Drag Makeup Workshop Tonight at Machine Gallery

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Mon, Nov 30, 2009 at 6:41 AM

Learn how to do makeup like a drag queen at Machine Gallery tonight at 7 p.m.:

In conjunction with Ultra Fabulous Beyond Drag at the Downtown Independent Theatre, we are having a makeup workshop, featuring Fade-Dra and Squeaky Blonde, who will teach the assembled how to apply tranimal drag make-up. $8 material fee, payable at the door. Costumer Scott Cronick will also be in attendance, teaching quick costume tricks and a tucking workshop, with before and after portraits by Austin Young.

Here's some info on Ultra Fabulous, Beyond Drag.

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Fade-Dra's makeup is pretty nifty (see photo below, by Austin Young). Quite natural. Personally, I can't wait to see Machine Project founder Mark Allen in tranimal drag makeup.

click to enlarge PHOTO BY AUSTIN YOUNG
  • Photo by Austin Young

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