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About Maddie

Madison Goode is a New Jersey and New York based makeup and hair artist, specializing in Beauty, Special Effects, and character design. She was inspired by the world of music and musical theatre, and the storytelling aspect through makeup. She was gifted with her artistic ability from a young age, and always knew that makeup was her path. She and her family frequently visited New York City to see Broadway shows and concerts, and her excitement and passion for the glitz and glamour skyrocketed.


 In the beginning of her career, she established the Makeup Department for all of Edison High School’s theatre productions from 2016 to 2020. She even gained and was the first to receive the award for Excellence in Hair and Makeup Design, granted by Maureen O’Connor in 2020.. Throughout her years, Maddie was inducted into the Thespian society, Tri-M honors society and the National Arts Honors society. Being part of these groups made her realize how much of an impact her art made, even without her being on the stage herself. Her intricate study of scripts and character development helped her to create and design multiple looks for shows like 12 Angry Jurors, Bye Bye Birdie, It’s a Wonderful Life, Curtains, Father of the Bride, and Anything Goes.


In 2023, she graduated from the Make-Up Designory of Manhattan, completing the Multimedia Program. During her intensive course, she designed makeup and hair for a series of beauty and fashion photoshoots and brought a range of characters to life through her special effects skills. After graduating, she was chosen to be a Danessa Myricks Angel, worked for a series of short films, music videos, and photoshoots, and was hired as a Makeup Artist for Six Flags Great Adventure's Fright Fest. She has also gotten the chance to work with musical artists including Laundry Day of New York City for the Tribeca Music Lounge, and for designers like Diana Mahrach of Diana Mahrach Couture, and Valeriia and Lera Nikitina Yamshchykova of Exteasy Lingerie.


In her near future, she looks forward to exploring the ins and outs of makeup in the music industry, and create a multitude of injury, mythical creatures and monsters for film and television. By bending the rules of makeup, Maddie wants to create a safe space for all people to be their true authentic selves, and look damn good doing it. Her goal is to inspire others and transform their confidence with the flick of a brush and lots of passion. She strives to be the future of makeup.

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