So VERY proud of graduates, Felicity Hamnett and Vanessa Summers for landing Makeup trainee and assistant roles on the fabulous ITV Soap, Emmerdale. Congratulations girls!
About Elaine Myers-Jones
Elaine, the School’s founder, Principal and student mentor, trained privately as a make-up artist in 1992 and is also a qualified and experienced lecturer.
She has vast experience as a freelance make-up artist in fashion/editorial make-up, music videos, TV, film and Special FX make-up.
In 2000, she founded the very well respected School of Make-up and has trained and nurtured hundreds of successful students from around the world and is very well known in the Fashion and Media industry.
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Our next incredibly popular part-time (evening) Glam Fashion and Occasion Makeup course is starting on Wednesday 24th April. Places are going FAST.
We will show you how to define eyebrows and eyes when there is non or little present. Teach you all about the different wigs available and the care involved for making the most out of your wig. You can try on a selection of beautiful natural looking wigs and find a brand new you! All free of charge.
Choosing the best makeup course can be daunting, with so many schools, colleges, academies and studios offering “MUA” courses today. Here’s some brutally honest advice to help you make the right choice.
Something extraordinary happened last weekend. We attended an awards ceremony, where we were finalists in the category “Best Training Academy”, which we’ve won before. In fact, we’ve won 5 awards previously, which is wonderful. Winning an award leaves you feeling on top of the world, high as a kite, thrilled beyond compare and to be […]
We often get asked about the success rate of our students, and I always answer with pride……it’s extremely high! Last Friday evening, a graduate contacted me in desperate need of an assistant on a shoot for five days this week. The person must be proficient in barbering, which is essential for all Make-up Artists working […]
Off the back of the comments made on Lady Ga Ga’s tummy at her performance at the Super Bowl, I wanted to put my feelings across on this subject.
It appears that in our culture of multiple choices and quick fix solutions, we have lost the ability to commit. Cheaper and quicker courses appear more desirable than investment and commitment.
This week I decided to perform an experiment on myself, and it made me really sad.
Sometimes make-up can help us feel prettier, sexier and sometimes it can just help us feel normal! It can enhance our features and hide our flaws but most of all, it can make us…..