Consolidated Basic Makeup I & II

Consolidated Basic Makeup I & II

from 2,000.00

This course is designed for those students who want to take an intensive, one-week program combining Basic Makeup I and Basic Makeup II.   As with Basic Makeup I, the instructors will discuss and show the contents of a complete makeup artist kit. Students will learn proper hygiene and sanitation. Skin type identification, color theory, facial anatomy and light makeup applications will be taught, as well.

As with Basic Makeup II, principles and methods of Basic Makeup I will be taken further in order to learn corrective makeup techniques (highlight and contour) to alter the face shape as well as the eyes, lips and cheeks. Additionally students will have the opportunity to apply makeup to models of varying skin tones, ethnicities, ages and genders.

In addition to the tuition cost, There will be a one time fee for The Basic Makeup Kit ($800), which is available for purchase at the School.

This course can be used as 42 hours towards Continuing Education. Make Up First® is an approved sponsor under the IL Barber Act.

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Instructors: Jill GlaserMacKenzie GustafsonRachael Heimbuch

This course is designed for those students who want to take an intensive, one-week program combining Basic Makeup I and Basic Makeup II.

As with Basic Makeup I, the instructors will discuss and show the contents of a complete makeup artist kit; and the importance of gathering research for inspiration in a “look book” will be stressed. Proper hygiene and sanitation practices will be introduced in Basic I and carried throughout all courses taught at the School. Skin types will be identified and prepped (for foundation) accordingly. Following an introduction to color and light theory, various foundations will be selected according to the evaluation of skin type and temperature undertone. Students will learn the basics of facial anatomy, and will learn the fundamentals of eyes, lips and cheeks to complete a natural, as well as an enhanced, evening look.

Similarly, as in Basic Makeup II, the principles and methods of Basic I will be taken further in order to learn corrective makeup techniques to alter the shape of the face, as well as the eyes, lips and cheeks. Using principles of value (or tone/shade and light), students will also learn to use highlight and contour to create the “perfect” oval face shape, the desired classic almond eye, symmetrical lips, as well as “correct” eyebrows. Students will also have the opportunity to work with models of varying skin tones, ethnicities, ages and genders. Finally, students will work together on creating a unified look, using face charts and photographs. 

  • The makeup kit and the look book
  • Creating a hygienic work space, including the proper care of brushes and other tools
  • Facial anatomy
  • Introduction to Color/Light Theory
  • Prepping the Skin and Finding the Correct Foundation/Concealer
  • Classic eye, lip and cheek makeup
  • Creating a pleasing eyebrow
  • Enhancing the “natural” look, including the application of false lashes.
  • Corrective makeup and techniques for the face, eyes, nose, and lips
  • Makeup for deep skin tones
  • Makeup for mature women
  • Makeup for Asian Faces/eyes
  • Makeup for Men (for commercial media shoots)
  • Introduction to the principle of continuity
Spring Session

February 27 – March 3, 2017

All-Day Class
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
 


Feb/Mar 2017

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Summer Session

August 7 – 11

All-Day Class
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
 


August 2017

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