up High Fashion Make-up Trends
coming soon in January
artist The Bridal Industry is not only constantly changing and growing, but the nature of the work is uniquely demanding. The beauty professional who seeks to work in Bridal Make-up must be prepared to work on different skin tones, in differing environments, with a wide range of products - all the while communicating in a clear manner. This course grouping offers the essential make-up techniques needed to give any bride the look she desires on her most important of days.
This certification level consists of the following courses: // Beauty Essentials // Airbrush // Bridal Make-up
Individual Courses & Continuing Education
This course is designed as an introduction to beauty makeup with an emphasis on the techniques required today in this multi-faceted industry. Regardless of which of these areas you intend to work in, mastery of beauty make-up is a must. In this course you will start by learning facial analysis, base matching and application, correction, contours, highlights, as well as a focus on eyes and lips. The course finishes with complete makeup applications ranging from one hundred percent corrective to natural make-up.
This course consists of 24 sessions for a total of 84 clock hours.
Airbrushing has become one of the premiere ways of applying make-up. In this course the airbrush, as a tool, is de-mystified, and you are shown how to properly care and maintain it. In addition, you will study the techniques necessary to do beautiful, flawless beauty make-up. Learn the techniques that are being required by the major studios as well as demanding clients.
This course consists of 10 sessions for a total of 35 clock hours.
With a focus on the lucrative world of weddings, the Bridal Make-up Artistry Course takes the student from consultation to the creation of a bride's perfect look. Every successful wedding make-up application starts with a clear plan for both the bride and family, and this is where the bridal course starts. From there, students learn both business and additional make-up techniques required in order to be successful in the bridal business.
This course consists of 6 sessions for a total of 21 clock hours.
Individual Courses & Continuing Education
New Courses Coming in January 2016
Effects studio make-up
Development With the dramatic increase of new technology in video production for internet and cable broadcast, production can be found in all markets worldwide. Applying make-up for camera and broadcast require unique considerations. In the Studio Make-up Course students learn to apply camera-ready makeups, whether the look is a natural or full glamour look.
Learn the techniques employed by professional make-up artists working on advertising and editorial. In this course, students will learn how to work on set and create make-ups that can be used in fashion or editorial and how to work with a professional photographer to create imagery that stands out from the rest. Students will also develop his or her eye for make-up and learn what to look out for in his or her own pictures.
This course consists of 10 sessions for a total of 35 clock hours.
This course consists of 10 sessions for a total of 35 clock hours.
drawing like a pro
MUD personal education
Beauty Workshops Learn how to look your best by mastering your personal make-up skills. It doesn’t matter how much experience you have. Step by step you will learn how to apply make-up as a true professional. Make-up Designory believes that every make-up moment is a teaching moment. MUD is a company born from education. Whether teaching a class of aspiring makeup artists or an individual about her own make-up, education is central to the experience that is MUD. For nearly 20 years Make-up Designory has trained make-up artists from around the world. First at their school in Los Angeles then at the New York Campus. Adding to the company’s educational reach, MUD Studios was developed and a network of MUD Partner Schools. Today Make-up Designory is the largest educational provider of its kind. The difference can be found in the quality of the educational systems, the curriculum and ultimately the teachers that are certified by trained and certified by MUD to teach the courses.
MUD has created and has successfully offered a series of classes and one on one tutoring sessions to meet the educational and make-up needs of the everyday woman. The central idea is to not just do a make-over but provide the person with a learned skill that will help them to better apply their own make-up.
It is with this same focus on education and information that Make-up Designory is using to teach woman about their own make-up, their uniqueness and ultimately how to apply make-up to themselves.
The classes can be offered to as few as one person or to a group. In order to take a class the participant pays a nominal fee that can then be used as a credit to buy MUD cosmetics.
Natural Day Looks Description: Creating a natural, no make-up look can be one of the more challenging aspects of make-up artistry. We will guide you through the process of applying make-up so it not only looks natural and minimal, but also looks clean and helps each person to look their very best.
5 Minute Looks for Women on the Go Description: Don’t have much time to put on make-up? In this seminar we show you fast ways to get flawless results. Apply make-up in this seminar as our professional make-up artist assists you in achieving the look you want in less time and with less effort.
Teen Make-Up Description: Learn to properly apply make-up for you and your teen/tween from professional make-up artists. These age appropriate lessons show how much makeup to use and the proper way to apply it. We will explain and demonstrate the techniques to cover blemishes and make it look natural.
Evening Looks Description: Learn the techniques employed by professional make-up artists to create a beautiful and youthful look for any evening engagement. The instructor will give you the tools to create a make-up for any evening occasion.
The classes range in duration from one to three and half hours. The classes follow the same methodology and philosophy that have made Make-up Designory the global leader in make-up education and cover trends, techniques and events.
Choose from a list of personal looks or tell us your wishes and we will teach you! All attendants are rewarded with free MUD products in worth of workshop price.
Smoky Eye Description: Learn how to create a smoky eye with our talented team of make-up artists. We will walk you through the process of layering eye shadow and creating the most amazing effects with the smallest amount of product.
Make-up party Description: Invite your friends to a party where you learn to do make-up while having a little fun. This workshop is the perfect introduction to the weekend. Channel your inner-rock star with a new look and be the center of attention.
Gemini Gemini photography: Peter Giodani photography: Peter Giodani make-up: Vanja Djuran
make-up: Vanja Djuran
Gemini Our names were captured in ancient dictionary We lived through centuries Our world is without colors There is no white without black Reflection is blinding me We live in a room without mirrors When I want to say something I use the word WE Flying on the moonlight We search for our star in a day night Existence is a relative concept There is no you without me
make-up & hair: Vanja Djuran @ MUD Europe photography: Peter Giodani model: Maruša & Sebastian @ Immortal Model Management
MUD Instructional Specialist
Vanja Djuran 1. You just got back from a photo shoot in Vienna, how has the rest of this year been for you?
3. What type of feedback do you usually receive for your work as an instructor and as a make-up artist?
There have been so many things happening at once for MUD, like opening new MUD Studios, developing new products, MUD Art Magazine photo shoots and teaching… like I always say, “this year has been great!” If I keep repeating that sentence every year, then the sky is the limit.
I am really trying hard to remember some negative feedback or comments in order to not sound pretentious, but I cannot remember one. I think once you realize that you are learning every day, you simply enjoy and love what you do, only good things get back to you.
2. What is a greater challenge, teaching future make-up artists or training make-up artists to become teachers?
4. What are your thoughts on creativity in a commercial world?
Teaching IS a big challenge, and god knows I love it! When it comes to students, I teach them how to do make-up. With teachers it is a little bit different, I teach them how to teach make-up. The most important thing is to care about your students' success and to make sure that your students are learning. Actually for me, to answer your question, there is no difference between the two.
Thinking as an artist doesn’t have anything to do with commercial theoretically, because being an artist is expressing your inner emotion, your inner-self and personal point of view. Technically artistic presentations have a great visual impact on people which is exactly what an artist wants to achieve. Basically, the question answers itself - finding the balance between creativity and living in a commercial world is the key to success.
5. What is the creative process you follow when developing a new makeup collection or look? Whenever I am inspired I immediately start drawing on a face chart because I don’t want to let the idea disappear. Then I always have a stock of looks to choose from. Research is a never ending process for a make-up artist, you always need to be on track with new collections and trends. I am always questioning who is designing the trends and if it’s necessary to fully follow them. I prefer to add a lot of my personal touches and transform the trend into my own unique creation.
6. If you had to pick one, which would it be: doing make-up for fashion week, photo shoots, movies or theater? Hmm…I think I feel the same as if someone would ask a parent to pick a favorite child. (Laughing)
Fashion weeks are so dynamic, there is so much preparation and creative teamwork. Photo shoots in studios are completely different, they can be very intimate and quiet, but sometimes you travel to a certain location just to get one great photo, freezing a moment in time. Movies are probably the most complex, sometimes taking over a year to com-
8. Do you have any friends or family that helped lead you to become an artist? plete production. Theater has a certain romantic feel to it and was one of the first fields where make-up artistry became a profession. It is impossible for me to choose one, but I can admit that my strongest one is creating new looks and working on photo shoots.
7. What music do you play while you are working? Besides being a make-up artist, music is probably one of the most important elements of my life. It really depends on a situation, sometimes there is already music playing and there is not much to choose from. If I am the one choosing the music I always adapt it to the mood of the make-up, similar to how a soundtrack is chosen for a movie. I never get enough of Shirley Bassey, Chet Baker, David Bowie, Kate Bush, Massive Attack and Air.
My grandfather was a painter, but unfortunately, I never got the chance to meet him so I must have inherited (or stolen) some of his genes. I also always enjoyed watching my mother do her make-up, so I need to thank her because I was never really interested in make-up or any other girly thing at the time. She did my make-up for my prom and nobody recognized me; I instantly felt the magic of make-up, which was probably my breakthrough moment.
9. Who inspires you the most in life? It will probably sound cliché, but my life is my inspiration, along with my friends and the people I work with. You don’t search for creativity, you simply live it!
10. What makes you really happy? There are a lot of things that bring joy and happiness to my life, but it comes down to, simply waking up in the morning knowing that there is a whole new day full of surprises waiting for me!
11. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
My life, as a make-up artist, is full of constant changes. Meeting new people on a daily basis, changing work locations, traveling and diving into new cultures is what I love and why I chose to do this in the first place. I’m always creating, teaching and learning, so I hope in 5 years it will be the same…same, but different.
The Eyes Have It
Written By: MUD Staff
A straight liner is used to define the top lash line and follows the natural curve of the eye. The straight line does not have any corrective elements, it’s primarily used for definition. It is also a great base for most eye liner positions.
1. For a well-defined straight liner, use the Cake Liner in Black or Brown with Brush #100. 2. Wet the brush and twirl it into the cake liner until it comes to a point and you have a perfect slurry of color. (Too wet and it may look like a wash, too dry and it may skip.)
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Used for centuries to create definition and to draw attention to the eyes, eyeliner comes in different types and styles. While some applications are used for correction, others are purely for fun and fashion. The possibilities are endless: Precise sharp lines are great for dramatic looks and soft smudges offer a more subtle approach. You can also control the thickness of the line with the amount of pressure you apply and with your choice of brush. (A light touch will allow for a thinner line than you get with a heavy hand.)
Test on the back of your hand to ensure you have the right consistency. 3. Do not stretch the eye from the outer edge - it will distort the eyeliner and may cause added wrinkles later on. If necessary, tug upward from the eyebrow to really get into the lash line. To gain better control, lightly lay the brush flat against the lashes on the top lash line with the tip pointing toward the tear duct. 4. Drag the brush to the center of the eye.
This liner position is used to add an optical lift toward the outer edge and to define the eye. The natural liner is thinner in the inner corner and as it follows the curve of the eye, it thickens and ends with a wedge at the outer corner.
1. Use the same method for a well-defined straight liner for the base of the natural liner application. 2. Next, lightly place the tip of the brush toward the highest point of the wedge (To create the lift at the outer edge, use the edge of your lower water line to gauge where your wedge should be placed.) It is very important not to exceed the outer edge especially when you are trying to lift the eye. 3. Lay the brush flat with the tip touching the highest point of the wedge and follow the curve of the eye toward the center. You may have to repeat this step to build the thickness.
5. Flip the brush and lay the brush flat against the lashes with the tip facing the outer corner and drag the brush toward the center so the lines meet in the middle.
Use the same method for liquids, gels, and wet powder applications. For a softer edge, dampen Brush #210 and lightly blend out. Or use the same point to point meth-
Use the same method of application for liquids, gels, and/or wet powder applications.
od with a sharpened Eye Pencil and/or Eye Color and Brush #210.
For a softer look, use this method with a sharpened Eye Pencil and/or an Eye Color and Brush #210.
For well defined, sharp lines you may choose to use a cake liner, gel, liquid or even a wet application of eye shadow. For a softer look, choose a pencil or a dry eye shadow and blend. You can also layer more than one product to add depth. Once you master our four basic Eye Liner applications, it’s extremely easy to customize your own.
Fashion Liner 1.
The Fashion Liner creates the illusion of close-set eyes appearing farther apart. In this corrective position, the lower liner meets the upper liner at the outer corner of the eye to create a lift at the outer edge.
1. Begin with a straight or natural liner with any of the products mentioned above
and envision a horizontal line that runs through the eye. Place a dot at the outer corner of the eye just above the horizontal line. 2. Place your choice of tool and product on the dot and follow the lower lash line. Taper the lower liner as you move toward the tear duct.
3. Next, connect the lower liner with the top liner. Place the tool and product on the dot and follow the upper lash line. This line should also taper as it nears the
This corrective eyeliner position is ideal for wide-set eyes. It creates the illusion of the eyes closer together, with a lift at the outer edge. Although this eyeliner position is very popular, it is not recommended for a person with hooded lids as the fold will most likely distort the shape of the wing.
1. Create your slurry of color with the Black or Brown Cake Liner and Brush #100. 2. Look straight into the mirror and notice if/where the fold of the crease falls on the lid. If it does, be sure to keep the wing below the fold. 3. Point the tip of the brush toward the highest point of the wing at a 45 degree angle and drag the brush down to the outer corner of the lash line to create an extended incline line. Repeat on the other eye for balance. 4. Next, lay the brush down with the point at the tear duct and drag the brush to the center of the eye. Then turn the brush in the opposite direction. From the tip
of the wing lightly apply pressure to the brush to create a slight dip as the brush
A well-blended and soft application makes for a perfect smoky eye.
glides toward the center of the eye. 5. Repeat steps to fill in if necessary. Follow steps on the other eye. For a softer edge, dampen Brush #210 and lightly blend out or use the same point to point method with a sharpened Eye Pencil and/or Eye Color and Brush #210. You can
also add powder Eye Color on top to soften the look.
#900 #100 #210
Graduate Spotlight Danielle Lyn Saunders After graduating from MUD in 2002, make-up artist Danielle Lyn Saunders worked on an array of low-budget horror films and “any job she could get her hands on” where she created numerous character make-ups. After 18 months of paying her dues, Danielle joined Local 706 where she did make-up on game shows before getting her first episodic television show, Touch, a major accomplishment in her life and career. After marriage and family beckoned, Danielle returned to TV, department heading sitcoms including Dads in 2013 and Cristela in 2014 after which she joined Disney in 2015. With regards to her first job after graduating from MUD, Only in Hollywood, Danielle realized that she had to stand out from the pack. Though a throng of make-up artists were vying for the position of doing make-up on the show, even though its total salary was $50, Danielle offered to work on the show for free. However, the director wasn’t buying that, as other potential artists had already volunteered their labor for free. Concocting a unique strategy, Danielle asked the director “if he had 30 minutes, so that she could make him look homeless.” She nailed the make-up and got the job. Danielle left no stone unturned in building her career, so she tried every avenue: pouring through the industry trade magazines, checking Craigslist for jobs, answering all ads she
could find. In addition to doing a dose of freebees, Danielle reached back to MUD to find paid work, no matter the size of the project initially. Danielle noted that she flew by the seat of her pants, often devising on-the-spot make-ups for shows such as Touch. Adding a bruise make-up or bloody gash would regularly arise, so Danielle kept her make-up kit fully stocked in anticipation of these spontaneous challenges. Her most valuable lesson learned was to be ready for anything and always be adequately prepared when working on set. Her greatest strength, Danielle notes, is her ability to create anything asked of her, regardless of her given prep period. For Untold Stories of The ER, she fabricated such unorthodox make-ups as “hooks through a neck, or tree stumps in head”, which to her delight, always stood up on camera. She surmounted such challenges through a combination of her MUD training, her developing skills, and her steadfast belief in herself. Moreover, Danielle has proactively been surrounded by friends who have supported her and likeminded craftspeople from whom she has continued to learn. In the future, Danielle looks forward to balancing her professional life and her family life, which is also precious to her. Given her ongoing position as the make-up department head on many top television projects, Danielle looks to have a very bright career ahead.
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MUD Fall / Winter Look 2015
From high above the Danube bright lights shimmer as cool metal and glass reach for the sky. Modern lines rise into tomorrow while keeping watch over the Baroque legends of yesterday. Clarity is found here, in the simplicity of now.
Rise above the ordinary by pairing tones of cool metallic with rich wine.
make-up: Sean Conklin @ MUD USA hair: Vanja Djuran make-up supervisor: Francine Reich @ MUD USA creative director: Maja Kešelj photography: Peter Giodani styling: Matic Veler model: Anja @ Immortal Models Management A special thanks to MUD Studio Vienna shooting location: Melia Hotel, Vienna, Austria
MUD Fall / Winter Look 2015
For a highlight, lightly sweep Canvas Eye Color on the brow bone with the #320 Oval Shadow Brush.
Use #800 Crease Brush and layer Vineyard Eye Color on the crease to soften the edges and to add warmth.
Apply Vineyard on the outer corner of the eye to transition Tinsel into Onyx with #320 Oval Shadow Brush.
Finish the look with Rose Clay Lipstick. Use #310 Portable Lip Brush for a precise application.
Place with Onyx Eye color on the outer corners of the top lid and follow the crease toward the center of the eye with the #300 Shadow Blender Brush. Connect the outer corner with the lower lash and follow the lower lash line to the tear duct.
Intensify Tinsel Eye Color with a small amount of Face Primer. Stipple on the on the lid with #320 Oval Shadow Brush.
Line and fill in the lips with Mauve Lip Pencil. For a lighter application, use #810 Smudger Brush to transfer the color onto the lips.
To compliment this collection apply the Cool Mauve Cheek Color to the cheek bones with the #710 Powder Blush Brush.
If your house was on fire and you could only save one scene from all your movies what would it be? I think one of my favorite make-ups that I’ve created has been “Bootstrap Bill” from Pirates 2 and 3, however, the “Hell on Wheels” sequence from “The Lone Ranger” is loaded with special character make-ups and regardless of any critics opinion (armchair or otherwise) it is at the top of my favorite films list...I think that’d have to be it.
Written By: Deverill Weekes and Juliet Landau They say it’s not what you know, but who you know when it comes to “making it” in
“NOTHING LASTS FOREVER. NEITHER THE UPS, NOR THE DOWNS. ENJOY THE HIGH POINTS AND TREAT EVERYONE WITH RESPECT, FOR ONE DAY YOU WILL BE THE ONE TAKING DIRECTION INSTEAD OF GIVING IT.”
the industry. Not only have MUD graduates made a name for themselves, but the friends of MUD are always artists that believe in setting their own path to success. Events like Industry Speaks at the New York and Los Angeles campuses give students the opportunity to speak with lead artists every week. Some of the hottest names in the entertainment and beauty industry have graced the doors of MUD to show them what’s at the end of the tunnel of opportunity after graduating. Academy Award and Oscar winning artist, Joel Harlow sat down with MUD to share his humble beginnings from Grand Forks, North Dakota to on location with Johnny Depp.
ery. I maintain that what we did at XFX was to create “digital transformations and effects” in the physical world. The second mentor would have to be Ve Neill. I was Ve’s key makeup artist on a number of very high profile films. She taught me how to run a department and how to be a department head. I absolutely would not be where I am today without Ve’s guidance.
I was always interested in creating art. More specifically Monster or Creature art, and what started two dimensionally in sketchbooks and textbooks ultimately developed into three dimensional sculptures. As a youth, I knew I wanted to make monsters. As I grew, however, I realized what that really meant was that I wanted to create characters. My parents, Steve and Irene, were always very supportive and aided me in obtaining the various materials and tools I needed to advance in this arena. Without their support and encouragement, I am positive I would have followed a very different path.
A high school friend of mine, Mark Pederson, had moved to Florida and hooked up with an independent filmmaker named Tim Ritter. Tim was about to start shooting a film entitled, “Killing Spree” and I went down to handle the make-up effects. The entire budget was $1000 and I was tasked with building seven elaborate death scenes and bringing all the victims back from the dead.
My inspiration can come from anywhere. I surround myself with the work of other artists, both two and three dimensional, both classic artists and make-up artists. I will also derive inspiration from music or audio stories. There are inspirations everywhere, one just needs to be open to them, from the very obvious imagery in painting or sculpture to the images in the grain of a piece of wood or the shapes in a coffee stain on a desk...
Entertainment industry King Kong (1933 version). I remember being awestruck by Willis O’Brien’s stop motion of Kong. That experience stayed with me so deeply that when I moved to New York in 1986 to study film, I enrolled in the animation department.
Big Break I think moving to L.A. was perhaps the biggest step forward for my career. I don’t think that this would have happened when it did if I hadn’t met Gabe Bartalos while still in New York. Gabe had just finished shooting “Frankenhooker” and was gearing up to start “Basket Case 2.” I interviewed with Gabe and started the next day. After the film wrapped, Gabe offered me a position at his L.A. studio, Atlantic West Effects, on a film called “Happy Hell Night.” I gladly accepted and moved to Los Angeles, which I have called home ever since.
Heros and mentors I am always learning from other artists, but I’m not sure I would call them “heroes.” “Inspiration” is more appropriate, I’d say. If there were any make-up artists I would refer to as a mentor however, I would have to name two. The first would be Steve Johnson. I worked at Steve’s company XFX for about eight years when I first moved to L.A. and the things I learned there would fill a book. Not only did Steve surround himself with some of the best minds in the make-up effects business at the time, but he also approached make-up design from a very original angle. His approach was always “outside the box”, which led to some amazing visual imag-
Johnny Depp Working with Johnny is truly a dream come true. In developing a character, he brings no ego to the process. By that I mean that he is not concerned at all about seeing “himself” through the make-up. It’s all about designing the right look for the character, and he is very involved in the conceptualization process. We have developed a shorthand over the years which allows us to play around with looks (prosthetic or otherwise) with fantastic results. He understands the make-up world completely. He is very conscious of the time it takes to create and apply make-ups, as well as the potential fragility of a make-up once applied. There is a mutual respect we share for each other when it comes to creating a character...that is VERY rare!
Winning the Oscar The most important part of that evening was being able to share it with my parents. I was able to have them both at the awards presentation and after that evening, I gave them the award. It is a tremendous honor to be acknowledged by your peers for work that you love doing, but ultimately, doing work that you love is its own reward.
Best advice “Nothing lasts forever. Neither the ups, nor the downs. Enjoy the high points and treat everyone with respect, for one day you will be the one taking direction instead of giving it.”
Code you live by Always create! Whether it is for a film or for yourself, always do what you love to do. Your personal projects are just as important to your growth as an artist as your professional projects. Perhaps more so, because this is where you get to express your vision without input from others. If you find yourself losing the passion to create for art’s sake, then it's time to rethink what you are bringing to this industry.
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CORRECTOR The Basics: Creamy, pigment rich correctors designed to conceal and camouflage skin imperfections. The ultimate coverup for scars, blemishes, birthmarks or dark under-eye circles. Blend with Make-up Designory’s Cream Foundations for a flawless, full coverage make-up.
BLUE BLUE BLUE CORRECTOR CORRECTOR CORRECTOR #1 #2 #3
BLUE RED RED CORRECTOR CORRECTOR CORRECTOR #4 #1 #2
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BRONZER The Basics: Sheer pressed powder Bronzers add a warm glow to any skin tone. Dust lightly over the entire face for just a hint of color or intensify application to create more dramatic effects. The perfect finishing touch for any look.
ENDLESS SUMMER (MATTE)
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CAKE EYELINER The Basics: A long-lasting, water-activated liner known for its precision and versatility. The makeup experts’ choice that’s perfect for everyday use. Create subtle or dramatic looks effortlessly with this professional-quality eyeliner. Go from a super fine line for everyday wear to a thicker line for more intensity.
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4 HOLE EMPTY EYE COLOR PALETTE
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The Basics: Sheer, non-greasy cheek and lip colors that add a fresh glow to the skin. Use alone to create natural warmth or over foundation for a colorful finish. Creates glowing color that appears to radiate naturally through the skin.
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LEMON CREAM (HIGHLIGHT)
CHEEK COLOR The Basics: Versatile powder Cheek Colors formulated with pigment-rich ingredients for a smooth, even finish. Available in a spectrum of beautiful colors – from soft and natural to bright and bold – that will add warmth and intensity to all skin tones.
12 HOLE EMPTY EYE COLOR PALETTE The Basics: Make-up Designory’s empty 12-Hole palette is slim and professional. This palette holds twelve MUD Eye Colors. * Note: Palettes are sold empty. Please see Eyes and Cheeks section for available refill colors.
TRAVEL BRUSH KIT
The Basics: Now you can take your favorite make-up brushes wherever you go. This sleek, envelope-style travel brush pouch has been custom designed to hold MUD travel size brushes, including the #210S, #300S, #310S, #330S, #710S, #800S and #810 series.* The lightweight yet durable black microfiber material wipes clean, and the convenient magnetic closure keeps brushes in place during transit.
The Basics: Lightweight gel Face Primer works beautifully with Cream Foundations to create a flawless, long-lasting finish. Apply directly to the skin prior to foundation using a sponge or fingertips to create an extra smooth surface or mix into foundation for a creamier consistency.
* Note: Empty case also available
MAKE-UP REMOVER TOWELETTES PENCIL SHARPENER The Basics: Creates the perfect point for lip and eye pencils. Metal blade works smoothly and easily with precision. Convenient cleaning stick helps to remove product from blade and inside sharpener.
PROFESSIONAL MAKE-UP SPONGE (12 PRE-CUT SPONGES)
The Basics: Create a flawless look effortlessly with these specially designed, disposable Professional Make-up Sponges. Unique shape offers extra surfaces and density keeps cream products from absorbing into sponge. Use wet or dry for smooth, even application. Made from natural and synthetic latex.
(40 towelettes) The Basics: These refreshing towelettes leave skin feeling clean while removing all traces of make-up. No water necessary. Convenient resealable packet keeps towelettes moist and ready for use. Perfect for life on the go.
TRIMMING SCISSORS The Basics: Trim facial hair, brows and false eyelashes with these professional stainless steel manicure scissors.
CLEAR POUCH The Basics: A clear, durable pouch that conveniently stores a variety of makeup, tools, bottles and jars.
MAKE-UP CASE SET The Basics: This durable, uniquely designed case is ideal for easy access to all your make-up related essentials. A must-have for every make-up artist, the sturdy set case is perfect for travel. Two clear pouches conveniently store a variety of make-up, tools, bottles and jars.
DOUBLE POINT COTTON TIP APPLICATORS
The Basics: These precision-crafted, stainless steel slant tweezers allow for a perfect grip for cleaning up around the brow area.
The Basics: This durable, uniquely-designed Set Bag is perfect for organizing all of your make-up related essentials in one place for easy access. The large center compartment is surrounded by handy pockets for storing bottles and cans. A must-have for every make-up artist.
The Basics: This custom designed, 3-N-1 Brush Holder boasts three convenient functions, each ideal for keeping brushes organized and protected. Wear it as a waist belt for work on the go, use it as a stand-up holder for easy access to tools or simply roll it up and store your brushes safely. Durable black belt has a protective flap and several pouches to hold brushes and other essentials.
name date skin care cleanser moisturizer make-up primer
face foundation concealer powder cheek color
eyes lid crease
brow liner mascara lashes
lips lip color
The Basics: These finely grained wooden sticks are ideal for applying MUD’s false eyelashes.
3-N-1 BRUSH HOLDER
The Basics: Professional quality, double sided point tip applicators are a must have for any make-up kit. The firm, pointed tips allow for precise application and blending, giving ultimate control.
HAIR SCISSORS The Basics: These professional quality stainless steel shears are perfect for trimming natural or synthetic hair for a variety character looks.
EYELASH CURLER The Basics: Create perfectly curled lashes with Make-up Designory’s professional stainless steel eyelash curler. The specially designed arch creates an even curl without creasing. One replacement silicone pad included.
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CONTINUITY FACE CHART (50 SHEETS) The Basics: Note every detail while creating unique make-ups using MUD’s custom designed Continuity Face Charts. The porous paper allows for realistic blending when using make-up or colored pencils.
35-WELL PALETTE The Basics: Conveniently store up to 35 of your favorite lipsticks and cream products in this sleek plastic palette. Great for organizing customized colors for easy access on set.
DISPOSABLE MASCARA WANDS The Basics: Create flawless lashes using Make-up Designory’s individual Disposable Mascara Wands. Universal to any lash type with a flexible tip for easy application.
EMPTY 4 WELL WHEEL The Basics: This empty palette has 4 compartments for cream products and is perfect for custom blending colors. The compact palette is a convenient size with a screw top to secure product.
DISPOSABLE PAPER PALETTE
8-HOLE EMPTY PALETTE The Basics: Convenient 8-Hole Palette comes empty to make it easy to customize any combination of Make-up Designory’s refillable cream products. Reusable eco-conscious palette eliminates the need for disposable, one-use make-up holders. The experts’ choice for its versatility and smart design.
The Basics: This wax coated Disposable Paper Palette is ideal for easy clean up in between make-up applications. Use to mix foundation, lipstick, lip glosses, glazes together and create quick custom colors.
STAINLESS STEEL PALETTE The Basics: Reusable, stainless steel work palette is a must-have for blending colors and other make-up products.
PALETTE KNIFE The Basics: Stainless steel palette knife is a must-have for removing cream make-up products from pots and palettes, quickly and easily. Protects makeup from cross-contamination.
POWDER PUFFS The Basics: Create a flawless, matte finish using these soft velour puffs. Specifically designed to pick up and hold powder for an even application. Available in packs of 2 or 10.
2 OZ SPRAY BOTTLE The Basics: Keep liquids organized and separated with Make-up Designory’s plastic 2oz spray bottles. Conveniently sized for travel and fits perfectly into any professional kit or cosmetic bag.
#900 round liner
Fine, tapered point is ideal for creating extremely thin lines when using cream or cake products
#100 round liner
Tapered point allows for a precise, even application
#210 angle liner
Fine, sharp angle is perfect for creating precise, even lines
#300 shadow blender
Small oval shape works great for Eye Color detail
#320 oval shadow
Flexible oval shape allows for easy color application
#330 shadow fluff
Soft, full oval shape is ideal for blending Eye Color
#340 large oval
Wide, tapered bristles allow for quick and even coverage
#350 shadow blender
Firm oval shape helps to blend and apply Eye Color with control
Long, tapered bristles are porous yet soft to the touch and are ideal for blending Eye Colors
Dense, soft, short bristles are ideal for creating a smoky eye
#500 mini fan mascara
Small, fan-shaped bristles allow for coverage from the inner corner to the outer edge of the eye
#920 angle liner
Fine angle is ideal for applying cream products to hard-toreach areas
Tapered bristles are ideal for creating a precise lip line
#310s lip - portable
A travel-sized brush for lip line application on the go
#400 narrow flat
Straight, narrow edge is ideal for under the lash line, for maximum coverage
#410 wide flat
Straight, tight edge helps to create and blend lines with precision
Soft fan-shaped bristles are ideal for removing powder from under the eyes and other hard-to-reach areas
#700 cheek contour
Dense bristles are soft to the touch and angled for precise, controlled contouring
Dense, dome-shaped bristles are soft to the touch and ideal for gently gliding color onto the skin
Ultra-soft bristles remove and deposit powder products with ease
Squared, flexible bristles are versatile and easy to manipulate to achieve a variety of character looks
Tapered bristles are ideal for applying cream products to hard-to-reach areas or for creating a precise lip line
Ultra-fine bristles blend cream products smoothly and evenly around the face
& Shadow 101 Have you ever wondered why your make-up looks different than the images you see in magazines, on TV or in movies, and wondered why models and celebrities look so amazing? The secret is that make-up artists use highlights and shadows to completely transform a face and now you can incorporate highlights and shadows into your own make-up regimen. The beauty of using highlights and shadows is that you can utilize a little or a lot depending on if you are using these tips for everyday use or for a special occasion.
REMEMBER THAT HIGHLIGHTS BRING AREAS OF THE FACE FORWARD, WHILE SHADOWS PUSH THEM BACK
The art of highlighting and shading are techniques used in a make-up application to accentuate features and add depth. Used alone or together, they can help a face appear thinner, add lift to the eye area, create high cheekbones, and a defined the jawline, which will help the face look well balanced and youthful. Choosing a highlight or shadow product will create the most dramatic effect, however lighter and darker shades of foundation can be used for a much more subtle effect. By simply applying one shade darker foundation just beneath the cheekbones and blending it down to the jawline, you will create a slimming of the face. Using a highlight under the eyes or at the very corners of the mouth can brighten those areas and create a youthful appearance. If you use a cream foundation, use a cream highlight or shadow for maximum blend-ability. Set the cream products with a loose or pressed powder, then add a powder highlight and shadow to further enhance the cream
The most common mistake we see is when someone copies what someone else does. What works on your face will not work on your friend’s face. Every application is different depending on the correction needed and how the make-up is viewed. You have a lot of product options when it comes to highlighting and shading your face, you can choose cream products, liquid products and a variety of powder products from bronzers and cheek colors to eye shadows. The application is determined by the effect you’re trying to achieve and which product will work best. As an example, if you have dry skin stay clear of powder products because they will enhance the texture of the skin.
Quick Tips: When highlighting with a Cream or a HD Liquid Make-up, use Brush #330 or a sponge. A smaller brush (#300 or #930) can be used for a more precise application. When using a powder such as the Lemon Cream, DFL1 or DFL2, use Brush #340 or a sponge. **need image of #340 brush When shading with a Cream or a HD Liquid Make-up, use Brush #350 in smaller areas and Brush #340 or sponge for larger surface areas. When using a pressed powder, such as DFD1 or DFD2, use Brush #350 on smaller areas and Brush #510 or a sponge on larger areas.
Highlight & Shadow Palette
For this model we wanted to diminish the size of her forehead and help balance her face. Using a shading color at least a shade or two darker than the foundation. We applied shading near the hairline and just above her temple to give the forehead dimension.
To add dimension to the bridge of her nose and to correct the slight bend at the end of her nose we shaded from the eye socket down the sides of the nose. We also shaded the slight fold above her eyelid to create a beautiful crease. Do not go below the outer corners of the eyes.
To strengthen the cheekbone apply shading right below the cheekbone at a declined angle that follows the highlight. This shadow should be deepest in the hollow of the cheek. There should be a â€œblendingâ€? space in between your highlight and shadow on the cheekbone.
To finish creating a strong cheekbone we applied highlight to the top part of the cheekbone in a decline from the hairline to the apples of the cheeks. We also applied highlight to the outer corners of the mouth, below the lower lip, the top edge of the upper lip and the center of the chin for a bit of correction.
Finally, apply the highlight in the darkest part of any wrinkle to counteract the negative shadow, in this case we wanted to diminish her nasal labial folds.
Finish the look by blending the highlights and shadows with a sponge or a foundation brush to soften the edges and to create a gradient of color from light to dark. The highlights and shadows should be soft and subtle to the naked eye for day wear and more exaggerated for evening looks.
To create a defined jawline, apply the shading just below the edge of the jawbone and blend down towards the neck.
Adding highlight brings an area forward and is at least a shade or two lighter than the foundation. We applied highlight to the center of the forehead to help add dimension and we applied it to the center of her nose to help strengthen her bridge and to help correct the bend at the end of her nose.
To bring out the brow bone and help define the eyebrow, we added a highlight just below the brow and you will also notice that this highlight helps to lift the outer corner of the eye. To correct the natural appearing shadow under her eye we added highlight just to the shaded area to pull it forward.
foundation + corrections
foundation + corrections + highlights and shadows
HIGHLIGHT/ SHADOW PALETTE The Basics: Creamy Highlights & Shadows are perfect for contouring cheekbones or sculpting dimension into the face. Slim the face, minimize strong features and highlight cheeks or jaw with these versatile shades.
FOUNDATION PALETTE #1 The Basics: From a sheer, light tint to a flawless full-coverage finish, Make-up Designory’s series of cool-to-warm, light-to-medium shades of cream foundations are versatile and easy to apply. Formulated for ultra-smooth blending and application, coverage holds up beautifully under the most extreme conditions.
ORANGE LIGHT YELLOW LIGHT
FOUNDATION PALETTE #2 The Basics: From a sheer, light tint to a flawless full-coverage finish, Make-up Designory’s series of yellow-green, light-to-dark shades of cream foundations are versatile and easy to apply. Formulated for ultra-smooth blending and application, coverage holds up beautifully under the most extreme conditions.
CORRECTOR PALETTE The Basics: Creamy, pigment-rich correctors designed to conceal and camouflage skin imperfections. The ultimate coverup for scars, blemishes, birthmarks or dark under-eye circles. Use alone or blend with Make-up Designory’s Cream Foundations for a flawless, full-coverage make-up. Available in eight refillable colors.
BLUE CORRECTOR #1
BLUE CORRECTOR #2
BLUE CORRECTOR #3
BLUE CORRECTOR #4
RED CORRECTOR #1
RED CORRECTOR #2
RED CORRECTOR #3
DEEP BROWN CORRECTOR
The Basics: Professional quality eyelashes, in a variety styles from natural to high-fashion. Quick Study:
· Before applying lash strips, measure and trim any excess using MUD’s Manicure Scissors. · Apply a small amount of lash glue to base of strips or individual lashes. Allow 30-60 seconds of drying time for glue to become tacky. · Use MUD’s Orangewood Sticks to gently guide false eyelashes to base of lash line. · For a dramatic look, use MUD’s Cake Eyeliner over the lash line.
HD AIR The Basics: Developed for use with the airbrush or as a liquid make-up, this silicone-based formula creates a sheer, beautiful coverage with a dewy appearance. Works seamlessly with any MUD cosmetic product. Choose from 22 shades, many of which have been formulated to match certain MUD Cream Foundations, Cheek Colors, Highlights and Shadows. Also includes six colors for extra versatility when mixing and color-matching. Also available, the HD AIR Kit with all 22 shades included.
CHARACTER/FX WHEELS The Basics: The CFX/FX wheels are designed for creating a variety of injuries including cuts and bruises with a formula designed to hold up under today’s extreme production environments, these inovative color wheels will help you achieve a wide range of unique character looks.
CFX WHEEL #1 Black, White, Olive Green and Red. This combination of colors can be used for cuts, burns and aged injuries such as bruising.
CFX WHEEL #2 Fresh Bruise, Mustard, Blue and Maroon. Perfect for making fresh bruises and injuries.
AIRBRUSH KIT The Basics: The HD Air System components include the MAX-3 airbrush, AC-66H Air Compressor and the airbrush cleaning station. Kits are available with or without the compressor. Can also be combined with 22 HD Air shades, many of which have been formulated to exactly match certain MUD Cream Foundations, Cheek Colors, Highlights and Shadows. Also includes six colors for extra versatility when mixing and color-matching.
The first MUD Studio in
Make-up Designory (MUD) is on a winning streak in South Africa (SA) with six MUD Distributors and showrooms in major provinces in just 3 years. This attractive distribution model has made a positive impact in our beauty industry and MUD has partnered with top make-up artists, brands, national beauty pageants and professional outlets. The privilege to launch a MUD Studio was well celebrated on the 4th of June, where we saw celebrities and local press being introduced to the MUD Studio offering and international training curriculum. The team were honoured to have a whole week of insights and teachings from Paul Thompson leading up to the launch evening. Troy Watson provided us with visions and practices from around the world. We will most certainly keep the values of the MUD brand in high esteem in our market place and have already seen an exceptionally positive response in the last few months of trading.
Brenda Botha, owner of MUD South Africa and MUD Studio Sandton, offers endless support to all of the showrooms and national distributors. Brenda is a dedicated leader who gives all of her time and efforts to growing and upholding the values of MUD international. We thank you for your support and the privilege to conduct training under the international accredited courses, our first student is already reaping the rewards and will be prepared for her journey as a make-up artist. Watch this space for more exciting news from the rich diversity of South Africa!
Our team travelled to visit the MUD showroom in Nelspruit/Mpumalanga which is located just outside of the Kruger National Park. Home to the BIG Five - Lion, Elephant, Buffalo, Leopard, and White/Black Rhinoceros. We decided to showcase our beautiful surroundings and diverse faces for the rest of our international partners to view. A little walk on the wild side of "Die Bosveld" There are not many places in the world where you can so closely observe a pride of Lions, Giraffe or Rhinoceros. The simplicity of the photos are intended to emphasize this special place we are trying to preserve. LION TREE TOP LODGE IS A WILDLIFE AWARENESS CENTRE CONCENTRATING ON THE PLIGHT OF OUR WILDLIFE IN AFRICA AND OUR FAST DECLINING LION POPULATION. AT OUR FACILITY WE HAVE TWO WHITE LIONS WHICH WE USE TO ENLIGHTEN OUR GUESTS ABOUT THESE BEAUTIFUL ANIMALS AND THE BLEAK FUTURE THEY FACE. Visit our website www.liontreetoplodge.com The 11 Official South African Languages and cultures we celebrate still have traditional rituals and beliefs that influence communication, style and essentially the roles of women and men in society. We are moving towards a united melting pot of culture - Local is “Lekker”!
Meliá Vienna The Austrian premiere of the Spanish hotel group Meliá Hotels Internationalcouldn’t be more impressive: On the 26th of February 2014 they opened an astonishing design hotel in Vienna. On 18 of a total of 58 floors
The hotel also boasts approximately 1,079 m2 of flexible meeting space, offering natural daylight as well as state-ofthe-art technology. A ballroom and eight partially combinable meeting rooms create an ideal setting for all kinds of events.
the hotel offers 253 exclusive and with the most modern technologies equipped rooms, among them 25 suites and the 200m2 Presidential Suite with a 180-degree panoramic view. “We are happy to set new standards of international lifestyle with the Meliá Vienna and to offer our guests a breathtaking stay at our hotel”, says Dorothea Schuster, General Manager of the Meliá Vienna.
Meliá Vienna offers a stylish, design-led hotel. Behind the spectacular façade, the interior features make visual reference to the waterfall motif, with geometric shapes present in the bedheads, bathroom walls, and stone tiles. The stunning floating spiral staircase in the lobby connects three floors and is an absolute eye catcher.
A spectacular 360-degree view on the top of the building and culinary specialties are offered in the “57 Restaurant & Lounge”. The executive chef focuses on Mediterranean kitchen and traditional Austrian food with regional ingredients. The roof-top bar “57 Lounge” features a luxurious terrace overlooking the city of Vienna and the Danube river. Alternating DJ Events on the weekends attract locals as well as hotel guests and the bar menu offers a great variety of drinks and modern tapas.
The Graphic Beauty Eyes are bold this season. Geometric shapes in Onyx can be structured or abstract with an occasional pop of color. Finish with generous mascara and a nude lip. The smoky eye gets an update to become understated and chic. A mauve lip compliments the look for day or night.
57 F I F T Y- S E V E N
Eyes: Ice, Pavement & Taupe Eye Colors, Black Cake Eyeliner Shading: Cream Shading 2 Higlight: Cream Higlight Light, Ice & Cashmere Eye Colors Lips: Iced Latte Lip Gloss
Cheeks: Poppy Cheek Color, Cajun Spice & Pixie Eye Colors Lips: Mauve Lip Pencil, Sandy Beach, Flirt & Idol Lipsticks
Eyes: Moss, Taupe & Onyx Eye Colors, Black Cake Eyeliner Cheeks: Taupe Eye Color for shading cheeks, Rose Beige Cheek Color Lips: Maple Lip Pencil, Rose Clay Lipstick, Shine Lip Gloss
Make-up: Vanja Djuran @ MUD Europe and Sean Conklin @ MUD USA Hair: Vanja Djuran @ MUD Europe Creative Director: Maja Kešelj Photography: Peter Giodani Styling: Matic Veler Models: Helen Jin and Anja P. @ Immortal Model Management
Eyes: Honeysuckle, Daisy, Statue, Onyx Eye Color and Black Cake Eyeliner Higlight: Cream Yellow Light, Honeysuckle Eye Color Lips: Just Peachy Lipstick, Bare Lip Glaze
A special thanks to MUD Studio Vienna and to DC Tower 1 shooting location: DC Tower 1, Donau City Straße 7, Wien
Los Angeles, USA
New York, USA
Make-up Designory Los Angeles 129 S. San Fernando Blvd. Burbank, CA 91502 818-729-9420 email@example.com www.mud.edu
Make-up Designory New York 65 Broadway, 15th Floor New York, NY 10006 212-925-9250 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mud.edu
Eyes: Pavement, Onyx, Tinsel, Firebrick Eye Colors
MUD Studio Gent Nederkouter 124 9000 Gent +32 (0)9 279 53 59 email@example.com www.makeupdesignory.be
Kortrijk, Belgium MUD Studio Kortrijk Casinoplein 5 8500 Kortrijk +32 (0)56 31 31 06 firstname.lastname@example.org www.makeupdesignory.be
Ljubljana, Slovenia MUD Studio Slovenia Rimska cesta 13, 1000 Ljubljana Slovenia, Europe +386 1 6200 348 email@example.com www.mud.si
Antwerp, Belgium MUD Studio Antwerp Kammenstraat 62 2000 Antwerpen +32 (0)3 226 32 22 antwerpen@ makeupdesignory.be www.makeupdesignory.be
Milan, Italy MUD Studio Milano Via Casale 3/a 20144 Milano, Italy + 39 02 45 48 51 23 firstname.lastname@example.org www.muditaly.com
Cairo, Egypt MUD Studio Cairo 6A Lebanon street, Mohandsen, Giza, Egypt +201099999399 email@example.com
Cheeks: Taupe Eye Color for contouring Lips: Maple Lip Pencil, Cantaloupe Lip Glaze
Guatemala City, Guatemala MUD Studio Guatemala Avenida Las Americas 13-37, Zona 14 Guatemala City Guatemala 01014 +502 2484-7144 firstname.lastname@example.org
Cluj-Napoca, Romania MUD Studio Cluj-Napoca Piata 1 Mai, nr.1-2 400058 Cluj-Napoca 0264442110 / 0751324444 email@example.com www.mudstudio.ro
Manila, Philippines Coming soon
Johannesburg, Sandton, South Africa MUD Studio Sandton Shop 53, Morning Glen Mall Corner of Kelvin & Bowling Gallo Manor, Sandton Johannesburg, SA +2711 656 0120 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mudsa.co.za
Berlin, Germany MUD Studio Berlin Sredzkistr. 52 10405 Berlin, Germany email@example.com www.mud-studio.de
St. Petersburg, Russia Coming soon
Mexico City, Mexico
MUD Studio Lagos MUD Studio Mexico City 12B Fatai Idowu Arobieke Corregidores #1515, 4° Piso Off Admiralty Road Col. Lomas Virreyes, Lekki Phase 1 Lagos Delegación Miguel Hidalgo 234-70829-78030 México Distrito Federal, CP 11000 + 52 55 55 40 07 48 firstname.lastname@example.org@mudnigeria.com www.mudnigeria.com www.mudstudio.mx
Vienna, Austria MUD Studio Vienna Opernring 9 1010 Wien Austria
Reykjavík, Iceland Coming soon
Kharkiv, Ukraine MUD Studio Ukraine Art Arena Ltd. Ivanova str. 7/9 Kharkiv, 61003, Ukraine +38 (057) 755-1-777 email@example.com
MUD partner schools Avenue Five
Career Academy of Beauty
The Salon Professional Academy - Onalaska, WI
Bella Torre Academy
Eric Fisher Academy
Tennessee School of Beauty
Bellus Academy National City, California
Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy
Bellus Academy El Cajon, California
Metro Beauty Academy
COMING SOON PARTNER SCHOOLS:
Bellus Academy Poway, California
Montana Academy of Salons
Aesthetics Science Institute
Bellus Academy Manhattan, Kansas
New York Institute of Beauty
Hair & Beauty Academy Dubai, UAE
Blake Austin College
Simi Valley Adult School of Cosmetology
The Salon Professional Academy - Buffalo, NY
The Salon Professional Academy - Winnepeg, Canada
Callas Beauty Institute
The Salon Professional Academy - Colorado Spring, CO
Hair Arts Academy
MUD contact USA Make-up Designory USA 129 S. San Fernando Blvd. Burbank, CA 91502 818-729-9420 www.facebook.com/makeupdesignory www.facebook.com/mudschools www.mudshop.com www.mud.edu
Europe Make-up Designory Europe Rimska cesta 13 1000 Ljubljana Slovenia, Europe +386 1 6200 348 firstname.lastname@example.org www.facebook.com/mud.eu www.mudeurope.com shop.mudeurope.com
News & Events
Film Fest Gent
Film Fest Gent was established as a student’s film festival and is nowadays one of Europe’s most prominent film events. Even The Wall Street Journal called the festival one of the five European Film Festivals with character!
After months of construction and hard work, the city of Vienna finally gets its long awaited MUD Studio! With a new and improved design, the shop and classrooms are perfectly situated opposite the famous Opera House. Doors will open in September, accompanied by a grand opening party, which will include neighbors, family and friends, as well as local VIP's and Bloggers from the beauty scene. The upcoming Vienna Fashion Week, Viennese Opernball, and the Life Ball 2016 will showcase the work of MUD Studio Vienna's first students. This year Film Fest Gent is celebrating it’s 42nd edition from October 13 until 24. During these 12 days you can experience the festival on the red carpet and enjoy the unique atmosphere. Make-up Designory (MUD) is cosmetics partner of the festival and will be responsible for the make-up of all VIP guests. They will also add a touch of glam to the hostesses during the opening night. In addition to the more than 100 feature films on the festival program, also two concerts are scheduled: on October 22nd the ‘Great Bristish Film Music Concert’ and on October 24st the ‘World Soundtrack Awards Ceremony & Concert’. The central guest at this prestigious event this year is Alan Silvestri, known for his scores from ‘Back to the Future’ and ‘Forrest Gump’. See you at the red carpet of Film Fest Gent! Info & tickets: www.filmfestival.be/en #FFGent #WSAwards
Partner School Competition Students and graduates of MUD Partner Schools competed to join Kelly Budd at the New York campus for a high fashion photo shoot. The four winners were selected based upon the submission of an essay and their presentation of an inspiring fashion look. Each contestant successfully demonstrated competencies taught within the MUD Beauty Essentials course including base matching, highlight and shadow blending techniques, balanced and well defined eyebrows, lash application and a defined lip application. Congratulations to the winners: Angelica De La Vega (Penrose Academy), Ashley McLaurin (Metro Beauty Academy), Fivi Berindei
(Career Academy of Beauty) and Laura Sahiluoto (New York Institute of Beauty) as well as the Runner Ups: Amanda Ashley (Career Academy of Beauty), Alexandra van Bebber (Penrose Academy), Anna Taylor (Bellus Academy) and Scarlette McLain (Eric Fisher Academy).
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Published on Nov 11, 2015
Vanja Djuran - MUD Instructional Specialist Interview with Joel Harlow World s Make-up School ELEVATE MUD Fall / Winter Look 2015 Step by St...