GAZELLI PARTNERS WITH THE LONDON SCHOOL OF MEDIA MAKE UP
SHARING WITH MAKE-UP ARTISTS THE FUNDAMENTALS OF SKINCARE
The Gazelli philosophy and approach to skincare is based primarily on diagnosis and education. Our partnership with the LSMM is the next step we are taking to advance the standards of skincare knowledge within the industry.
Founded 10 years ago by BAFTA, award winning make-up artist Jeanne Richmond, the London School of Media Make-Up has a respected reputation within the Film, Television and Fashion industry. Designed for the aspiring professional make-up artist, the LSMM is now headed up by Jeanne’s daughter, Rebecca Wordingham - make-up artist and school alumni. Together with many other working professionals at the top of their specialist fields, they teach the best talent to the highest level.
An intensive two-day training program conducted by our Head of Education, Alicia Falero, has been integrated into the 3-month Complete Make-Up Diploma to give students a comprehensive, biological understanding of the skin. Working with our award-winning Triple Youth range, the training program covers all aspects of the skin, from the structure, composition and functions, to conducting a thorough skin analysis and professional application techniques.
By sharing our expertise with others in this way, we hope to support the industry from an entry level and build a strong foundation of knowledge that will continue to support and enhance the industry for years to come.
Head of Education at Gazelli
“Make-up courses too often ignore or sweep over the topic of skin preparation, so starting with an awareness of the epidermis and its heath allows the artist to bring out the best result in a polished make up look."
Co-Founder of Gazelli
“We want to empower students and budding professionals with a high standard of expertise and knowledge of the skin.”
Director of The London School of Media Make Up
“Gazelli & The LSMM have the same ethos; we both believe education in make-up, skincare and beauty are key for success and progression.”