The makeup pg100 consists of three evaluations.

1. Inventory

2. Learning strategy

3. Technique


4A: Inventory: Maximum points 30

For every makeup product you own, you get one point. However, the maximum points is 30. Therefore, if you own 80 items of makeup, you still get 30 points.


4A: Learning strategy: Maximum points 20

20 points for being subscribed to 2 well-known makeup vloggers and regularly watching their videos. 20 points for buying a definitive book on makeup and reading it. 20 points for any course you do on makeup. But remember, the maximum points are 20, so even if you tick all those three boxes you still get 20 points from your learning strategy and no more.


4A: Technique: 50 points maximum

20 points for mastering daily use makeup. This is full makeup applied, but nothing over the top. The makeup you would wear to work or meet someone for a drink etc.


20 points for mastering glam makeup i.e. makeup for a night out.

10 points for mastering unusual or exotic makeup. Perhaps a retro look, or something for a costume party. Success must be proved with photos of everything. If you are worried about confidentiality, then you can submit a photo of only part of your face and we will trust you on the rest.


Assignment 4b


1. OBLIGATORY: Become good enough at makeup so that you are able to do the indicated ‘beginners’ make up as taught by Christine Dominique.

2. ADVANCED: Then photograph one part of your face and send me a photograph. (could be just an eye, or lips, or whatever you want… but it’s not necessary a full photo.) I want it perfect!!!

3. OBLIGATORY: Pass the makeup exam with 100% score. Send me a screenshot.

4. ADVANCED: Buy all indicated make-up products (whichever brand you want, but ensure full inventory of makeup.) Obviously, don’t buy things you already have.

5. ADVANCED: Send me a photo of your bimbo lips – done by using a technique taught in the playlist.



Full disclosure…

…my first childhood memory was throwing my mother’s eyebrow pencil into the toilet.

That’s not just weird in itself, but weird because this seemingly anti-makeup protest was followed by a lifelong love of cosmetics.

Makeup is art… makeup is sensual… makeup is… bloody useful. I hope that by the time you finish this module, you’ll love makeup too (If you don’t already.)




You have to learn the entire makeup process which can be summarized in 8 steps.

Step 1: Prep your skin.
Step 2: Apply primer.
Step 3: Apply foundation & concealer.
Step 4: Apply setting powder.
Step 5: Highlight & contour.
Step 6: Apply your bronzer & blush.
Step 7: Apply your eye makeup.
Step 8: Apply your lip products.



You can learn how to do all that in the seminal video of this course: video 1 by Dominique. But to do everything in video 1 you will have to watch all the videos on these topics…

  • How to apply makeup for beginners (the aforementioned seminal course video.)
  • Skin types.
  • Skin tones.
  • How to wash your face.
  • Primer.
  • Foundation hacks.
  • Concealer.
  • Contouring and bronzing.
  • Eyeshadow.
  • Mascara do’s and don’ts.
  • Make up as surgery.
  • Eyeliner.
  • Lips.
  • Fake lips.

Seminal video 1…

(This is a playlist.)


Christen Dominique explains her reasons for producing this tutorial in her own words…

“I’ve gotten messages in the past where people have thanked me for guiding them through their makeup journey because they didn’t have a mom there for them or a sister or anybody to really show them how to apply makeup. This is for you.”

Extending that idea, I’ve selected an entire suite of makeup videos that will teach you everything you need to know about makeup and the list of topics on the syllabus.

Makeup videos are a great way to relax. No Covid, no politics, no war!



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