Frequently Asked Questions

 

Why train at Kristen Stewart School of Make-Up?

Kristen Stewart School of Make-Up is a professionally focused school that ensures students will be work-ready to the highest standards.

At Kristen Stewart School of Make-Up, students receive intensive tuition from top industry professionals, whose expertise expose students to meticulous skills in both technical and creative aspects and provide them with ‘real world’ knowledge. Kristen Stewart personally teaches the students, and the course has been designed to ensure plenty of one-on-one tutor-to-student focus.

What are the course entry requirements?

Kristen Stewart School of Make-Up courses do not require any previous experience or training. All students need to bring with them is an enthusiasm to learn. Students, however, need to be 18-years-old and above, unless otherwise discussed.

Is the Kristen Stewart School of Make-Up Diploma of Make-up Artistry NZQA accredited?

The Kristen Stewart School of Make-Up Diploma of Make-up Artistry is not NZQA accredited, but is a private industry-recognised course based on industry standard skills, application, and knowledge. Students will be provided with industry contacts and guidance with ‘real-world’ experience.

Kristen Stewart School of Make-Up short courses are also not NZQA accredited.
 

 

What do the students receive on completion of the course?

Depending on their level of ability, students can be awarded varying levels of distinction. Students are given the chance to let their skills shine at the end of the course, with participation in a studio-based photo shoot.

Graduates take away a Diploma of Make-up Artistry certificate and their professional make-up and hair kits.

On completion of a Kristen Stewart School of Make-Up short course, students are awarded with a certificate.

What are employment prospects?

The Kristen Stewart School of Make-Up Diploma of Make-up Artistry is an industry-recognised course and students will see opportunities open up in fields such as photo shoots, magazines, music videos, fashion shows, films, commercials, advertising, television, weddings, freelance, and make-up counter work.

Success is up to the individual; but equipped with professional work standards, technical skills, fresh thinking, and a good attitude, graduates can earn a reputation that allows them to go far.


 

What does the course fee include?

All Kristen Stewart School of Make-Up course fees include the use of fully equipped work stations, use of the extensive school make-up kit and also the school hair kit. The school is also equipped with hair dryers and GHD styling irons for student use.

On commencement of the Diploma of Make-up Artistry course, students are provided with their own basic make-up kit supplied by M.A.C (make-up and brushes, but the case is not included). This has everything students need to get started. Students also receive their own hair kit that includes brushes, and a range of other styling tools supplied independently. All styling products supplied by Redken are supplied for their use at the school.

These kits are used by students in class, and can be taken with you when you graduate

 

Can a student loan be acquired?

Kristen Stewart School of Make-Up courses are not NZQA accredited, so there is no option to acquire a student loan. Interested students can talk to the school about payment plans.

What are the enrolment procedures?

To enrol in the Kristen Stewart School of Make-Up Diploma of Make-up Artistry course, interested students just need to fill out an application form online or post in the Diploma of Make-up Artistry application form from the Info Pack. Upon acceptance, an $800 non-refundable deposit is to be paid to ensure placement. It is advised for enrolment to be completed as soon as possible since spaces are limited.