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A make-up artist can learn how to provide a services to clients seeking to change the aesthetics of their face or body for events, special appearances or performances. Make-up artists use a variety of skin products and prosthetics to achieve this.
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Want to be a professional make-up artist, working in places like English National Opera and West End theatres, or the BBC and ITV, and on major film productions with dire
Want to be a professional make-up artist, working in places like English National Opera and West End theatres, or the BBC and ITV, and on major film productions with directors like Steven Spielberg, Tim Burton and Danny Boyle?
That’s exactly what our graduates have gone on to achieve, and with this course under your belt, there’s every chance for you to follow suit.
This unique programme will give you:
An in-depth understanding of the media make-up industry.
Insight into the role of make-up artists in relation to stage, TV and film, fashion editorial and promotional shoots.
The skills and creative flair to use make-up to express emotions, transform faces and portray character.
The technical and artistic skills for complete make-up transformations.
The research skills required to ensure the quality and accuracy of character portrayal.
Skills in the art of hair work, character development, body painting, postiche (wig-making) and prosthetics.
A comprehensive portfolio of work to show prospective employers.
The opportunity to undertake work-based learning and live projects in the media world.
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