Joceline Andrews

Academic Consultant

Joceline Andrews is a highly acclaimed makeup and hair artist. After discovering a love for hair styling during a three year apprenticeship at leading Mayfair salon, David and Joseph, Joceline enrolled at the Greasepaint School of Makeup to start her professional career.

In the Plus 30 years since she graduated, Joceline has worked as both a makeup and hair artist in for some of the biggest film, television and theatre productions.

Her career started as a wig assistant in the West End, working on productions of My Fair Lady and Crazy for You. Since then, Joceline has worked on well-known television dramas such as The Crown, Misfits and Downton Abbey, whilst her film credits boast the titles of Hollywood hits including Dunkirk, Into The Woods, The Dark Knight Rises and Inception.

A diversely practised hair and makeup artist, Joceline joins The Iver Makeup Academy as an Academic Consultant. She combines her film and television experience with fifteen years of hair and makeup tutoring, accumulated at Greasepaint and her own independent, one-to-one makeup lessons. Joceline now shares her breadth of knowledge and industry expertise with students on our popular makeup and hair courses.



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Q&A: Joceline Andrews

What inspired you to set up The Iver Makeup Academy? 

Within our tutor base of award winning makeup professionals is a wealth of qualified teachers who understand the aims and objectives required to deliver a comprehensive and clear curriculum to meet the needs of today’s industry.

What makes The Iver Makeup Academy different to other makeup schools?

Obviously, the key benefit of training at The Iver Makeup Academy is that the school is placed in the most perfect location. Pinewood Studios is known worldwide and has been the filming location for many of the most successful films this country has ever produced. James Bond and Star Wars to name a few. The opportunity for our students to be right at the heart of these studios, with the opportunities of work experience that might arise, is fantastic. Many students have been given work experience just through a designer visiting us for a coffee.