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Fashion Catwalk Runway - trends and avant-garde, backstage etiquette. The study of colour.

Fashion Photographic Editorial - campaigns and look-books. Knowledge for black & white and colour print.

High Definition Film - TV and photographic media. The difference between analog and digital TV, plus makeup for various TV presentations, including airbrush.

Beauty Makeup - the fundamentals of the face, corrective techniques, day to night, beauty salon makeup, bridal, retail cosmetic/department store makeup application.

Specialized/ Cultural Theatre, Oriental, Tattoo design - Analysis of character. Instruction on mid range and long range theatrical production design and detail on how to differentiate makeup according to different theatre ranges.

Period/ Era - 1920s-1980s hair, makeup and styling.

Hair/ Wig Styling - the building blocks for professionally styling hair.

Special Effects - Injury simulation, character creation, prosthetics and bald cap application. Use of foam latex prosthetic appliances.

Airbrush Industry technique - comprehensive training in product knowledge/ application, bridal, body-art.

Industry Knowledge Studio and set etiquette - conducting yourself as a professional Artist and establishing a successful freelance career

Work Experience - variety of practical in-the-field training, photo-shoots, films, music videos, events, fashion shows. Establishing a network of creative contacts in the industry to assist with future opportunities.

Professional Levels:  There are 8 progressive training levels at INDIGO STUDIOS.  They begin with Professional Beauty Makeup and progress to Professional Fashion Makeup, Professional Photography through Professional Video Makeup – all the way to Professional Opera and Cinema Makeup Design.  The curriculum is strictly of a visual design structure, meaning, it is a not a cosmetics and care study.  It teaches corrective and design principles of pigments and basis, and shapes and forms of makeup, in a photographic way.


Course System: Lesson/ Demonstration 1x per week (8 weeks total).

PhotoShoot of successfully prepared projects: by scheduling (4 mandatory photo shoots - other per invitation by the Studio). 

Each Professional Course at any level consists of 8 demonstrations and 4 photoshoots. 


Final Exam: At the end of 8 weeks/cycles the artist will create a Photo Shoot project without preparation and feedback.  It will be photographed, and evaluated by a jury.  The results will be delivered with a Certificate of Attendance if the artist satisfies the requirements.


Course Duration: The professional courses are on self-schedule basis (with the exception of the 2 Theoretical lessons, where we will look for the convenient dates).

If taken consecutively, the course can be completed in 2-month period.  However, it is a visual learning process, and a recommended speed is about 3 months (allowing for some breaks and repetitions). If the course is not complete after a 4 month period, it is up to the INDIGO STUDIOS' instructor on how to schedule any further lessons and if the final examination is allowed.

The Course is non-refundable.


Material:  Professional Students need to use their own professional grade material at the Studio.  Professional Kits are available for the students, only after enrollment at 40% discount of the public price.  There are 3 sizes of Professional Kits to suits every budget.


Practical Experience & Networking:  As a working Studio, we try to promote our professionals within Luxembourg and the Grand Region.  There are many projects which the Studio is a part of, from the many Fashion Shows to the Beauty Pageants and Magazine Shoots.  The artists will be invited to participate as a part of their course to gain experience and meet and network.  These projects are not obligatory, but rather created to promote and develop a working environment around this specific art form.


Price: The price of Professional Courses is €1660,00 + 17% VAT. The Course is non-refundable (exception: inside a 2 week period, and none of the lessons were attended, the course can be reimbursed for store credit).


Starting: To begin a Professional Course, you will need to define a date with your instructor.  The payment for the course is due on the first day of the Course.   Students need to complete the professional courses within maximum of 4 months after inscription.  After that period it is up to the instructor to allow delayed examination.



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