Fashion & Editorial Make-Up Artist Course
The Fashion and Editorial Makeup Artist Course is design to explore creativity with make-up designs to prepare artists for the industry for fashion editorials, fashion advertising campaigns, fashion runway shows and beauty editorials.
Whether it be for print or runway, fashion and editorial makeup application must be creative, yet appropriate for the purpose to be served. It is important to understand the latest runway and couture trends from international and national shows, as well as what is happening on the high street. Fashion makeup can be minimal, edgy, dramatic, vintage inspired and classic.
Working as a makeup artist on editorial photoshoots is a highly creative process for a makeup artist. It requires the makeup artist to work as team to produce an illustrative story through their vision.
During this course students will have a strong understanding of the importance of beautiful flawless skin and how to collaborate and design looks towards a creative brief.
All participants are required to be competent in all practical and written assessments to be issued with Statement of Attainment for the below units;
SHBBMUP002 Design and apply make-up
SHBBMUP003 Design and apply make-up for photography
SHBBMUP004 Design and apply creative make-up
BSBWHS201 Contribute to health and safety of self and others
ICTWEB201 Use social media tools for collaboration and engagement
The above units are from the SHB30215 Certificate III in Make-Up and SHB20116 Certificate II in Retail Cosmetics training packages
At the end of the course students will participate as part of their assessments three industry level professional photoshoots to build their portfolio. The photoshoots are three separate creative briefs for the artists to showcase their individual skills.
This course is designed for those who wish to gain employment in the fashion and editorial section of the industry, makeup artists wishing to refresh their skills. It is also designed for those who want to learn the CJMD modules only from the Nationally Recognised Training Programs CUA51015 Diploma of Screen and Media & CUA41215 Certificate IV in Screen and Media that relate to working as a makeup artist for fashion and editorial.
- Steps to balance & face shapes
- Colour theory
- Face charts
- Skin care and cleansing
- Skin types and conditions
- Remedial camouflage
- Highlighting and shading
- Foundation types and textures
- Eye shapes
- Eye liner and eye brows
- Mascara and lash application
- Lips and cheeks
- Sheer beauty
- Balance and harmony
- Make-up techniques for men
- Day make-up
- Evening make-up
- Smokey eye designs
- Time management
- Working with the photographer
- Working with a stylist
- History of make-up
- Photo shoot briefs
- Working as an assistant
- Health and safety
- Understanding make-up products
- Social Media as a makeup artist
- Finding your creativity
- Experimenting with graphic shapes and colour
- Creative makeup with textures
- Importance of understanding and creating mood boards
- The role of a professional makeup artist
- Trends in the industry
- Working to a brief
- Seasonal trends
- Makeup artist the business
- Workplace procedures & organising and maintaining work areas
PART TIME ATTENDANCE
Mondays and Tuesdays 6pm till 9:30pm
27 weeks (with school holidays, public holidays etc.)
25 weeks (excluding school holiday, public holidays etc.)
Monday 19th November
Tuesday 20th November
Monday 26th November
Saturday 24th November (shoot day 1)
Saturday 1st December (shoot day 2)
Sunday 2nd December (shoot day 3)
Course Fees: $4800 + GST (TOTAL $5280) 6:00pm till 9:30pm
Deposit: $1200 A non-refundable deposit is payable on enrolment due two weeks before course commencement to secure position in course.The total course cost is to be paid via monthly/Fortnightly direct debit instalments using the EziDebit System.For a copy of the EziDebit Product disclosure statement please contact the Academy.
Fortnightly: $340 (payments start on the 1st of the month and reoccur fortnightly for 12 payments)
*Applicants must have successfully completed year 10 and be at least 16 years of age.
*Applicants should display clear communication skills, and a passion for the make-up industry.
* All applicants are encouraged to obtain and read a copy of the CJMD Student
Handbook prior to enrolment as your signed enrolment form signifies your legal contract and agreement to these terms.
*During this course students are required to be available for work experience, which may include weekend and/or evening work.
Materials $1500 (including GST)
Participants are required to pay for their materials before the course commencement.
Please note that payment plans are not available for materials.
Kit materials are outlined in the Course Guide.
Start date: Monday 4th June
Finish date: Sunday 2nd Dec