February 2016

13 February
information: Jussi Award nominees.

11 February
hairless & hairless makeups – chemotherapy: Julianne Moore (Freeheld).

07 February
information: Goya Awards.

06 February
character makeups – multiplicity: Marie-Josée Croze (Un balcon sur la mer); Hadewych Minis (Zwart water).

03 February
gender-bending makeups – male characters: Cate Blanchett (Manifesto).

01 February
character makeups – chameleons: Cate Blanchett (various movies).
information: Gaudi Awards

January 2016

old-age makeups
movies & TV shows of the 2010s: Kate Winslet (Labor Day)
movies & TV shows of the 1970s: Cristina Raines (The Sentinel)
movies of the 1930s: Flora Robson (Invisible Stripes).

character makeups
fat faces & fat-suits: Alyson Hannigan (Date Movie).

look-alike makeups
novelists & other writers: Anne Alvaro (Sartre, l’âge des passions); Anna Mouglalis (Les Amants du Flore).

various makeups
dental prosthetics: Hilary Swank (11:14); Taryn Manning (A Lot Like Love); Famke Janssen (Love & Sex).
fake piercings: Abbey Hoes (Nina Santana).

information
updated: Český Lev / Lion Awards nominees; Österreichischer Filmpreis; Canadian Screen Award nominees; Guldbaggen winners; Robert Prisen nominations; FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards Nominees; Oscar nominees; BAFTA Film Awards nominees; Gaudi Awards nominees; wants list; minor design tweaks & housekeeping.

December 2015

character makeups
hard lives: Marisa Tomei (Danika)
multiplicity: Halle Berry & Susan Sarandon (Cloud Atlas)
plain Janes & ugly girls: Kristen Bell (You Again); Sandra Bullock (Love Potion No. 9).

fantasy makeups
mutants & mutated characters: Kaitlyn Leeb (Total Recall); Monica Steuer, Lycia Naff & Sasha Rionda (Total Recall).

gender-bending makeups
male characters: Halle Berry, Susan Sarandon & Xun Zhou (Cloud Atlas).

hairless characters
nuns & priestesses: Antara Mali (And Once Again).

horror makeups
zombies, ghosts & mummies: Emily Bevan (In the Flesh).

information
updated: Österreichischer Filmpreis nominees; Oscars shortlist; APDG Awards; Goya Awards nominees; RTS Craft & Design Awards

November 2015

old-age makeups
recent movies & TV shows: Jennifer Connelly (Aloft).

disfiguring makeups
facial disfigurements: Cynthia Nixon (ER ‘Alone in a Crowd’).

gender-bending makeups
transsexual & transgender characters: Natasha Alam (Entourage ‘Sorry, Harvey’).

hairless & hairless makeups
characters ‘willingly’ shaved on-screen: Cate Blanchett (Heaven).

period makeups
the eighteenth century: Micky Sébastian (Nouvelle-France); Joan Collins (The Clandestine Marriage); Doris Kenyon (Voltaire).
the seventeenth century: Claire Danes, Alice Eve & Fenella Woolgar (Stage Beauty); Zoë Tapper (Stage Beauty); Helen Mirren (The Changeling)

informations
updated : RTS Craft & Design Awards nominations.

October 2015

old-age makeups
recent movies & TV: Melanie Merkosky (Le règne de la beauté).
movies & TV shows of the 2000s: Demi Moore (Flawless); Giovanna Mezzogiorno (Love in the Time of Cholera); Kate Winslet, Lena Olin & Susanne Lothar (The Reader).
science-fiction & fantasy: Kate Beckinsale & Julie Kavner (Click).

character makeups
fat faces & fat-suits: Gillian Vigman (Suburgatory).
hard lifes: Lesley Ann Warren (Life Stinks).
multiplicity: Sophia Loren (Ieri, oggi, domani).
plain Janes & ugly girls: Cameron Diaz (Being John Malkovich).

disfiguring makeups
facial scarring: Eva Green (The Salvation).

disguise makeups
male disguises: Joyce Hyser (Just One of the Guys).
wigs & makeup: Carla Gugino & Jayne Heitmeyer (Snake Eyes).

fantasy makeups
Star Trek: Courtney Peldon (Star Trek: Renegades).

horror makeups
demons & succubi: Gina Varela plus lifecasting  & makeup application (The Devil’s Rock).
the possessed: Izabella Scorupco (Exorcist: The Beginning).
witches & evil stepmothers: Tracey Ullman (Robin Hood: Men in Tights).

racechanging makeups
indigenous Americans: Karin Dor (Winnetou: The Red Gentleman); Marie Versini (Winnetou); Carol Thurston (Conquest of Cochise); Rita Gam & Mae Clarke (Mohawk).

information
updated: XVII Premios Iris (Spain); 40th Gdynia Film Festival Prizewinners; Český Lev / Lion Awards.
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September 2015

character makeups
fat faces & fat-suits: Sharon Stone (Alpha Dog).

fantasy makeups
apes & ape-women: Lisa Marie (Planet of the Apes).

look-alike makeups
UK royals: Emily Watson (A Royal Night Out).

hairless characters
military haircuts: Olga Bołądź (Służby specjalne).

racechanging makeups
Asian characters: Susan Hayward (The Conqueror)
Indian characters: Jean Simmons (Black Narcissus).

various makeups
dental prosthetics: Kristen Schaal (Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant)
hairy women & bearded ladies: Rebecca Romijn (Dirty Work).

information
updated: BAFTA Cymru Awards; Premi David di Donatello; the Creative Arts Emmy Awards.

July 2015

old-age makeup
movies & TV shows of the 2000s: Laura Linney (Kinsey).
movies of the 1940s: Greer Garson (Mrs. Parkington).
science-fiction & fantasy: Torri Higginson (Stargate: Atlantis ‘Before I Sleep’).

character makeups
multiplicity: Frances O’Connor (Bedazzled); Patricia Arquette (Lost Highway).
plain Janes & ugly girls: Caroline Dhavernas (La Belle Bête); Heather Kafka (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre).

fantasy makeups
cat-people & other cats: Rose McGowan (Monkeybone).
the Stargate universe: Jewel Staite (Stargate: Atlantis ‘Instinct’).

period makeups
Ancient Egypt: Zita Johann (The Mummy); Patricia Velazquez & Rachel Weisz (The Mummy Returns & The Mummy).
Ancient Rome: Helen Mirren (Caligula).
sixteenth-century Britain: Vanessa Redgrave & Joely Richardson (Anonymous).

various other makeups
body painted: Patricia Velazquez (The Mummy Returns & The Mummy).

June 2015

old-age makeups
movies & TV shows of the 2000s: Laura Linney (Kinsey).

character makeups
multiplicity: Frances O’Connor (Bedazzled); Patricia Arquette (Lost Highway).
plain Janes & ugly girls: Caroline Dhavernas (La Belle Bête).

disfiguring makeups
blind eyes: Kristen Wiig (Paul).

hairless & hairless makeups
shaved characters: Noémie Lenoir (Rush Hour 3).

look-alike makeups
Eva Braun: Katja Riemann (Mein Führer: Die wirklich wahrste Wahrheit ber Adolf Hitler); Juliane Köhler (Der Untergang); Susan Blakely (The Bunker); Doris Kunstmann (Hitler: The Last Ten Days).

period makeups
Ancient Egypt: Monica Bellucci (Astérix & Obélix Mission Cléopâtre).
the nineteenth century: Mia Wasikowska (Madame Bovary); Jeanne Balibar (Ne touchez pas la hache); Isabelle Huppert (Madame Bovary); Jennifer Jones (Madame Bovary); Valentine Tessier (Madame Bovary).

various other makeups
body painted: Maud Adams (Tattoo).
fake tattoos: Jessica Chastain (Mama); Lun Mei Gwei (The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate); Cobie Smulders (How I Met Your Mother ‘Good Crazy’); Maud Adams (Tattoo).

information
updated: 41st Saturn Awards; Ariel Awards (Mexico).

May 2015

gender-bending makeups
male characters: Blanca Portillo (Alatriste).

horror makeups
witches & evil stepmothers: Meryl Streep (Into the Woods).
zombies, ghosts & mummies: Amber Heard (Zombieland).

racechanging makeups
indigenous Americans: Marisa Pavan (Drum Beat).

April 2015

old-age makeups
recent movies & TV shows: Catherine Deneuve & Judith Chemla in (L’homme qu’on aimait trop).

character makeups
fat faces & fat-suits: Eun-hye Yun (Chronicle of a Blood Merchant).

disfiguring makeups
burn scars: Elisabeth Moss (Girl, Interrupted).

fantasy makeups
the Star Trek universe: Chase Masterson (Star Trek: Of Gods and Men).

horror makeups
witches & evil stepmothers: Barbara Steele (The Curse of the Crimson Altar).

look-alike makeups
Queen Victoria: Judi Dench (Mrs Brown).

various other makeups
exotic breasts: Jennifer Tung (Kung Pow: Enter the Fist).
music videos: Katy Perry (The One That Got Away).

information
updated: BAFTA Television Craft Awards; Premios Iris nominations; Hong Kong Film Awards; Ariel Awards nominees.

March 2015

old-age makeup
science-fiction & fantasy: Roma Downey (Touched by an Angel ‘Missing in Action’).

character makeups
comedy sketch shows & impressions: Rosie Cavaliero & Lucy Montgomery (Bellamy’s People); Catherine Tate (The Catherine Tate Show Derek Faye).

disfiguring makeups
facial scarring: Emma Amos (Secrets & Lies).
fake mastectomies: Kim Basinger (The Burning Plain); Marie Zielcke (Noch einmal lieben).

disguise makeups
male disguises: Alia Shawkat (Arrested Development ‘Indian Takers’).
prosthetic makeup disguises: Bérénice Bejo (Le dernier diamant).

fantasy makeups
the Star Trek universe: Fiona Vroom (Star Trek Continues).
the Doctor Who universe: Keeley Hawes (Doctor Who ‘Time Heist’).
elves, fairies & nymphs: Anna Walton (Hellboy II: The Golden Army).

gender-bending makeups
male characters: Miriam Shor (Hedwig and the Angry Inch).

hairless characters
skinheads & punks: Faye Marsay (Pride).

look-alike makeups
Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother: Helena Bonham Carter (The King’s Speech).

period makeups
eighteenth-century Russia: Catherine Deneuve (O Theos agapaei to haviari); Viveca Lindfors (La tempesta); Elisabeth Bergner (The Rise of Catherine the Great).

racechanging makeups
Asian characters: Margo Albert (Behind the Rising Sun).

information
updated: BAFTA Television Craft Awards nominees; Saturn Award nominations; Canadian Screen Awards; wants list.

February 2015

racechanging makeups
black characters: Isabella Marques (Zorra Total).
blackface & yellowface: Majorie Reynolds (Holiday Inn).

horror makeups
zombies, ghosts & mummies: Vivien Taylor (Outpost: Black Sun).

information
updated: The Oscars; Make-Up and Hair Stylist Guild Awards; Robert Prisen; Critics Choice Movie Awards; Český Lev / Czech Lion Awards; Premios Goya / Goya Awards; Premis Gaudí / Gaudi Awards; Oscar nominations; Canadian Screen Awards nominees; Österreichischer Filmpreis; Premio Sur; EE British Academy Film Awards; Fangoria Chainsaw Awards nominations.
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