The MASTERCLASS – CINEMA MODULE is aimed at all beauty professionals or beginners wishing to acquire the basics of film make-up to complement their profession.

Classes run from 9.30am to 12.30pm and from 1.30pm to 4.30pm, with theory and demonstrations in the morning, followed by practice in the afternoon over a 4-day period.


Kunstberg 18 Mont des arts, 1000 Brussels


€995 Incl. vat

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The attitude of a MUA on a short or long film shoot
Knowledge of lighting theory, shooting conditions, a typical day at the cinema.
Make-up for men and women invisible to the camera
Make-up to make someone look tired/sick
Small special effects (drug addicts, etc.)
make-up historical figure


Discover another aspect of make-up thanks to the world of cinema.
A typical day on the set and the most important make-up styles will no longer be a secret to you.


This course is designed for people who want to specialise in the film industry.

Basic make-up notions are required.


The courses are from 9:30am until 12:30pm and from 1:30pm until 4:30pm

Additional information

Participants must be over 18 years old on the first day of the course.
During the course, there is access to the MAKE UP FOR EVER boutique where products are offered at a 30% discount.
This training course will enable you to obtain professional skills certificate. 
The course is in French and English. The teachers translate their lessons and explanations.


A basic brush kit required for the training :
1 large, medium, small flat brush, 1 powder brush, 1 ball brush, 1 eyebrow brush, 1 lash brush, 1 lip brush, 1 foundation brush, 1 liner brush, 1 blush brush, sponges, etc.

The MAKE UP FOR EVER Academy Brussels training center makes its entire MAKE UP FOR EVER range available for each participant to choose from.

However, for reasons of hygiene, we ask you to bring :
1 box of tissues, cotton buds, cottons, etc.
1 box of individual false eyelashes.
Bottle of alcohol.
Towel to protect the station.

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