Make-up Polaroids

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INTRODUCTION: Just as Polaroids are needed for prop and costume continuity, so too are they necessary for hair and make-up. Should one part of a scene be filmed on a Friday and the next part be filmed on a Monday, it's extremely beneficial for the make-up artists (in our case, the talented Emjay Olson and Stefanie Owens) to check the Polaroids from Friday to see how everybody looked - then to match the make-up and hairstyles used. Make-up artists also write down, on the back of Polaroids, helpful guidelines for each actor's cosmetic needs (see right).

Note that most actors like to keep their eyes shut in these Polaroids - this is not only to avoid the irritating flash, but also for female performers to show eye make-up.

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Blaire BaronCorin NemecYelena DanovaRogues' GalleryMelanie Lynskey

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Melanie Lynskey, Wil Wheaton, Corin Nemec, Corky Nemec, Yelena Danova, Steve Valentine, Blaire Baron, Douglas Coler, Lisa Lo Cicero, James Michael Tyler, Richard Moll, Mark Tapio Kines, Mark Kines