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The Make-up Show is Coming to a Town Near You

by David Maderich | June 5, 2012

The Makeup Show travels to various cities worldwide – the next show will hit Chicago June 17th and 18th

Highlights of the event include the latest products by over 50 professional vendors including Senna Cosmetics, Make Up For Ever, Cinema Secrets, NARS and Frends Beauty Supply. Also, top artists and educators will be speaking and teaching and sharing their knowledge in classes as well as all-day workshops.  Class topics include bridal makeup, putting together the best kit, airbrush techniques, HD makeup, highlighting and sculpting and body make-up. 

My personal favorite at the Makeup Show is the keynote speakers – the upcoming Chicago show include legends Billy B., James Vincent and Eugenia Weston - talking about their life in the world of powder and paint.

Take a gander at some of the photos from the New York show – photos by Nadav Vee Havakook.

FFY www.themakeupshow.com

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