Masters II Makeup Artistry 2017-06-21T16:24:30+00:00

Master II Makeup Artistry

Master II Makeup Artistry
Beauty Makeup Artistry, Professional Makeup Artistry, Advanced Prosthetics Training

HD Professional Masters II Department Head Make-Up Artistry Materials Procedures Training

(M-F 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. – 57 Weeks)
2264 Clock Hours

This 2264 hour H.D Professional Masters II Head Department Make-up Artistry session is designed to help the trainee master the skills necessary of make-up materials application procedures  to be employed in film and television, still photography studio, theater, or other related fields where an individual trained in all phases of make-up artistry is typically employed. It also provides trainees the instruction and skills necessary to work in prosthetics laboratory, independently, or in a special make-up effects laboratory environment for film and television. (This session builds on the elements learned in the H.D Professional Masters I Key Make-up Artistry Materials Procedures Training session) The H.D Professional Masters II Department Head Make-up Artistry Materials Procedures Training session teaches all aspects of corrective, glamour, fashion, and fantasy beauty make-ups as well as aging, hair work, injury simulation, monster construction, and prosthetic application.

The session is offered by means of lectures and hands-on labs. Session rooms and labs are designed to duplicate the actual environment of major film and television studio make-up departments

This professional make-up materials procedures training session is the most advanced training for the use of professional make-up material in an entertainment, fashion, society, commercial and make-up industry arenas. This session because if its length and wide scope is offered by several Joe Blasco Cosmetics, Inc. make-up materials trainers and subsequently it’s schedule is subject to change to accommodate the professional schedules normally held by trainers who work in the professional make-up and  make-up marketing industry. This session is conducted as an expanded and highly comprehensive apprenticeship session with approximately one third of its session hours actually taken within the confines of the Joe Blasco cosmetics, Inc., MUA T.V, film and television studio facility in Hollywood and Palm Springs, CA and on location at various California cities such as Los Angeles, Pasadena, Santa Monica, and Malibu .This session is not available at the Orlando center. Individuals accepted into the session must be fully committed to a unique, dynamic, and changing work schedule and environment which the apprenticeship nature of the session shall dictate. Attendees of this session that have successfully completed 16 weeks of  training are then permitted to also attend any and all other training sessions being held at the Hollywood center which does not conflict with the apprenticeship session of H.D Professional Masters II Department Head Make-up Artistry materials Procedures Training session schedule. This session’s schedule is announced on a weekly schedule through the use of e-mail and texting which shall alert the students of the time and location of the upcoming week’s session. The schedule is dispatched late Friday afternoon or Saturday. This session is also scheduled on specific Saturdays and Sundays to better accommodate the nature of the session and the professional schedule of the trainers. The final project evaluation shall be conducted by master make-up artists in each area of make-up materials procedures training, and by Mr. Blasco personally. This session is a  “real world” apprenticeship type training process which far surpasses all other such training at any other institution.

I. Sanitization and Hygiene, product knowledge, safety procedures and materials discussion

  • Formulas for sanitizing; chemical solutions for brush cleaners; Joe Blasco ozokleen brush cleaner; Quaternary Ammonium Compounds and bleach solution

 

II Anatomy of face and body

III. Business

  • Cosmetic chemistry
  • Manufacturing and private label  procedures
  • Differences between society, commercial, and media, make-up industry
  • Skin Care and the art of make-up removal
  • Make-up history
  • Responsibilities of a department head
  • Lighting techniques, interior and exterior

 

IV. Beauty Make-up Artistry

  • The assembly and explanation  of the professional beauty  make-up kit and materials
  • Shading and highlighting
  • Eye make-up
  • Lip color
  • Beauty  make-up categories, styles, trends, and corrective genres
  • Documentary
  • Clean
  • Glamour
  • Period
  • High Fashion
  • Fantasy
  • Bridal
  • Red Carpet
  • Avant-garde
  • Editorial
  • Couture ( runway dramatic)
  • Political Platform( female/male)
  • Transgender
  • Theatrical live stage
  • Mortuary
  • Medical
  • Male grooming and corrective make-up
  • Topical non licensed required application of nail enamels and temporary hair coloring
  • Rejuvenation make-up application for models 70 years and older
  • Mature normal corrective make-up application for models 45 years and above

 

V. Advanced H.D. Beauty Techniques

  • Exclusive Joe Blasco lecture/demo and video viewing

 

VI. Airbrush Beauty Application

  • The assembly and explanation of the professional airbrush make-up kit and materials
  • Mechanics, use
  • Sanitation, maintenance

 

VII. Advanced Airbrush

  • Face and body painting

 

VIII. Phase 1 Project

IX. Aging Make-up

  • The assembly and explanation of the professional aging make-up kit and materials
  • Theory of old age make-up for motion picture, television, and stage
  • Chronological age vs. environmental health, heredity, and psychological influences
  • Base or no base
  • Shading and highlighting
  • Wrinkle application utilizing paint and powder techniques
  • Hair graying
  • Age marks- veins, broken capillaries, hand make-up, liver spots
  • Stretch and stipple utilizing paint and powder

 
X.  Aging Make-Up II

  • Transfer appliance fabrication and application

 

XI. Hair Work

  • The assembly and explanation of the professional hair kit and materials
  • Various sources for human, animal, silk and synthetic hair
  • Preparation/color blending of wool hair, human hair, silk hair and synthetic hair
  • Application of beards and chopped hair
  • Removal of adhesive shine
  • Creating natural hairline for beards and mustaches with overlay
  • Floating off complete pieces
  • Proper storage of  floated pieces
  • Proper re-application od floated pieces with overlay
  • Lace front application, removal, cleaning, blocking , dressing and storage
  • Basic wrapping, pinning and storage

 

XII. Wig Making

  • The assembly and explanation of the professional wig making kit and materials.
  • Wig making, cutting, setting, dressing, cleaning, and blocking color blending of wool, yak hair, silk, human hair, and synthetic fiber
  • Use of stove/iron including cleaning and maintenance
  • Use of hackle, safety requirements, cleaning maintenance and storage
  • Auxiliary hackle for onset and impromptu location work
  • Wrapping, pinning and storage

 

XIII. Onset Hairstyling

  • The assembly and explanation of the professional  hairstyling kit and materials
  • Conceptual consideration
  • Historical research for period hairstyles
  • Non-licensed, in studio haircutting of wigs, and incidental model touch ups
  • Proper washing and setting of wigs both human hair and synthetic
  • Non-licensed proper washing and setting of models hair
  • Proper setting ,styling, combing of wigs and models hair, including real hair and synthetic hair
  • Blow-drying techniques
  • Hot roller use
  • Comb outs:
    • Comb-out into a down &under
    • Comb-out into a fluff
    • Comb-out into a Modern up do
    • Comb-out into a 40’s up and 40’s down
  • Use of irons
  • Application of a ¾ fall
  • Discussion of switches and hair clusters and their proper application
  • Discussion on toupees and proper application
  • Braiding
  • Simple up-dos
  • Styling with Folding and Twisting
  • Techniques for pinning
  • Discussion on matching scenes
  • Discussion on matching scenes

 

XIV. Bald Cap

  • The assembly and explanation of the professional bald cap kit and materials
  • Cap selection and manufacturing
  • Client preparation before cap application
  • Application and removal of cap
  • Make-up base and stipple for cap
  • Patching and repairs techniques
  • Shaved head effect.

 

XV. Bald Cap II

  • The assembly and explanation of the Bald Cap lit and materials
  • Advanced Full head silicone bald cap

 

XVI. Character Make-Up FX I

  • The assembly and explanation of the professional  make-up FX kit and materials
  • Pencil sketching of facial and nose shapes and full original face drawing materials techniques
  • Injury simulation
  • Injury transfer, appliance, fabrications and application

 

XVII. Character Make-Up FX II

  • The assembly and explanation of the professional make-up FX kit and materials
  • Historical character and cliché character make-up conceptualization and application
  • Fantastical and whimsical original character make-up FX
  • Death and gore simulation

 

XVIII. Character Effects Make-up III

  • The assembly and explanation of the professional make-up FX kit and materials
  • Character design and incorporation of all of the above

 

XIX. Additional Projects, students selects from the following:

  • Prospector
  • Prize fighter
  • Soldier in battle
  • Historical character
  • Pirate
  • Bearded mountain climber at high altitude
  • Fireman exiting blazing inferno/smoke inhalation
  • Drug addict
  • CSI injury application/corpse
  • Zombie/Vampire

 

XX. Classical Monster construction    Review of classics

  • The assembly and explanation of the professional monster kit and materials
  • Frankenstein’s  monster done by Jack Pierce 1931
  • Dracula in style of Bela Lugosi’s character
  • Warewolf  in the style of Boris Karloff’s character as done by Jack Pierce
  • Versatility of everyday materials i.e. dryer sheets, tissues
  • Conceptualization and design
  • Proper application and removal

 

XXI. Contemporary Monster Construction

  • The assembly and explanation of the professional monster kit and materials
  • Design and execute original monster concept

 

XXII. Prosthetics

  • The assembly and explanation of the professional prosthetics kit and materials
  • Demonstration on application and coloration of a prosthetic appliance
  • Hands on prosthetic application
  • Creating a prosthetic make-up character( A boxer, unfortunate homeless person, human type monster)
  • Small life casting of nose
  • Sculpting a prosthetic nose on the casting
  • Flash and mold the sculptures
  • Cast gelatin into the finished molds
  • Practicing application with extra pieces
  •  Supervision of proper removal

 

XXIII. Silicone Application/Fabrication

  • The assembly and explanation of the silicone kit and materials
  • Life cast of model/partner using Smooth-on’s Body Double silicone casting material and plaster bandages.
  • Create a polyurethane and fiberglass positive to sculpt prosthetic
  • Create naturalistic and believable character prosthetics(i.e nose, brow, forehead, cheeks)
  • Sculpt a facial prosthetic designed to blend onto model’s skin to enhance features
  • Work with polyurethane to make “state of the art” molds
  • Mold sculpted prosthetics with polyurethane materials and fiberglass
  • Air brush vinyl into the mold to encapsulate intrinsically pigmented silicone gel.
  •  Use tints and washes to discover how much it takes to make the prosthetic come to life.

 

XXIV. Gelatin Application/Fabrication

  • The assembly and explanation of the gelation kit and materials

 

XXV. Phase Two Project

XXVI. Sanitation, Hygiene, product knowledge, safety procedures, kit inventory

XXVII. Anatomy of face and body

XXVIII. Prosthetic Design

  • Rendering and Mechanical effects
  • Psychological preparation of the subject for facial impression

 

XXIX. Sculpting Techniques

  • Advanced sculpting techniques on a positive cast
  • Sculpting on isolated cast pieces
  • Sculpting maquette

 

XXX. Advanced Full Face Quasimodo Sculpting

XXXI. Advanced Full Face Frankenstein Sculpting

XXXII. Advanced Full Face Alien Sculpting

XXXIII. Advanced Full Face Leprosy Sculpting

XXXIV. Foaming Techniques

  • Familiarizing with foam latex compound
  • Preparation of cast for foaming
  • Introduction foam rubber into  molds
  • Techniques of cleaning clay from negative and positive casts

 

XXXV. Color Techniques

  • Intrinsic color techniques
  • Extrinsic color techniques

 

XXXVI. Prosthetics Application

  • Preparation of client for application
  • Application and removal of appliance
  • Coloring

 

XXXVII. Administrative Make-up Programs

  • Sales, business and accounting techniques
  • Career development of resumes, business cards, portfolio
  • MSDS and sanitation information

 

XXXVIII. Basic Photoshop

XXXIX. Advanced Photoshop

XL. Basic Z-brush

XLI. Advanced Z-brush

XLII. Digital Composition for make-up refinement

XLIII. Advanced Theatrical Live Stage Make-up for Historical Plays and Opera

  • Differences in application

 

XLIV. History of Hollywood Make-up Artists

  • Max Factor Organization and products
  • The Westmore’s of Hollywood
  • The Burman’s of Hollywood
  • The Dawn’s of Hollywood
  • The Bau’s of Hollywood
  • Work of Jack Pierce
  • Work of Charles Schram/William Tuttle
  • Work of Harry Thomas
  • Work of Phillip Leakey
  • Work of Joe Blasco

 

XLV. Make-up in the movies

  • Select a series of 12 essential films selected by Mr. Blasco personally which exhibit monumental and inspirational work done by many make-up artists from film and television mediums.

 

XLVI. Expanded Digital Cinematography

  • Effects of cinematography upon make-up artistry now and into the future.

 

XLVII. History of lighting for motion pictures and television

  • Current modern lighting innovations and  how they have impacted the make-up industry

 

XLVII. History of Hairstyling through the ages

  • Creation of hairstyles associated with historical characters

 

XLVIII. Benefits of accounting and tax preparation for professional make-up artists

  • Sessions conducted exclusively by knowledgeable accountants familiar with the requirements of the entertainment and fashion make-up industry.

XLIX. Proper exercise and nutritional requirements of professional make-up artists.

  • Designed to improve the health and longevity of the make-up artist in both film and television

 

L. Personality development and enhancement of behavioral protocol of make-up artistry

  • Self-improvement sessions intended to optimize the communication skills of individuals working within the entertainment and fashion industry.

 

LI .Phase 2 materials Career/business Procedures /accounting processes/on-set and on-location materials usage/etiquette/ on-set professional demeanor

  • Accounting processes vital to materials usage.
  • On location and onset training working with professional materials upon models
  • Demonstrating materials usage to photographers to gain experience in the industry.
  • Field trip to MUATV studios in Palm Springs, CA
  • Filed Trip to Joe Blasco Cosmetics Warehouse center and store in Palm Springs ,CA
  • Filed trip to Cosmetics manufacturing research and development factory
  • In field materials usage working with hair dressers, set designers, still photographers and lighting designers
  • Physical portfolio and electronic portfolio assembly

 

LII. Final Testing and session completion

H.D Professional Masters II Department Head Make-up Artistry Materials Procedures Training

Normally required hours:

Product knowledge safety, hygiene, sanitation kit inventory 16 Clock Hours
Anatomy of face and body 16 Clock Hours
Business 24 Clock Hours
Beauty Make-up Artistry 80 Clock Hours
Advanced H.D Beauty Techniques 40Clock Hours
Fundamental Airbrush 40 Clock Hours
Advanced Airbrush 80 Clock Hours
Phase 1 Project 24 Clock Hours
Aging I 40 Clock Hours
Aging II 80 Clock Hours
Hair Work 80 Clock Hours
Wig Making 80 Clock Hours
Onset Hairstyling 40 Clock Hours
Bald Cap I 40 Clock Hours
Bald Cap II 40 Clock Hours
Character Make-up Effects I 80 Clock Hours
Character Make-up Effects II 40 Clock Hours
Character Make-up Effects III 40 Clock Hours
Additional Projects 40 Clock Hours
Classical Monster Construction 40 Clock Hours
Contemporary Monster Construction 40 Clock Hours
Prosthetics 40 Clock Hours
Silicone Application/Fabrication 120 Clock Hours
Gelatin Application/Fabrication 120 Clock Hours
Phase II Project 24 clock Hours
Sanitation, Hygiene, product knowledge, safety procedures, kit inventory 16 Clock Hours
Prosthetics design 40 Clock Hours
Sculpting Techniques 40 Clock Hours
Advanced Full face Quasimodo Sculpting 80 Clock Hours
Advanced Full Face Frankenstein Sculpting 80 Clock Hours
Advanced Full Face Alien Sculpting 80 Clock Hours
Advanced Full Face Leprosy Sculpting 80 Clock Hours
Foaming Techniques 40 Clock Hours
Color Techniques 40 Clock Hours
Prosthetics Application 40 Clock Hours
Administrative Make-up Programs 40 Clock Hours
Basic Photoshop 40 Clock Hours
Advanced Photoshop 40 Clock Hours
Basic Z- brush 40 Clock Hours
Advanced Z-brush 40 Clock Hours
Digital Composition for make-up refinement 40 Clock Hours
Advanced Theatrical Live Stage Make-up 40 Clock Hours
History of Hollywood Make-up Artistry 8 Clock Hours
Make-up in the Movies 8 Clock Hours
Expanded Digital Cinematography concepts 8 Clock Hours
History of lighting for motion pictures and television 8 Clock Hours
History of hairstyling through the ages 8 Clock Hours
Benefits of accounting and tax preparation 8 Clock Hours
Proper Exercise and nutritional requirements 8 Clock Hours
Personality development and enhancement of behavioral protocol 8 Clock Hours
Portfolio development 40 Clock Hours
Final Testing and graduation 24 Clock Hours

H.D Professional Masters II Department Head Make-Up Artistry Materials Procedures training session description:

1. Business
This session focuses on cosmetic chemistry, manufacturing and private label procedures, skin care and make-up history.

2.Beauty Makeup
This session introduces the student to the basics of Beauty make-up for motion pictures, television, still photography, and the stage. Additional topics include principles of highlighting and shading; classic beauty make-up; classic glamour make-up; natural high fashion make-up and fantasy beauty make-up.

3. Advanced H.D Beauty techniques
High fashion-focused session.

4. Airbrush Beauty Application
This session introduces trainees to the mechanics use , sanitation and maintenance of airbrushing.

5. Advanced Airbrush
This session introduced trainees to face and body painting.

6. Phase 1 project
Project that encompasses all the training thus far.

7. Aging Make-up
This session introduces the trainee to the theory , materials and techniques employed in creating aging make-up for motion pictures, television and the stage.

8. Aging make-up ii
Extensive training in transfer appliance fabrication and application.

9. Hair Work
This session covers the preparation and color blending of wool hair/human hair, silk hair , goat hair, angora hair, yak hair, horse hair, boar hair, and synthetic hair, the application of beards and chopped hair, creating natural hairlines for beards, mustaches with overlay and floating off complete pieces.

10. Wig making
This session introduces the trainee into wig making, cutting, setting, dressing, cleaning, color blocking and color blending of wool, yak hair, silk human hair, and synthetic fiber. The use of stove/iron including cleaning and maintenance and the use of a hackle and auxiliary hackle for onset and  impromptu location work is also part of this session.

11. Onset Hairstyling
This session introduces the trainee to the assembly and explanation of the professional hairstyling kit and materials, conceptual considerations and proper washing of and setting for wigs of both human hair and synthetic fibers.

12. Bald Cap
This session introduces the design, construction, and application of caps for make-up effects. Additional topics include cap painting, proper cap removal, patching and repairs and shaved head effect.

13. Bald cap II
This session introduces the trainee to the advanced Full head silicone bald cap and to utilize pre-made rubber bald caps.

14. Character Make-up FX I
This session covers injury simulation and , injury transfer, appliance, fabrications and applications.

15. Character Make-up FX II
This session covers death and gore simulation.

16. Character Make-up FX III
This session introduces character design.

17. Addition Projects, students select from the following
Students can select from the following projects: prospector, prize fighter, soldier in battle, historical character, pirate, bearded mountain climber, fireman, drug addict, and zombie/vampire and / or CSI injury/corpse

18. Classical Monster Construction
This session reviews the classical monster construction of Frankestein as done by Jack Pierce in 1931, Dracula in the style of Bela Lugosi’s character, warewolf  in the style of Boris Karloff’s  as done by Jack Pierce.

19. Contemporary Monster construction
This session introduces the student to design and execution of the original monster concept.

20. Prosthetics
This session introduces the trainee to the theory and techniques for the production and application of prosthetic appliance. Topics include small casting of nose flash and mold sculptures, cast gelatin into finished molds and practicing application with extra pieces.

21. Silicone Application/Fabrication
This session introduces the trainee to doing life cast’s on their model using Smooth-on’s Body double silicone, creating polyurethane and fiberglass positives to sculpt prosthetics, creating naturalistic and believable character prosthetics , sculpt a facial prosthetic designed to blend onto the model’s skin to enhance features, work with polyurethane to make “state of the art molds”
Mold sculpted prosthetics with polyurethane materials and fiberglass, Airbrush vinyl into the molds to encapsulate intrinsically pigmented silicone gel.

22. Gelatin Application/Fabrication
This session introduces the trainee to the Gelatin application and fabrication.

23. Phase Two Project
Phase two project is a project that will encompass everything that the trainee has been trained on thus far.

24. Anatomy of face and body
This session further introduces the trainee to the anatomy of the face and body.

25. Prosthetic design
This session introduces the trainee to rendering, as well as to the psychological preparation of the subject for facial impression.

26. Sculpting Techniques
This session introduces the trainee into advanced sculpting techniques on a positive cast, sculpting on isolated cast techniques, and sculpting maquetts.

27. Advanced Full Face Quasimodo Sculpting
This session introduces the trainee to advanced full face Quasimodo sculpting.

28. Advanced Full Face Frankenstein Sculpting
This session introduces the trainee to advanced full face Frankenstein sculpting.

29. Advanced Full Face Alien Sculpting
This session introduces the trainee to advanced full face alien sculpting.

30. Advanced Full Face Leprosy Sculpting
This session introduces the trainee to advanced full face leprosy sculpting.

31. Foaming Techniques
This session introduces the trainee to foam latex compounds and the preparation of casts for foaming. Other topics also include introduction of foam rubber into molds and techniques of cleaning clay from negative and positive casts.

32. Color Techniques
This session introduces the trainee to Intrinsic and Extrinsic color techniques.

33. Prosthetic Application
This session introduces the trainee to the preparation of client application, application and removal of appliances and coloring.

34. Administrative Make-up Programs
This session introduces the trainee to sales, business, and accounting techniques, career development of resumes, business cards and portfolios. Other topics include MSDS and sanitation information

35. Basic Photoshop
This session introduces the trainee to basic photoshop.

36. Advanced Photoshop
This session introduces the trainee to advanced photoshop

37. Basic Z-brush
This session introduces the trainee to basic Z-brush.

38. Digital Composition for make-up refinement
This session introduces the trainee to digital composition for make-up refinement.

39. Advanced Theatrical Live Stage Make-up for Historical Plays and Opera
This session introduces the trainee to the differences in application for theatrical live stage make-up for historical plays and opera.

40. History of Hollywood Make-up Artists
This session introduces the trainee to the Max factor organization and products, the Westmore’s of Hollywood, Burmann’s of Hollywood, Dawn’s of Hollywood, and the  Bau’s of Hollywood. Other topics include the work of Jack Pierce , work of Charles Schram/William Tuttle, the work ofHarry Thomas, the work of Phillip Leakey and the work of Joe Blasco.

41. Make-up in the movies
This session will have the trainee select a series of 12 films selected by Mr. Blasco personally which exhibit monumental and inspirational work done by make-up artists from film and television mediums.

42. Expanded Digital Cinematography
This session introduces the trainee to the effects of cinematography upon make-up artistry now and into the future.

43. History of lighting for motion pictures and television
This session introduces the trainee to current modern lighting innovations and how they have impacted the make-up industry.

44. History of Hairstyling through the ages
This session introduces the trainee to the creation of hairstyles associated with historical characters.

45. Benefits of accounting and tax preparation for professional make-up artists
This session introduces the trainee to the benefits of accounting and tax preparation.

46. Proper exercise and nutrition requirements
This session is designed to improve the health, longevity and endurance of the make-up artist in both film and television.

47. Personality development and enhancement of behavioral protocol of make-up artistry
This session introduces the trainee to the development and enhancement of behavioral protocol in the  make-up industry

48. Phase Two Materials Career/business Procedures/accounting processes/on-set and on-location materials usage/etiquette/on-set professional demeanor
This session furthers the training in accounting processes vital to materials usage, on location and onset training working with professional materials upon models, demonstrating materials usage to photographers to gain experience in the industry. Other topics include in field materials usage working with hair dressers, set designers, still photographers and lighting designers, as well filed trips to Joe Blasco Cosmetics warehouse center and store in Palm Springs, field trip to MUATV studios in Palm Springs and field trip to cosmetics manufacturing research and development factory.

49. Final Testing and session completion

Trainees will be graded based upon their individual weekly projects. Grades will also be issued for homework. A comprehensive final exam will be given in order to determine the extent a student has retained the information throughout the course.

Text Books: “The Professional Makeup Artist” Vol. 1, 2 and 3 by Joe Blasco and Vincent J-R Kehoe Joe Blasco Advanced Prosthetics Safety Manual