CAREERS COLLEGE: Making realistic bruises

CAREERS COLLEGE: Making realistic bruises

CAREERS COLLEGE: Making realistic bruises

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EVERY year Weymouth College holds a Careers College, which allows young students to participate in different workshops.

Megan Jackson from Wey Valley School is a 15-year-old student who shared her thoughts on make-up for media and performances.

Megan liked that she got to try something new; she and her colleagues learnt a variety of skills such as making realistic bruises, realistic blood and casualty make-up.

Megan said she ‘realised what potential she could have as a young make-up artist’.

By Jade Mitchell, Emily Rigden and Callum Batson; 14, from The Gryphon School.

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