The School Of Professional Makeup, Toronto:
Located in downtown Toronto, Canada, The School of Professional Makeup provides comprehensive training in special effects, prosthetics, bridal, fashion, TV & Film makeup. The School of Pro Makeup is registered and approved by the Ministry of Education and Training. Our instructors are professional makeup artists currently working in the industry. The job opportunities in this profession are endless. Bridal and fashion makeup, spa, film, television, and stage are areas one might specialize in or embrace them all to keep life interesting.Our training is savvy and our intention is clear: we take great interest in our student's success. Come on board with a private makeup school that truly cares.
Make-up artist training courses offered include:
Makeup Art with Airbrush:
While creativity is a huge part of an artist's development, it must be coupled with a knowledge of set procedures, corrective makeup techniques and the various industry looks that are common to the actor, the model, the sports anchor, the bride, et al. Understanding and executing the look asked for is one of many elements crucial for the success of a production and the career of the makeup artist.
This course offers full spectrum training, combining the many media that one must be fluent in and finishes with a series of workshop photo shoots for the student's portfolio development. Makeup Art with Airbrush will take the student through this creative journey.
- Industry introduction, chair side manner, the relationship between makeup artist and client/actor
- Skin analysis, skin types and conditions
- Corrective balancing and artistic makeup techniques for eyes
- Bridal makeup
- Bridal business
- Bridal business protocol
- Increasing the dynamics and finessing facial structure for camera
- Colour digital photography & music / commercial video
- Television makeup for high definition Broadcasting
- False Lashes
- Airbrush Foundation
- Fantasy makeup
- Mature makeup
- Period makeup
- Business elements
- Photo shoot series: Building your portfolio
Don't worry about perm rods or hair colour theory in this module. This is all about hair manipulation to slick styling. In the early eighties, with all the budgets cuts, producers started booking one person to process both hair and makeup. Today, a large part of the fashion side of the industry still follows this suite. The venue, budget and if the shoot is union or non-union, are factors which dictate whether one person will cover both hair and makeup or a team will be hired for each department. Hair Works encompasses all mediums within our industry. Makeup artists use their hair and wig styling skills in bridal, music videos, television broadcasts, corporate videos, non-union motion pictures, and theatre productions.
Contemporary stylings, blowouts, bouffants, messy avant-garde, to the precision of wig measurements, are some of the disciplines covered in this comprehensive course. This diversity prepares the graduate for greater employment opportunities.
FX and Prosthetics:
Differentiating between Prosthetics and Special Effects would be a good idea when choosing a secondary course to Makeup Art with Airbrush. Prosthetics is a process of life casting, sculpting, and mould making to develop an appliance from these procedures for facial or body application. Props are also manufactured by this venue. Out of Kit Special Effects is a broad-spectrum series of makeup applications, which may be executed literally in minutes or hours, depending on the nature of the effect.
A simple bruise (in any stage) or an advanced aging may be the agenda of the script that day. A wax nose tip elf or a decaying zombie may be their counterpart. Regardless of the effect, the FX artist must also know the "why" behind the creation. Why do the effects look the way they do? How does a drug addict in their late twenties prematurely age? What does a cadaver look like in stage two decomposition in a humid environment? The artist must research and be medically correct before adding, if at all, the Hollywood drama of slight exaggeration.
This course is an industry classic. Although character makeup's and casualty effects are timeless, the products and technologies are ever changing, which keeps the most seasoned artists engaged and continually learning. Script analysis, budgeting, understanding production procedures, and meeting time lines are also part of the holistic training that the school is insistent in delivering because teaching out of context compartmentalizes education. With this advanced training, students are able to take on more complex scripts in television and film. These skills may also be applied in the field of theatre.
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