Makeup and Skin Care – 600 clock hours – Licensed by Registration
This program prepares students for entry-level employment in the Make Up, Skin Care, Cosmetic, Bridal, Salon, Spa, and Fashion Industries. Students acquire the skills required to work in a professional studio or on location with photographers, models, and designers, as well as in a Salon & Spa setting.
The Makeup Artist and Skin Care program is designed to teach the skills and knowledge required of makeup technicians in spas, salons, film, special effects, fashion makeup, runway, and print and as representatives of major makeup companies. Students learn to perform complete facials and skin treatments, as well as the basics of traditional, advance, and fashion makeup. Students receive practical, hands-on experience and learn professional business skills needed to succeed in a growing and competitive industry. Upon completion of the program student will receive a diploma and be registered for skin care licensure.
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Are you ready to become a skin care and makeup professional? From the pages of the fashion magazines to the faces of celebrities on the big screen, skin care and makeup professionals are at the forefront of the exciting world of beauty. A career in skin care and makeup can help you break into the fast-paced world of media makeup, print, video, music, runway, film, television and bridal.
If you're looking for a skin care and makeup program, we encourage you to check out Boca Beauty Academy. Our diploma program encompasses makeup applications, product knowledge, retail, anatomy and physiology, as well as the study of color theory and corrective techniques.
As the program encompasses 600 clock hours you will not only gain the required knowledge and skills to become an esthetician but during the 300 clock hours allocated to make up practices you will learn advanced make up techniques such as: Camouflage, Avant-garde, High- Definition Makeup, Special Effects, Mendhi, Mortuary Makeup and much more.
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