How Do I Start A Career As A Makeup Artist
You can become a Makeup Artist through several approaches. Routes include, shadowing a working makeup artist which can help build up your experience, taking on the role as a junior in a salon which will allow you to build your confidence OR working towards a qualification which will provide you with the best opportunities.
There is a large variety of courses out there that can help build up your skills and at GlamCandy, we offer a variety of courses that can get you out in the world of Makeup. Our courses range from introduction courses, speciality courses and HNC/HND courses, let’s look at them a little closer.
HNC Fashion Makeup Course
Our SQA Accredited Makeup Course will help develop your knowledge and skills within Makeup Artistry and allow you to practice your expertise across all aspects of Fashion Makeup. From Essential Makeup Skills to Bridal to the History of Hair and Makeup, our HNC is a staple for MUA’s.
HND TV, Film and Theatre Makeup
We would always recommend carrying on from your HNC into HND, however you’re not limited, you can just dive straight in! In our HND course we’ll help you develop knowledge and skills that will allow you to work confidently within the TV and Film Industry. We would just recommend going from HNC first as this is your bread and butter to the makeup world, our HND is more in depth with Prosthetics and Special Effects that will compliment everything you have learned from your HNC.
Introduction To Makeup Artistry
This speedy course is a 5 day fast track to the art of makeup. Covering everything from makeup styles and techniques to colour theory and editorial, our Introduction Course will help you fast track into makeup to kick start your new business.
SFX And Fantasy
Have you ever wondered how they make wounds look so real in the movies? Our SFX and Fantasy course will help you learn in depth everything you need to create bruises, cuts and so much more! Learn how to apply prosthetics with GlamCandy and become the mastermind behind the scenes on productions.