Course Descriptions 11 courses:
105 clock hours M-F Days 3 Weeks or T/Th Eves 3 Months
This begins your evolution as an artist. We help you transform your image, develop the professional traits of a successful artist, and build a strong foundation in the essential techniques of beauty makeup artistry. Short lectures, video presentations, and live demonstrations are followed by guided practice emphasizing the individual elements of makeup application. This course is recommended for beginners and artists who have worked at a retail counter and lack technical training. It emphasizes the attention to detail necessary to work in every media. The course includes:
Tuition $1950 Material Fees $750
28 clock hours M-F 4 Days or T/Th 7 EvesAirbrushing makeup is the preferred technique for digital photography and HDTV (high definition television). Those specializing in print-work, fashion, and bridal makeup need to master this skill. Airbrushing provides a camera-ready velvety texture in a quarter of the time it takes to do traditional makeup application. This class covers basic application (including eye makeup, blush, and lip color).
Tuition $675 Makeup Kits & Supplies $450
21 clock hours M-F 3 Days or T/Th 5 Eves - pre-requisites Fundamental & AirbrushingThis course covers ‘camera ready’ makeup for bridal and special events. Airbrushing Makeup is a pre-requisite as both brides and photographers request it. Students learn current trends and classic looks for any occasion from a big-city black tie extravaganza to a simple oceanfront ceremony. Students adapt makeup for in-studio photo shoots or outdoor events. They also learn how to market their services, create bridal contracts and develop a thriving bridal business.
Tuition $500 Material Fees $0
126 clock hours M-F Days 4 Weeks or T/Th Eves 4 Months - pre-requisites Fundamental, Airbrushing, Wedding & Event MakeupThis course is staged in a different atmosphere. Students now comprise a creative team; they learn to work with designers, models, creative directors and photographers. Print advertising, catalog layouts, fashion editorial work, black & white and color photography, and runway shows are included. Students learn how to research, design, and execute successful advertising campaigns and magazine editorial spreads ranging from commercial ‘clean beauty’ to high fashion ‘glam’ and fantasy makeup.
Students’ work is captured in several photo shoots including a commercial headshot, a black & white photo, a high fashion editorial shot, and a vintage fashion shot. Artists’ responsibilities include research, design, makeup, hair and wardrobe styling. The work is evaluated on editorial style, beauty and makeup proficiency.
Students learn how to build a winning portfolio and plan their marketing strategy.
Tuition $2950 Material Fees $300
167 clock hours M-F Days 5 weeksIn film and television, a makeup artist’s job is to help create characters real and fantasy from all time periods. This course teaches the necessary skills to transform actors into whatever the script requires. Students learn many elements of character effects makeup and how to break down a script, plan the makeup prior to the shooting of scenes, and ensure accurate continuity. Topics covered:
Tuition $3500 Material Fees $500
98 clock hours M-F Days 3 Weeks - pre-requisites Fundamental, Airbrushing, Wedding & Event Makeup, Makeup for FashionThis course introduces students to the fundamental skills necessary to work in television and film, including music videos, commercials, daytime television, sitcoms, reality shows, TV series, news broadcasts, and films. Breaking down a script, industry terminology & protocols, creating a continuity journal and morgue, high definition techniques and products, and pre-production responsibilities are all included.
Tuition $1500 Material Fees $200
35 clock hours M-F Days 1 Week - pre-requisites Fundamental, Airbrushing, CharacterThis course prepares students for work in the performing arts including musicals, operas, ballets and live concerts. Students learn the principles of stage makeup including technical terminology and lighting effects. This course teaches the different airbrushing and brush techniques used in body painting such as Clown, Kabuki, Geisha, Skull, Animal, Day of the Dead Masks, and Cirque du Soleil.
Tuition $800 Material Fees $100
210 clock hours
M-F Days 6 Weeks
This course equips students with makeup & lab techniques to create special effects for film, television, and theater. Students learn about silicone, gelatin, and foam latex materials. They design, create, and apply prosthetic and dental appliances. The process includes conceptualization, life casting, sculpting, molding and application techniques.
Blood delivery methods are also included. Students learn and practice the art of application, utilizing proper placement, coloration and blending to create realistic characters. The final project for the special effects makeup artist school is captured in a photo shoot.
Tuition $4200 Makeup Kits & Supplies $600
M-F Days 3 Weeks - pre-requisites Special FX Prosthetics Makeup
90 clock hours- pre-requisite FX-2
Students learn how to design, construct and mold an advanced three dimensional sculpted character. This course is ideal for artists interested in working in a special makeup effects lab building projects for film, television and theatrical productions, haunted houses, toy or video game productions and theme parks. Our FX Makeup students produce a completed creature from conceptual design to final application. Their final project is captured in a photo shoot.
Tuition $1720 Makeup Kits & Supplies $400