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Students learn how to set real hair lace wigs (as used in the industry) into the key period styles - Edwardian, Early and Late Victorian, 1920s finger waves, 1930s, 1940s and the fundamental techniques to approach all hairstyles, both contemporary and historical.
Students are taught skills such as how to make a hair cage, create a style around it, laying on facial hair, styling flunkies, men’s hair and working with specialist hair pieces and equipment are all taught to an advanced level. In addition to practical classroom based work, students are encouraged to collate reference work and theory to underpin their practical training, and to prepare them for the level of prep work required for a professional industry job. There are 2 practical timed assessments at the end of the course, both historical and contemporary and a professional photographer will record the student’s work to ensure they have high standard of professional photos for their portfolios.
A variety of trained make-up artists. Students must have a basic level of hair skills prior to starting the course, and their work will be assessed prior to enrolment.
This course has been endorsed by the high-end TV working groups, supporting the continued professional development of the high-end TV industry and crew.
There are ScreenSkills bursaries available to cover some or all of the costs of this course - including travel, accommodation, subsistence, care or disability access support to attend this course. To find out more about the support you may be eligible for, click the button below:
020 8579 9511
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