The Progressive Makeup Artistry Course is the most comprehensive course that we offer at the school. This course runs for 4 months with intense and meticulous modules that cover everything from core makeup discipline through to advanced technique and Special Effects training. PMUA modules have been designed to even challenge qualified makeup artists and as the name suggests, the course is designed to accelerate the students learning to meet the demands of the modern makeup industry.
All PMUA modules are unique to the school and cover important makeup artistry skills. Students develop an eye for detail with sophisticated precision. The program is completely hands on and because our class sizes are small, students receive personal attention from our experienced trainers. Since 2011 the Huxley School of Makeup has been at the forefront of makeup artistry education in Australia. Our reputation of excellence is evident in the exceptional work of our students and graduates who have gone on to work in all facets of this dynamic industry. Huxley Alumni reach their educational objectives with confidence and pride. Our courses are specifically designed with the intention of students entering the work force inspired and knowledgeable.
PMUA students receive all the necessary tools and skills to work as a Professional MUA in all areas of the industry. On completion of the PMUA Course, graduates receive a certificate of attainment for completing all PMUA modules to the high standards set by the school. Throughout the course students develop an incredible portfolio of their work shooting with a professional photographer up to 16 times! Having the resources to professionally showcase your work is an invaluable tool to market yourself and get the job. We also understand the importance of non technical skills such as understanding on set etiquette, communication skills, customer service, concept development and business skills so the Huxley School of Makeup includes modules such as personal development and makeup business modules to make the transition into the real world a little easier.