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Want to be a make-up artist?

Running make-up courses in Sussex and London.



So much time and work has gone into building the new website that I haven't had time to do anything else! 

The thing with building websites is that it is really difficult to get across what I really want to say - I want to put all my passion and excitement into my website, I want to shout from the roof tops, hills and mountains how amazing the Sussex Make-up Academy is and how much I believe in it and I hope this has come across on the site without giving you too much to read!


Firstly I want to say that we have tried our best to offer as many professional courses as we possibly could to offer everyone wanting to become a make-up artist the biggest opportunity to have a successful career.


Second, I want to say that Nicola and I really care about your career - We know that you are investing in a career and we will help and support you in every way that we can, from providing hands on work experience and shadow work to helping you learn how to network and create jobs for yourself.  We aim to physically help you and will be there for emotional support too.   Making you a successful make-up artist comes hand in hand with making ours a successful make-up school.  Surely this is a win-win situation?


So, what do we have to offer? - 15 unique professional make-up courses enabling you to have a varied make-up career, Starting off with our Foundation in Make-up and Fair course which starts on January 7th 2016


Specialist tutor's who are working within the industry enabling you to learn as many skills from different people as possible.  These tutor's are invaluable to you and your career and will teach you not only their skills but how to have a successful career in this industry.
To find out who our specialist tutor's are, read more here - http://www.sussexmakeupacademy.co.uk/our-team/


Payment plans.
We understand that it is a big investment finding the right course for you and we hope that you will agree that ours in one of the best out there.  To make things a little easier for you, we are happy to organise individual payment plans that are suitable to you.



There is so much more that I would like to write about the Sussex Make-up Academy  but don't want to bombard you with too much information in one go.

Please check out our website and get in touch if you have any questions.

Looking forward to bombarding you with more information soon :-)
Amy

Principals - Amy Prifti and Nicola Downey


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