Production Makeup - Airbrush for Film, TV and HD video

In London

£ 695 VAT inc.


  • Typology

    Short course

  • Level


  • Location


  • Class hours


  • Duration

    2 Days

  • Start

    Different dates available


Airbrush make-up is an efficient alternative to traditional make-up and the make-up technique of choice in high-definition TV. This course is for experienced make-up artists looking to learn new skills or graduates intending to start work in make-up for film, TV, theatre or fashion. Our hands-on training covers both the artist’s interpretation and the professional techniques of airbrush make-up, hair, nail art and body art. You cover everything from how to clean the kit and Health & Safety to stencilling and body art. You leave with a photographic record of your work on the course. All tutors are highly experienced professional make-up artists.




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The Old Church 52a Walham Grove, SW6 1QR


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To take into account

All applicants must be fluent in English (English Language level: IELTS 6.0 or equivalent) Minimum age 18 VISA REQUIREMENTS All international students from outside the EEA (non-EU countries) must obtain a Short-Term Study Visa to enter the UK.

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  • Film
  • Filmmaking
  • Film Making
  • Film Production
  • Makeup
  • Make-up
  • Make up artist
  • Production

Teachers and trainers (1)

Simon Flynn

Simon Flynn

Course Leader

Course programme

  • Gain a comprehensive and practical overview of airbrush make-up techniques
  • Detailed demonstration and practice of the use of airbrushing equipment, as well as cleaning, maintenance and safety procedures
  • Airbrushing uses no sponges or powder puffs and it is hygienic, long-lasting, rub- and water-resistant, yet is simple to remove
  • Achieve a lightweight, natural look and the make-up application covers: foundations, transparent versus opaque look, shading and highlighting
  • Practise the use of airbrushing equipment, cleaning, maintenance and Health & Safety
  • Airbrushing techniques include: freehand and stencil, body art (washable tattoos and tanning), nail & hair art (hair adornments and colouration), glamour cosmetics and special effects
  • Individually, you work with live models under the guidance of an experienced tutor and perfect all airbrushing techniques
  • Your week culminates in an individual project on a model and photographic session for your portfolio
  • Work in small groups with excellent tutor-to-student ratios: typically, there are 4 students to a tutor
  • Airbrush equipment and materials are provided; however, you need to arrange for a live model on certain days of the course
  • Learn in a film school environment where you can expand your contacts and collaborate with students from all courses as well as via LFA Filmmaker's Club

Production Makeup - Airbrush for Film, TV and HD video

£ 695 VAT inc.