CERTIFICATE IN BEAUTY & WELLNESS
Beautician Courses Details
The beautician course helps students to learn about how to work as a makeup artist and deal with using corrective applications in terms of cosmetics for the skin, eyes, cheeks, and lips. Here, students practice and study about how to apply makeup for a regular day or a special occasion, for models who appear for fashion-related photography. Students learn to apply foundations for different skin tones; they learn to use blushes, mascara, eyeliner, lip liner, lip gloss, or lipstick. The makeup classes include theoretical understanding and classroom presentations of face shapes, new trends in cosmetics, color theory, and different massaging techniques.
- Special Effects makeup: SFX or Special effects makeup is taught in a lab and or a classroom. Students learn how to apply makeup on the face and the body. The special effects course includes multiple-piece looks with the use of prosthetics, composition, and hair to achieve complicated effects. The course consists of prosthetic casting, sculpting, painting, etc., and students need to practice working with silicone, latex, and foam rubber.
- Hairstyling Course: One can start a basic hairstyling course after finishing the makeup course. Hairstyling is an optional course that covers a complete training of the styling tools, like rollers, blow dryers, straighteners, for creating new hairstyles that support the look for any occasion. They learn to manage hairstyles according to facial structures and events.
- Stage Makeup course: Theatre makeup is usually different so that the students learn to work with different directors who have different expectations in terms of situations, characters, theatrical lighting, and whether it is for the open stage or a close studio. Makeup artists also need to develop specific historical characters or a horror character. Here, students learn to create injuries, bruises, and abrasions by using cosmetics, prosthetics, etc.; they also learn how to apply the aging effect on actors. Students learn to add body and facial hair and conceal the head with bald caps etc.
- Airbrushing Course: Airbrushing course is an optional course where students learn the proper techniques of using an airbrush machine and apply it on the face and the body. Airbrushing classes also include the use of makeup applications and tanning, coloring prosthetics for developing special effects or films, or theatre. This class can be taken after the basic makeup course.