Wasteland Weekend is intended as a fully-themed, fully-immersive event. And while attendees are expected to already be in their finest post-apocalyptic gear when they walk through the gates, the event also offers to provide them an aesthetic boost. No other event has a makeover station like this. Run by professionals and with its basic services offered to all, free of charge.
In keeping with the automotive theme of the Mad Max world, it’s called…
THE WASTELAND BODY SHOP.
The hard-working Body Shop Crew has been serving up Wasteland Hair and Makeup since the Apocalypse. Many a traveler has stopped by to level up their grime, faux-hawk and warpaint. Over the years they’ve also build a Special Effects team to help official performers bring out their inner Warboy, Imperator, Priestess, and more.
Our team couldn’t achieve their levels of epic without some serious cosmetic industry support and sponsorship. European Body Art has been there from pretty much the beginning… as Wasteland provides the harshest testing ground for their products.
EBA recently invited Wasteland Weekend to visit their offices to hold a demo and photo shoot in the luxury of civilization. So, a handful of Wasteland veterans jumped at the opportunity. We’re very excited to share the results!
Eric Anderson – photographer extraordinaire Eric Anderson
Lisa Berczel – War Boy makeup https://www.facebook.com/lisa.berczel
Mark Cordory – WASTELAND Priestess Costume Design & Fabrication https://www.facebook.com/MarkCordoryCreations/
Jared Butler – Wasteland Weekend Co-owner and Wasteland Priestess concept. https://www.facebook.com/realjaredbutler
Lucky – War Boy Model & Costume
NevaehLleh – Priestess Model NevaehLleh (@nevaehdnalleh) • Instagram photos and videos
Stephanie Paige – War Boy face SFX sculpts
Brittany Thomsen – War Boy body & Priestess SFX sculpts, Priestess Makeup https://www.facebook.com/bponder1