Introduction to Makeup

Makeup kit for beauty makeup course

Makeup kit for beauty makeup course

Student applying makeup to model on beauty makeup course

Student applying makeup to model on makeup course

Student work on Introduction to makeup course

Student work on Introduction to makeup course

Student applying makeup to model on Introduction to makeup course

Student applying makeup to model on Introduction to makeup course

Student applying makeup to model on Introduction to makeup course

Student applying makeup to model on Introduction to makeup course

Makeup short courses at London College of fashion 

An introduction to the basics of makeup artistry and an insight into the beauty makeup industry. On this makeup course you will learn the key techniques for creating impeccable beauty makeup styles and find out what a career as a makeup artist involves...

Taught by: Ruth Brophy, Niedian Biggs.

Description

An introduction to the basics of makeup artistry and an insight into the beauty makeup industry. On this makeup course you will learn the key techniques for creating impeccable beauty makeup styles and find out what a career as a makeup artist involves. This course is an ideal first step towards a career in the beauty makeup industry, or for students wishing to learn the basics of makeup application to create a beautiful face. Demonstrations will be followed by the chance to practice on your fellow students and looks covered will include a natural beauty look, a daytime look and a smoky eye evening look, as well as false lash application.


The course includes:

  • What is beauty?
  • The role of the beauty makeup artist
  • Skin and skincare
  • Working with makeup artist brushes
  • Skin tone / foundation selection and application
  • Corrective make-up techniques
  • Beauty makeup styles
  • Eye makeup
  • Eye line techniques
  • Brow grooming
  • Lash building techniques and false lash application
  • Cheek colour application
  • Lip colour application
  • Current beauty trends
  • Top tips for working in the industry

Our makeup courses take place in our makeup studios housed within our Lime Grove site in West London.


Level:

This is a beginner level makeup artist course. You should have an interest in the subject area and a desire to learn but no previous experience is required.


Booking:

Your course place is confirmed once you have booked online or via the phone using a credit or debit card. There is no deadline for booking. Places are offered on a first come, first served basis, and all courses have a maximum number of students. We suggest you book early to avoid disappointment.


MAC Cosmetics:

As part of your course, you will receive an invite to a MAC Cosmetics discount shopping session which will enable you to purchase MAC products at discounted price. The shopping session may take place either during your course or in some cases the following week or weekend.

Tutor information

Ruth Brophy graduated in ‘Make up for Film, TV and Theatre’, a course covering all aspects of working in film and television including prosthetics, wounds, body painting and tattoo work. She now works freelance on fashion editorial shoots, advertising campaigns and fashion week shows and has worked with photographers including David Bailey, Rankin and Nick Knight. Ruth also works in television and specialises in tattoo and body painting. Her magazine and newspaper commissions include Closer, Company, Dazed and Confused, Esquire, Elle Japan, Grazia, Huffington Post, Home & Garden, Hello, Harpers Bazaar, id Magazine, Marie Claire, New York magazine, Notion, Oprah magazine, Sunday Independent Style, Sunday Times Style, Tatler magazine, Vogue British, Vogue India, Wallpaper*. Ruth was recently Head of Design for fashion photographer Elaine Constantine's first feature film Northern Soul.

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Materials

Please bring the following items with you to each class:

  • Your own mascara
  • Makeup remover/cleanser, and moisturiser
  • Headband
  • Notepad and pen

A professional brush set from beauty supplier Pazery Bouffard will be available to purchase at the first lesson at a subsidised cost of £70 (approx. retail cost £150 - cash/credit card only). This covers the minimum amount of brushes required to complete the course.




Details for booking

DateDay of WeekTimeDurationCostStatusLocationAction
12/12/2016 - 16/12/2016Monday - Friday10:00 - 17:005 Days£725Available Lime Grove - W12 Add to Basket
05/02/2017 - 05/03/2017Sunday10:00 - 17:005 Weeks£725Available Lime Grove - W12 Add to Basket
20/03/2017 - 24/03/2017Monday - Friday10:00 - 17:005 days£725Available Lime Grove - W12 Add to Basket