Hey! I don’t think that I showed my face on this account yet(?) But here I am! I did some pan themed makeup because I am a proud pancake and I liked it so there it is! Btw the two on the right are paintings and the one on the left is a series of unfortunate events poster.
Drag within sketch comedy is not meant to be evaluated on the same realness metric that one would apply to ‘queer drag,’ as it were. Drag in sketch comedy is something of a one liner, a punchline in and of itself — 'A guy in a dress! L-O-L!’ Punchline drag invites you to see the strings. It is perfected within the aesthetic logic of a platform like ‘Saturday Night Live’: the flimsy sets, the too-bright lights, the pancake makeup, the almost-good-enough wigs and prosthetics. It’s pure tomfoolery meant to fool absolutely nobody. And, like a lot of things, it’s great fun when it’s done well, and deeply offensive the rest of the time.
Eva Sealove on Saturday Night Live employing female-to-male (ftm) drag in lampooning Sean Spicer and Jeff Sessions, “On SNL, Drag Has Transcended Comedy as a Weapon Against Trump’s Brand of Masculinity;” Out.com, 12 Feb. 2017
Do you know which body make-ups Dita uses? I know she uses I know that she uses a few different ones but I don't know what they are called
I do know that she uses MAC Face & Body Foundation and Kryolan’s Perfect Body Foundation. I’m pretty sure she uses these for everyday and for her performances, but if she doesn’t use these for her shows she might use a certain brand of “pancake” makeup which is used to cover up mass amounts of “flaws” or used for highly lit stage performances.