The people in these photos are not deceased, but living colleagues who were made to look dead, before being re-cosmetised to demonstrate the amazing effects of airbrush cosmetics.

 
After expanding my knowledge of chemistry and anatomy and applying it to my work, I was able to produce amazing results for clients. However when I was presented cases with trauma injuries I was always disappointed with the final results; no matter how good the reconstruction, traditional mortuary cosmetics often looked false and unnatural.

South Wales cosmetic course

Mortuary Cosmetic Course

This is an intensive, comprehensive two day restorative cosmetic course focused upon traditional and airbrush cosmetics in the death care industry, designed for Embalmers, Funeral Operatives, Funeral Directors and Mortuary Technicians.

  • Small classes of no more than 6 students
  • Traditional and airbrush cosmetic principles and theory
  • Comprehensive work book issued
  • Practical activities throughout the weekend including; traditional and airbrush cosmetic application, techniques, skills, airbrush maintenance, hair, eye lash and eyebrow replacement, and more
  • Practical heads and hands cosmetised over the two days are the students to keep as a record of their achievements
  • All materials and equipment supplied
  • Lunch buffet, soft drinks, tea and coffee provided each day

Necromorphous is a serious and evolving educational concern. If you are looking to increase your knowledge and skills or those of your employees, and wish to make a difference in the service that you can offer to the grieving, you will be most welcome on this course.

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