Second Look Face Painting and Make-up Artistry provides theatrical and media make-up artistry for clients in the Central New Jersey counties of Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Hunterdon, Somerset, and Union, the northern and central parts of Ocean, plus eastern Bucks County PA, Staten Island NY, and occasionally beyond.

© Erin Penney - original artwork and logo for Second Look Face Painting and Make-up Artistry, Hamilton NJ, New Jersey's premiere face painting company, owned by international award-winning make-up artist Erin Penney. The best choice for family party entertainment in NJ, Second Look is a family party and coporate event entertainment company near Princeton, New Jersey, lead by a highly recommended, classically trained professional artist. Experts in family entertainment, Second Look Face Painting provides the best value for face and body art, including waterproof glitter tattoos, for private parties, school and corporate events, grand openings and other special events in central New Jersey counties including Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Hunterdon, Somerset, Union, plus Eastern Bucks County PA, Staten Island NY and beyond.
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Performances in front of an audience or a camera can call for basic make-up, or something more, like period looks, or fantasy, age, injury, and other special effects

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Dolittle children's stage musical specialty character make-ups by NJ stage make-up artist Erin Penney
Well, honestly, most actors do. Make-up is the last stop between an actor’s brain and his or her audience. It brings the actor’s work to the next level by outwardly expressing things about their character they may not be able to on their own, like looking the right age, part of the appropriate historic era, of the right culture, social status, health, or even the proper species of animal!

Erin started art lessons around the time she first held a pencil. Her first art teacher was her mother, an award-winning fine artist and graduate of Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia. Erin took her first class in stage make-up when she was 14, a year after the first time she worked on a theatrical production at school. After completing four years of sequential training in the studio art program at the Hun School of Princeton, she went on to visual arts studies in college.

Undergraduate training includes studies in BFA programs at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan, and at Long Island University's School of Visual and Performing Arts at C.W. Post. Erin's master of arts degree in
Electronic Media was earned on full scholarship for visual communication from Drake University’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Erin's working background in the arts includes illustrating children's educational texts and storybooks, designing make-up and stage props for professional theatre companies including The Passage Theatre Company, Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey, and Premiere Stages, and painting stage sets for productions at professional, community, and school theatres.

Credits for Make-up and Hair/Wig Design include stage productions of Kiss Me, Kate, Oklahoma, Crazy for You, Driving Miss Daisy, Deathtrap, Pinocchio, She Loves Me, Dracula, Noises Off, Macbeth, Grease, Neil Simon's Rumors, Hansel and Gretel (opera), and Doctor Dolittle (pictured above). Erin also created 1950s period make-up for the narrative flashback scenes filmed on location in the Princeton area for an internationally broadcast documentary production by England's Channel 4 called Voices.  She also created the make-up for the zombie swarm in the independent film Outpost: Knightsbridge

Erin is also a produced playwright (a member of the Dramatists Guild of America since 1992).  Other theatrical credits include composing music and writing lyrics, directing, stage management, props design, set design and painting, and costuming (see OTHER THEATRICAL ARTS).  Erin has painted, built, and sewn things for McCarter Theatre Company in Princeton, worked in Bugs Bunny's dressing room at Six Flags Great Adventure, made things, coordinated things, fixed things, run a follow spot, and swung a hammer for various performing arts venues and companies including the Paramount Theatre and Convention Hall on the Boardwalk in Asbury Park, Princeton Opera Association, Shakespeare '70, Actors' NET of Bucks County, the Theatre Guild of New Jersey, Like 40 Productions, and many others from New York to Philadelphia.

Rates for stage and media work are determined by consultation.

Please call any weekday between 9AM and 6PM
(609) 510-8939

or e-mail any time regarding your project needs

wigs and make-up design by erin penney on stage for boheme opera new jersey

jessica renfro's headshot courtesy jessica renfro    jessica renfro as hansel december 2011

Hansel and Gretel -- The Fairy Tale Opera by Engelbert Humperdinck
Produced by Boheme Opera New Jersey, at The College of New Jersey Center for the Arts, Trenton, NJ
The top photo above shows soprano Jendi Tarde as Gretel and mezzo-soprano Jessica Renfro as Hansel on stage.  The bottom two photos are the two faces of Jessica Renfro, on the left, in her headshot, and on the right, backstage as Hansel. Jessica's headshot courtesy Jessica Renfro, other photos copyright Erin Penney.

Performed in December 2011 on the Mainstage at the Center for the Arts at The College of New Jersey, this production of the nineteenth-century German opera called for specialty make-up for angels, a witch, and turning a mezzo bombshell into a boy.  Make-up and hair design was handled by Erin Penney, with assistance by Tess Ammerman.


Erin styled Tess Ammerman in period make-up and wig for the ActorsNET of Bucks County production of Cabaret. Design and photo copyright Erin Penney
ActorsNET of Bucks County, performing at The Heritage Center, Morrisville, PA
Design and photo copyright Erin Penney

The role of Sally Bowles in the classic musical Cabaret calls for the look of a showgirl in 1930s Berlin.  Second Look Senior team Artist, Tess Ammerman, played the part in 2011 and called on Erin to come up with a period-appropriate character make-up and wig.  The theatre company used another one of Erin's photos from this session on the production's promotional poster.  Tess's photo is scattered throughout this website in various guises.  Those are her eyes staring back at you from the top of the page in the Second Look company logo!


Actor Jamil Mangan with Panther make-up under raw stage light 08-18-10
Lost Boy Found at Whole Foods by Tammy Ryan
Equity Premiere co-production by Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey and
Premiere Stages, Union, NJ
The photo above shows actor Jamil Mangan during the first make-up test under raw stage light on the stage of the Zella Fry Theatre on the campus of Kean University, home of the Premiere Stages Play Festival. 

Funny title, serious play.  The recently-divorced mother of a teenage daughter finds herself developing a close and fateful relationship with a refugee from the Sundanese Dinka tribe who works at the local Whole Foods.  The leading lady in this powerful new play was played by four-time Emmy winning actress Kim Zimmer, the title character by Warner Miller, and his best friend, a mysterious fellow Dinka named Panther, played by Jamil Mangan.  The photo above shows Jamil's first make-up test under raw stage lights, about two weeks before opening night.  Panther bears the tribal scars of a Dinka warrior and also has had his lower central teeth ceremonially extracted, so director John Pietrowski (Artistic Director of PTNJ) asked Erin to design the illusion.  Erin taught Jamil how to do the make-up himself throughout the run of the play at the Zella Fry Theatre on the campus of Kean University, presented as part of the Premiere Stages Play Festival.  Jamil replicated Erin's make-up design when he played the part again at the Pittsburgh Playhouse in 2011.  For more information about the co-production of Premiere Stages and The Playwright's Theatre, click here for the article.


dance competition design winner featuring original face painting

close up of face painting make-up design for dance competition award winners
Desi Dance Fest & Competition
Union County Performing Arts Center, Rahway NJ

A Bollywood style dance competition brought nearly five hundred dancers out to vie for top honors at
The Union County Performing Arts Center at the historic Rahway Theater. The team above won the Award for Excellence in the category of Best Costumes & Make-up. Choreographer and costumer Sunrita Mitra of Plainsboro NJ called on Erin to create an original three-color make-up design with sparkling touches for her company dancers
. The white areas feature a skin-safe cosmetic glitter, and several clear faceted crystal "jewels" were added to each dancer's face as light-catching accents to complete the make-up design that helped bring one more trophy home for this multiple award-winning dance team.

Rates for stage and media work are determined by consultation.

Please call any weekday between 9AM and 6PM
(609) 510-8939

or e-mail any time regarding your project needs

J&J corporate video cast poses with make-up artists
Left to right, Second Look Senior Make-up Artist Kelly Allen, The Grinch, Senior Make-up Artist Tess Ammerman, Candy Cane, owner/designer Erin Penney, Jack Frost

Johnson & Johnson Corporate Video
Ethicon Division, Bridgewater, NJ

The division of Johnson & Johnson that makes surgical products goes all out for their holiday parties! For a special video shoot, J&J called on the Second Look make-up artists to support the company's original production featuring executives as characters including "the Grinch," "Candy Cane," and "Jack Frost." Shot by the team that makes the company's educational videos, the program was the surprise centerpiece of the company's annual holiday party.


jim at yankee game     elvis has entered the building, thanks in part to character make-up by erin penney

In the photo above to the left,performer Jim Barone as he looks when catching a game at Yankee stadium. On the right, Jim as Elvis.

Jim Barone, Elvis Tribute Artist 
New Jersey Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest and Festival
Union County Performing Arts Center, Rahway NJ

Jim Barone is an extremely talented performer with an uncanny ability to create the vocal illusion that Elvis really is in the building. This comes in handy, or course, since Jim is a professional Elvis tribute artist. When it came time to take part in a series of progressive regional competitions sponsored by Graceland to find the country's top Elvis tribute artists, Jim thought he would create an advantage by hiring Erin to develop a resemblance make-up. Erin learned that Jim specializes in presenting the Elvis of the mid-1950s, did some research then a test make-up, then returned for each of the competition days to help prepare Jim for his performances. Jim sailed through to the top three in a field of professionals from around the world and went on to compete in Nashville.


Special make-up for womens history month reception by erin penney of New Jersey's Second Look Face Painting and Make-up Artistry.
Trenton's Annual Women's History Month Reception
Baldasarri Regency, Trenton, NJ

Vice-president of the Trenton City Council, Cordelia Staton (center), annually hosts a reception at the Baldassari Regency honoring Women's History Month. Significant women of history are presented throughout the night and, as shown in the photo above, featured Barbie, playfully portrayed by June Ballinger (left), Producing Artistic Director of Passage Theatre, Trenton's professional theatre company (where Erin has designed props!). Erin was asked to help turn Patricia Stewart (right), President of the Trenton Council of Civic Associations, into Murasaki, writer of the world's first novel. Murasaki lived in Japan's Heian era, around the year 1000, sporting a look predating the Geisha tradition by roughly 600 years. Erin researched the character and the era and provided the appropriate wig and make-up to support the evening's presentation.


Driving Miss Daisy press photo featuring special effects age make-up by erin penney
Driving Miss Daisy
Kelsey Theatre, West Windsor, NJ
Click above for information about shows at the Kelsey Theatre. In the press photo above, Allwyn Baskin as Hoke takes the wheel for Eve Connolly as Miss Daisy.

In this Pulitzer Prize winning play, three actors takes us on a journey through the hearts and minds of a trio of Atlanta natives whose lives are intertwined from the years 1948 through 1973. Each character ages throughout the play, with Miss Daisy starting at age 72 in 1948 through age 97 in 1973. Her son, Boolie, goes from age 40 to 65, and Hoke, Daisy's driver (and ultimately, friend), Hoke, goes from age 60 to 85.  Erin created this production's make-up, hair and wig designs to depict the various ages and eras of the piece.

Award nominations for this production through the New Jersey Association of Community Theatres (the Perry Awards) included one for Outstanding Costume Design, which is the umbrella category by which make-up, hair and wig design is also recognized.
Driving Miss Daisy marked the second time Erin's work was so noticed by NJACT voters. The production itself garnered wins for Best Actress (Eve Connolly as Miss Daisy), Best Actor (Allwyn Baskin as Hoke), Best Director (Dan Maurer), and the 2008 award for Outstanding Production of a Play.

Trenton Times Theatre Critic Anita Donovan called Erin's quick change age make-ups, hair and wig designs "wonderful and totally believable."


pair of NJ actors on stage in new play called Green Man, make-up designer erin penney
Actor Spiff Wiegand as the title character discovered it really is pretty easy being green (from head to toe, even) with a bit of help from Erin and a couple of body painting assistants. Photo by Green Man's costume designer Ingrid Proos. Additional photo on the Body Painting page, linked below.

Green Man by Jim Knable
Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey at Premiere Stages
, Union, NJ

A professional Actor's Equity Theatre in residence at Kean University's School of Visual and Performing Arts in Union, NJ,
Premiere Stages is dedicated to developing new works from emerging playwrights. As part of the Premiere Play Festival, playwright Jim Knable's Green Man was selected in competition through the National New Play Network for an Equity staged reading. The play was previously workshopped and read under the direction of John Pietrowski at Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey in Madison who presented the piece to the national competition. John remained as the production's director through this latest phase of the play's development and asked Erin to help visualize this drama's mysteriously character-shifting title player, based on a so-called "vegetative deity" in Celtic mythology known as a Green Man.


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Top row, left to right, the Three Witches are Giz Coughlin, Susan Fowler, and Kate Couzens. Hecate, queen of the witches, is Theresa Forsyth Swartz. In the bottom row, Banquo, shown in his ghostly state, is actor Steve Lobis. He is flanked by Tess Ammerman and Tami Feist as the Weird Sister's coven-mates. Far right, Mr. Inspiration.

ActorsNET of Bucks County, performing at The Heritage Center, Morrisville, PA

There is a
legendary curse associated with this Shakespearean tragedy that makes it a project so feared, theatre types do not even speak its proper name. Laughing in the face of superstition, Erin signed up for the cool and rare chance to design specialty make-up for witches and ghosts and not necessarily go with warts and hooked noses. Meanwhile, a fairly incredible series of mishaps occurred in the final two weeks before opening night, including serious injuries in the cast and a slew of other freaky complications which caused this production of "the Scottish Play" to be shut down and rescheduled to perform two months later.  But the show must go on (eventually)!

Erin explains the design concept: "The make-up design for the witches reflects director Cheryl Doyle's animal totem concept influencing their performances and costuming, including (top row, left to right) a lioness, a bat, and a raven for the Weird Sisters, and their equally weird kin (added for group scenes), a lynx and raccoon. The design for Hecate reflects her Greek goddess namesake's status as a triple goddess of the moon, shown in the trio of images of waxing and waning crescents embracing the new moon over the actress's 'third eye.'  For Banquo, the design was meant to show the 'echo' of his gruesome demise (garotting and head wounds) and emphasize his status as a specter, rather than literally depict every nasty wound mentioned in the script (as is done about as often as witches get warts and hooked noses).  Plus, his make-up and costume change has to be done in two minutes flat!  Special thanks to make-up assistants Tess Ammerman, Giz Coughlin, and Kelly Allen, and also to the 13 turkey vultures that, for whatever reason, wandered into suburbia and landed on my neighbor's roof one morning while these designs were in development, thereby inspiring the black, white, and blood red color palette for the creepy creatures in this production."

the ghost of Banquo crashes the banquet thanks to quick-change make-up by erin penney
"After several challenges from the famous curse of 'the Scottish Play,' Actors' NET of Bucks County has opened Macbeth... the work is two months late in reaching the stage. No problem -- a packed opening night audience welcomed it with gusto.... Steve Lobis stands out as Banquo -- the dining scene in which his ghost appears is done brilliantly."

Stuart Duncan
The Princeton Packet


Rates for stage and media work are determined by consultation.

Please call any weekday between 9AM and 6PM
(609) 510-8939

or e-mail any time regarding your project needs

It's a Wonderful Life stage family during finale of performance at Kelsey Theatre in NJ, featuring make-up and wig design by erin penney
Sharing the finale with the company, left to right in the foreground are Jesse Dubin, Zach Levine, and Rosalie Graziano as the Bailey kids, behind them is Toni Campbell as Ma Bailey. Reed Schmidt, as the youngest of the Bailey's, Zuzu, is held by Marty Berrien as George Bailey, next to Vicky Czarnik as Mary Bailey.

It's a Wonderful Life, the Musical
Kelsey Theatre, West Windsor, NJ

This musical version of Frank Capra's classic film won glowing reviews and standing ovations. In concert with costume designer Ruth Rittmann, Erin was asked to design wigs and make-up for this complex production with action spanning four decades. During the rehearsal process, hair and make-up looks for the many characters were developed and tested. During performances, a crew of four make-up artists and hair technicians helped the actors move through time, from 1945 back to 1917, ahead to 1929, '32, and '45 again, in two different forms - both the one George knows before his encounter with Clarence the angel, and an alternate reality where George never existed, through which he comes to understand he really is living a wonderful life. As his wife, Mary, Vicky Czarnik wore a series of custom-made human hair wigs that Erin built, which helped to illustrate the various eras and circumstances of the story, from the aftermath of accidentally falling into the pool at the high school dance on her first date with George, through taking the plunge with him at their wedding in 1929, and two different versions of Christmas Eve 1945, with stops in between.  In the photo above showing the finale, Vicky as Mary wears her longest locks (c. 1945), Toni Campbell as Ma Bailey sports a wig custom "painted" salt and pepper, and the grey in the hair of Marty Berrien as George is also painted in.


New York body painting event in Times Square

National Flavors Day
Jose Cuervo Tequila, New York, NY
NYC street shots from Jose Cuervo press releases. Backstage candids by Erin Penney

Some call it guerrilla marketing, some call it a good old-fashioned publicity stunt. Whatever you call it, this was one such event pulled off simultaneously in three cities (New York, Chicago, and San Francisco). The team of New York body painters, Erin included, set up shop on the stage of the Hard Rock Café on Broadway at Times Square. Over 200 models, aspiring actors, working dancers, at least one Metropolitan Opera chorus singer, and plenty of otherwise interesting and sporting young men and women were covered neck to toe in paints to match bathing suits in colors corresponding with the three flavors of Jose Cuervo tequilas that were about to launch on the national market.

body painting for national advertising campaign photos shot in New York publicity stunt models backstage at Times Square

Not surprisingly, when you body paint hoards for a guerrilla marketing event, it draws a good deal of media attention both backstage (as above) and on the street, including Rockefeller Plaza outside The Today Show (below). There, broadcasting legend Larry King was on hand to promote his latest project as well as rub multi-colored elbows with folks including a big green guy Erin painted. The photo below that shows Erin on the stage of the Hard Rock, amidst the last of the models painted that day.

 Larry King with colorful body painted friends on Rockefeller Plaza in New York outside NBC studios

Jose Cuervo Tequila publicity event in New York featuring body painting for advertising campaign on stage at Times Square Hard Rock Cafe in NY

Jose Cuervo Tequila promotional event in New York with body painting for advertising campaign featuring models on Broadway


special effects film make-up design by NJ media make-up artist Erin Penney
Photo by the film’s Assistant Director Mark Violi
Outpost: Knightsbridge                                                                
Dark Oasis Pictures

In the story of this independent film, something really bad happens to unleash a ferocious bacteria on board a naval vessel on a secret mission, turning about a dozen military scientists into zombies. The design concept Erin used for this freshly undead look was inspired by Dan Striepeke’s vision of the post-apocalyptic missile worshipers that lived in the subways Beneath the Planet of the Apes. Creepy, translucent beings with lots of blue veins visible through the pallor. Add a dash of Dr. Phibes, some dog tags, and viola!


Marty Berrien in Cowardly Lion make-up including prosthetic appliance

The Wizard of Oz
Open Air Theatre at Washington Crossing State Park, NJ
Pictured amidst the fur and foam is Marty Berrien 

This custom-made Cowardly Lion costume of acrylic plush knit features approximately 30 feet total length in garlands of human extension hair in two different colors and three textures hand-stitched together to form the tail tassel, leg trim, and chest and shoulder mane. Several seriously modified off-the-rack synthetic wigs of different textures form the unit headpiece with attached chin beard and stylish hand-sculpted and painted foam ears. The muzzle is an extensively modified pre-made hot foam latex prosthetic, resculpted inside and out for fit, comfort, and cosmetics. It is finished with custom-blended PAX paint to match the Kryolan SupraColor foundation, and is accented with fiber optic whiskers (not sure if he can receive cable television through them). The whole thing was designed to allow the actor to get into and out of everything himself in minutes, without any assistance, and for the headgear and face to stay absolutely secure and reasonably comfortable for a couple hours each night of a two week run in extremely challenging backstage conditions at a very rustic outdoor amphitheatre in 90 degree-plus heat with equally extreme humidity levels. And that’s all BEFORE hitting the lit stage in a fur suit in front of a packed house of a thousand or so. In August. Thank God, all the preparation and prayers paid off smartly - everything went without a hitch! Marty is also the guy in the red suit in the Dolittle shot at the top of this page. He displays yet another persona (that of Bill Calhoun) at the far left in the group shot from "Kiss Me, Kate" below.


specialty theatrical age make-up application - Hair painting for character of Selsdon in Noises Off
Shown above, make-up designer Erin Penney and actor Kevin Gallagher
Noises Off
Kelsey Theatre, West Windsor, NJ

Erin explains, "This is what happens when your director needs to cast the role of a 70-something, inebriated English actor and none show up at auditions. So we had to make do with this good looking lunk a good 30-some years too young in reality, employing his acting skills and my paint job to create the character of Selsdon. I added the few missing decades in just under 30 minutes per performance. For others in the cast, I added sardine-proof hairpieces, optically amplified cleavage, and several other special visual illusions involving pigment and paintbrushes."

application of special effects age make-up by erin penney for stage performance of play at Kelsey Theatre in NJ


company bows of musical theatre stage performance showing character and straight stage make-ups at Kelsey Theatre in NJ
Kiss Me, Kate
Kelsey Theatre, West Windsor, NJ

Erin notes, "Big cast, two eras (Elizabethan and early 1950s) and numerous very, very quick changes. I designed make-up including specialty work and hair prosthetics, modified numerous commercial wigs and falls, supervised and instructed members of the company to function independently during production, trained three assistants to help with the application of specialty make-ups and the constant quick changes and also stage managed and built props for this multiple award-nominated production -- one nom was for costume and make-up design, yay!  Below, the Thug in the fedora at center is my brother, Kurt Penney. He’s also shown below sporting sausage curls in another scene from the same production."

theatrical character make-ups in musical stage performance by NJ make-up artist Erin Penney


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Washington Rock, Hillsborough Township, Belle Mead, Blackwells Mills, Flagtown, Neshanic, South Branch, Manville, Millstone, Montgomery Township, Belle Mead, Blawenburg, Harlingen, Skillman, North Plainfield, Peapack-Gladstone, Gladstone, Raritan, Rocky Hill, Somerville, South Bound Brook, Warren Township, Mount Bethel, and Watchung.  Second Look, New Jersey’s best face painter, serve parts of Union County, including the towns of Fanwood, Garwood, Kenilworth, Mountainside, New Providence, Roselle Park, Roselle, Linden, Plainfield, Rahway, Westfield, Clark, Cranford, Scotch Plains, and Winfield Township.