In celebration of the 2019 Make Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards and the professional makeup artist industry of Los Angeles, pro-favorite brand Skindinavia, once again kicked off a weekend of celebration with their Skindinavia Celebrates Pro LA! event on the eve of the MUAHS. The brand has been a strong supporter of the professional makeup artist industry since founder Allen Goldman launched the brand in 2005. From every area of the industry, the brand’s iconic The Makeup Finishing Spray keeps clients looks in place for up to 16 hours in the most diverse of conditions. Attendees of this year’s event were also treated to a pro-only pre-production sample of Skindinavia’s newest product launch – The Makeup Remover Spray, which will launch later this year.
“We are so excited to continue to support this incredible community of artisans and makeup artistry icons and to celebrate the amazing range of projects included this year at the Make Up Artists & Hair Stylists Guild Awards” said Allen Goldman, Founder of Skindinavia. “The work that these pros do is mind-blowing and they are an inspiration for all we do, and for each product we create at Skindinavia”.
street-scape of Hollywood Blvd as a backdrop. The room was packed with the who’s who of flim, television theater and commercial makeup artistry, joined by newly elected Local 706 President, Julie Socash and Business Manager Randy Sayer for a power-packed kick off to the weekend.
MUAHS Lifetime Achievement honoree Sue Cabral-Ebert was among the revelers, who included nominees and industry luminaries who went on the following night to take home the MUAHS honors! Among the 2019 MUAHS winners in the house were Trefor Proud for Cocaine Godmother, Julie McHaffie, Diane Holme and Rita Ciccozzi for A Series of Unfortunate Events, Christina Waltz, Jason Collins and Kerry Herta for AHS Apocolypse Promo, Tyson Fontaine for The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Rocky Horror and Marc Pilcher for hairstyling for Mary Queen of Scots. Nominees attending the event included Amy Mills, Marianna Elia and Koji Ohmura for Justin Timberlake “Supplies”, Ana Lozano for The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story, April Chaney for A Legendary Christmas, Brandi Strona for Candide and Annie, Burton LeBlanc for The Handmaid’s Tale, Camille Friend hairstyling for Black Panther, Cassie Russek and Stephanie Fenner for Love Actually Live and Annie, Claire Pompili and Sarah Kelly for Mary Queen of Scots, Danielle Spencer for The Bold and The Beautiful, Darren Jinks for Candide, Davina Lamont and Natasha Lees for Genius: Picasso, Derrick Rutledge for Oprah Winfrey Presents: Becoming Michelle Obama, Elisa Marsh and Rachel Hoke, for Westworld, Jason Hamer for The Royal Wedding Live with Cord and Tish!, Jessica Mills for A Trip to the Moon, Kirstin Chalmers for Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams: Crazy Diamond, Sharon Toohey and Madison Farwell for To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, Mark Villalobos for Wonderful Pistachios, Patrice Madrigal for Aladdin, Rosalina De Silva for Welcome to Marwen, and Vanessa Dionne for Annie and A Trip To The Moon.
Photos: Brandon Showers