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  1. Wow! The makeup you did looks amazing! I wish I could do a course at MUFE academy. I just can’t afford the time to do so 🙁 Keep doing and pursuing your dream and interest and you will succeed 🙂

  2. Hi Michelle! This my first time reading your blog. I’ll definitely keep on reading it! Im also a makeup and all the beauty stuff addicts. Really loved to start a career on this beauty industry soon, but still looking ways to do so. and what a coincidence that i also took course at MUFE not long ago. I definitely know the feeling for not chosen to helped out in the event. :’) but really its all about the passion right! This post really motivates me to do more, and never stop chasing my dream in the beauty industry! Jia you! 😀
    sorry for making this comments so lengthy ! hehehe
    wishing you all the besttt!!!

    • Hi! Thanks for taking time penning down your thoughts.
      Unfortunately, I have not been doing much freelancing due to work constraints.
      I hope that you are still continuing your passion, and let us both continue to chase our dreams!

  3. hi… it was interesting to read your blog..
    i wanna ask about MUFE academy since i’m considering to study there..
    can you explain me detail what you got and your experience while studying there??
    and is it worth the cost??

    cheers,
    Lidya

    • Hi, I took the fashion and bridal module, each is around SGD1k. Each module would be 30 hours long (6 hours per day for 1 week), for full-time. Part-time wise, I am unsure of the schedule, but you have to bring your own model to practice on. Examination would be on the last day and your makeup work will be judged by the trainer to see if you pass or not. If you practise well enough, passing should be a breeze. As each class is fairly small, the trainer would be able to spend more time guiding you along. However, MUFE does not provide any portfolio building for you so you must build your own portfolio. In addition, MUFE does not provide attachments with clients for all students. MUFE may call you up to help them in any of their MUFE engagements with their clients, provided that you are very good in the makeup skills already. If you want to learn other courses such as special effects FX, you may apply for an additional module or two with MUFE. Otherwise, you may try other makeup academies that teache everything from fashion, bridal and FX all in one. For this, you might need to google on these academies 🙂

      Hope this helps!

  4. Hi Michelle! Thanks for your good review. ^^
    I am going to sign up for module one next month but before that I wanna get advise from u.
    The reason why I want to go for MUFE is that they said students will have the chance to work for their backstage after course. But I guess from ur reply to Lidya, the chance will only given to few students, not all. -_-;;;
    Could you let me know more about this part?
    Thanks^^

    Chris

    • Hi Chris,

      Yes, the chance is only given to a few students, probably those who excel in class.
      However, I am sure you can voice out to the trainer your interest in helping out backstage.
      The key is to being vocal in class and get to know your trainer better (:
      Hope this help!

      Kind regards,
      Michelle

  5. Hi Michelle

    Possible to email me details on the class? I’m keen in makeup but not able to decide between MUFE or cosmoprof

    Thanks!

  6. Hello, I was searching in internet review about Make Up Forever academy ..and end up in your blog.
    So interesting what are you sharing with us , thank you.
    Planing to study there next week there still thinking if it worth and how to find the job after I finish it.
    By the way if you need Russian model for any of your project I would be very glad to help you out.
    Thanks ..
    Kristina :))

    • Hi there! Sorry for my late reply!
      Hope you had a great time at the academy! Please let me know on how you feel about the course too as I would love to know.
      Thanks for offering as well, if I have any projects in mind, will definitely contact you.
      Let’s keep in contact.

      • Hello ,thanks for your relply.
        I swich to Cosmoprof reason because found it better for me.
        Staring on 28of march.
        Yes ,sure if you have anything coming up,let me know we can organize something interesting.

        • I see. Hope you will enjoy your cosmoprof course!

          Sure! Do you happen to have a portfolio? (:
          Perhaps you can email me at iamicefrost (at) hotmail.com

  7. Hi there Michelle!

    Firstly, thank you for this article, was extremely helpful and informative ^_^
    I just have a quick question; how did you find photographers and models for a TFCD? Is there a website for Singapore?

    Thanks!

    Kindest Regards,
    Lisa

  8. Hi Michelle
    I am basically from India , and therefore have no knowledge about singapore . I am planning to join mufe academy , I don’t know if I am making the right decision .
    Your advice would really help me in making the right decision .

    • Hi! It depends on how extensive you would want your course to be. MUFE course would be more of a crash course as they would be teaching multiple skills within the span of 1 week.

  9. Should I go for mufe academy or cosmoprof ?
    And also if mufe , is part time course equally good as the full time one ?
    Looking forward to your reply.

    • Hi! Personally I have not tried cosmoprof before so I would not be able to provide my opinion on the comparison. Part time course covers the same topics as full time, so it really depends on your schedules when taking up the course. Hope this helps.

  10. Hey Michelle , Im planning to go for the MUFE classes , for module 1 and it cost $3.5k for full time course , 10 days 7 hours per day.

    do u think it is worth the money? because it is a little too expensive for me,

    • Hi! I have explained to some of my readers before saying that MUFE is more of a crash course rather than an intensive course where you get to practice your skills over the span of a few months. If your main gain is just to obtain a certificate within 1 week, MUFE course would be the one to go to. If you want to spend more time practising, then perhaps you may consider other academies.

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