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Fashion styling and make-up:

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London College of Fashion
BA (Hons) 3D Effects for Performance and Fashion Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Creative Direction for Fashion Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Fashion Styling and Production Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Hair and Make-up for Fashion Opens in a new window.
BA (Hons) Hair, Make-up and Prosthetics for Performance Opens in a new window.
  • Female model standing petting large polar bear sculpture. Work by Minghui Reece on BA (Hons) 3D Effects for Performance and Fashion course at London College of Fashion.
    Minghui Reece, BA (Hons) 3D Effects for Performance and Fashion, London College of Fashion
  • Close-up shot of model's face wrapped in pale pink coloured hair. Work by Alina Mitorokhova on BA (Hons) Hair and Make-up for Fashion course at London College of Fashion.
    Alina Mitorokhova, BA (Hons) Hair and Make-up for Fashion, London College of Fashion
  • Bona Kim, BA (Hons) Hair and Make-up for Fashion, London College of Fashion

The courses in this list are at undergraduate degree level. We also offer the following courses in this subject area at pre-degree level:

See the Pre-degree courses page for more information.

Student spotlight:

Rachel

"Tutors and technicians here at UAL are brilliant - most have worked in industry and are always happy to offer help and advice. The space and facilities we have access to are also excellent. We are taught a range of techniques like sculpting, mould-making and casting and we're always being introduced to different materials and processes."

After completing a Foundation Diploma in Art and Design course, Rachel chose to apply for the BA (Hons) 3D Effects for Performance and Fashion course based at London College of Fashion. The decision to apply for this course was mainly due to the structure, specifically the balance between design and making.

“We are taught a range of techniques such as sculpting, mould-making, casting and fabrication which can be used for prop and model making and creating body paddings. We're always being introduced to different materials and processes, for example, using fibre glass or vacuum forming.”

One of the highlights of being a student at UAL for Rachel are the tutors and technicians, as they’ve all worked in industry, know what they’re talking about and are always happy to offer help and advice. She also thinks the space and facilities are excellent.

"One of my favourite projects so far has been making pregnancy padding for a full body stretch suit, as the end result was great. I'm also enjoying the project we're currently working on, which is a collaboration with costume and make-up students and involves making a puppet."

Rachel loves being in London, and visiting places like the British Museum because of all of the cultural artefacts to see there. She also recommends Bush Hall for live music. She has some advice for the next generation of UAL students.

"It’s a good idea to come and see the College you want to apply to, as you'll be able to see where you'd spend a lot of your time working. Try and talk to current students about what life as a UAL student is like.”

Rachel Farrugia
BA (Hons) 3D Effects for Performance and Fashion, London College of Fashion

Images © Ivan Jones