Hair and makeup awards: Where everyone looks pretty

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HOLLYWOOD — Saturday’s second annual Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hairstylist Guild Awards kicked off with a musical trib to the contenders, courtesy of wunderkind Lauren Frost, who touted the beauticians as she crooned sappy verses such as “put your worries to end, friend, cause you’ve found your best friend in hair and makeup, makeup and hair.”

The Century Plaza Hotel gala, emceed by thesp-comedian Caroline Rhea, feted the IATSE Local 706 members in 22 categories, including six nods for motion picture achievement, 12 for TV and two each for theatrical stage productions and commercials.

After taking the stage — in the first of three hairdos — Rhea joked: “All the magic happens in the dressing room on my show ‘Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.’ However, when I tell my hairstylist I want to look just like Jennifer Aniston, he says, honey this is a brush, not a wand.”

Rhea continued to garner laughs throughout the night with such witty banter as “There should be an award tonight for which stylist can pretend the best that they were not talking about an actor’s flaws before they enter the trailer. “

Taking on a more serious tone, Oscar hopeful Ellen Burstyn feted the union by saying, “You do more than just make us look good. You ruffle our feathers, you listen to us and you send us off to greet the day everyday.”

Also beholden to the hair and makeup tribe was Drew Barrymore, who accepted the inaugural Barrymore Award on behalf of her clan. After thanking her own beauty crew, Barrymore told the audience that the hairstylist and makeup artists names should roll on the opening credits, the way they used to.

On hand to present kudos were Oscar nominees Juliette Binoche, Ed Harris (with Amy Madigan) and Marcia Gay Harden; lifetime achievement recipient Bob Schiffer; Angie Dickinson; and Anne Archer, among others.

The following is a complete list of recipients for the Second Annual Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hairstylist Guild Awards.

And the winners are…

Contemporary Makeup: Feature

“Cast Away” — Daniel Striepeke, Deborah La Mia Denauer, Bill Meyer (20th Century Fox and DreamWorks Pictures)

Period Makeup: Feature

“The Patriot” — Thomas Nellen, Wendy Bell, Patty York, Anita Brabec (Sony Pictures)

Special Makeup Effects: Feature

“Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas” — Rick Baker, Toni G, Kazuhiro Tsuji (Universal Pictures)

Contemporary Hairstyling: Feature

“Charlie’s Angels” — Barbara Olvera, Anne Morgan, Barbara Lorenz, Lori McCoy-Bell (Sony/Columbia Pictures)

Period Hairstyling: Feature

“The Patriot” — Kay Georgiou, Kelvin R. Trahan, Gerry Jones (Sony Pictures Releasing)

Innovative Hairstyling: Feature

“Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas” — Gail Ryan, Patty Miller, Terry Baliel (Universal Pictures)

Contemporary Makeup (for a single episode of a regular series – sitcom, drama or daytime)

“Sex and the City” — Judy Chin “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (HBO)

Contemporary Makeup (miniseries or motion picture made for television)

“Running Mates” — Lon Bentley, Rick Sharp, Leonard Engleman (TNT)

Period Makeup (single episode of a regular series – sitcom, drama or daytime)

“Angel” — Dayne Johnson, David DeLeon, Dalia Dokter “Darla” (WB)

Special Makeup Effects (single episode of a regular series – sitcom, drama or daytime)

“Mad TV” — Jennifer Aspinall, Randy Westgate “Mad TV Goes to the Movies” Episode #519 (Fox)

Special Makeup Effects (miniseries or motion picture made for television)

“Geppetto” — Michael Westmore, Earl Ellis, Mary Kay Morse (ABC)

Contemporary Hairstyling (single episode of a regular series – sitcom, drama or daytime)

“Sex and the City” — Michelle Johnson “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (HBO)

Period Makeup (miniseries or motion picture made for television)

“Geppetto” — Patricia Messina, Tommy Cole, Charlene Ostermann, Lisa Pharren (ABC)

Contemporary Hairstyling (mini or motion picture made for television)

“An American Daughter” — Gabor Heiligenberg (Lifetime)

Period Hairstyling (mini or motion picture made for television)

“Jackie Bouvier Kennedy Onassis” — Linda De Andrea, Bob Prichett (CBS)

Period Hairstyling (single episode of a regular series – sitcom, drama or daytime)

“That 70’s Show” — Gabriella Pollino, Cindy Costello, Terry Velasques “Roller Disco” (Fox)

Innovative Hairstyling (mini or motion picture made for television)

“Rated X” — Maureen Mestan, Rhoda Ancill (Showtime)

Innovative Hairstyling (single episode of a regular series – sitcom, drama or daytime)

“Star Trek Voyager” — Josee Normand, Charlotte Parker, Gloria Montemeyor, Viviane Normand “Tsunkatse” (UPN)

Theatrical Makeup

“The Lion King” — Beth Thompson, Roger Stricker, Tiffany Hicks, Darren Jinks, Brenda O’Brien (Pantages Theatre)

Theatrical Hairstyling

“The Lion King” — Brenda O’Brien, Darren Jinks, Tiffany Hicks, Roger Stricker, Beth Thompson (Pantages Theatre)

Makeup for Television Commercial

“Magic” (Chrysler Mini-Vans) Jeffrey Fetzer, Alan “Doc” Friedman

Hairstyling for Television Commercial

“Martin Short/Teen Idol” (TD Waterhouse) Judi Cooper-Sealy

Veteran makeup artist Bob Schiffer, head of the Walt Disney Studios Makeup Department for the past 33 years, and the late veteran hairstylist Sydney Guilaroff received the Guild’s George Westmore Lifetime Achievement Awards.

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