Hair & Media Make-up Intermediate


Hair & Media Make-up Intermediate

From creating classic looks using top make-up brands to turning everyday people into horrifying zombies, make-up artists are responsible for creating some of the most iconic looks in popular culture. The make-up industry is more prominent now than ever before. Studying make-up artistry will enable you to become versatile and well-rounded with a wide range of skills, meaning you’ll be ready to work in many different sectors. You could be working on film sets, fashion shoots, for specific make-up brands, or even in live theatre. 

Course Information

  • Levels available 2
  • Start Date 14/09/2020
  • Course Ref A229P-1/1
  • Location Bletchley Campus
  • Fees
  • 19 - 23 £ 3345.00
  • 24+ £ 3345.00
  • Overseas £ 3345.00
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If you are over 19+ then please contact us for more information

What will I do?

You will create an up-to-date, versatile portfolio of different looks and styles ready to show employers. Learning from industry-experienced tutors, you will learn how to apply different forms of make-up, ranging from camouflage, airbrush, face and body art, media make-up, and more. You will learn a variety of hairdressing skills, including shampooing and conditioning techniques, plaiting and twisting on different styles of hair, blow dry, setting and styling for different occasions, and much more. You will display your work at the fantastic end of year catwalk show and take part in workshops with established make-up brands such as MAC. 
There are also additional units included that further enhance the programme including Provide eyelash and brow treatments and spray tanning.

• Visits from professional make-up artists
• Workshops on themed topics such as ‘drag queen’
• Opportunity to attend trips and visits within the department
• Internal work experience such as assisting the drama department for theatre productions working providing the hair and make- up
• Collaborating with the level 1 and 2 hair students on projects
• External work experience including make-up consultations on ladies evenings

What's next?

If you want to hone your skills as a make-up artist and create a comprehensive portfolio, you could progress to studying a higher education qualification where you will further explore creative arts professional practice. You could also take on work experience/freelance work as a make-up artist or hairdresser in a variety of industries, including editorial and make-up counters. You could also progress to study Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy, Art, Photography or Fashion.

Is it for me?

Do you keep up to date with the latest trends in make-up? Are you always experimenting with new products and techniques? As a make-up artist or hairdresser you must be creative, have a flair for fashion and be able to experiment and learn new things. Good communication skills are essential, as you will be dealing with multiple people to get the job done correctly. You should also have a love for travel, and being away from home for long periods. 

You require GCSE Maths and English with one at least Grade C/4 and the other at least Grade D/3.

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