Gozra Lozano Fashion Makeup Course

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  • 8 weeks
  • 12th September 2022

Time: 09:30 – 16:30 (Monday – Friday)

Optional kit additional £1,000


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Student Achievements

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Fashion Makeup Course

Annabel Clark-Clements

I recently completed my training at Bath Academy of Media Makeup. I left university where I was doing makeup to be on this course, and it was the best decision I ever made! It truly is the best course of its kind available! I cannot recommend it enough, everything is so well thought out from our incredible kits, to the class layout to the course content. I want to thank all of the tutors for my amazing experience, and the continued support even since I have finished. I’ve already had some work assisting a fashion makeup artist, and I couldn’t have gotten the position without this training and your references. Thank you all so much! xx

Achievement: ASSISTED ON D&G SHOOT - BRITISH VOGUE, ASSISTING MUA FOR NU ICON MAGAZINE, Assisting MUA - Emily Sandez Album cover, Assisting MUA - Editorial Bridal Shoot, MUA for TWOK Londons Beauty Campaigns, Working at - New York, London & Paris Fashion Week , MUA - BOOHOO FASHION

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Fashion Makeup Course

Megan Leigh

“Thank you so much for all of the expert guidance and tuition and for all that you have done for me. I have so much love for all of you at BAMM, I would be lost without you! I never imagined my makeup career could take off so quickly, landing my first job as MUA to a well-known celebrity before I even stepped one foot out of BAMM.”

Achievement: Personal MUA to politicians and celebrities and has since progressed into film and is now working on Peter’s main team on The Little Mermaid

This Course Includes


Makeup: Week 1 and 2

Health, safety, and hygienic working practices. Contraindications, skin diseases and disorders.

Understanding skin types and the chemical compositions of beauty and makeup products including light reflective makeup products and the implications when working with photographers.

Skin Camouflage: covering tattoos, bruises, skin imperfections and skin disorders through colour correction, product selection and layering techniques

Skin preparation, eyebrow shaping and executing the perfect natural flawless makeup for editorial beauty skin campaigns.

Pantone skin tone and colour correction. Chiaroscuro makeup techniques and colour theory. Determining various eye shapes, face shapes and features. Cultural beauty techniques and trends.

Working with lashes, i.e., Individual, strip, mink, faux, hybrid.

Airbrushing for High Definition; Beauty, Fashion and Bridal.

Executing the perfect red lip and winged liner. Definition eye makeup, Smokey and smouldering eye makeup looks.

Working with various makeup textures and compounds, i.e., powder, pigment, creams, gels, inks, and gloss.

Makeup brands and makeup products, when and what to have in your makeup kit and set bag.

Hair: Week 3 and 4

Washing hair, brushing, combing, and taking a section. Client consultations, contraindications, health safety and hygiene.

Understanding and determining hair type and texture.

Products used for good hair maintenance and styling.

Hairdressing tools and accessories. The products, tools and accessories a makeup and hair artist should always carry in their kit bag.

Blow drying, silk press, creating volume and movement, diffusing, twisting, and defining curls.

Electrical heat styling, creating waves and texture. Working with tongs, wands, straighteners, and rollers.

Plaiting, braiding canerow, locks, setting/ finger waving and wrap styling.

Ponytails, buns, chignons, and pleats. Pinning and gripping securely.

Attaching hair methods. Extensions: Bonding, weaving.

Using switches, wigs padding and hair pieces.

Creating a beautiful authentic bridal photoshoot or skin beauty campaign for a portfolio building photoshoot.



Commercial and Editorial: Week 5 and 6

Working as a hair and makeup artist in advertorial, music, live transmission, and as a personal for celebrities and red-carpet events.

Retro and vintage hair and makeup creation 1920’s – 2000.

Students will work within teams to create adverts for a makeup brand. Showcasing a seasonal pitch relating to a certain demographic. Using mood boards, images, and face charts to pitch and execute the design to the client (tutor) and photographer concluding in a professional portfolio building photoshoot. 

Fashion and Runway Makeup:  Week 7 and 8

Introduction and insight working in fashion and runway.

Inclusive beauty and makeup products.

Creating face charts, designing, and exploring textures and mediums that can be used within makeup such as using jewels and dripping latex.

During this module students collaborate with upcoming clothing brands. The concept is briefed by the designer for the launch of their new seasonal range. Models are allocated to students. Students will work with the makeup designer (tutor) and other key artists (fellow students) to create a hair and makeup design fitting of the brief ready for a professional portfolio photoshoot for both the brand and student.


Being self-employed; completing tax returns, managing your money, invoicing, pricing jobs and insurance. Applying for a job: How to apply for jobs and contact designers. Feedback and assessments. Using social media influence in the right way. How to use your portfolio of work to your advantage.

Certificate of completion accredited by the BAC