Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Creative Make-up

when 26 July 2021 - 6 August 2021
language English
duration 2 weeks
fee GBP 1995


Discover how to plan, create and apply a variety of make-up styles and special effects for film, television and theatre.
Learn key techniques and processes of creative make-up
Avant-Garde experimentation and High Fashion techniques
Casualty Simulation Makeup
Developing a Character
Zombie Workshop: Latex and Special Effects
1920’s, 1940’s and 1960’s Makeup styles
Wig work and Period Hair
Ageing effects
Use industry-standard equipment in professional make-up studios
Series of photoshoots to record your created styles to add to your portfolio

Target group

Ages 15+

Course aim

The course aims to:

Provide extended practical sessions to develop your make-up skills in a professional Higher Education setting
Develop your observational skills and aesthetic awareness in relation to make-up design
Enable you to develop your individual make-up style through a series of exploratory and experimental workshops
Enable you to explore industry standard make-up resources in a safe environment, developing your confidence and understanding of appropriate use of equipment and best practice
Enhance your understanding of fashion analysis techniques; how to communicate visually and respond creatively to a brief
Enable you to produce a digital folio of work for future development or use at interview
Enhance your understanding of important historical, social and cultural issues related to make-up and hair, and their influence on contemporary make-up design
Develop your knowledge and understanding of the make-up industry as a collaborative production process and the specialist roles within this process (make-up artist, stylist, fashion writer, photographer etc)
Encourage your reflective skills through the critique of your own and others’ work, as well as through the critical study of key make-up concepts

Credits info

Credits are available. Please contact us for details

Fee info

GBP 1995: Course fee
GBP 900: Residential Programme (Optional)