So, the reason that I decided to set up the Sussex make-up academy is that I recognised that not enough training make-up artists are being taught by teachers who actually work in the make-up industry meaning that they just aren't up to date with techniques and how we go about turning a training course in to a full time career.
Of course, there are many private make-up courses who offer training from tutor's who work in the industry which is great - I chose one of these schools for that reason. Although the course was great and covered a wide range of make-up skills, I did find that the majority of the 'working tutors' were either not at the peak of their career, or that they were so scared that the students were going to take their jobs from them that they chose not to share all information and skills with us.
So, what do we do differently at the Sussex Make-up Academy?
All I can say is that I believe this world is …