These days, alot of people are learning how to apply makeup by watching videos on the internet. While many sites feature talented and knowledgeable professional makeup artists, others showcase individuals who are merely expressing their own opinions regarding products and techniques. Information obtained on the interent can be tricky when it comes to makeup application because products and techniques which work for one person may not work for another. A professional makeup artist knows that every face is different and that every makeup application needs to be customized to the individual.
At Chesapeake School of Esthetics students learn makeup by doing makeup. Over 50% of our program is hands-on. As you discover your own best looks you will also be applying your professional makeup techniques to the other students in the class. Learn how color theory, directional makeup and proper product placement can set you apart in an industry where becoming a true 'professional' can be challenging. Forget 'hacks', learn how to do it right!
Class # 1 - Introduction to Skin Care / Basic Skin Care Regimes / Cosmetic Companies (Image and Brands)
Class # 2 - Color Blending / Facial Cleansing / Sanitation and Client Preparation / Choosing Foundation Color / Custom Blending
Class # 3 - Facial Shapes / Highlighting and Contouring (part 1) / Eyebrow Shaping
Class # 4 - Highlighting and Contouring (part 2) / Building 'The Look'
Class # 5 - Seasonal Color Theory / Color Selection
Class # 6 - Color Placement / "Illusion' Makeup / Customizing 'The Look'
Class # 7 - Corrective Makeup for Eyes and Lips
Class # 8 - Day into Evening / Makeup for the Mature Client
Classes and Curriculum
The Makeup Artist Specialist Certification Course prepares the student for a career as a professional makeup artist. The program meets two times a week for 4 weeks. Classes are held Monday and Thursday evenings from 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. In order to insure optimal personal attention and supervision, class enrollment is restricted to eight students per class. The 1 - 8 ratio between instructor and student helps the instructor easily identify the needs and capabilities of each student.
The price of the program also includes a workbook which follows the class lectures and a personal makeup brush set.
Program B - Makeup Artist Specialist Certification Course - Class Schedule
Classes are held in the evenings from 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. on Monday and Thursday.
The start date for this program is: Monday, July 6, 2020. The end date of this program is: Thursday, July 30, 2020.
We are currently enrolling students into this program. There is no set deadline for applications. However, be aware that our enrollment is based on a first come, first enroll basis. Since we only take 8 students per class session, when we get our 8 students, enrollment into this program will be considered closed.
Technical and Practical Training
The curriculum at Chesapeake School of Esthetics: Skin Care and Makeup Artistry incorporates both technical and practical methods of instruction, including over 50% hands-on technique. Hands-on training is an essential part of every class. Students are under the supervision of the instructor at all times.
To obtain an Enrollment Agreement for the Makeup Artist Specialist Certification Course you may email us or call: 410-757-5545.
Your completed Enrollment Agreement must be submitted along with a deposit of $300. This payment is payable by cash, check, Visa or MasterCard. The deposit is part of the total price of the tuition and serves to hold a spot in the class for the student. The deposit is *non-refundable.
The balance of the tuition ($650) is due two weeks before the start of the program. For this class session the balance is due in full on Monday, June 22, 2020. Failure to pay the balance on or before the due date can result in the student losing their spot in this class.
Students who withdraw from the Makeup Artist Certification Course after the class has begun will recevie a refund based on the proportion of the total cost of the program (less the deposit) taught by the date of withdrawal.
Students have 3 days after submitting their enrollment agreement and deposit to request a *full refund.
A 7% processing fee added to all credit card charges.