Beauty Professional Makeup Artistry
300 Clock Hours
Student Kit & Lab Fees: $2,500
The Beauty Professional Makeup Artistry program is designed for students who are seeking a career in the world of beauty makeup. Students will learn what it takes to work as a print, television, or film makeup artist, gaining the knowledge they need to succeed in the competitive landscape of professional makeup artistry. From the very basics of clean makeup for men and women, to the high-fashion looks of the runway, students will build their skillsets while developing a well-rounded portfolio to begin their career.
BTM01: Core Concepts
Begin your journey into the realm of professional beauty makeup and lay the foundation for your success! Students will learn about color theory, sanitation and set safety, basic product knowledge, kit organization, basic application techniques, and how to set up their stations.
BTM02: Beauty I: Introduction
Go back to basics! Not all jobs require a heavy-handed makeup look—most need a basic, clean beauty application that is camera ready. Students will learn how to properly match a client’s foundation color, the right way to contour any face, and how to apply clean, basic, and natural looks for men, women, and children for film, television, and print.
BTM03: Beauty II: Intermediate Techniques
Darker colors, bolder pigments, and thicker eyeliner: glamour makeup takes natural to the next level. Expand your basic knowledge of beauty makeup into the realm of evening and glamour looks. Topics covered will include evening makeup, false lash applications, and glamour looks for film, television, and print.
BTM04: Beauty Airbrushing
Gain the knowledge needed to airbrush your brides and clients like a pro! Airbrushing is an industry standard in today’s market. Students will learn about different airbrushes and compressors, different products, and beauty application techniques for foundation, blush, eye shadow, and more.
Apply your knowledge of beauty makeup and create beautiful bridal looks for any client. Wedding makeup is a beneficial industry to enter as a beauty artist, as there is a constant demand for artists and most jobs have multiple clients in need of makeup. Students will learn how to apply bridal makeup, how to integrate airbrushing with conventional makeup techniques, and how to understand the needs of their clients and execute the proper looks.
BTM06: Introductory Hairstyling
Develop an understanding of how to style hair for film, television, and print. Many beauty artists are expected to style hair as well as apply makeup. Lean the basics of blow-drying, braiding, up-dos, flat ironing, and curling so you can accept any job that comes your way.
BTM07: Beauty III: Modern Methods
Step into the world of high-fashion makeup and take your skills up a notch! Students will learn about advanced lash applications, eyebrow blocking, theatrical makeup, and how to apply drag and high-fashion makeup for film, television, and print.
BTM08: Professional Protocol
Before you can enter the career world, you have to learn how to navigate through it. Students will be taught about professionalism, set and job etiquette, resume building, how to market themselves, script breakdowns, continuity books, and portfolio upkeep.