About This Course
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The Full Program gives you access to all of the classes and material on MakeupClassOnline, including all future classes that we offer. We suggest you start with Color Theory in Flesh Tone followed by Color Match.
Color Theory in Flesh Tone is the first step in understanding color theory and applying the principles of color theory to skin and neutral using The Flesh Tone Color Wheel®. The next step is Color Match which trains your eye to see color in skin and neutral. Color Match is a detailed, practical course on using color theory in makeup application. It consists of 10 lessons, an Iconic Color Conversation with Eugenia Weston and a hands-on portion done live digitally.
Comes with: CTFT Workbook, Makeup Kit (value $120) and a stream of Bonus Classes and Content. *International shipments of the kit incur a flat $25 fee which is invoiced separately.
Online learning; Study at your own pace and schedule
$675 (payment plans available)
How To Apply:
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Frequently Asked Questions About This Course
What is The Program?
The Program is a lifetime access to everything at Makeup Class Online and all future content. You receive our 2 big classes: “Color Theory in Flesh Tone” and “Color Match”, plus the Color Theory Workbook, all class material, makeup kit for Color Match, Face and Eye Shapes and more. More classes are being added including Hair Styling workshops, Smoky Eyes and more.
What is Color Theory in Flesh Tone?
Color Theory in Flesh Tone is Terri Tomlinson’s unique method of interpreting and working color theory in skin and neutral. She takes the fundamentals of color theory and translates into the language of makeup. It simplifies this important tool available to all makeup artists and those that work with skin.
Why is color theory important?
Color Theory is one of the most versatile and important tools a makeup artist has. An understanding of color theory and how to work it in skin and neutral allows any artist to properly color match, correct and choose colors that suit the skin.