Stage Makeup

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Prentice Hall, 1989 - Theatrical makeup - 411 pages
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Hundreds of illustrations including color charts and plates of period hairstyles supplement information on designing and applying theatrical makeup, stippling, and quick changes.

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User Review  - Jim Valone - Goodreads

Whether you are a practiced, experienced actor or just beginning, this is an excellent and tried and true mainstay. It is practical and easy to follow and full of wonderful ideas which can be used as ... Read full review

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User Review  - Carly - Goodreads

THE BIBLE OF STAGE MAKEUP. Of all the stage make up artistry books and "how-tos" I have read, this book is by far the best. Richard Corson does a fantastic job demonstrating different makeup trends ... Read full review

Contents

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Parti BASIC PRINCIPLES
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COLOR IN PIGMENT
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Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Richard Corson, who died in 1999, taught theatrical makeup at colleges across the U.S. and was the author of the standard book on the subject, Stage Makeup, as well as Fashions in Hair and Fashions in Eyeglasses.

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