Level 3 Professional Makeup Class
The Level 3 Professional Makeup Class from MTA helps you take your skill set to the next level. It perfectly integrates your prior training & experience with advanced techniques taught by Terri Tomlinson.
If you are ready to expand creatively and work in multiple mediums, then you are ready for Level 3.
Learn the process of translating fashion into makeup
and expand your creativity into multiple mediums.
Overview: Level 3 Professional Makeup Class
What Makes This Class Different?
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Upcoming Level 3 Classes
2020 Class Dates:
Oct 12-14, 2020
Makeup Training Academy, 15713 Quorum Drive, in Addison, Texas
includes all makeup material, print-outs and models
What Students Say About Level 3 Professional makeup Class...
Speshal Love Valdez
Makeup By Speshal
Love Love Love Terri and the Makeup Training Academy!! I really feel like I’m leaving here with the technical,creative,and business sides of the makeup industry. I came in to Level 1 in the summer knowing nothing about properly applying makeup and leaving Level 2 feeling really confident in myself and my work. I’m so glad that I made the choice to study with her! She’s so nice and the studio is too cute. If I could do it over I would!
Frequently Asked Questions About Level Three
Level 3 is for working artists or artists who have completed Level 1 and 2 who are looking to expand creatively and work in more than one medium.
To bring together strong skill with creativity to create unique and timeless makeups for all mediums. For artists to understand the various mediums in which we work and how to adapt to them.
For artists to be able to use the creative process to create stories and develop character for all mediums and clients. To combine skill and art.
The tuition for Level 3 Professional Makeup Class from MTA is $1300. This includes all makeup material, print-outs and models.
For 2020, The Level 3 class is s scheduled for:
February 23-25, 2020:
May 7-9, 2020
Unless otherwise noted, classes begin daily at 10:00 9 am and end by 5:30 pm.
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.
All Level 3 classes are held at The Makeup Training Academy, which is located at 15713 Quorum Drive, in Addison, Texas (which is in the Dallas metro area).
The Academy phone is 800-531-5092
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.
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.
All makeup products utilized in MTA classes and workshops will be professional grade cosmetics or items Terri has discovered in her career and uses. Most applications will feature Terri Tomlinson’s own line ‘Makeup 101’ which was developed in Paris. Other kits may vary depending on the nature of the class or workshop.
No. In Texas, Makeup Artists are not required to be licensed. MTA is geared solely towards providing the skills that a Professional Makeup Artist needs to develop in order to succeed. Our proprietor, Terri Tomlinson, has been a working Makeup Artist for over 30 years with a very distinguished resume. All guest lecturers are also Professional Makeup Artists with lengthy pedigrees as well.
Students receive a certificate of completion for each class taken. Completed classes from MTA enhance your portfolio, includes eligibility for many professional discounts , and helps prepare you for work in the industry.
Since there is no standard licensing regulation for make-up artists in most states, each student will still need to communicate with their respective state authority for information on business licensing if they wish to offer more than freelance Makeup Artistry in the Beauty industry.