Performance Makeup

Our new Performance Makeup department is sure to be the best in the Southeast. We offer the leading brands of Body Paint and Accessories. From Mehron to Wolfe FX you'll find all the products you'll need for live art. This blog is dedicated to breaking down the Do's, Don'ts and everything in between for Body Art.

  • Performance Makeup Calendar of Events: April 2014

    Check out these great Performance Makeup Events happening in April.

    April 12 Atlanta Fringe Festival Easter Art Hunt, Brownwood Park

    Events April 2014April 28th - May 2nd, 6pm-9pm The Makeup Lab: Series Class: Makeup Education for Film, TV & Video (CANCELLED BY INSTRUCTOR)

    Series Class: Makeup Education for Film, TV & Video

    Suitable For All Levels | Price: $450|

    The Atlanta film industry is booming, do you know what it takes to work for TV and Video productions in this city? We at BINDERS Performance Makeup want our makeup artists to be prepared and ready to work on any of the upcoming projects filming in Atlanta!

    These informative classes are both lecture and hands-on.  In Makeup Education for Film, TV & Video each day a different segment of the business will be highlighted and taught by a different professional makeup artist working in the industry.

    In this class you will learn:

    • What you need to include in your on set makeup kit
    • How to read and understand a script breakdown
    • How to set up your makeup trailer
    • How to budget a show
    • How to create unique character makeups to aesthetically please the producers, directors and actors
    • Find out what it takes to be a Department Head, Key, 2nd, 3rd, or a Dayplayer on set
    • Learn how to earn credits and apply for the union
    • Get hands-on experience
    • Learn from industry leaders

    Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this exciting and financially rewarding career field!

    *Call the store for student pricing and discounts.*

    Please note that seating is limited.  To reserve your seat in the Lab, to make payment, or for more information please call Binders Performance Makeup at (404)-237-6331x225 or email

    A non-refundable deposit of $150.00 will reserve your seat.

    Sunday, April 19, 2014 1pm-3pm Careers in Makeup Artistry

    Are you interested in a career in the exciting and fast growing profession of makeup?  Come to our career talk to hear from working professionals in the industry about the different opportunities available to working artists in Atlanta.

    Also, a union representative will be available to discuss how to apply for and get into the IATSE union.

    makeup Jam Valentines Day Sythe air brushing a Valentines' Day look.

    April 22-25, 2014 Airbrush Makeup 4-Day Boot Camp


    Airbrush makeup is the state of the art, revolutionary breakthrough system purposed for HD technology. Makeup is applied with an airbrush system that sprays a gentle mist of pigment that blankets your client’s skin. This extraordinary innovation can complete your foundation, eye shadow, eyebrows and even blush.Get the training that will help place you in front of and beyond your competition.  Paramount beauty educator, Synthe, helps leading artists aggressively position themselves in the market, pursue their objectives and develop skills to improve their productivity and performance.

    For more information contact Synthe at

    Sunday, April 27th, 11am-5:30pm The Makeup Lab: Professional Eyebrow Threading Bootcamp with Nicole Gates (CANCELLED)

    Professional Eyebrow Threading Bootcamp with Nicole Gates

    Suitable For All Levels | Price: $225 |

    PMU1408 | Sunday, April 27th, 11am-5:30pm

    Learn from Master Threader, Nicole Gatesduring this intensive 6.5 hour bootcamp!

    Through this class you will learn ABC’s of how to shape brows using the threading method.  Including:

    • Grooming techniques for both men and women
    • How to clean up hairs from the facial areas (sideburns, mustaches, other unwanted facial hair)
    • How to complete your brow look with scissor shaping, tweezers, and waxing
    • The proper after care for your clients

    The cost of this bootcamp is only $225.00.  There is a $25 non-refundable reservation fee included in this cost.

    (Please Note: There will be a follow up session for practice which is included in this price.)

    This price INCLUDES all of your supplies!

    You will earn a certificate of completion for attending this bootcamp!

    Please be aware that seating is limited:

    To reserve your seat, to make payment or for more information please call the Performance Makeup Department at Binders (404)-237-6331 or email Selena Miller at

    Sunday, April 27, 2014 2:30p-4:30p Atlanta Makeup Meetup

    Topic: Highlighting and Contouring

    Interested in makeup?  Are you a Makeup Professional? Makeup Blogger? Makeup Enthusiast?  Makeup Junkie?  Then this is the group for you!! This group is designed as a social and networking environment where participants will be exposed to and learn about the latest and greatest makeup tips and products!

    Get connected at

     April 28th - May 1st, 6pm-9pm The Makeup Lab Series Class: Advanced Makeup (CANCELLED BY INSTRUCTOR)

    The Makeup Lab Series Class: Advanced Makeup

    Suitable For Professionals and Experts | Price: $350|

    PMU1409 | April 28th - May 1st, 6pm-9pm and May 3rd, 9am-12pm

    At Binders Performance Makeup we are committed to keeping our artists informed and up to date on industry leading products, tools and equipment.  Stay competitive in the freelance makeup artist market by staying up to date with the latest products and application methods!  In this class you will learn:

    • Gain hands on experience
    • Learn from industry leaders
    • Learn the “must-have” items to include in your makeup kit
    • Learn how to custom blend foundation colors, powders and concealers
    • Learn face contouring and highlighting
    • Learn what it takes to be competitive in the freelance market
    • Learn how to create makeups for natural, business, evening, glamour and special events
    • Learn how to guide a photoshoot to get the shots you want!  Build your portfolio!

    This price includes a makeup kit but please call the store for student pricing and discounts.

    Please note seating is limited.  For more information please call (404)-237-6331x225 or email

    Saturday, May 3, 2014 1p-5p Atlanta Makeup Meetup Prom Makeup Give Back

    Performance Makeup Events April 2014Join the Atlanta Makeup Meetup as they work with GLINC to spread their love of makeup to girls on their way to Prom!  For more information

    Sunday, May 4, 2014 11a-5p Makeup Jam (Start times will be staggered.)

    Calling all Models, Photographers and Makeup Artists!  Need photos for your portfolio?  Looking to update your website?  Come to Binders Performance Makeup and create art!  For more information head to:

  • Portfolio Building at the Makeup Jam

    In late January, I had the opportunity to participate in a Makeup Jam at Binders Art Supplies and Frames.

    What is a Makeup Jam?

    I’m so glad you asked! A Makeup Jam is an event where makeup artists (both novice and seasoned), models, and photographers come together to focus on the best thing on earth…..MAKEUP!

    While playing in makeup seems to be the most important factor of this event (excuse my bias as a makeup artist), the event’s overall purpose is so much more!

    If you are a budding makeup artists participating in the Makeup Jam you get the awesome opportunity to work next to, assist, and gain hands on learning from seasoned makeup artists who have worked in the business for several years. While that may seem intimidating initially, it provides the budding makeup artist with helpful tips and tricks to ensure that their makeup application will be as flawless as possible.

    Makeup Jam Portfolio Building Mia Powers, Professional Makeup Artist, adds a little color to an everyday beauty look.

    What is also unique to this event is it offers the makeup artist with a model and photographer to work with.  This offers the makeup artist an opportunity to network with other professionals in the field.  You also gain experience creating work and walk away with stunning photos that aid in helping you build your portfolio and professional website! How awesome is that?

    This particular Makeup Jam provided me with such a rewarding experience; namely learning from some of the premiere makeup artists in Atlanta. For those who are more familiar with her YouTube name, MakeupbyRenRen attended the event and created a whimsical and fun look for St Patrick’s Day complete with lucky green eyebrows and shamrocks galore.

    Synthe, from SyntheOnline , (an accomplished airbrush makeup artist) was in attendance also and created an explosive Valentine’s Day look highlighting her airbrush bodypainting techniques, rhinestones and red glitter for the holiday.

    makeup Jam Valentines Day Synthe air brushing a Valentines' Day look.

    The techniques of brush and sponge bodypainting were taught and used by Carla Raleigh  to create a Mardi Gras themed makeup look.  All hats and headpieces for the specialty shots at the event were created by Mad Crazy Hatter designs.

    RenRen at Binders Makeup Jam RenRen adds a final touch to her Saint Patrick's day look.

    Other phenomenal makeup artists were on site too, Shalawn Willis the Beauty Architect and myself, and Jashley Alvarez.

    On site throughout the day were Ken Turner from Images by K Photography, Byron Arnold of Byron Arnold Photography, with Tony Arnold of Arnold Photography.  These gentlemen captured behind the scenes shots as well as professional well cropped images for professional networking purposes.

    Makeup Jam Photographers Photographers on site to help you build your makeup portfolio

    In short, if you are ever able to attend a Makeup Jam at Binders Performance Makeup, RUN TO YOUR NEAREST COMPUTER TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT! Such an experience could offer you an opportunity to develop your skills as an artist, expand your portfolio, and meet new people in the industry.

    Written by Mia Powers, Professional Makeup Artist

  • Neutralizing Color

    In art school we all learn about the color wheel.

    neutralizing colorWe learn that Red, Blue and Yellow are the primaries; Orange, Green and Purple are the secondaries and we learn about neutralizing color.

    Neutralizing color is the same across the board.  Across ALL of the mediums, including skin!

    If you are a beauty aficionado in any form you may be familiar with the concept of color correcting and neutralizing.  Much like what you learned in art school colors that are opposites on the color wheel neutralize each other: Red/Green, Yellow/Purple, Blue/Orange.

    What kind of imperfections are you seeing in your skin?

    Do you have a problem with Rosacea? Swollen red blemishes?  Correct those problems with a green concleaor.

    neutralizing colorAre you seeing bags underneath your eyes?  For years eye bags have been seen as a purple discoloration, to be corrected with yellow.  When I look at eye bags I tend to notice more blue than purple, so personally, I prefer to use a peach color to correct my eye bags.  For me this works great!  If you are having troubles color correcting those troubling eye bags try a little peach because remember yellow neutralizes purple and orange corrects blue.

    If yellow neutralized purple then of course the opposite holds true as well.

    If you are feeling a bit under the weather and your skin is looking sallow use a light purple/pink to perk your skin right up!

    Written by Carla Raleigh

  • Selena Evans Miller

    Meet Selena Evans Miller, professional makeup artist for TV and film

    Binders Performance Makeup is thrilled to be working with professional makeup artist, Selena Evans Miller. Selena has worked in the Entertainment Industry for over 25 years.

    The Makeup Lab Instructor Selena Image Courtesy of the Instructor

    Her makeup bookings have taken her to many places across the globe, which has allowed her to work in every medium from Feature Films, Television, Videos, Stage, Theater and Print.

    You have witnessed her makeup artistry, on many major film, TV, rock stars, supermodels and celebrity's, on such projects as:

    The Hunger Games, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Vampire Diaries, The Originals, Edward Scissorhands, Lawless, Ace Ventura, 2Fast 2Furious, Miami Vice, Big Momma 3, Joyful Noise, Marvin's Room, Ray, Rosewood, Major Payne, Passenger 57, Problem Child 2, All My Children (Soap Opera), Celene Dion (A New Day Vegas Show) and many more...

    Being a Professional Makeup Artist, is just one of her many talents, Selena is also a licensed skin care expert, nail technician, certified eyelash extension technician, massage therapist and fashion stylist

    What is next for this celebrated artist, Selena reveals that she has a makeup book in the works, where she will share many tricks and tips of the makeup world, so you too can have, a career like hers among **THE STARS**....

    Miss Selena, tell us a little about yourself

    SEM: I was raised in a small town, outside of Pittsburgh Pa, but I never dreamed that I would grow up to be, working on major feature films, tv shows, stage, theater and in print.

    My career of over 25 years has taken me all over the world and given me so many fantastic memories such as, being back stage in Celene Dion dressing room, doing her makeup for her stage show "A New Day" in Vegas, or on stage with "The Rolling Stones" rock band, assisting the head makeup artist for the Stones, while they were on tour in the USA or on the set of "The Pirates of the Caribbean and "The Hunger Games" 2, doing The Capital Makeup's, for Academy Award Winning Makeup Artist and Department Head "Ve Neill"

    I started out doing makeup for family and friends then to various department stores as a Beauty Advisor for Estee Lauder (Resident Makeup Artist), Elizabeth Arden, Prescriptives, Gale Haymen, Flori Roberts, Adrien Arpel, then I moved on to print, runway, commercials, videos, television shows, opera, independent films and then to feature films

    What projects are you currently working on?

    SEM: Currently, I am working on the 3rd and 4th installments of "The Hunger Games" as a Makeup Artist.  I am also the Department Head of 2nd Unit Makeup, this means that I have to make sure that all the "extras" (talent) have the correct look for the scenes that we are shooting that day

    What does your studio look like?

    SEM:  Besides being a freelance makeup artist, I also have a makeup studio for doing custom blended makeup and powders, I also do brow design, lash extensions, and makeovers.  This also allows me to practice new looks and brush up on my skills

    What are your plans for 2014?  Any interesting upcoming projects?

    SEM:  I plan to continue doing my freelance movie and TV work and to teach a series of Makeup Artistry classes, at Binders Performance Makeup.  I also plan to publish my makeup and makeup career books out this year!

    For more information, please visit Selena’s website.

    Written by Carla Raleigh

  • Professional Eyebrow Threading

    Professional Eyebrow Threading Bootcamp with Nicole Gates

    threading bootcampAbout The Bootcamp

    Learn from Master Threader, Nicole Gates during this intensive 8 hour eyebrow threading bootcamp!

    Through this class you will learn ABC’s of how to shape brows using the threading method.  Including:

    • Grooming techniques for both men and women
    • How to clean up hairs from the facial areas (sideburns, mustaches, other unwanted facial hair)
    • How to complete your brow look with scissor shaping, tweezers, and waxing
    • The proper after care for your clients

    Your supplies are INCLUDED in this course.

    You will earn a certificate of completion for attending this bootcamp!

    For more information please call the Performance Makeup Department at Binders (404)-237-6331.

    Meet Nicole Gates, "The Guru of Eyebrows"

    Nicole has been called " of the best eyebrow designers in the professional beauty industry" and "...the Guru of eyebrows".

    Her clients refer to her Brow Couture Design service as "Magnificent” and "Genius".  Now she is ready to help YOU sculpt amazing eyebrows on every client, every time.

    Having once being a student herself, she knows how difficult and expensive it can be for students to travel to an out of town class.  She has developed Threading Bootcamp, a program that is easy to understand and can be completed around your busy schedule.

    When did you begin your practice as an eyebrow threading specialist?

    NG:  My obsession began in 2005, while earning my Esthetician's License at a local Atlanta beauty academy.  I was disheartened that very little time was spent on eyebrow shaping, so I went off on my own to learn about the different theories of eyebrow design.

    How has your practice grown, making you the artist you are today?

    NG:  Over the past 8 years I have crafted my skills, developed a signature style of eyebrow shaping and built a successful clientele dedicated solely to eyebrow design.   With a consistent retention rate near 100%, I have developed a service at her Studio that is in demand, and I can teach you how to as well!

    What other specialties and certifications do you have?

    NG: I am a Licensed Esthetician in Atlanta, Ga.  In addition to my extensive study/training in Eyebrow Design, I have earned professional certificates in:

    Satin Smooth - Waxing Specialist in Professional Epilation Techniques, and I am a Certified Eyelash Extensionist.

    eyebrow threading

  • Performance Makeup Events February 2014

    We've got a great line up of Performance Makeup Events February 2014!

    Atlanta Makeup Events February 2014 Photo credit: Byron Arnold Photography
    Performance Makeup: Synthe
    Hat Design: Carla Raleigh

    Feb 14—1 Billon Rising for Justice/Vday

    Feb 15—Atlanta Makeup Meetup 1-3p

    Binders Performance Makeup

    Interested in makeup?  Are you a Makeup Professional? Makeup Blogger? Makeup Enthusiast?  Makeup Junkie?  Then this is the group for you!! This group is designed as a social and networking environment where participants will be exposed to and learn about the latest and greatest makeup tips and products!

    Get connected at

    Love your Mother Earth Show

    Feb 16—ProMUA Panel, Guest Artist Connor McCullough 2-4p

    Binders Performance Makeup

    Bi-montly, Binders Performance Makeup invites an industry leader to speak to the budding talent of Atlanta.  These discussions focus on The Profession of Makeup Artistry for the Motion Picture Industry, Current and Future.  Guest Artists speak to the highlights of their career, tips and tricks of the trade, and industry advice.  Past Guest Artists include: Nikoletta Skarlatos.

    A $5 suggested donation benefits The Chelko Foundation.

    Feb 22-- Makeup Artist 101 – The Essentials to a Complete Makeover 2-4p

    Binders Performance Makeup


     Feb 23-- Professional Brow Threading Bootcamp   11am TO 6pm


    Feb 24-27—Advanced Makeup 6pm-9pm with corresponding photoshoot March 1st from 9am-12pm


  • Performance Makeup Open House

    Binders Hosts Performance Makeup Open House

    For those of us that weren't as fortunate as others to attend the International Makeup And Trade Show (IMATS) in LA this weekend, we decided to attend an event just as exciting here in Atlanta, GA.

    The Performance Makeup Department at Binders Art Supplies and Frames orchestrated an Open House for makeup junkies, makeup artists, and lovers of the entertainment industry.

    The afternoon was filled with raffle prizes, valuable information, networking, and of course shopping for makeup!

    makeup open house

    Subjects such as flawless foundation application, tax preparation for entertainment professionals, how to successfully market your business through social media, as well as airbrush application were presented.

    You too can learn from professionals in the makeup and entertainment industry!

    Be sure to check the Binders Performance Makeup page on Facebook! for upcoming events, sales, and featured product highlights  are all yours at the click of your mouse!

    Written by Mia Powers, Makeup Artist

  • Meet Makeup Artist 101 Instructor Ren Ren

    Meet Makeup by Ren Ren!  Beauty Blogger extraordinaire, makeup artist, host of the Atlanta Makeup Meetup, and course instructor for Makeup Artist 101: The Essentials to a Complete Makeover

    makeup artist 101Tell us a little about yourself.

    I'm a 30 year old, self-taught beauty entrepreneur.  I love this industry and hope to share the magic of makeup with my fellow beauty junkies.

    What are you working on currently?

    I am consistently blogging and vlogging on the newest products and beauty trends while at the same time planning for upcoming beauty trade shows, makeup classes and blogger events.

    How would you describe your practice?

    I do it all!  It mainly resolves around educating my audience around beauty - this translates to my online world as well as the opportunity to meet viewers in person.  Not only do I blog, but I also have an active freelance makeup practice.  This has also translated to producing makeup brush lines that I know my clients/viewers will love.  In the end, my goal is to build a beauty brand.

    What challenges me most about the creative process?

    I always try to push myself out my comfort zone which is sometimes scary but so worth it in the end.  Each year I create a vision board to make sure that I am better than before - including new makeup techniques, increasing my artistry, and building a better business.

    What can you tell us about your workspace / studio?

    I love my home studio - it's a haven filled with cosmetics where I review/test/and apply product.  I film videos/take product shots and apply makeup to clients in one, fabulous space.  The key is to have a space dedicated to your business that inspires you as well as motivates you to be productive.  Did I mention my Marilyn Monroe wall painting - "Beneath the makeup and behind the smile I am just a girl who wishes for the world" - Yes!

    What inspires you the most to create?

    I see beauty in anything - nature, strangers in the street, a tv's an indescribable feeling that motivates me to translate the beauty into my world so that I can share it with my audience.

    What are you planning in 2014, any major projects on the horizon?

    I hope to plan an extension to my brush lines, travel around the world and host more classes and meet and greats.  Bigger and better, here I come world!

    Do you have any ‘must-have’ products or techniques?  What are they?

    I am a sucker for professional product lines - they perform better, are more cost-effective and they beat out the luxury lines in the department store.  Makeup Brushes can make or break the look as well.

    What has been one of the most memorable experiences you’ve had while working in Atlanta?

    I definitely call Atlanta home - the opportunities are endless.  From creating and hosting Atlanta Makeup Meetup groups, to doing makeup for fashion shows and upcoming artists as well as exuberant brides, it's made me the person I am today.

    Written by Carla Raleigh

  • Makeup Brush Cleaning Tutorial

    Makeup brushes.  We all use them…but are you cognizant of how you care for them?

    Makeup brushes can be a breeding ground for bacteria and as we would be remiss not to include a how to in our “New Year, New You, New Makeup” segment.

    One of the most common questions we get is, “How often should I clean my brushes?” Thoroughly clean, once a week (meaning with brush soap and water), however, if you are using your brushes on clients and persons other than yourself, after EVERY use (use a sanitizing brush cleaner like BeautySoClean brush cleaner and wipe the contents out of your brushes with a paper towel.)

    Cleaning your brushes regularly will help maintain the bristle structure as well as increase the lifespan of your brushes.

    Makeup Brush Cleaning Regimen—Personal Use

    If you have just used your brushes to apply your own makeup and do not plan on using them again until you put your makeup on the next morning:

    MakeupBrushCleanerTruthfully, you don’t need to clean your brushes out thoroughly. However, if you are a germ-o-phobe, like me, I would suggest cleaning them after each use with a product like BeautySoClean Brush Sanitizer.

    Bacteria naturally occur on our skin, we all know this and I prefer that my brushes don’t have the same bacteria sitting on them tomorrow as they did today!

    To quick cleanse your brushes simply spray the bristles with the brush cleaner, an even mist is more than sufficient, do not saturate the bristle.  Take a clean paper towel or tissue and work the bristles back and forth drawing out the excess makeup product from the brush.  Leave the brush out to ‘dry’ and it will be sanitary and ready for you to use again the next day!

    Whether or not you choose to do a daily cleaning of your brushes a weekly cleaning is absolutely mandatory!  I know you all know what it feels like when you don’t; makeup build up in your brushes can cause them to get scratchy…no one likes to beat their face in the morning with a scratchy brush!

    There are a number of different ways to thoroughly clean your brushes.  The three most common are a hard brush soap, a liquid brush soap, or olive oil.  For most cleanings brush soap (hard or liquid) are perfectly fine, however, if your brushes are excessively soiled use olive oil.

    To clean your brushes:

    1.      Saturate the bristle of the brush with lukewarm water.
    2.      Work the brush soap into the bristles by swirling them in a clockwise motion.  If you are using hard brush soap swirl the brush directly on the soap, if you are using a liquid pour a dime-sized amount onto the palm of your hand.
    3.      Once the soap has been worked up the bristle shaft turn the faucet back on at lukewarm temperature.
    4.      Under the running water swirl the brush in a counter clockwise motion against the palm of your hand to draw out the product and soap from the bristles of the brush.
    5.      Repeat steps 2-4 until the water that is rinsed out of the brush is clear.
    6.      Clean the handles and ferrules (metal banding) of your brushes with soap and water.
    7.      Reshape the bristles of the brush back into their natural shape and leave them on an absorbent surface to air-dry.

    If your brushes are excessively soiled use olive oil to clean them.

    To clean brushes with olive oil:

    1.      Dispense a small amount of olive oil onto a clean paper towel.  Never put oil directly onto the brush head.  Doing this could oil soak the bristles of your brush.
    2.      Swirl the brush on the towel until all of the makeup residue is out of the bristles.
    3.      Clean with hard soap or liquid soap as usual.

    Makeup Brush Cleaning Regimen—Professional Use

    For sanitation reasons, you will want to quick cleanse your brushes after each and every client.  To quick cleanse your brushes simply spray the bristles with the brush cleaner, an even mist is more than sufficient, do not saturate the bristle.

    Take a clean paper towel or tissue and work the bristles back and forth drawing out the excess makeup product from the brush.

    Leave the brush out to ‘dry’ and it will be sanitary and ready for you to use again!

    Nightly, you will need to thoroughly clean your brushes.  To clean your brushes follow the easy steps outlined above!

    Article written by Carla Raleigh, Performance Makeup Specialize with Binders Art Supplies and Frames

  • Makeup Expiration Tips

    The Dirty on Makeup Expiration

    Is your makeup separating?

    Does it have a funny smell?

    Has the color quality changed?

    Does it look dry or cakey in the container?

    Did you know that your makeup expires after a certain period of time?

    Cosmetic companies are not required by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) to label makeup products with an expiration date. Some makeup companies choose to place a symbol on their products that looks like an open jar.  This symbol contains a number and the letter “m” (month) or “Y” (Year) in the center, which tells you approximately how many months or years your makeup is good for once opened.  However, this number is only an approximation and it does not include the amount of time a product may have sat on the shelf.

    Keep yourself healthier in the New Year by following these simple guidelines when it comes to the length of time you keep your makeup products:

    Some of these time deadlines can be extended with the regular use of a cosmetic sanitizer, like BeautySoClean.

    For more information about BeautySoClean check out our product review here by clicking this link!

    Makeup Expiration Dates

    Article written by Carla Raleigh, Performance Makeup Specialize with Binders Art Supplies and Frames

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