Our Beauty and Editorial Makeup Artist Program can be completed in as little as 12 weeks and teaches you everything you must know to become a professional makeup artist within the beauty and fashion industries. With the guidance of industry professionals, develop the skills you need to apply daytime, evening, glamour and bridal makeup as well as runway and editorial makeup. Practice the techniques used to achieve the look of flawless skin, and enhance your studies by learning to create hairstyles for a variety of occasions. Finally, learn how to create a professional resumé and prepare for a formal interview while also examining what is required to open and run a successful business. This makeup program gives you the knowledge and techniques you need to be able to work at the highest level of professionalism.
Classroom and Exam Policies:
You will be required to work on other students and to let other students work on you in order to get the skills you need to work on models and clients. You will also be required to bring your own model on occasion and for practical exams.
The dress code for in-class Makeup Artist courses is no eyelash extensions while you are in class.
You must purchase two of our kits from the Makeup and Esthetics Student Store for this program. Our professional makeup kit costs $2,750 (plus tax) and includes everything you need for our FASH 9281 Makeup 1 course, our FASH 9282 Makeup 2 course and our FASH 9280 Bridal Makeup course. Our professional hairstyling kit costs $575 (plus tax) and includes everything you need for our FASH 9229 Hairstyling for Makeup Artists course.
You must have completed grade 12 English. (An approved equivalent is also acceptable.)
Once you have completed all the requirements of this program, you can request to receive a certificate.
Core Courses (Five)
Completion order is only limited by course prerequisites:
Contact the Continuing Education School of Makeup & Esthetics at 416-415-5000, ext. 4070, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting the school at St. James Campus, 193 King St. E., Building G (SJG), first floor.