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The Complete Make-up Artist Course covers all the essential skills of make-up and hair, from Beauty and Fashion to Casualty and Prosthetics. It is an intensive and in-depth practical course, particularly suitable for those wishing to change their career or for those passionate about using make-up in a creative environment.No previous make-up experience is necessary because the course takes you from the basics to advanced skills. All we ask is dedication and determination.Many of the leading make-up artists at work in film, TV, theatre, and the fashion industry across the globe today are graduates of Delamar Academy. The Complete Make-up Artist Course has consistently produced successful graduates since 1987 and we’re proud to have students go on to win Academy Awards, a BAFTA, and Emmy Awards.

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  • Have a high level of proficiency in areas such as Fashion, Period Make-up and Wigs, Bodypainting, Airbrushing, Facial Hair, Casualty and Special Effects, Character work, Basic Prosthetics, and Haircutting and Barbering;
  • Understand the key differences between working in Film, TV, Theatre, and Fashion;
  • Know how to research a subject and use relevant reference material to fulfil a brief;
  • Acquire the professional skills and contacts to help you start your career in the media industry.

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  1. Have a high level of proficiency in areas such as Fashion, Period Make-up and Wigs, Bodypainting, Airbrushing, Facial Hair, Casualty and Special Effects, Character work, Basic Prosthetics, and Haircutting and Barbering;
  2. Understand the key differences between working in Film, TV, Theatre, and Fashion;
  3. Know how to research a subject and use relevant reference material to fulfil a brief;
  4. Acquire the professional skills and contacts to help you start your career in the media industry.

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In addition to the modules listed below, you’ll be coached throughout the course in topics such as professional business skills, set etiquette, and the make-up artist’s role in the industry.

On your first day you will be introduced to your fellow students, the Delamar team and tutors. All full-time students receive a kit box full of materials for use on the course, as well as a copy of The Complete Make-up Artist, written by Penny Delamar, the Academy’s founder. This is a well known and highly respected text book on all aspects of make-up and will become a vital reference as you progress through the course — and long into your career.

In this module you’ll study facial anatomy, health and safety practises, skin care, the correct use of tools and products, the principles of lighting and shading in make-up, as well as colour mixing and blending, the application of bases, and beauty make-up for day and evening. You’ll also cover bridal make-up, corrective make-up (contouring and face shaping), and the make-up techniques required for HD TV and Film.

You’ll learn how to research and use reference photos to create period looks and period make-up for Film, TV, and Theatre. Periods covered will include the Eighteenth Century, the 1920s, the 1930s, the 1940s, the 1950s, and the 1960s.

This module teaches you how to perfect techniques for lips, eyes, cheeks, and eyebrows. You’ll look particularly at applying these techniques for fashion photography and the catwalk. You’ll also learn how to follow a fashion brief and acquire knowledge of fashion products and how best to use them.

Now you’ll move on to hair techniques for use in both period and fashion hair styling. This will include using electrical equipment such as tongs, heated rollers, straighteners, and bendies. You’ll learn techniques such as styling long hair, French pleats, bridal styles, braiding, and plaiting, as well gaining knowledge of a variety of hair products and how best to apply them.

You’ll have fun working on real hair wigs with lace fronts, as used in Theatre, Film, and TV. The module takes you through blocking, dressing, cleaning, and washing wigs, as well as researching period styles, creating ringlets, spirals, pincurls, finger waves, and victory rolls. By the end, you will understand and be able to apply the correct styling for a particular period setting.

Building on the period techniques learned earlier in your course, you’ll now research a period look of your own choice and combine period make-up and hair to create an individual project. This will involve setting, dressing out, fitting, and applying wigs, as well as choosing and using costume to achieve the final finish for your required look.

This is less about the problem kind and more about researching facial hair through the ages. You’ll learn how to knot a piece of facial hair, how to dress and tong moustaches, beards, and sideburns, as well as all the skills needed for the application, maintenance, styling, and cleaning of facial hair.

Here you’ll learn to research and develop designs and apply various bodypainting products. You’ll be using sponge and brush work, as well as learning airbrush techniques – including the necessary health and safety issues associated with an airbrush. There will be free-hand painting, shading and blending, cutting and using stencils, and you’ll complete the module with an individual bodypainting project.

This is one of the most popular modules of the course — and for good reason! You will learn how to research various casualty effects, using reference material, so that you can create bruises, scars, open wounds, stitched wounds, grazes, cuts, burns of all types (first to third degree), and different blood effects. In addition, you will create dirt, sweat, and tears effects, learn how to maintain an effect for continuity over time, and how to create illness, spots, diseases, and track marks. When a character needs to age or even change gender in Film, TV and Theatre, the make-up artist must have a range of techniques to hand.

This is a day’s module in which you will learn how to apply camouflage make-up for concealing tattoos, blemishes, and scars.

Learn how to make and apply a Bald Cap, as well as designing, making, and applying a range of prosthetic pieces. The 2-week module also covers the theory of prosthetics and working procedures, health and safety practises, mould making, sculpting, silicone runs, preparing moulds, and the application of silicone or foam pieces with make-up to achieve a finished look.

Learn how to make and apply a Bald Cap, as well as designing, making, and applying a range of prosthetic pieces. The 2-week module also covers the theory of prosthetics and working procedures, health and safety practises, mould making, sculpting, silicone runs, preparing moulds, and the application of silicone or foam pieces with make-up to achieve a finished look.

This module is part of the 16 week course only and teaches the basic principles and techniques of cutting hair, from long layers to short hair cuts, scissors over comb, clippering, blowdrying, cross checking, texturising, razoring, blending, and fashion blowdrying and styling. Please note: this module may not be required for qualified hairdressers.

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