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what type of school i can go too if i want to be a make-up artist ?

im asking this question because im trying to figure it out before i start working. #cosmetology #cosmetics #makeup-artist

Thank you comment icon Any good beauty school can teach you what you need to know. An example would be the John Casablanca Institute in Vancouver B.C. Kelsi

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patricia’s Answer

Try seaching schools just for make up .because if you go the traditional beauty school there going to teach you hair when you just want make up. Most make up artist are self taught. However getting an esthetics license would be great.
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Carmella’s Answer

Cosmetology school. You can take the Cosmetology course with MUA included, or just the MUA curriculum, it is less hours than the Cosmetology Course.
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Holly’s Answer

Whe being hired as a make up artist someone is going to want to see your work. There is a make up school in Atlanta called Studio Crush . It’s onky about 10 weeks long but each week you have a professional photo shoot to showcase the looks you have learned. It’s a great opportunity to market with photographers and models.


If if you aren’t able to make it to this school. Start by doing freelance work. Volunteering at schools,drama clubs , cheerleading events etc. Peope want to see your work , you’ve just got to start doing it and taking photos of it! Good luck!


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Gabriel’s Answer

Hi Cindy,


Thanks for the question. There are many cosmetology schools located throughout the United States. In the Dallas area, you may wish to check out the following programs:


Ogle School
https://www.ogleschool.edu/esthetician-facial-training/


Paul Mitchell
https://paulmitchell.edu/dallas/programs/esthetics


Also, here are some links from the Bureau of Labor Statistics that contain specific career information including training requirements, salary, job growth, and more:


https://www.bls.gov/ooh/personal-care-and-service/skincare-specialists.htm


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https://www.bls.gov/ooh/personal-care-and-service/barbers-hairdressers-and-cosmetologists.htm

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