Carol Rasheed is a master in the craft of beauty. Stunning, captivating, glowing-from-the-inside-out beauty. Whether she is developing one of her celebrated spas, or on location designing makeup for film and television, or consulting for a national network, the one thing Carol alaways brings to the table, in addition to her overflowing wealth of expertise, is enthusiasm. She radiates it. She embraces it. She has harnessed it into a force that makes her one of the most sought after beauty professionals in the country.
Carol's impressive background spans more than 20 years. Her knowledge is grounded in being an innovative artist, with a keen sense of business. There are brains behind this beauty. She understands beauty is more than an art form. It is a business. As president and founder of Network Beauty, Inc., a Florida based corporation since 1994, Carol is well-versed in the power of beauty.
Discover the allure that has attracted the most notable names in entertainment, including Tyler Perry Studios, Discovery Networks, ABC Televsion, NBC, Nickelodeon Studios, The Walt Disney Company, Home Shopping Network, and Oxygen Media Network.
Instructor/Judge - SFX
Jusan Jones: A notable special effects make-up artist and instructor with a career span for more than two decades. As one of the few African American female special effects artists in the entire industry, she has carved out a wonderful niche. Her portfolio includes with for special effects makeup supervisor Bill “Splat” Johnson, top photographers in the industry, London Fashion Week, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, and is currently a special effects instructor at Gwynnis Mosby Makeup Academy.
"Lintu Holman is an award winning and internationally published makeup artist with over 7 years of experience in the film and television industry. She is known more recently for traveling as the lead makeup artist for The Walking Dead Experience and Walker Stalker Con but has worked as a beauty and special makeup effects artist for films across Georgia and California. She currently works at The Paul Mitchell school Esani while she continues her passion of teaching makeup.
This class will be about photography lighting for the professional MUA
Kelvin Myers, an imaginative talent with international reach, has mastered makeup artistry and is the sole Creator of the quickly spreading phenomenon, the “KM Experience.” Using faces as his canvas, this artist is at the top of his game and his claim to fame is enhancing the looks of classic beauties. A native of Sumter, SC, Myers was heavily influenced by his mother, a licensed cosmetologist, who had dreams of her own to become a fashion designer. In an effort to grow her dream, the family would often produce fashion shows around town. Mrs. Myers had no idea at the time, but she was fueling her son’s passion for the creative arts. Myers relocated to Atlanta to attend DeVry University in pursuit of a career as a Transmission Engineer in telecommunications; It was there that he met and became quick friends with a female impersonator. As the friendship flourished, Myers began attending a variety of dramatic showcases and pageants that further sparked his simmering thirst for creativity. This friendship led him to his new creative outlet. Myers began learning makeup and transforming faces behind the scenes, little did he know…the groundwork for a far larger master plan was in the works. His love and fascination of theatrical productions never died, and before he knew it, makeup artistry had become a full time career. Fast-forward a few years and a small thousand faces later, Myers’ professional resume boasts of experience with Fortune 500 companies, National Editorials and stop short of nothing less than a nomination for Best Make-up artist by the Atlanta Fashion Community. This future philanthropist understands that to reap is to sow, thus, Myers is also working to make a difference in his community. He currently volunteers with the Hopewell Baptist Church Ministry “Pamper for Peace” program with goals of uplifting and building self-esteem for victims of domestic violence and recovering drug addicts. In addition, Myers volunteers for H.E.R.O. for children, an organization that aims to provide quality resources for children infected/affected by the AIDS virus. Myers’ commitment to this cause led him to produce a show, Freedom and Fantasy, www.freedomandfantasy.com to raise funds for the H.E.R.O. organization (2011, 2012). The production featured recording artists The Braxton Sisters and included the talent of several of he H.E.R.O. participants. His hope was that the production not only brought awareness to the program and raised funds, but to also introduce the children to possible career aspirations in the creative arts and production fields. Mr. Myers is available to travel to location, independent studio work and one-on-one consultations. He offers classes for aspiring makeup artists and women seeking to master their own faces quarterly. Please view the portfolio tab where you are guaranteed to be amazed and inspired. Thank you for reading.
Dan Sandy – Biography Makeup artist and wig maker Dan Sandy has been doing theatrical makeup ever since high school. Fascinated by the study of Richard Corson’s Stage Makeup, he embarked on a life long journey of learning and creativity lasting now over 40 years. In 1980 he earned a bachelor’s degree in Cinema and Video Production from Bob Jones University. Since then he has done makeup for syndicated broadcast television, corporate and commercial productions, independent feature films, short films, a music video, weddings and portraiture, and over 125 Shakespeare plays, grand operas, and musicals. He currently manages BJU’s Costume, Makeup, and Wig Department, and teaches film and theatre makeup. Recent clients include: gospel musician Caroline Cobb Smith, political candidates Dr. Ben Carson, and Senator and Mrs. Ted Cruz. He has done freelance makeup for Opera Carolina, Ninth Hour Productions, Jackson Marketing, Hansen Production Studios, Sail Wind Productions, and The Academy of Arts Conservatory.