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Where is the best place to train for mua

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13 April 2010 18:43
MMM_WOW
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In answer tothe OP's original question ''Where is the best place to train for mua'' the answer would be a ZOO, because we get offered peanuts, treated like trained chimps, work out of sight most of the time, mucked about and we are expected to perform all kinds of tricks


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14 April 2010 15:24
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Quote from MMM_WOW
In answer tothe OP's original question ''Where is the best place to train for mua'' the answer would be a ZOO, because we get offered peanuts, treated like trained chimps, work out of sight most of the time, mucked about and we are expected to perform all kinds of tricks



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29 April 2010 10:03
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www.aofmakeup.com

Would highly recommend this school


29 April 2010 10:43
empressn
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You can try Sam Chapman who runs a makeup course. Please check out www.fashionface.tv.  She trained me a few years ago.
In regards to the OP stating she wanted to study a two day course, it is worth a try to see if you want to consider becoming a makeup artist and a starter course can help.  Also I have only had four to five days training, I tested hard, networked and I am heavily published and I consider myself a makeup artist.  I wonder who would like to differ.  It doesn't matter how you get there, your work and attitude will keep you in this business.


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29 April 2010 16:43
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Quote from empressn
You can try Sam Chapman who runs a makeup course. Please check out www.fashionface.tv.  She trained me a few years ago.
In regards to the OP stating she wanted to study a two day course, it is worth a try to see if you want to consider becoming a makeup artist and a starter course can help.  Also I have only had four to five days training, I tested hard, networked and I am heavily published and I consider myself a makeup artist.  I wonder who would like to differ.  It doesn't matter how you get there, your work and attitude will keep you in this business.



Its all in the training however you either have the skill or you dont, you clearly do


29 April 2010 18:58
MMM_WOW
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Quote from ClaireShipman
Its all in the training however you either have the skill or you dont, you clearly do



And something else to remember especially nowadays a lot of insurance companies will only accept certain courses as valid when offering to insure someone and in todays sue happy culture the choice of course could be vital emoticon



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