No, not the "let's break-up and make-up" kind of thing; the actual industry for makeup artists for television. I caught this little tidbit in Sunday's print magazine "Parade" and this archive link will work on December 5th (gotta love the speed of print mags).
A Parade reader asked about "aging actresses like Heather Locklear" having flawed skin more noticable in HDTV. Aside from standard micropolishing and laser toning, it appears that makeup artists and set lighting designers have their hands full making the stars look good in high-def. Expect a 'rash' of new techniques in both industries to help folks like Heather look good. [Heather: if you're reading this, we think you're just fine in SD and HD!]