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Ice Queen

Ice Queen Makeup

Creating a Frosty Ice Queen is easy with just a few additions to your standard stage makeup look. Frosty Hair- Apply hair gel to hair and while still wet sprinkle baby powder making it...

go go girl makeup

1960’s Go Go Dancer Makeup Look

The sixties Go Go Dancer was also a Super Fly, Groovy and Mod Makeup look. 1960’s thin brows, heavy lined eyes with thick black lashes and white lips set the trend. These easy to...

Stage Makeup For Men

Step By Step Stage Makeup for Men

In the world of dance most male dancers rely on at least a little make-up to enhance and define their features. Consider this helpful tip checklist to keep male performers looking their best.  Click...

Dance Bag Essentials

Dance Bag Essentials

Dance Bag essentials that keep looks up and stress down! Even with plenty of practice and an on time arrival back stage, disasters can strike! Be prepared with this handy Check List Of Dance...

Deep Skone Tone

Stage Makeup For Dark Skin Tones

Make-up shades when used on a deeper skin tone requires stronger pigment colors. Deeper skin tones usually fall in the groups of Hispanic, Polynesian, Indian, and African, Arabic, etc. Application remains the same but...

Dance Competition Tips

Dance Competition Makeup Tips

JUDGES KNOW MORE ABOUT MAKEUP THAN YOU THINK Writing for Dance Magazines and touring with Dance Conventions has put me in the front lines with Dance Competition Judges. Many judges sit in the front...

Flapper Girl Makeup

1920’s Flapper Stage Makeup

1920’s Stage Makeup Look Words like The Charlston, Flapper Girl were related to dance but the 1920’s Flapper was more than a dance or a look it was an attitude. The original face of...