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A '''casting assistant''' helps the make-up department.
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A '''make-up assistant''' helps the [[make-up department]] by:
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* Supplying brushes and products to the [[make-up artist]]s;
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* Helping to fix [[prosthetics]];
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* Washing performers' [[hair]], preparing scalp;
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* Preparing performers' skin before anything is applied;
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* Helping to alter, repair and dress wigs and hair pieces;
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* Running errands, in general, for the department.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.screenskills.com/education-training/careers-information/job-profiles/craft/make-up-and-hair/|title=Make-up and hair|website name=ScreenSkills|accessdate=8 October 2018}}</ref>
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Make-up assistants can be distinguished from [[junior make-up artist]]s, who do more hair and make-up work themselves, and from [[make-up trainee]]s, who do a lot more running work.
   
 
[[Beryl Sanderson]] was an uncredited make-up assistant on ''[[An Unearthly Child (TV story)|An Unearthly Child]]''.<ref name="fire info">[[INFO]]: "[[The Firemaker (episode)|The Firemaker]]"</ref>
 
[[Beryl Sanderson]] was an uncredited make-up assistant on ''[[An Unearthly Child (TV story)|An Unearthly Child]]''.<ref name="fire info">[[INFO]]: "[[The Firemaker (episode)|The Firemaker]]"</ref>

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RealWorld

A make-up assistant helps the make-up department by:

  • Supplying brushes and products to the make-up artists;
  • Helping to fix prosthetics;
  • Washing performers' hair, preparing scalp;
  • Preparing performers' skin before anything is applied;
  • Helping to alter, repair and dress wigs and hair pieces;
  • Running errands, in general, for the department.[1]

Make-up assistants can be distinguished from junior make-up artists, who do more hair and make-up work themselves, and from make-up trainees, who do a lot more running work.

Beryl Sanderson was an uncredited make-up assistant on An Unearthly Child.[2]

Since the series reboot, the only credited make-up assistants have been on Torchwood. For example, for Combat and Out of Time the credited make-up assistants included Sarah Astley-Hughes and Kate Roberts.

Footnotes Edit

  1. Make-up and hair. ScreenSkills. Retrieved on 8 October 2018.
  2. INFO: "The Firemaker"
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