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Master Classes

At Cameron Jane Make-up Design makeup Master Classes are held exclusively with Top Make-Up Artists in Sydney, Australia. To keep up to date with such a fast growing competitive makeup industry, we believe as artists, it is quite important to update skills and knowledge of the industry.

By joining our group on Face Book “Make-up Master Classes”, you can keep an eye on the upcoming Master Classes in your state.

 TO REGISTER FOR COURSE UPDATES CONTACT THE ACADEMY ON (02) 9212 2222 OR EMAIL cameron@cameronjane.com.au

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 FACE CHARTS WITH PABLO MORGADE

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Communication is key in makeup artistry.

One of the most trusted but often overlooked tools of communication as a makeup artist is the face chart.

It lets you plan out your look and propose it to clients.

Face charts are used as reference guides for makeup teams for  runway shows,  theatre and  film productions.

Face Charts can be used to show prospective clients ideas of your designs for a job.

Cameron Jane Make-up Design has secured  the number one Facechart designer in Australia Pablo Morgade for an intensive 3 hour  MAKE-UP MASTER CLASS at the academy

https://www.instagram.com/pabsartist/

 

Attendance: 1 day 6pm – 9pm

Course Fees $80 + GST

Pre-Requisites: * participants must be a make-up artist or make-up student

 

Course Dates:

September 2017: Thursday 21st

In order to secure your position in the course you are required to pay the full course fees prior to the course commencement.

 

Content:

  • Introduction of Pablo Morgade
  • The importance of face charts in the industry
  • The importance of social media
  • Demonstration of face chart and steps of application

Students will then recreate a face chart by the following steps;

  • Understanding how to create skin depth and shape
  • Understanding how to create highlight and shade definition
  • Understanding how to create nose shape
  • Understanding how to create depth and lip shapes
  • Understanding how to create eye brow shapes
  • Understanding how to create eye definition and colour placement
  • Understanding how to create lashes
  • Understanding how to create the perfect winged liner

*Students will complete two face charts during the lesson

 

Course Requirements

Students need to bring in their makeup kit and brushes.

Students will receive a gift bag containing a face chart sponge, face chart artist grade paper and a lash pen

 

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To enrol for this course or request our course information booklet, please contact 02 9212 2222 or email cameron@cameronjane.com.au.

 

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POLISH + PRINT MASTERCLASS for LAUD MAGAZINE

 

This Masterclasses has been designed to help emerging artist grow and produce high end industry images for their portfolio being guided by Australia’s leading professionals.

Many young artists struggle to find industry professionals to collaborate with and get their work published in reputable industry magazines, Cameron Jane has done the collaboration for you.

Artists work will be published as part of an editorial story in Laud issue #7.

LAUD Magazine

Beauty. Hair. Fashion. Art. From the street to the elite, LAUD is capturing the zeitgeist of creatives worldwide.

Laud is a luxury beauty publication released quarterly across Australia, New York and Los Angeles. The magazine features beauty, hair, body art and special effects shot in a high fashion editorial style with top tier models and personalities from across the globe. 
Laud profiles many of the world’s most recognisable names in the hair and beauty industry whilst introducing the next wave of talented artists.

Each issue includes cutting edge editorials, in depth interviews, the latest beauty products in the market and exclusive visual content designed to excite and inspire. The perfect publication for hair and makeup artists influenced by the worlds of fashion cinema and art.

Combining current luxury fashion with avante garde concepts, Laud aims to expand the public’s definition of what beauty can be.

 

This course has been spread over three weeks to ensure artists have the opportunity to bring their best work forward. All Participants receive feedback from the professional team over this time;

  • brief to brainstorm ideas
  • design and refine
  • execution

MEET THE TEAM

Trish Lee-Geosits Publisher and creator of Laud Magazine

Cameron-Jane ThomasDirector and Principal of Cameron Jane Makeup Design, ABIA Educator of the Year 2016 and inducted into the Hall of Fame.

Rachel Montgomery Makeup artist of the year several times will guide you through every step of the editorial process.

Carlo Fernandes Beauty and fashion photographer will guide you with your model selection and provide you with amazing images.

Course Dates: 13th, 20th & 27th August

Course Fees: $1400 + GST

-          Fees include the three days guidance and collaboration of ideas from the above industry professionals.

-          One retouched image and a  full page credited published work in the magazine as part of an editorial story.

-          The use of Industry editorial hair stylists (sourced by CJMD) if required for the image brief and shot layout.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

COURSE ENROLMENT SUBMISSON:

All artists must supply images of their work by providing their website link and social media accounts and certificates of industry qualifications. The team will review your work for your enrolment to be finalised. The artist will receive a confirmation email if your submission of enrolment has made the cut.

ONLY 9 Enrolments will make the team for the 9 page editorial story.

MODELS:

CLASSROOM ACTIVTIES: Artists are required to supply a model for day two of the course to practice and refine their look. Artists must ensure this model has similar features that are the focus of their brief design, (eg full lips. Almond shape eye, full brows etc)

SUBMISSON MODEL:  All artists are to source a professional model for the magazine submission. Artists are to provide comp cards of the model for the team to review on the first day of the course to see if they are to an industry standard.  If artists cannot find a model CJMD will contact Sydney Modelling Agencies before the course start date to provide students with the packages of models that are available for the shoot date and the rates. Artists must have own ABN for invoicing direct with the agency.

IMAGES:

All artists will receive 1 retouched image from the shoot with the credits. These images will not be released until the magazine has been published.

Artists are not to publish any behind the scenes images on social media before the magazine publication has been released.

STYLING:

CJMD will organise a stylist for the shoot.

HAIR:

All artists are to submit their mood boards for hair design on the second day of the course. The team will provide feedback on this look to ensure it works as a whole for the editorial story.

If artists have an editorial hair stylist they would like to work with they must submit their credentials with their enrolment submission. The team will confirm if this artist is approved.

CJMD will supply industry editorial hair stylists if required for the image brief and shot layout.

MATERIALS:

Students are required to bring in their laptops and are to bring in their full makeup kit. CJMD does not provide equipment for the participants.

ENROLMENT PROCESS:

Step One: Complete the enrolment form and return back to the academy before the 1st August by either scan and email to cameron@cameronjane.com.au, fax 02 9212 7744 or mail to PO Box  1309 Strawberry Hills NSW 2012.

Step two: The team will review your submission and confirm if you have secured your place in the course on the 3rd August.

Step Three: Once you have been confirmed the full payment of the course is required to secure your place in the course.

Step Four: A welcome pack will be emailed to you before the course commences.

Course Schedule

Sunday 13th August.

10am – 4pm

  • Trish from Laud will introduce the artists to the Magazine
  • Rachel and Carlo to introduce themselves, discuss their careers
  • Team to discuss creativity
  • Team to deliver the brief
  • Team and artists to brainstorm what the brief means and creative ideas
  • Rachel to demo her creative makeup concept from the brief as a guide
  • Artists to start working on their creative concept to the brief by designing mood boards, face charts etc
  • Team to review model selections and hair stylists (if applicable from enrolment)
  • Team to review everyone’s ideas as a whole for the editorial story.

Sunday 20th August

10am – 4pm

  • Artists will present their creative concept to Rachel for critiquing including hair designs
  • Rachel to provide demos on creative techniques to help artists prepare for their design work
  • Artists are required to bring in a model for practicing and refining their look with Rachel

Sunday 27th August

  • Photoshoot day
  • Artists will be presented with a schedule for the shoot ay allowing each artist time to perfect and capture their design.

To enrol for this course or request our course information booklet, please contact 02 9212 2222 or email cameron@cameronjane.com.au.

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POLISH + SHOOT (Editorial Eyeliner Masterclass) with NICOLE THOMPSON

This course is designed for makeup artists that want to enhance their skills by creating editorial eyeliner designs for social media posts and their professional portfolio. It can also be for those makeup artists who want to refresh and update their skills.

From day ones techniques students will design  2 looks for an editorial beauty style liner story they feel will enhance their professional portfolio. These looks are photographed up-close and of the eye area/face only.

Students will send through mood boards, face charts and trial designs through to the Nicole Thompson and Carlo Fernandes  for feedback before the shoot day.

Students can provide own models for the shoot or CJMD can source professional models for you at an extra fee.

Students will be able to select one image from each look to be professionally retouched for their editorial story. Any additional images will be extra and chargeable to the photographer directly.

This course takes on a limited amount of makeup artists each intake to ensure they are mentored with one on one interaction with the professional makeup artists.

  • Product knowledge & tools  for creating sharp lines, texture, depth, layering and coloured designs
  • Techniques for achieving the perfect winged eyeliner
  • Techniques for creating cut crease liner shape
  • Techniques for balancing eye shapes with eyeliner styles
  • Techniques for achieving editorial advanced graphic designs
  • Students complete the practicals of the different style
  • Students are required to bring in a model for the class 
  • Students will gain critiquing of their work during practicals to ensure they are at an industry level.

NICOLE THOMPSON:

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Senior Artist Nicole Thompson never anticipated the extent to which her former grunge years would shape her later career. “I always got in trouble at school for reapplying my liquid liner and burgundy lipstick in class!” she recalls. Growing up in Sydney, Australia, Nicole describes herself as a typical, naughty, 90s teen, but an early love of fashion and photography was nevertheless a critical step in her journey to becoming a Senior Artist.

Still living in Sydney with her husband and daughter, Nicole describes a culture that is relaxed and diverse. She joined the M·A·C family in 2005 after being drawn by its close links to the fashion industry, and was soon scoring fans for her bold, colourful and dramatic style.

These days Nicole prescribes Lip Pencil in Half-Red and Lipstick in Snob for a more adult variation on the 90s mauve lip. Success, she says, comes from being true to who you are. “It has taken me many years to really embrace that notion, but it’s my first bit of advice to anyone who is joining the industry for the first time,” she says. It’s why, among her heroes, Nicole counts Iris Apfel, who she describes as “an icon without judgment, who believes in happiness before fashion.”

Nicole’s style might not be “natural,” but she nevertheless preaches the good word of caring for your skin. A glowing complexion, she says, is the basis of all great beauty looks. Her go-to powder is Mineralize Skinfinish in Soft & Gentle, which, when accompanied by foundation layered over Cream Colour Base in Hush or Pearl, creates what she describes as the perfect glow.

Career highlights include working with Val Garland in Paris for a Vivienne Westwood show – not bad for Nicole’s first visit to the city. “It was a full circle moment,” she says, “when all the things I’d dreamed about when studying in college, finally came together.”

While others are famous for creating one signature look, Nicole’s approach is more fluid. “I believe that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to makeup,” she says. “Everyone is different and ingredients or techniques you need to bring out your own magic won’t be the same for the next person.”

“No two days are the same in this business. The great thing is having variation and connecting with the many different clients I meet every single day. For me, it’s all about creating a look that really enhances the face of the person sitting in my chair.”

Attendance:  1 day 9am – 5:30pm

Course Fees $1100 + GST (includes 2 day course and 2 retouched images from the photoshoot)

Pre-Requisites: * Need to have minimum Cert II level or provide industry experience

Course Dates: 12th August and 26th August

In order to secure your position in the course you are required to pay the full course fees two weeks prior to the course commencement. CJMD requires a minimum of 8 students to run the class, and a maximum of 12 students.

The course outline is below;

DAY 1

  • Theory on products & tools to how to select the correct product for the style, how to build and layer with product, creating eye liner designs with colour products, examples of how to balance the eye shape with editorial eyeliner styles
  •  Demonstration of mastering a classic winged eyeliner
  • Demonstration of mastering a double liner design
  • Demonstrations of two high fashion designs
  • Demonstration of an editorial 1960’s design
  • Demonstration on a graphic shape
  •  theory on how to prepare for an editorial eyeliner story, get the students to start thinking of ideas for their story during the break
  • Practical time to complete design ideas on model

Requirements for lesson

Makeup artists are required to bring their makeup kit and 1 model for the lesson (Afternoon only) that have almond shape eyes to work on.

DAY 2

Photoshoot schedule will be released after enrolments are finalised

Requirements for lesson

  • Makeup artists are required to bring their makeup kit
  • Makeup artists are required to organise 1 or 2 models for day (2 looks will be shot) or contact CJMD to arrange professional models at an extra charge.
  • Makeup artists are required to design looks for the photoshoot and send to CJMD trainer & photographer for reviewing

To enrol for this course or request our course information booklet, please contact 02 9212 2222 or email cameron@cameronjane.com.au.

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POLISH + SHOOT (Editorial Eyeliner Masterclass) with NICOLE THOMPSON

 

This course is designed for makeup artists that want to enhance their skills by creating editorial eyeliner designs for social media posts and their professional portfolio. It can also be for those makeup artists who want to refresh and update their skills.

From day ones techniques students will design  2 looks for an editorial beauty style liner story they feel will enhance their professional portfolio. These looks are photographed up-close and of the eye area/face only.

Students will send through mood boards, face charts and trial designs through to the Nicole Thompson and Carlo Fernandes  for feedback before the shoot day.

Students can provide own models for the shoot or CJMD can source professional models for you at an extra fee.

Students will be able to select one image from each look to be professionally retouched for their editorial story. Any additional images will be extra and chargeable to the photographer directly.

This course takes on a limited amount of makeup artists each intake to ensure they are mentored with one on one interaction with the professional makeup artists.

  • Product knowledge & tools  for creating sharp lines, texture, depth, layering and coloured designs
  • Techniques for achieving the perfect winged eyeliner
  • Techniques for creating cut crease liner shape
  • Techniques for balancing eye shapes with eyeliner styles
  • Techniques for achieving editorial advanced graphic designs
  • Students complete the practicals of the different style
  • Students are required to bring in a model for the class 
  • Students will gain critiquing of their work during practicals to ensure they are at an industry level.

NICOLE THOMPSON:

Headshotweb

Senior Artist Nicole Thompson never anticipated the extent to which her former grunge years would shape her later career. “I always got in trouble at school for reapplying my liquid liner and burgundy lipstick in class!” she recalls. Growing up in Sydney, Australia, Nicole describes herself as a typical, naughty, 90s teen, but an early love of fashion and photography was nevertheless a critical step in her journey to becoming a Senior Artist.

Still living in Sydney with her husband and daughter, Nicole describes a culture that is relaxed and diverse. She joined the M·A·C family in 2005 after being drawn by its close links to the fashion industry, and was soon scoring fans for her bold, colourful and dramatic style.

These days Nicole prescribes Lip Pencil in Half-Red and Lipstick in Snob for a more adult variation on the 90s mauve lip. Success, she says, comes from being true to who you are. “It has taken me many years to really embrace that notion, but it’s my first bit of advice to anyone who is joining the industry for the first time,” she says. It’s why, among her heroes, Nicole counts Iris Apfel, who she describes as “an icon without judgment, who believes in happiness before fashion.”

Nicole’s style might not be “natural,” but she nevertheless preaches the good word of caring for your skin. A glowing complexion, she says, is the basis of all great beauty looks. Her go-to powder is Mineralize Skinfinish in Soft & Gentle, which, when accompanied by foundation layered over Cream Colour Base in Hush or Pearl, creates what she describes as the perfect glow.

Career highlights include working with Val Garland in Paris for a Vivienne Westwood show – not bad for Nicole’s first visit to the city. “It was a full circle moment,” she says, “when all the things I’d dreamed about when studying in college, finally came together.”

While others are famous for creating one signature look, Nicole’s approach is more fluid. “I believe that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to makeup,” she says. “Everyone is different and ingredients or techniques you need to bring out your own magic won’t be the same for the next person.”

“No two days are the same in this business. The great thing is having variation and connecting with the many different clients I meet every single day. For me, it’s all about creating a look that really enhances the face of the person sitting in my chair.”

Attendance:  1 day 9am – 5:30pm

Course Fees $1100 + GST (includes 2 day course and 2 retouched images from the photoshoot)

Pre-Requisites: * Need to have minimum Cert II level or provide industry experience

Course Dates: 12th August and 26th August

In order to secure your position in the course you are required to pay the full course fees two weeks prior to the course commencement. CJMD requires a minimum of 8 students to run the class, and a maximum of 12 students.

The course outline is below;

DAY 1

  • Theory on products & tools to how to select the correct product for the style, how to build and layer with product, creating eye liner designs with colour products, examples of how to balance the eye shape with editorial eyeliner styles
  •  Demonstration of mastering a classic winged eyeliner
  • Demonstration of mastering a double liner design
  • Demonstrations of two high fashion designs
  • Demonstration of an editorial 1960’s design
  • Demonstration on a graphic shape
  •  theory on how to prepare for an editorial eyeliner story, get the students to start thinking of ideas for their story during the break
  • Practical time to complete design ideas on model

Requirements for lesson

Makeup artists are required to bring their makeup kit and 1 model for the lesson (Afternoon only) that have almond shape eyes to work on.

DAY 2

Photoshoot schedule will be released after enrolments are finalised

Requirements for lesson

  • Makeup artists are required to bring their makeup kit
  • Makeup artists are required to organise 1 or 2 models for day (2 looks will be shot) or contact CJMD to arrange professional models at an extra charge.
  • Makeup artists are required to design looks for the photoshoot and send to CJMD trainer & photographer for reviewing

To enrol for this course or request our course information booklet, please contact 02 9212 2222 or email cameron@cameronjane.com.au.