1 / Beauty & Fashion, TV & Film, Stage & Artistic6 months
o January 4th – June 17th, 2016
o July – December, 2016
Duration: 660 Educational hours
Course hours: 10.00am - 5.30pm
Price: $16,900* + $100 registraion fee. Total: $17,000
*kit included, must bring own brushes, payment plan available, Includes 12 photo shoots!
• $100 registration fee with enrollment agreement
•1 page essay: why you love makeup/why you want to be trained at our academy
•7-10 images of your work (these do not have to be professional photos)
•Copy of high school diploma or higher education
•*interview will be scheduled*
•$2,500 deposit if accepted to hold spot in class
•$3,500 Beauty / Fashion due by December 21st, 2015
•$6,000 TV / Film due by February 16th, 2016
•$4,900 Stage/ Artistic due by April 18th, 2016
• In addition: 12 photo shoot images ($30 per image for retouching)
• Opportunity to apply for our Ambassador Program.
Program offerings are organized into four levels :
Level 1 – Beauty
Level 2 – Fashion
Level 3 – TV & Film
Level 4 – Stage & Artistic
BEAUTY & FASHION, LEVEL 1/2
Level 1 will cover all aspects of fashion, beauty, product awareness, hygiene, tools of the trade, skin analysis, face shapes, skin color, eyebrow shaping, color correcting (understanding the color wheel) and highlighting. Level 2 will review the historical “golden era” of vintage Hollywood dating back to the 1930s, 40s and 50s. A basic understanding of these poignant glamour styles of make up is vital for building the foundation of any modern make up artist. The architectural sculpted face, arched expressive brow, perfect smoky eyes, and sharp painted lip are all key focuses. This module will highlight the drama and glamour of an era of decadence.
• Beginning as a make up artist
• Product knowledge
• Color theory and color wheel
• Overview of basic skin care and analysis
• Facial anatomy
• Visual and career development
• Mastering the eye, eyeliner, false lash application and lip application
• Highlighting and contouring
• Bridal make up
• Skin tone confidence
• Refine blending
• Glamour make up
• Analyze editorial and catwalk make up/trends
• History of make up
TV & FILM, LEVEL 3
Level 3 is tailored for students desiring to work in the television and film industries as a make up artist. The student will develop technical application and professional skills alongside creative and conceptual initiatives. This level will emphasize the fundamental elements of special effects make up: basic prosthetics, creation of simulated injuries and aging make up, facial hair, bald cap and airbrush application. Prerequisite: Levels 1, 2.
• Script breakdown
• High definition
• Visual and career development
• Beard, mustache and aging application
• Latex and wax application
• Bruises, cuts, lacerations, grazing, scarring, skin disorders, etc.
• Accident and emergency effects
• Bald caps, basic prosthetics, airbrush and tattoo coverage
STAGE & ARTISTIC, LEVEL 4
Level 4 focuses on character development for theater, opera, musicals and other stage shows. Specific transformation techniques are taught, including old age, personality changes, period characters through face painting, body painting, design, carnival make up for children, etc. The first day will be spent exploring the techniques and learning how to use dedicated body painting brushes. Visual development will be emphasized in this level, giving students the opportunity to use skills and theory in an “out of the box” context. Students will be challenged to boost creativity through research and critical thinking. The knowledge and applicable skills of this course will allow artists to fulfill any request in the field. Students will push the boundaries of conventional make up and gain confidence in the techniques of extreme make up, as well as regular make up. Training in light, shading, perspective and depth, students will experience an immensely rewarding growth in their level of artistry. By learning how to use oil and water based body paint, students will be armed with the technical knowledge to understand how products perform under varying conditions to produce the desired results.
• Stage knowledge
• Cabaret, opera, fantasy make up
• Visual development
• Character making
• Highlighting and shading
• Face and body painting
Note: There will be nudity during the body painting course and a consent form will be provided for signature approval before the beginning of the class.