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The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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Highlights
Rick Baker on his advice to others in the makeup profession
Irma Kusely on doing research for hairstyling jobs
Dick Smith on the tools of the makeup artist in the very early days of television
Judy Crown on dealing with wigs and hair extensions on shows like Seinfeld
Tommy Cole on various aspects of his career
Who talked about this profession

Rick Baker

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Rick Baker on his advice to others in the makeup profession

Tommy Cole

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Tommy Cole on various aspects of his career

Judy Crown

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Judy Crown on why she became a hair stylist
Judy Crown on the hair styling tools she typically keeps in her trailer on a shoot
Judy Crown on occasionally dealing with facial hair as a hair stylist
Judy Crown on being on-set to touch up people's hair and ensure continuity
Judy Crown on styling wet hair
Judy Crown on making actors feel comfortable with her, and on coordinating with the makeup and wardrobe departments
Judy Crown on her typical set location when she does hair, and on coloring hair
Judy Crown on dealing with wigs and hair extensions on shows like Seinfeld
Judy Crown on dealing with actors who are unhappy with their hair
Judy Crown on the duties of the hair department head
Judy Crown on teaching hair styling
Judy Crown on what you can learn about a character from their hairstyle, and on her favorite types of hair styles and biggest challenges
Judy Crown on what she liked about styling hair

Irma Kusely

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Irma Kusely on the process of dressing a wig
Irma Kusely on doing research for hairstyling jobs
Irma Kusely on the most important things about hairstyling 

Howard Smit

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Howard Smit on the challenges of doing makeup on early television

Dick Smith

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Dick Smith on the tools of the makeup artist in the very early days of television
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This category consists of costume supervisors, hair stylists, and make-up artists.