This module is designed as an introduction to beauty makeup. In this course, you will start by learning facial analysis, base matching and application, correction, contours, highlights, as well as a focus on eyes and lips. The course finishes with complete makeup applications ranging from one-hundred-percent corrective to natural makeup.
The part-time Makeup Artist School Program from Altoona Beauty School provides the hands-on training, practical experience and industry guidance it takes to greatly advance your makeup skills.
As a student in this program, you’ll provide makeup looks to real clients and models under the careful guidance of expert instructors with years of experience in the makeup industry. Get the personal support you need to achieve your individual goals.
With a focus on special events and weddings, the Bridal Make-up Artistry module takes the student from consultation to the creation of a bride’s perfect look. Every successful wedding makeup application starts with a clear plan for both the bride and family, and this is where the bridal course starts. From there, students learn both business and additional make-up techniques required to be successful in the bridal business.
Airbrushing has become one of the premier ways of applying make-up. In this course, the airbrush is de-mystified. Students are shown how to properly care for and maintain it. In addition, students will study the techniques necessary to do beautiful, flawless beauty make-up. Learn the techniques that are being required by the major studios, as well as demanding clients.
The products and techniques we teach were developed by Make-Up Designory (MUD). MUD was founded in 1997 in North Hollywood, California, bringing quality education and products to the makeup artist community. Today, MUD has 2 corporate campuses in Los Angeles and New York. At Altoona Beauty School, we teach these same advanced techniques to men and women across Pennsylvania, so you can be certain that the application skills you acquire are consistent with today’s highest standards.
If you’re interested in learning more about make-up training and exploring whether Altoona Beauty School is right for you, contact us to receive more information, or contact an Admissions Advisor at (814) 942-3141.
Disclosure: Altoona Beauty School’s makeup programs are taught as vocational courses and are not accredited programs. These courses do not lead to licensure and are not intended to prepare graduates for specific employment. Altoona Beauty School does offer accredited programs, including Cosmetology, Esthetics, and Teachers, which are designed to prepare graduates for licensure and employment.
This school has been more than amazing to me. You can really tell that the employees love their
jobs and want the best education for everyone. I’m really glad I chose this school because I feel
very confident with my knowledge and education along with the training procedures. I will
absolutely recommend this school to potential students. Thank you for helping me begin my
This school has given me so many opportunities. It has helped me one on one with many things
I’ve struggled with. I would recommend this school and the staff to anyone who is interested or
asks. The best education I could have asked for.
Coming here was a great experience and about my disabilities which have me so much hope in
working in the industry even while I am handicapped. Coach Becca was absolutely inspiring and
is so dedicated to her students. I wouldn’t change a thing about my time spent here!!
Everyone was so helpful throughout my time here and was so kind to me dealing with outside
responsibilities. I cannot than Jen enough for everything
Awesome program! I don’t want to leave. Made great memories and met great people. Learned
a bunch. I am very excited to start working. Becca is a great instructor- Thank you!!
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