After the completion of this course, participants can progress onto VTCT Level 3 VRQ Diploma in Beauty Therapy General (QCF) and VTCT Level 3 VRQ Diploma in Hairdressing (QCF).
This course is ideal for students with a serious interest in Theatrical and Media Make-up with hairdressing. It includes: working in related industries, camouflage make up, airbrushed face make up, designing face and body art, fashion and photographic make up, SFX, creative hair and design, media make up, style and dress hair, and applying prosthetic pieces and bald caps.
This course will build on your skills and passion for makeup, by teaching you how to provide character make-up techniques, remove special effects, media and make-up. You will study health and safety associated with anatomy and physiology, practical skills for make-up, Functional Skills in maths and English.
This course will prepare you with the skills needed to begin a career within the theatrical media make up field. It has been specifically designed to develop your practical skills and media make-up techniques which are used throughout the industry.
You will study the following topics: Working in beauty related industries, health and safety practice, Creative hairdressing design skills, Design and apply face and body art, Fashion and photographic makeup, Application of airbrush makeup, Fashion and photographic makeup, Media makeup, Application of prosthetic pieces and bald caps, Camouflage makeup, Hair extensions and Styling and hairdressing techniques.
Examples of units to be studied are likely to include the following: Health and safety, Creative Hairdressing Design Skills, Face and Body Art, Fashion and Photographic Makeup, Airbrush Makeup, Media Makeup, Style and Fit postiche, Apply Prosthetic pieces and bald caps This programme comprises 56 credits. You will also study Maths and/or English as part of your programme.
This is a qualification that has been specifically designed to develop your practical skills to an advanced level through a variety of techniques in the following units: media, fashion, photographic, special effects and camouflage make-up, creation and application of prosthetics and prostiche and how to apply the complex skill of airbrushing. To further enhance your skills and increase your employability opportunities, you will also have the opportunity to cover the following additional units in casting of bald caps and creative styling and dressing of hair.
Start your career as a Theatre MAU (Make Up Artist) and learn the skills you need to break into this exciting industry. This course, taught in London (Covent Garden), Birmingham & Leicester city centres, will cover applying make up for different periods in time, camouflage, aging, creating scars & bruises including fake wounds and blood, applying basic prosthetics and other types of media make up.
Ever wondered how the hair and make-up effects you have seen in film, video or photo have been created? This course will enable you to learn key elements of performance and image make-up, fashion and photography make-up and skin camouflage, including: - Media make-up (special effects) - Camouflage make-up - Fashion and photographic make-up - Applying prosthetic pieces and bald caps - Monitor and maintain health and safety practice in the salon - Client care and communication in beauty related industries - Style and fit postiche (wigs, facial hair and hairpieces) - Apply airbrush make-up to the face You will also learn about the history of make-up, and begin to see where such skills can take you - TV, film or internet media for example. You will also enhance your customer service skills and team-work.
You will produce avant-garde and commercial looks, including the hair styling and costumes to complement your make-up design. Develop your skills to create looks that could be used in film, television, fashion and media.
This is a two year full time course. About the course This is an exciting and mainly practical course.
This course will give you the knowledge, practical experience and confidence to pursue a career in the make-up industry as a professional make-up artist for theatre, video or television. Successfully completing the full Extended Diploma allows progress to a higher education course, such as the College’s FdA Live Performance and Events foundation degree.
What does this programme involve? On this one year programme, you will learn about various aspects of hair and media make-up, such as: • How to monitor and maintain health and safety practice in the salon • Provide client care and communication • Apply airbrush make-up to the face • Undertake camouflage make-up, media make-up (ageing etc.), fashion and photographic make-up • Style and fit postiche • Apply prosthetic pieces and bald caps • Anatomy and physiology • Henna • Eyelash and eyebrow treatments • Creative hairstyling • Bridal hair styling We deliver a varied and diverse learning experience.
Who is the course for? This course is for those interested in advanced hair and make-up techniques in preparation for a career as a make-up artist in film, television, and live performances. Applicants should be enthusiastic about the industry and have some knowledge of special effects and media make-up.
This is a blended learning programme with practical classes in college for demonstration, practise of techniques and assessment, whilst completing technology based theory online remotely. This is a preparation for work qualification based on capability and knowledge in the planning an application of theatrical make-up.
Do you dream of becoming a make-up artist to the stars of screen or stage? Well dream no more! This diploma is ideal for those interested in an exciting career in film, TV, stage or other media purposes, and will cover topics including fashion and photographic make-up, how to apply prosthetic pieces and bald caps, how to apply air brush make-up and more. Practical work experience will also be provided in the College's state-of-the-art beauty salon Harmony.
This course will further advance your skills to prepare you for employment in the make-up industry. This hands-on course covers the requirements for the application of specialised make-up and artificial hair for theatrical and media purposes.
During the course you will study a range of make up and hair services in the performing arts sector, including theatrical and special effects makeup for example prosthetics. You will work with other learners on different course levels in this curriculum area.
This exciting, intensive 1-year makeup course will enable you to develop the essential skills needed for a career in specialist makeup. The course covers the following subjects: Basic airbrush skills Media makeup Camouflage makeup Fashion makeup Photographic makeup How to apply basic prosthetics Creative hair styling Facial hair and wigs Health and safety Client care.
This course covers specialised make-up techniques including theatre, ageing and historical/period make-up special effects.Special effects make up will be supplied but your own make up will also be needed.
LONDON HAIR AND BEAUTY LTD
Next start: Tue 7th Jul
Cost: £834.00 per course
LONDON ACADEMY OF MEDIA, FILM AND TV
Next start: You arrange
Cost: £320.00 per course
THE LONDON BEAUTY COLLEGE
Next start: You arrange
Cost: £2,995.00 per course
LONDON HAIR AND BEAUTY LTD
Cost: £3,834.00 per course
ESSENTIAL TRAINING ACADEMY
Cost: £2,955.00 per course
Location: St Helens