freakmosfx:

I made a mutilated hand (makeup) using nose and scar wax :D

Amazing 19 year old Japanese Body Painter Zhao Ye aka Chooo San

We think her painting skills are amazing! What do you think?

Amazing behind the scenes shots from Thor: The Dark world. 

The practical makeup effects on Prometheus were simply astounding! 

Conor O’Sullivanprosthetic supervisor

For the full cast and crew info, click here 

bloody-dragon:

IF YOU’RE BROKE AS ME BUT STILL WANT TO GROSS PEOPLE OUT ON HALLOWEEN, HERE YA GO.


YOU NEED:

-WATER
-FLOUR
-TOILET PAPER
-SOME DARK EYESHADOW(black, greens and browns)
-SOME RED MAKEUP(lipstick, eyeshadow or whatever)
-FAKE BLOOD
-2 HARD BIG BRUSH, 1 SMALL BRUSH, A MEDIUM SPONDGE(can be found at any hobby store. Take the cheapest you can find).

optional: powder brush and blue food dye.

Be super creative and make really gross wounds. To make it look deeper, just build up layers.
Rice and spaggeti can be used as worms and maggots.

YOU’RE WELCOME.

Blitz means camera flash.

makeupftw:

I was the tooth fairy for Halloween.

We Love this!

makeupftw:

I was the tooth fairy for Halloween.

We Love this!

nomsky:

 

Behind the Scenes of Fight Club: The Narrator Shoots Himself in the Mouth

(via pickleboi32)

Makeup Artists Bill Corso and Mike Marino did an amazing old age makeup on Heidi Klum for her annual Halloween bash!

See more of the amazing photos here!

1984. There was no award given in 1983 (the 56th academy award) for best Makeup, so we proceed to 1984 (57th academy award) Where the award is given to Paul Leblanc and Dick Smith for there amazing work on Amadeus

The old age transformation on F. Murray Abraham  as Antonio Salieri in Amadeus is still considered the best age progression makeup of all time. 

"The most remarkable achievement in this field is the make-up and clothing that transformed the forty-year-old Salieri into a doddery, wrinkled, toothless old man. F. Murray Abraham’s excellent acting completes the illusion: his gaping mouth and wrinkled brow, along with the yellow skin and white strands of greasy hair, make him appear like a living mummy. Similarly, Mozart’s make-up throughout the film transfigures him from a radiant, rosy-cheeked youth into a pale and ill drunkard. This change applies also to his overall appearance.”