Makeup Artist – Diploma Program
CIP CODE 12.0406
SOC Code 39-5091
Clock Hours: 600
Program Length in Months: 6 months
Day Classes: 24 weeks
Instruction offered in English
The curriculum includes a total of 600 hours of theory and practical applications. The makeup artist program can provide you with the skills and knowledge you’ll want to be successful in this industry. In this course, you should be able to do makeup for special events, weddings, glamour, runway, photography.
The curriculum for students enrolled in the Makeup Artist program consists of 600 hours. Technical instruction means instruction given by demonstration, lecture, classroom participation, or examination. Practical operation shall mean actual performance by learning the techniques of teaching a class, preparing lessons plans, and creating a positive environment in the classroom.
Our primary goals are to provide a quality educational system that prepares students to gain employment within their chosen field of study. Our quality educational system includes an outstanding facility, experienced and competent instructors, and a curriculum developed through years of experience and expertise.
The objective is to develop in the student the practical skills, theoretical knowledge, and professional attitudes necessary for success in the makeup profession.
Technical instruction and practical operations shall include:
|SUBJECT||MINIMUM REQUIRED TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION
|MINIMUM REQUIRED PRACTICAL OPERATIONS|
|Evolution of Makeup||20||10|
|Tools of the Trade||25||10|
|Basic Information of Facial Anatomy||10|
|Creating The Canvas||174||38|
|Everyday Makeup Application||10||8|
|Makeup for The Aging Skin||4||6|
|The Business of Makeup||15||6|
|Makeup for Men||4||2|
|Makeup for Teens||4||4|
|Bridal and Special Occasion Makeup||20||5|
|Client Consultation Facial Features||20||5|
|Communication Skills & Career Development||15||5|
|Create your Portfolio||15||10|
When a student has completed the 600 hours, the required theory hours and practical operations in makeup artist, with a GPA of “C” (75%) or better, he or she is awarded a diploma certifying his or her graduation. All institutional charges must be paid in full prior to graduation.
The Academy does not have a cumulative final test or examination required for the completion of the Makeup Artist program.