I often get asked by girls and guys who aspire to be beauty makeup artists, or who have already started down that path, what their artistry training should cover.
When I was starting out I remember feeling the fear of "what if I get asked to do something I don't know".
So, if this is a path you are considering and are wondering "What do I need to learn to become a Make Up Artist?" or "What should my artistry training be covering?", I have compiled a little checklist of techniques and topics. Whether you are self teaching or are in training, this should help you to become a versatile beauty MUA.
If you have any questions you can find me on social media (@christineocmua) and I am always happy to help out where I can.
I often do one-to-one lessons with girls and guys who
Are starting to train to become MUAs
Have completed makeup training and want to go over certain aspects
Are beauticians who want to grow their makeup knowledge and skills
Are already working MUAs and want to upskill with me to focus on certain trends.
If you are in Cork or can travel to Cork, and would like to book a one-to-one lesson you can pop me an email through my website: christineoconnormua.com/contact
Disclaimer: Makeup is an every growing art form. Trends come and go. Techniques evolve and update. MUAs can specialise in different areas. This is an overview of makeup topics, focussing on beauty makeup.
Christine O'Connor: Top professtional MakeUp Artist serving Co. Cork, Kerry and Munster.