The importance of being cross trained in the film industry

16 December 2016
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With the growing demand for specialized makeup artists continuing to increase with no sign of slowing down, there is also a high demand for artists who are cross trained in both hairdressing and makeup.

In most cases, only the most skilled of artists will succeed in landing a job role in the film industry.

Here at CMA, we chose to act on this growing demand for cross trained talent and we have carefully created a fantastic two year hair and makeup specialist programme which will provide you with ALL of the  skills to succeed in both the hairdressing and the makeup industry!

In this exciting course, You will cover everything from fashion and beauty makeup to SFX, wigs, colouring and cutting.

After successful completion of the course, you will be qualified with a level 6 on the Irish Education Framework with an internationally recognized diploma plus a comprehensive portfolio of work!

The range of career opportunities is endless with working on the set of a movie being just one of many possibilities.

You may also choose to freelance in hair and makeup or even start your very own business!

To see the  full course outline of our Hair and Makeup Specialist Programme, you can view it here.

Natalie McKee

Author: Natalie McKee

Natalie is a professional fashion/photographic, bridal and commercial makeup Artist from Northern Ireland with Published work in various magazines within the UK and the U.S.A. She is currently based in Dublin working as a Makeup artist for Glamettes Ireland and as a Tutor for The College of Media & Artistry.