Certificate of Makeup Design and Production
Do you dream about working in fashion, film, television or theatre?
Want to see your makeup designs on the big screen? A qualification in makeup design is the first step to making your dream come true. The industry is highly creative and technical with a large range of career opportunities available worldwide to qualified makeup artists.
The Certificate in Makeup Design and Production offers extensive, hands-on learning of a range of techniques in all areas of makeup including: beauty, high fashion and photographic, theatre, television, film and special effects makeup. If you are looking for an all-encompassing makeup programme, then this is the programme for you.
Basic Corrective and Fashion Makeup: you begin by learning about skin care, face shapes, contouring, highlighting, and base matching. As skills increase, you complete projects ranging from natural, glamour, evening, male, mature, bridal and high fashion makeup looks to avant-garde, editorial, HDTV and modern decade interpretations.
Character and Decade: this module gives you an introduction to stage, screen and fantasy makeup, and body art. You learn to create characters using specialist techniques and also explore the history of makeup and hairstyling throughout the decades.
Special FX/Prosthetics/Aging: you will create simulated trauma and burn injuries, aging, horror looks, natural and fantasy bald caps and prosthetics. You will also learn to sculpt, mould, apply and paint your own basic prosthetic creations.
Hairstyling: this module covers the basic fundamentals of hairstyling, hot styling equipment and basic blow drying techniques. You will also cover up-styles, both traditional and contemporary, lace front wig application and blocking, use of hair pieces and laying on facial hair.
Photography/Portfolio: learn about basic model photography principles including studio portraiture and outdoor location shoots. You will produce a portfolio covering a range of course work. Hair and makeup work is critiqued on camera and captured in photo sessions throughout the course.
Airbrushing: develop an understanding of the airbrush, its functions and its uses within makeup artistry including the application of beauty makeup, covering tattoos and creating fantasy looks.
Our graduates will be qualified to begin their career as an entry-level makeup artist. Employment opportunities include:
- Makeup artist in industries such as fashion, film, television, theatre and modelling
- Makeup artist in a beauty salon
- Sales Consultant
- Freelance Makeup Artist
2017 Intake Dates
(We’re accepting enrolments for this course right up until 27 February. It’s not too late to enrol!)
41 weeks including 5 weeks of holiday.
Email us for entry requirements.
- Tuition fees: $20,500.00
- Course related costs: $2,700-$3,000.00
Certificate in Makeup Design & Production - Level 4