Brushstroke’s brand new Look

A refreshed brand identity for a refreshing make-up training brand

We are the same influential make-up artist training company and now Brushstroke’s brand new look confirms our position.

Brushstroke’s brand new Look

A refreshed brand identity for a refreshing make-up training brand

We are the same influential make-up artist training company and now Brushstroke’s brand new look confirms our position.

A Premium feel to our new Logo

We’ve not changed as a company but Brushstroke’s brand new look is now in keeping with our position as the leading make-up training provider. We’ve updated the logo with a new font called ‘Backlash’. Our iconic black and gold colours remain and we’ve introduced a regal purple to our colour palette. This new website is the very first place we’ve used our refreshed logo and we think it’s a great success. As you can see it’s a very flexible logo allowing us to frame our images as well as help to navigate visitors round our site.

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The logo is also being used on our social media accounts.

 

A hard-working new Website

Our latest website shows off Brushstroke’s brand new look really well. Apart from the refreshed logo, the website demonstrates our considerable experience and knowledge of the make-up profession. You’ll find pages focusing on what employers in film, TV, stage and fashion are looking for when hiring make-up artists. Meanwhile our course pages show how Brushstroke training can help students of all ages develop these necessary skills and knowledge.

 

Says Cheraine Bell: “We’re known for our commitment to achieving the best results both for our students and the entertainment industry. Now we have a matching premium feel to our logo which we’ll be using on all our materials, starting with this new website.”

 

We hope that Brushstroke’s brand new look will encourage you to check out what kind of make-up artist roles are could be waiting for you.

Our thanks to Anna and Sean at Beyond Curious for leading the logo refresh, our website developer, Graham from childsdesign and content creator, Susanna with Parachute Communication.

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