View our ITEC Makeup courses below
The Make Up Crew tutors work in class as we do on set and photo shoots, so our Make up Students are trained to be ready and skilled to start real work in the industry.
For Students who have already completed a make up course with us or with another college and you want to further your skills, you may qualify to take place on 1 or 2 days per week of Module 1/2, therefore lessening your course cost price.
Diploma in Fashion and Glamour Make up
2 Day per week (Dublin & Limerick)
Course Duration: 16 weeks
Useful information for Parents
Welcome to The make up crew family!
We encourage you to review the complete website to examine all the facts regarding our application procedures, course catalog, career counselling and the various programs that are available to your son or daughter as a resource. Our faculty, directors and administrative staff are all deeply invested in the personal welfare of each student. All offices at The Make Up Crew have an open-door policy and the school works to foster an open communal environment in which students feel comfortable asking for advice and help.
For many young people, college means making a new start, meeting new people and facing new challenges. As a college we are committed to supporting our students throughout their time here. We want your son or daughter to have an enriching and successful experience with The Make Up Crew.
How likely is it for students to be employed?
At The Make Up Crew our aim is to provide students with a live professional learning and working environment so that students are industry ready upon completion of their course. During the course students will have the opportunity to participate in live professional photo shoots, in-house and on location, enabling them to gain an essential portfolio for future employment. Photo-shoots give students the opportunity to network with upcoming models, leading photographers and stylists within the industry. This gives every student the necessities to go straight into the industry ready to work, a portfolio covers a range of assignments and highlights the best of every artist’s skills.
We encourage all parents to read over our FAQ section for a better insight into the make up artistry career path for your son or daughter.
What you need to start a course
What you need to start your course
– Make up Kit and Set of Make up Brushes (Your course comes with a Starter Make up Kit and Brushes, we do have College Pro Kits available to you when you want to expand your Kit… as a make up artist can never have enough.
– Folder and notebook
All courses are accredited with an in house Diploma and the worldwide recognized ITEC Accreditation. Course Fee’s can be paid in full or an easy payment option is available.
Deposits are non-refundable but are transferable within regulations.
Life as a makeup artist
Going to college is a big and important step. With the proliferation of makeup schools nowadays, some basic level of professional training has become a pretty common expectation for new makeup talent looking to work professionally.
Going to any particular school will never assure your success, but choosing a school that challenges you is a strong way to start your makeup journey.
If you’re starting to look at makeup schools, chances are you’re beginning to look at makeup not just as a hobby or even a passion, but also as a potential career. At the make up crew, we’re often approached by students, parents and even graduate’s looking for advice on taking the next step in the makeup world.
In our years training artists for all facets of the makeup game, we’ve come to learn that there is no one path to success. In fact, different makeup artists have different definitions of what “success” even means.
Your goal is your own. As long as you have one, we’re here to help you on the way.
At the make up Crew we stand behind our graduates for every step of their careers and offer lifetime graduate mentoring. Our graduates regularly take advantage of this pledge by contacting our directors for career advice and counseling.
“The course I chose was module 2 with a diploma in fashion and glamour makeup, with three other courses behind me and fully qualified it was an amazing refresher for me.
During the course I was offered to do work experience, I was given the opportunity to work on “The Rocky Horror Picture show” on the Sugar club which was amazing to be back stage. I was offered a ladies day out held in the Aviva Staduim giving makeovers to woman with a new brand of makeup also giving an amazing chance to work with the Saint Patrick’s day parade of 2014 which was a very busy day with over 150 faces to be done with just over 10 makeup artists.
I received a distinction for my portfolio and after the course I felt really confident to get into the career ofmakeup, I am now employed by makeup recruitment for luxury brands and have worked on counters in brown Thomas and Arnotts such as Laura Mercier, La Prairie and Yves Saint Laurent.
I cannot recommend this College enough, the teaching is superb from such lovely girls and not playing by the rules but embracing your inner style and flair is what matters here.”
– Laura Cullen, past student.
“I had researched a lot of makeup schools prior to enrolling at The Makeup Crew, I think it was their friendly professionalism that made me decide to join them…
and i am happy I did.
While I was there I learned a lot about makeup techniques and also importantly
about the industry in general. Lots of practical hands on experience at events,
stage shows etc. gave me the confidence and knowledge to pursue my own
particular direction in the industry.
I represented The Makeup Crew at the Warpaint Professional Beauty
competition in Dublin in 2013, it was my first attempt at a competition and i was
nervous to have my work critiqued by so many people but
The Makeup Crew were there
cheering me on and to my surprise i finished in 3rd place
from a tight field of entrants. It was great to have their encouragement
Since finishing my course with The Makeup Crew I have worked on feature films, a music video and in various other areas as a freelance makeup artist.”
– Lawan Boonjeed, past student.