A career as a makeup artist may be ideal for an artistic individual who wants to do special effects and prosthetics for film, theatre, or television or improve someone’s appearance. Makeup basically involves using the necessary makeup products to enhance individual facial features Most makeup artists complete a cosmetology or related program, where they can obtain the skills they will need. Some work for big production companies, while many work freelance.
Makeup Artistry does not require formal education; it can be learnt as a skill.Apply For this course
1: Introduction to Makeup/History of Makeup
2: Facial Features
3: Skin Care Analysis
4: Makeup Application
5: Gele Artistry
a) Students will learn how to apply basic Makeup professionally for any occasion.
b) To develop in students the basic Makeup skills in Makeup Artistry.
c) Students would be able to tie Bridal gele & Sego gele perfectly
1. Makeup brushes
2. Foundation pallete/different foundation shade
3. Powder pallete
4. Eyebrow pencils /eyeliner/lip pencils
5. Concealer pallete
6. Eyeshadow/face primer
7. Eyeshadow pallete
9. Blush pallete/contour and highlight pallete
10. Lashes/tweezers /razor blade
11. Wipes/brush cleaner/sanitIzers
12. Glitters/glitter glue
13. Makeup spray
1- Identify what you need to buy
2- Search for Tested and Trusted /Reputable Makeup Vendors from Facilitators or Online.(feel free to seek the facilitator's professional counsel)
3- Ask for different brands and products While you weigh alternative products(low end and high end brands are available)
4- Ask for price and negotiate
5- Pick out the necessary ones.
6- List them out
7- Draw up a budget.
8- Buy the necessary products within your budget