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Suite 200, 128 Castlereagh St, Sydney, NSW, 2000
Makeup School Sydney offers professional courses for the aspiring makeup artists.more
2ND Floor, 60 Stirling St, Perth, WA, 6000
CUF50407 Diploma of Specialist Makeup Services is one of the popular course.more
5 Comber St, Paddington, NSW, 2021
About Us The Academy For Makeup Artists was born when professional makeup artist, qualified trainer and successful businesswoman Candice Tabone set out to provide the next generation of make up artists with the creative and business skills needed to pursue a career in their chosen field. We engage some of the industry's most experienced and insightful professionals as tutors and guest speakers for our makeup artist courses, so our students learn from the best. About Candice Candice is Managing Director and founder of The Academy For Makeup Artists. A passionate, creative and entrepreneurial businesswoman, she brings a diverse set of creative, business and technology skills to the Academy. She is a professional makeup artist who studied under the world renowned, late great Richard Sharah. She has worked as a freelance professional make up artist, specialising in bridal clients, part time for over 10 years. Her industry expertise includes working as client services director for Makeup Artists Incorporated, a creative artists and management agency that provided digital marketing services for makeup artists, stylists, photographers, beauticians and hairstylists. She is also a digital media and marketing specialist, and has worked in media and agency roles on a range of digital and mobile projects for high profile clients. Candice has a passion for education. She is a qualified trainer, with a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment and a Bachelor of Business Marketing. Candice develops relevant, engaging content for TAFMUA students and designs all of the course programs. An engaging speaker, trainer and presenter, Candice was invited to be a guest panel member for the Small Business September 'Man versus Machine' debate (2010), a guest speaker on mobile for the Australian Direct Marketing Association's (ADMA) digital course (2008) and was chosen to participate in the Mobile Enterprise Growth Alliance Program (MEGA).more
292A Bridge Rd, Richmond, VIC, 3121
LUXE is one of Melbourne’s exclusive education centres dedicated in providing niche training in hair and makeup.more
2nd Floor, 60 Stirling St, Perth, WA, 6000
ACBT is one of the best beauty school in all Australia that provide training in make up subject.more
Make-up, a subset of cosmetics, is a substance that is applied to the skin to enhance the appearance or odor of the person. There are different types of make-up including lipstick, foundation, powder, rouge, mascara and many more. There is a large demand for make-up artists in Australia and even though many people do not take it seriously, there are still those who pursue to study it to master this art and trade.
There are a lot of beauty schools that teach everything that there is to know about make-up. Beauty schools not only teach their students the basics of cosmetology, but they also teach them infection control and decontamination to make sure that their clients are served safely. They also learn about the basics of chemistry and anatomy as well as basic entrepreneurship and communication for students who wish to open their own beauty salons. Students are taught different techniques and color combinations as well as the ingredients of make-up.
Even though make-up is regulated, there are health concerns regarding the presence of harmful ingredients in these products. Because of this, companies have experimented and produced make-up made from organic and natural ingredients. Mineral make-up, another term for loose powder, is largely made up of earth-based ingredients thus considered purer and kinder to the skin.
Accredited beauty schools are equipped with proper facilities and equipment needed for training since it is very important for students to absorb a lot of information about the trade. Accredited beauty schools also have licensed instructors to teach the students as required by the accrediting agency. Furthermore, accredited beauty schools are more reputable and they give the students a chance to inherit that reputation which is needed when looking for a job after graduating.
The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations is the government agency that leads the country's education and workplace training as well as transition to work. It collaborates with the different government agencies with the states and territories to provide easy access to educational services and support programs to the Australian people. It also aims to increase workforce participation and promote fair work practices in Australia.
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