About This Course
Created by Terri Tomlinson of Makeup Training Academy as a business development module for her makeup artist students, “10 Steps” simplifies the overwhelming challenge of starting a business into bite size pieces. After-all, it is good to have a plan! “10 Steps” helps any creative identify the key pieces to starting a business and developing a plan. From choosing a name for your business, to web sites, social media and getting started finding clients. All presented in a simple, approachable way. Includes a handout with the 10 steps and some pointers. Terri Tomlinson is a global makeup artist, educator and creator of The Flesh Tone Color Wheel®. She is the owner of Terri Tomlinson Makeup Training Academy and MakeupClassOnline.
Online learning; Study at your own pace and schedule
$49 (also included in “The Program” bundle)
How To Apply:
Follow this link to MakeupClassOnline.com
Frequently Asked Questions About This Course
Should have 3 or 4 Questions For Each Course
The short answer is Yes! No matter whether you are a licensed cosmetologist or just starting out, Makeup Training Academy will teach you the fundamental techniques you need to thrive in the fast paced makeup industry.
When Is The Tuition Due?
Makeup Training Academy requires a deposit to hold your spot in class. The remainder is then due on or before the first day of class. MTA accepts certified checks, Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express or cash.
Is Financial Aid Available?
We are not able to offer financial aid however we will allow students to make payments for their class prior to attending. (Class must be paid off before start date and a fee is incurred. Please contact us for details.) Those who have a Pay Pal account may want to explore their ‘Bill Me Later’ financing option.
Can I Supply My Own Makeup?
If you are a working artist with a makeup kit, you are welcome to bring it with you to class. However, please make arrangements prior to starting. At Makeup Training Academy we utilize professional makeup lines as well as Terri’s line “Makeup 101” in order to expose students to high-grade professional products that work in all mediums.