OCU-428 - Prof Make-Up for Beginners

If you are considering becoming a professional make-up artist to work as a cosmetic consultant, an individual beauty representative or to be self-employed, bring your kit to discuss the items you have and the items you will need to get started. Class one will encompass lecture, demonstrations and open forum questions and answers covering the fundamentals of professional sanitation, assessing skin, face and eye shapes, and how to determine and use the products necessary to achieve the look your client desires. The second class will consist of practicing hands-on make-up application designed to give you confidence and experience. Students will serve as both models and artists, using the skills learned in the first class, as you experience the client consultation and face chart. More advanced essential tips, tricks and techniques for using primers, color correctors, highlighting and contouring, lash application and finishing touches will separate the professional from the novice make-up user. Instructor Andi Bradshaw has over 30 years' experience in the cosmetology field.
Academic Level
Continuing Education Level
Subject
Occupational
Department
Continuing Ed - Open Classes
Credits
Not Available
Prerequisites
None
Corequisites
None
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