(4 Day Asian Bridal Hair and Makeup Course)
This course is suitable for beginners (no experience is required) and professionals wishing to update their existing knowledge and skills and add new ones.
The course is accredited by the Guild of Beauty Therapists, one of the largest trade bodies in the beauty industry. An accredited certificate is much more valuable than a certificate given by most bridal hair and makeup academies as accredited certificates are nationally recognised by the beauty industry and can be used to apply for many discount schemes saving as much as 40% on some makeup brands.
You will learn about hair and makeup products and tools. After completing this course you will be able to confidently apply makeup on asian brides for different functions.
You will be able to offer your clients different styles of makeup both bold and subtle.
We teach you how to create several hairstyles from one basic foundation. We also show you how to transform one hairstyle into another within minutes.
You will learn how to prep different hair textures. You will be taught how to create hairstyles for asian or middle eastern brides.
You will be able to start your business as a professional makeup artist without wasting money on unnecessary products and equipment
For additional information on topics covered in this course and the complete itinerary of each day of the course we recommend you read all the information below.
You are taught the following Makeup topics:
Reception / walima makeup
Subtle traditional bridal makeup
Bold traditional bridal makeup
Spotlight / halo makeup
Ombre eyeshadows makeup
Ombre glitter makeup
Soft cut crease makeup
Creme foundation application
Liquid foundation application
Covering dark circles
Highlighting and contouring
Everything about lipstick including overlining
How to do eyeliner including different types
Smokey under eyes
How to do brows
How to do lashes
Different types of foundations
Different eyeshadow primers
Different face primers
How to change one makeup look into another
Colour wheel theory
Colour correction theory
Identifying different skin types
Identifying different skin undertones
Avoiding customer scams
Products and tools
Pro discount schemes
You are taught the following Hair topics:
Traditional bridal Bun
Messy / curly low bun
Contemporary half up half down
Traditional half up half down
Greek braid 1
Greek braid 2
Side bun 1
Side bun 2
Sleek low bun
Barrel / ringlet curls
Structured low bun
Layered vintage fringe
How to section hair
How to change one hairstyle into another
Backcombing (different types)
Making your own padding
Different types of hair pieces
How to prep hair
All makeup, false eyelashes, hair pieces, padding, hair products tools and equipment will be provided for students to use during the course in their practice sessions.
You will be given full details of all products and tools used both high end and cheaper alternatives so that you can purchase them for further practice after the course. A lot of information is covered therefore students should take suitable notes and photographs to assist in furthert practice after the course.
For the first 2 days you will be practising makeup techniques learnt on the course on a model which you can bring, or one can be provided for you for an extra fee of £60 per day.
Training heads / mannequins will be provided for students to use during the hairstyling part of the course. It is not practical to use live models as multiple hairstyles are demonstrated each day and it is necessary to use different hair products and backcombing. Continuous backcombing and application of strong hair products on a live model would cause severe damage to the hair.
Refreshments and lunch is provided at no extra cost.
Health and Safety including safety practices for covid-19.
Importance of using correct PPE.
Keeping Products and equipment clean – brush cleaners and makeup sanitisers.
Different types of lighting, makeup chairs, additional equipment for speed and efficiency.
How to make your business cost effective.
Different types of primers for eye makeup and face makeup, and which ones to use according to skin type and skin tone.
Different types of foundations.
How to assess different skin types and skin tones.
How to select the correct eye primer, face primer and foundation.
Different makeup removers.
Different moisturisers for different skin types.
Recommendations for eyeshadow palettes especially for beginners.
How to blend eyeshadows seamlessly.
How to do eyebrows, ombre, natural, and 3D.
Different types of eyebrow products.
Different types of eyelashes.
How to correctly apply false lashes.
Different types of colour correctors, and how to use them.
How to highlight and contour.
Highlights and contouring products.
How to apply blusher.
Recommendations for blusher colours for different looks.
How to identify different skin undertones to help select correct face and eye products.
How to set makeup for lasting results.
How to avoid creasing under eyes and around mouth.
How to stop lipstick bleeding.
Covering dark circles and blemishes.
How to apply lipstick including over-lining lips.
Different types of lipsticks.
How to do eyeliner including winged eyeliner.
How to do smokey eyes.
Which brushes to use.
Different types of eyeliner and how to preserve gel eyeliner.
Traditional Asian Bridal Makeup.
How to change soft bridal makeup to bold bridal makeup.
Foundation colours required for different ethnicities.
How to do Glitter makeup.
How to apply mascara.
Smokey Eye Makeup.
How to transform one makeup look into a completely different makeup look to save time where clients have booked for more than one event on the same day, and time constraints apply.
Bold Makeup – how to Smokey Eye Makeup.
Spotlight or halo makeup.
Ombre glitter makeup.
How to apply pigments.
How to use or apply liquid foundation.
Different tools for different applications.
Where to purchase makeup tools and makeup products.
How to apply for pro makeup artist discount schemes.
Soft cut crease makeup.
Different types of setting sprays.
How to use different highlighting products.
How to prevent creasing under the eye and mouth.
How to makeup last longer.
How to conduct client trials.
How to manage bookings.
How to avoid scams.
How to conduct phone consultations.
How to deal with difficult / fussy clients.
Must have products for beginners and how to build up your kit.
Reverse highlighting and contouring.
Colour correction theory.
How to use an artist colour wheel to coordinate eyeshadow colours.
How to use glitter.
Health and Safety including safety practices for covid-19. Importance of using correct PPE.
Advice on purchasing mannequins for further practice after the course.
How to wash the mannequins hair and which products to use.
How to apply for trade cards for specialist hair products.
Must have hair products, high end and cheaper alternatives.
Must have tools for hairstyling, high end and cheaper alternatives.
What advice to give clients for prepping hair.
How to conduct trials.
How to prepare and conduct bookings.
How to avoid customer scams.
Which hair pieces required for different hairstyles and where to purchase.
Different types of padding required for different hairstyles.
How to make your own padding.
Traditional bridal bun.
How to create different designs on a bridal bun.
How to section hair.
How to create a vintage fringe with side parting.
How to backcomb correctly.
Half up half down.
Layered vintage fringe with middle parting.
Low messy / curly bun.
How to change one hairstyle into another to save time for clients with multiple bookings.
How to pop synthetic hair.
Different types of pins.
How to secure jewellery where padding has been used in the hairstyle.
How to secure the dupatta where padding has been used in the hairstyle.
Side bun 1.
Side bun 2.
Greek braid 1.
Greek braid 2.
Simple curls (barrel or ringlet).
How to prep hair.
Products required to create different textures for different hairstyles.
How to curl synthetic hair.
How to make curls last longer.
Sleek low bun.
How to secure jewellery when no padding has been used for the hairstyle.
How to secure the dupatta when no padding has been used for the hairstyle.
Optional Day 5 for Photoshoot
You will receive professionally edited images for your portfolio to kick start your new career. The model, photographer, jewellery and outfit are all provided. The tutor is present to provide guidance with the hairstyle and makeup thus reinforcing all that has been learnt on the course. Photoshoots take place on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays following the end of the hair and makeup course.
The Photoshoot is Evidence of the Students Achievement
Our students portfolio work is strictly our students work only i.e. the student has done all the makeup, all the hairstyle, and all the jewellery and outfit setting by themselves at the end of the course without any physical help from the tutor or anyone from her team. Many other teaching establishments pass off pictures as students work whereas the tutor or helper usually do all the hairstyling, and dupatta and jewellery setting themselves, and the student only does the makeup, and in some instances makeup by the student is done on only half the face, whereas the tutor has done makeup on the other half. The whole point of doing a hair and makeup course should be so that the student can complete total hair and makeup looks by themselves by the end of the course without any further help.
Class Size: All courses are limited to a maximum of 3 students per class. Each student receives plenty of individual attention in all aspects of learning to fully benefit from the course.
Course Location: Slough, conveniently located near Heathrow, Hounslow and Southall, and easily accessible from Junction 5 of M4 and Slough Station.
Course Timings: 10am – 5pm
Course Fee: £995 for 4 Days without photoshoot
or £1800 for 5 Days with photoshoot
£100 deposit is required for bookings. The balance can be paid on the course date.
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Upon successful completion of the course an accredited certificate is issued (£25 is payable for the certification). Our student pass rate is 99%. Accredited certificates are accepted by major cosmetic brands such as MAC, Bobbi Brown, etc. when applying for their discount scheme.