Learn the art of Makeup By the state board licensed instructor. Lakshmi has been into the world of makeup since she was in high school.
Your Professional Image
-Why study professional image?
-Your professional image and your attitude
-In-depth information about image enhancers (1-7) and activities for each one
-In-depth information about creating your personal portfolio
-Why study infection control?
-Principles of prevention (decontamination methods, disinfectants, cleaning towels, lines, and capes, caring for crushes, handling single-use supplies, hand washing, waterless hand sanitizers)
-Universal and standard precautions (an exposure incident-contact with blood or body fluid)
-Your professional responsibility
Tools of the Trade
-Why study tools of the trade?
-In-depth information about brushes (brush hair types, brush types and uses)
-Utensils (brow accessories, eyelash curlers, blotting paper, sharpeners, palettes)
-In-depth information about single-use tools
-Why study color theory?
-The Color Wheel (hue, primary colors, pure color, secondary colors, tertiary colors, complementary colors, analogous colors)
-Color temperature (warm, cool, neutral, client color choices)
-Color saturation (tint, shade, tone)
-Theory and hands-on activities with color during theory class and in makeup workshop
Everyday Makeup Application
-Why study everyday makeup application?
-Tool checklist (understand and list all tools for makeup application)
-Product checklist (understand and list all products for basic makeup application)
-Alternatives for the Everyday Application
Creating the Canvas
-Why study creating the canvas?
-Preparing the skin (cleanser, toners, moisturizer, makeup remover)
-Types of products and their application related to facial shapes
-The Three-Part Procedure
-Procedures (Note: the majority of these hours will be spent in hands-on makeup workshops focusing on client safety, proper procedures, and proper client care)
Client Consultation/Facial Features (prior to workshops)
-Why study client consultations?
-Making a good first impression
-The consultation form
-Evaluating a client’s features and characteristics (cosmetic treatment card)
Makeup for the Aging Skin Theory
-Why study makeup for aging skin?
-Challenges of aging skin
-Tools and products for mature skin
-Application tips for mature skin
-Color choices for mature skin
Makeup for Men
-Why study makeup for men?
-The male facial structure
-Working with facial hair
-Products for men
-Facial scars and pigmentation
Makeup for Teens Theory
-Why study makeup for teens?
-Consulting with a teen clients
-Skin care basics for teens
-Makeup basics for teens
-Makeup for blemished skin
The Business of Makeup Theory
-Why study the business of makeup theory
-The earning potential of a professional makeup artist