Part Time Media Makeup Course
One day a week – 1 year (42 weeks)
Part Time Makeup Course
42 Week Media Makeup Course
We understand that it can be difficult to commit to full-time education, especially when you’re considering a change of career, which is why we offer a part-time media makeup course for people who want to take the first steps into the industry.
During your time on this course, you’ll learn everything from theatrical makeup to editorial makeup, giving you the skills you need to launch your career as a media makeup artist. Students who graduate from the course will be fully qualified to work in the media, either in theatre, television, film, photography or catwalk – to name a few!
In addition to studying in college one day per week, students will be required to complete coursework outside of college hours in order to complete the theory required for the qualification.
Flexible Payment Plan Tailored to You
9th January 2020
Hair block and Kit provided
Makeup brushes included
Free Onsite Parking
Application of Bases/powders/concealers etc, eye shapes, eyebrows, lip shapes/colours. Facial contouring.
Nude looks, beauty make-up and Make-up for men. Camouflage and corrective make-up. Health and safety
20th Century fashion makeup for TV Film and Photographic
Fashion/Editorial Make-up, looking at lighting and working on set.
Smokey eyes, glamorous Creative looks using materials other than make-up.
High Fashion and Catwalk makeup.
Colour theory, design sheets and portfolio building.
Airbrushing Starting with the basics of cosmetic airbrush work including for high def.
Bridal industry makeup.
SFX Casualty effects and basic prosthetics application
Applying basic materials such as directly applied wax, gelatine and silicone. Including colouring, and finishing.
Wounds using applied prosthetic pieces. Including colouring and blending for a realistic finish on camera.
Bruising, Illness, death and shock.
Skin disease, dirtying down.
Old age stipple
Body Painting Using all techniques including airbrushing, hard masking, stencilling, free handing, blending etc
Unit 3 & 4
Character Make-up for Theatre, film and TV
Makeup for men and women in theatre.
Contouring, old age and facial hair.
Blocking out eyebrows and changing eye shapes.
Hair styling, basic blow drying, curling straitening, rollers (wet and dry) pinning, backcombing, use of tools and equipment, use of products.
Plaiting of all kinds.
Hair styling for Bridal
Hair styling for TV and Film.
Catwalk and fashion Hair styling, including Avant Garde
UNIT 5 & 6
Getting hair prepared and ready for a wig. Learning how to do a cling film wrap and measurements to have wigs made.
Applying 3/4 wigs, toupees, wefts and hairpieces.
Blocking wigs and general wig care.
Prepping and measuring techniques.
Applying beards, moustaches, eyebrows, sideburns on face. Measurements for having facial hair made. Fitting a lace beard, moustache, sideburns and eye brows.
Period hair and make-up
20th Century and historic fashions of hair styling and makeup techniques including 1920’s-1980’s 18th century, Egyptian, Edwardian, Grecian, etc
Period makeup for Theatre
Period makeup for TV and Film
UNIT 7 & 8
Industry studies You will learn all about working on the set of a TV program or film, a photographic studio and theatre production. Working to briefs, mood boards, continuity, set etiquette and Script breakdown…
Portfolio building, assessments and test papers.
Spaces are limited, so book your place today!