The Cast of OITNB | Fashions!

Written by NZINGHA for TheGlamSquadFiles


So, as I’ve recoup erased from Monday’s VH! Hip Hop Honors and hearing the announcement of the 68th Emmy Awards Nominees for Makeup…I was thinking about fashion again (as ALWAYS really). I remember meeting Dasha Polanko at the VH1 Hip Hop Honors backstage and just having a good chat with her just before she was about to go on stage as a presenter. I thought…WOW! She’s really tall and simply beautiful in person…with pretty smooth skin.

As we talked I found I really liked her and her realness and genuine smile was refreshing. Not to mention how well she is representing curvy women everywhere!! It’s so encouraging to see real women on film in this era. They’re looking amazing and following their passions in entertainment and paving a new path for others to walk in. 

I said you know what I need to do some homework on her fashion style! She was beautifully dressed in a beige/apricot colored lace jumpsuit with a matching long topcoat. She looked stunning! I thought you know what the ladies on her show never get to look stunning on the show but outside of the show during award season and during fashion week and in magazine spreads they look amazing! 

68th EMMY AWARDS Nominations for Makeup & Hair

Written by NZINGHA for TheGlamSquadFiles

It’s awards season for prime time TV and the nominees have officially been announced!!

I’m so excited for all my fellow Makeup & Hair colleagues. CONGRATULATIONS!!! To all who worked so hard to put on a great show and display excellent Artistry again CONGRATULATIONS!!!

So, here’s the list of the official nominees…

Outstanding Makeup For A Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic)

Game Of Thrones • Battle Of The Bastards • HBO • HBO Entertainment in association with Bighead, Littlehead; 360 Television and Startling Television
Jane Walker, Department Head Makeup Artist Kate Thompson, Makeup Artist

Nicola Mathews, Makeup Artist

Kay Bilk, Makeup Artist

Marianna Kyriacou, Makeup Artist Pamela Smyth, Makeup Artist

The Knick • Whiplash • Cinemax • Cinemax Entertainment in association with Ambeg Screen Products, Anonymous Content and Extension 765

Nicki Ledermann, Department Head Makeup Artist Stephanie Pasicov, Key Makeup Artist
Sunday Englis, Key Makeup Artist

Tania Ribalow, Makeup Artist

Rachel Geary, Makeup Artist
LuAnn Claps, Personal Makeup Artist 
Penny Dreadful • Glorious Horrors • Showtime • SHOWTIME Presents in association with SKY

Enzo Mastrantonio, Department Head Makeup Artist Clare Lambe, Key Makeup Artist
Caterina Sisto, Makeup Artist

Lorraine McCrann, Makeup Artist

Morna Ferguson, Personal Makeup Artist

Vikings • Yol • HISTORY • An Octagon and Take 5 production in association with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer for History

Tom McInerney, Department Head Makeup Artist Katie Derwin, Key Makeup Artist
Ciara Scannel, Makeup Artist
Vinyl • Pilot • HBO • HBO Entertainment in association with Paramount Pictures, Jagged Films, Sikelia Productions and Cold Front Productions

Nicki Ledermann, Department Head Makeup Artist Tania Ribalow, Key Makeup Artist
Sunday Englis, Key Makeup Artist

Rachel Geary, Makeup Artist

Michael Laudati, Makeup Artist Cassandra Saulter, Makeup Artist
Outstanding Makeup For A Multi-Camera Series Or Special (Non-Prosthetic)
Dancing With The Stars • Halloween Night • ABC • BBC Worldwide Productions

Zena Shteysel, Department Head Makeup Artist Angela Moos, Key Makeup Artist

Patti Ramsey Bortoli, Additional Makeup Artist Sarah Woolf, Additional Makeup Artist

Julie Socash, Additional Makeup Artist Alison Gladieux, Additional Makeup Artist

Grease: Live • FOX • Paramount Television

Zena Shteysel, Department Head Makeup Artist Angela Moos, Key Makeup Artist
Julie Socash, Additional Makeup Artist

Alison Gladieux, Additional Makeup Artist
Key & Peele • Y’all Ready For This? • Comedy Central • Cindylou, Monkeypaw Productions, Martel & Roberts Productions, Principato-Young Entertainment, Central Productions

Scott Wheeler, Department Head Makeup Artist 

Suzy Diaz, Key Makeup Artist
Jason Hamer, Key Makeup Artist

Natalie Thimm, Key Makeup Artist

Michael Blake, Key Makeup Artist

Saturday Night Live • Host: Ryan Gosling • NBC • SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video
Louie Zakarian, Department Head Makeup Artist 

Amy Tagliamonti, Key Makeup Artist

Jason Milani, Key Makeup Artist

Daniela Zivkovic, Makeup Artist

Melanie Demitri, Makeup Artist 

Margie Durand, Makeup Artist 

The Wiz Live! • NBC • Universal Television, Sony Pictures Television, Storyline Entertainment

Cookie Jordan, Co-Department Head Makeup Artist 

Matiki Anoff, Co-Department Head 

Makeup Artist Debi Young, Makeup Artist
Stephanie McGee, Makeup Artist

Bjorn Rehbein, Makeup Artist 

Christine Domaniecki, Makeup Artist 

Outstanding Makeup For A Limited Series Or Movie (Non-Prosthetic)
All The Way • HBO • HBO Films in association with Amblin Television, Tale Told Productions, Moonshot Entertainment and Everyman Pictures
Bill Corso, Department Head Makeup Artist

Francisco X. Perez, Co-Department Head Makeup Artist 

Sabrina Wilson, Key Makeup Artist
American Horror Story: Hotel • FX Networks • 20th Century Fox Television, FX Productions

Eryn Krueger Mekash, Department Head Makeup Artist 

Kim Ayers, Assistant Department Head Makeup Artist 

Michael Mekash, Assistant Department Head Makeup Artist 

Silvina Knight, Makeup Artist
James MacKinnon, Makeup Artist 

Sarah Tanno, Makeup Artist

Fargo • FX Networks • MGM Television, FX Productions

Gail Kennedy, Department Head Makeup Artist
Joanne Preece, Assistant Department Head Makeup Artist 

Gunther Schetterer, Key Makeup Artist

Danielle Hanson, Key Makeup Artist
The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story • FX Networks • Fox 21 Television Studios, FX Productions

Eryn Krueger Mekash, Department Head Makeup Artist 

Zoe Hay, Department Head Makeup Artist
Heather Plott, Assistant Department Head Makeup Artist 

Deborah Huss Humphries, Makeup Artist

Luis Garcia, Makeup Artist 

Becky Cotton, Makeup Artist 

Roots • Night One • HISTORY • An A+E Studios Production in association with Marc Toberoff Productions and The Wolper Organization

Aimee Stuit, Department Head Makeup Artist 

Christa Schoeman, Department Head Makeup Artist 

Niqui da Silva, Key Makeup Artist
Paige Reeves, Key Makeup Artist

Marike Liebetrau, Makeup Artist 
Outstanding Prosthetic Makeup For A Series, Limited Series, Movie Or Special
All The Way • HBO • HBO Films in association with Amblin Television, Tale Told Productions, Moonshot Entertainment and Everyman Pictures

Bill Corso, Special Makeup Effects Department Head 

Francisco X. Perez, Co-Department Head Makeup Artist 

Sabrina Wilson, Key Makeup Artist
Andrew Clement, Prosthetic Designer
American Horror Story: Hotel • FX Networks • 20th Century Fox Television, FX Productions

Eryn Krueger Mekash, Department Head Makeup Artist 

Mike Mekash, Assistant Department Head Makeup Artist 

Bradley A. Palmer, Special Makeup Effects Artist
Bart Mixon, Special Makeup Effects Artist

James MacKinnon, Makeup Artist
Kevin Kirkpatrick, Makeup Artist

David Leroy Anderson, Prosthetic Designer 

Glen Eisner, Prosthetic Designer
Game Of Thrones • The Door • HBO • HBO Entertainment in association with Bighead, Littlehead; 360 Television and Startling Television

Jane Walker, Department Head Makeup Artist

Sarah Gower, Special Makeup Effects Assistant Department Head 

Emma Sheffield, Key Special Makeup Effects Artist

Tristan Versluis, Key Special Makeup Effects Artist

Barrie Gower, Prosthetic Designer
Penny Dreadful • And Hell Itself My Only Foe • Showtime • SHOWTIME Presents in association with SKY

Nick Dudman, Special Makeup Effects Department Head 

Sarita Allison, Key Special Makeup Effects Artist
Barney Nikolic, Special Makeup Effects Artist

Paul Spateri, Special Makeup Effects Artist

Dennis Penkov, Prosthetic Designer 

The Walking Dead • No Way Out • AMC • AMC Studios / Stalwart Films, LLC / Skybound / Circle of Confusion / Valhalla Entertainment

Greg Nicotero, Special Makeup Effects Department Head 

Jake Garber, Key Special Makeup Effects Artist
Gino Crognale, Special Makeup Effects Artist

Kevin Wasner, Special Makeup Effects Artist

Garrett Immel, Makeup Effects Artist Kerrin Jackson, Makeup Effects Artist Carey Jones, Prosthetic Designer 


Here’s the 68th Emmys Full List of Nominations from The Hollywood Reporter

Here’s the 68th Emmys Full List of Nominatons from Variety Magazine 

POWER season 3

Written by NZINGHA for TheGlamSquadFiles


Are you ready for one of the hottest TV series on air?!?! Can’t wait to see it??? Well POWER is bringing it to you live and direct for another amazing and intriguing season, season 3 of POWER on the Starz Network.


I’m sure you’re going to be on the edge of your seat once again this season. You have seen the show right? YOU HAVENT SEEN THE SHOW???? WHY???? Who does that????

Okay, if you’ve not seen the show I’m going to challenge you to binge watch for the next 3 days before season 3 airs this Sunday July 17th! Trust me you’ll be hooked!

Here’s the trailer for the show just in case you’ve not seen it…

I can’t tell you how I’m almost in tears writing this post right now. This is how excited I am about the show and the incredible cast and crew of this show! It’s always an honor for me to be asked to work on the show ! It’s now two seasons for me and everyday is truly a joy.

This is the best crew I think I’ve ever worked with such synchronicity and flow. The level of Artistry that is behind the scenes is indescribable! The Glam Squad on the show is impeccable in Artistry!

Just recently the shows Makeup Department Head Anita Gibson won The NYWIFT 2016 Design Award for Makeup! Bravo!! CONGRATULATIONS!! Well done!! 

I hope to interview Ms. Gibson in the near future for you vizionaires, Pro MUA’s and supporters of TheGlamSquadFiles Blog. Pro Makeup Artists supporting other Pro MUA’s and future MUA’s is what we do here.

You may have seen the ceremony review on one of my previous posts here on TheGlamSquadFiles. Designing Women Event | NYWIFT | The Glam Squad Files…

https://theglamsquadfiles.com/2016/06/14/designing-women-event-nywift/

Here is Lead Actress Lena Loren and the POWER Glam Squad ..Makeup Department Head Anita Gibson (in the blue dress), Makeup Department Key Daniel Green and Additional Makeup Artists Tobe West, Pat Theius Moore and NZINGHA

https://youtu.be/YrRtKw2IJx8

Are you on the edge yet? After that sneak preview you should be! Especially if you watch the show. 

Well, im going to leave it right there. Enjoy season 3!

VH1 Hip Hop Honors |MUA 👑NZINGHA👑 * The Queens of Hip Hop

Written by NZINGHA for TheGlamSquadFiles

July 10, 2016….

Sunday afternoon the VH1 Glam Squad meeting and rehearsals at Lincon Center in New York City. As you come to the corner of 66th and Columbus Avenue there are scores of trailers that line the streets on either side. Stage hands are setting up the area that will be The Red Carpet. What’s The Red Carpet for?…The 2016 VH1 Hip Hop Honors!

I meet with my colleague Department Head Derrick Kollock (Hair Designer & Colorist for Love & Hip Hop, The Wire, VH1, Confirmation the movie and the list goes on and on), we head to the production trailer for our Crew Credentials before entering the building. Walking down that street we are bombarded by the poster sized ads for the show featuring the images of the honorees Queen Latifah, Missy Elliot, Lil’ Kim and Salt & Peppa w DJ Spinderella. 

I suddenly get butterflies in the pit of my stomach…not because of fear or nerves before a show but because of a healthy dose of pride. Proud of all of the ladies who are being honored on Monday. 

CONGRATULATIONS LADIES!!! Years of hard work and perseverance in the business of entertainment as well as the challenges of personal life and, they, through it all still keep shining, brining the hits that make us dance and sometimes become the soundtracks to our lives.

I’m also proud to say that all the ladies being honored have been my clients throughout their careers and my career as Makeup Artist as well! 

And on Monday I feel honored as well for all the years of work I put in working behind the scenes drafting what has now become iconic imagery in Hip Hop Music History! 

I’m also proud to be the Makeup Department Head for my longest standing Hip Hop client Lil’ Kim in VH1’s Tribute to her. CONGRATULATIONS Kim❣❣❣❣My job…EASY…remixing my own iconic Lil’ Kim looks!! WOW! Kinda like giving a nod to my own work…lolol! Crazy right?

http://www.vh1.com/video-clips/u0fy2l/hip-hop-honors-2016-lil-kim-style-tribute
Okay, so as we leave the production trailer and head to the area where the dressing rooms are set up we walk down the halls past the rooms tagged on the doors are some of Hip Hops brightest and legendary females and honorees Artists Queen Latifah, Eve, Missy Elliot, Lil’Kim…then Nelly Furtado, Tweet, Fantasia, Amber Rose, Sway and the list goes on. 

We drop our bags and head straight to wardrobe who is Department Headed by Eric Archibald (Beyonce’, Jennifer Hudson, etc,etc) and his team of stylists, seamstresses and runners taking up a room the size of a gymnasium!!! 

We go into meeting!!! Strategizing the nights looks and break down the nights performing Artists and when they’re on and what they’re wearing.

VH1 Glam Squad Hip Hop Honors | Makeup & Hair , Tim Snell & Lisa Logan, Wardrobe Department, Sam Fine, Renny Vasquez and myself


After that meeting Derrick and I go into serious pow wow meeting about Hair and Makeup designating to our assistants what their responsibilities will be for the show and the looks we are about to recreate.
The excitement is building…we know what we have to do but can we do it all with the time we’ve been given. “Okay guys lets turn it out!” Derrick says as he pulls out 3 amazing wigs that gave me flashbacks of the era’s hairstyles. 

They were all stunning and handmade!! Unbelievable WOW! From the lavender, lime green and blonde curly I didn’t know which one I was in love with the most! 

The hair assistants begin to sort out the wigs and station them as Derrick and I run downstairs to the stage to check the dress rehearsal for lighting and stage blocking.

Okay everything looks great! Let’s move it out and get ready for the show tomorrow…we’ve seen all we need to see here…kiss kiss let’s talk later if we need to and get a good nights rest because we’re back in tomorrow to turn this mutha out! See you then! Smooches!

What can I say about the honorees…they all give me chills with the level of their Artistry! They made Hip Hop History being the highest grossing female Hip Hop Artists!

The clients that I’ve had the longest standing relationship with have been both Missy Elliot and Lil’ Kim. Seeing both of these stupendous larger than life Ladies from the beginning of their careers has been phenomenal to be a part of and to see from the sidelines.

There has never been any Artist in Hip Hop male or female that has accomplished what Missy Elliot has bought to the table. Not only has she produced her own music but has a huge catalog of R&B hits (Grammy Nominated and Grammy Winning) that she produced for other Platinum Recording Artists!!

Yes no doubt, no questions whatsoever that Missy Elliot is an ICON!!

One of my fave music videos that feature both my Ladies Missy Elliot and Lil’ Kim one of the songs from the soundtrack to the movie Moulan Rouge Directed by Baz Lurmann. Missy was the Executive Producer of this track “Lady Marmalade”

Another fave of my that really set the industry on its ear audio and visual “Crush On You”. The visuals were a nod to the movie “The Wiz” starring Diana Ross (who Kim would meet not too long after at the MTV Awards…in the now famous purple pasty jumpsuit)

This is one of our first official music videos together “Get Money” where all 6 of my clients: Biggie, Mary J. Blige, Salt n Peppa and DJ Spinderella, Charli Baltimore and Lil’ Kim

All I can say is I worked for mine and I quote the line anytime someone tries to come for me!! In the words of Lil’ Kim…” I’m a leader y’all on some followin’ 💩, comin’ in this game on some modelin’ 💩…I’m the real son! It’s the real son!”

So many videos I did but I promise this is the last one I’ll post you can just look up all the rest on your own. I love how many visual changes we had in this one. I absolutely love Kim in the chocolate brown hair (it’s my personal favourite look)!!

OPEN LETTER TO | Pro Working Makeup Arists *YouTube’rs *Instagrammers* Beauty Brands *Production Companies 

Written by NZINGHA for TheGlamSquadFiles


FAMOUS?!?!?! Girl bye!!!

For me it started one day when I was shopping in a beauty brands store downtown Manhattan. I was shopping for a project I was working on at the time. 

So, if you know anything abut me I’m very organized so going in any store I already know what I came in for , I find it, purchase it and then I’m gone because I have a list of other things to do and I don’t waste time AT ALL.

So I go in and I get 12 of these, 12 of that, and 24 of those, OH WAIT!!!…and 24 of this right here! 

So a young lady finally comes sauntering around the counter and finally asks me if I need help and here’s a basket. Duh!!! Clearly I need help and a basket!!! She was on her phone texting behind the counter, not recognizing that she has a major sale on her hands. 

Which in her case may mean a big commission or maybe even a long awaited promotion  because you’re cash register is full and you gone beyond your daily sales quota.

She says to me ” I see you have several dozens of similar items, are you a Makeup Artist?” I smiled and said “Yes, Yes I am.” She says “Wow! I thought so. Where do you work?” 

So I tell her what I’m working on and why I’m purchasing so much product. The girl almost fell off of those 4″ heels she was wearing. I chuckle a bit and tell her to calm herself. 

She says “Thats what’s up! I want that!” I said “What do you want dear heart? To work as a Makeup Artist? She said ” No, to be FAMOUS, well no, yeah, to be a FAMOUS Makeup Artist! Yeah a FAMOUS Makeup Artist.”

I thought to myself “A FAMOUS MAKEUP ARTIST”? Well, I personally don’t believe in luck but ummm yeah, good luck with that one honey! 

Try being a GOOD MAKEUP ARTIST first, then graduate to  being a GREAT MAKEUP ARTIST, BUT that doesn’t mean even if you’re a GREAT MAKEUP ARTIST that you’ll wind up being “FAMOUS”! 

All kinds of thoughts ran through my head. Mostly thoughts of how naive she actually was about how this industry really works.


ARE YOU FOR REAL???

Well, I just stopped short and looked at her with a blank stare. 

Why did I look like that? 

Well, mostly because at first glance of this young lady and hearing what she’d said to me made me think and really look at her. And I thought about an industry I’d worked so hard for years to get to work in. 

So many years I’d put in doing home study and classes. Talking to Pro’s I’d admired. And I even had the pleasure and honor to speak to them. And to get information and encouragement from them. 

I was ambitious and just wanted to be a GREAT Makeup Artist when I came into the biz. Clearly, speaking to that young lady, there is a difference in our reasons why we wanted to be Makeup Artists. I asked her “How old are you dear heart?”, “I’m 24.” I thought to myself….shoot, at 24, I was already deep in the entertainment industry!!! 

At her age I had already been on a major music World tour with the #1 Pop/R&B Artist in the world!! I’d travelled the world 2x at that age! Wow! I thought gee what a privilege it was for me BUT NO, I worked really hard to get to that level. I’d earned my respect in the industry because of the years I’d put in, in work!

WHY ARE YOU IN THIS GAME?…HONESTLY??

When I worked I always wanted my work to be recognized and considered GREAT, which in my mind means to always do what I loved doing…MAKEUP!!!! 

Me doing makeup wasn’t about me being famous but about my work! This girl who stood before me wanted to simply be famous! 

Which said to me she could care less about being a Makeup Artist! So many REAL Makeup Artists sacrificed their lives and sometimes family life to work on sets perusing and living out their dreams to be real Makeup Artists.

When I speak to my professional colleagues they all seem to have the same feeling. That feeling is that our once respected industry is flooded with individuals who could care less about it.

 That the makeup is all the same and unoriginal. That the “artists” are in the biz for all the wrong reasons. The major cosmetic brands who once respected the Pro MUA now questions our credentials because a generation of “artists” we see now simply do not have any work credits but have “followers”!!! So now our years of hard work and contribution to entertainment is put into question by a generation that is simply duplicating what we had long before created.

WHERE IS THE RESPECT???! 

Most of these Pro’s are asking where is the respect for us and the craft! The industry of beauty would not exist if there were not qualified tenured Makeup Artists to showcase those products or faces that we work on so diligently. Real Pro Makeup Artists are not sitting at home…they are out in the field working on their craft, working on sets for hours standing on their feet, hustling on every form of transportation to get to their jobs. We get cheques from major film companies, record labels, magazines and beauty brands.

I have to laugh!!! Really laugh at the notion that people think that a makeup Enthusiats, a YouTuber, Vlogger is actually a Pro Makeup Artist. *****NEWSFLASH*****

There is a difference! Pro MUA’s actually do makeup on other people besides themselves! In fact they are working so much on other people that they barely have time to put makeup on themselves!

What Pro MUA’s actually do:

  1. Design Makeup for projects
  2. Read Scripts/ Video Treatments
  3. Sit in production meetings/A&R meetings
  4. Hire teams of other MUA’s
  5. Build relationships with product brands
  6. Build their brand by the projects they work on
  7. Constantly doing makeup homework i.e., combing through old and new magazines, looking at vintage makeup, 

Let me first say this to be very clear….THERE IS NO CAMPARISON OR REAL COMPETITION!

#NOMAKEUPMOVEMENT…??? Why not… #JUSTTAKECAREOFYOURSKINMOVEMENT?

Written by NZINGHA for TheGlamSquadFiles

For centuries women have always had multiple makeup (natural, neutral, day, work, night and glam) or no makeup options. 

THIS IS NOT NEWS, A TRENDING, OR WORTHY OF BEING CALLED A MOVEMENT!!! 

Sorry I don’t mean to burst anyone’s marketing/branding bubble right now but, uh yeah,…NO! Not an original thought or idea worthy enough to be called a movement sweetie. 

Now if you had said this movement is about getting healthy, clear skin and skincare just in general then I would say “Okay way to go! This is about taking care of yourself and one of the largest organs of the body…YOUR SKIN!” But in lieu of that you tell me you just ain’t wearing no makeup? What does that do for me personally or anyone? That’s more about you and your personal journey and epiphanies (which everyone has dear heart).

How about taking us on your skincare journey? Talk about how you got to a place where you are now comfortable with wearing no makeup after having battled with massive problems with your own skin and how many treatments it took to get to this place and feeling good in this place you’ve not been before with your skin.

See as a professional Makeup Artist I have seen all types of skin and skin disorders (to recreate if need be for special effects makeup). And my motto is always start with a clear canvas if possible so the makeup stays on all day and simply looks great without harming the skin underneath with the makeup. Most of the YouTube videos I’ve seen have been of women yes piling on makeup trying to be these great makeup guru’s but forgetting the main frame…SKINCARE!!!

Here I am with NO MAKEUP on at 48yrs old! True I have no wrinkles or major blemishes, or hyperpigmentation, just freckles and 5 beauty marks and Rosebud Lip Salve on my lips.



As we look at all these celebrity women who have acquired some modicum of success and money, somehow, the world will compare them to the women we see daily walking down the street. And the truth is it’s simply unfair to compare them!
Those women can afford spa treatments, expensive beauty regimens, luxurious facials and skin treatments and in some cases surgical procedures. I scoured the Internet for photos of famous women without their makeup on and you know what I found? 

I found the website http://www.withoutmakeup.net and saw women who are just like you and I! Did I think they were any less or more?…not at all. I realised that we are all arbitrarily entered into a beauty contest by people we don’t even know nor probably would ever speak to or spend time with!!!!

What about all of the women who have had unfortunate experiences? Women suffering from Cancer or have somehow been disfigured? A pimple or freckles can’t sit next to burns, deep scars, etc! Those women look to the simple joy of applying makeup, buying that limited edition lipstick collection or that nail Color that is just jumping off the shelf with the color you’ve always wanted to try.

Every woman’s reason for glorious adornment or non adornment is different. Who are we to tell other women not to do all it takes to feel good about you in a world that lacks true female appreciation or appropriation. I’m never going to say simply be an object to ogle at because we all have more to offer.

So, the question I pose to you is who are you beautifying yourself for? 

The Power of Makeup

Hugs & Kisses,

NZINGHA 

❤️💛💚

Designing Women Event | NYWIFT

Written by NZINGHA for TheGlamSquadFiles

New York Women In Film and Television (NYWIFT)


What an amazing evening Designing Women honouring 798 Makeup Artists & Hairstylist Union President Rose Chatterton, Sarah Edwards Costume Designer and, my colleague/friend Anita Gibson Makeup Department Head at Starz Network original TVs series POWER!!


CONGRATULATIONS ANITA!!!! YAY!!!!


And yes I’m a proud member of NYWIFT!!!


http://www.nywift.org