Pearl Academy of Fashion organised a unique workshop on Fashion and Media Make-up at its New Delhi campus today. The workshop was a part of the Character and Special Effects Make-up module for the students of Fashion and Media Make-up. K Mohan an expert from Film and Television Institute, Pune addressed the session and assessed the performance of the students. 25 students pursuing the Fashion and Media Make-up course participated in the final assessment and showcased their creativity.
Students were asked to create a character, fictional or real life, to demonstrate their knowledge and capability in working with special effects makeup skills.
Speaking on the occasion Dr AKG Nair, Group Director, Pearl Academy of Fashion said, “This is one of the unique one-year diploma courses that we offer currently. Our prime endeavour is to give the learner an in-depth theoretical and working knowledge of all aspects of Make-Up Artistry within the Fashion, Film, Retail and Media Industry and to equip the learner with the practical and professional skills required to work in the above industries. I hope the workshop will help the budding designers tremendously to boost their confidence and prepare for the real world experience.”
Nidhi, a student of the Fashion and Media Make-up course, Pearl Academy of Fashion said, “I am very excited to get the opportunity to showcase my creation and I am expecting critical feedback from the visitors of the project. It will certainly boost our confidence and inspire us for better imagination and creation in the future.”
Pearl Academy of Fashion launched the Fashion and Media Make up programme in 2003 in technical collaboration with the London College of Fashion (LCF), the pioneers in beauty and fashion education worldwide. Exclusively designed to impart training on international trends and techniques, the programme offers intensive conceptual and practical study and training for those wishing to embark on careers as make-up artists in the fashion and media industry.