Starting a Professional Make up Course

I finally started a professional make up course!

Yes, this is very exciting news for me (my friends think my excitement is a little…extreme lol) but I have no doubt you beauty lovers will be more understanding! πŸ™‚

It’s been something I’ve been thinking about doing for quite a few years but never seemed to find the right course for me. However now, it’s finally happening and if all goes to plan then I’ll be a certified make up artist by July 2016. So exciting!

Just thought I’d show you the kit they provided us with. Isn’t it a beauty?

This course focuses primarily on beauty make up, so no special effects or theatrical make up here, however that will be something to consider later on…

In here there are 5 beautiful palettes: cream foundations, concealers, powder blushers, neutral eye shadows for every day make up and vibrant ones for avant garde and romantic make up.

Apart from these palettes, we also got a couple of lip and eye pencils, loose powder, lip glosses, mascara, liquid liners latex sponges and a brush cleaner.

The brand, Phito Studios Make up, is a range of make up that’s generally used by professional make up artists and is recommended by INFA beauty schools.

I’ll be reviewing these products as I progress further with the course, and hopefully might be posting some of my work or else make up on myself in the coming months. It’s something I’ve never done but I feel that now might be a good time to start this… what do you think? πŸ™‚

Have any of you ever done a professional make up course or want to do one? Or do you prefer just trying out new products and experimenting with make up on yourself?

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13 thoughts on “Starting a Professional Make up Course

  1. Yay! How awesome! I’e taken a makeup course to be certified and also covered it when I get my esthetics license so I completely understand your enthusiasm. And no, it’s not extreme because then that would mean I’m extreme and that’s just simply not the case. πŸ˜‰ Haha You’re going to love it. Good luck, have fun and enjoy!

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  2. I’m so excited for you! Haha, non-makeup addict friends just don’t get it…
    Is this a part-time course? I’d love to learn some tips & tricks purely for fun.
    That kit looks AMAZING – wow, all the colours you’d need. My friend took an estethics course which included a module in makeup application and she gave me all of the makeup after she was done with it (she’s not so much interested in makeup – more into nails and hair removal and such). I loved the quality of the professional makeup – the packaging isn’t fancy but it’s what’s inside that counts!
    Enjoy! πŸ™‚ Looking forward to hearing how you like it and what you’re learning.

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    • ohhh wow!! lucky you and what a sweet friend hehe. awesome! yes it’s part time, once a week (occasionally twice as we help her out with extras for a local tv show). the kit is awesome! true the packaging isnt really that great so im really loving the high quality of the products. the cream foundations are unlike anything ive ever used before!

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  3. Sounds so amazing! Love the look of the kit and all of the contents. Such a great idea to follow a course in it, you will pick up so many tips and tricks. Looking forward to hearing all about it when you get going πŸ™‚
    xx Anne

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