Seriously I recommend European School of Makeup - their prices is amazing and they give you a serious education for your money, lots of makeup etc.
It's in central Los Angeles
There are many makeup schools located all over the United States. The best rated makeup school is Elite Academy in Los Angeles, CA.
For becoming a makeup artist I would not go to a cosmetology school, but a makeup school. Many cosmetology students are dissapointed with the little makeup they actually learn. European School of Makeup in LA has great 3 month programs. www.esmmakeup.com
One of the best schools is Kendall College in Grand Rapids. THere are many cosmetology schools in the U.S. If you just take the time to look around, then you should be able to find a school to become a makeup artist.
There are many schools that teach people how to do various makeup techniques. Examples of some popular schools are MKC Academy, Joe Blasco Training Centers, Makeup Artist World, Studio Makeup Academy, and EI School of Professional Makeup.
You should only wear makeup to school if your parents approve and it is allowed by the school.
Unless you are on stage, save makeup for high school.
I would recommend going to a serious makeup school that focuses on makeup,like European School of Makeup, E.S.M. Really awesome.www.esmmakeup.com
One of the best options for you would be the Cinema Makeup School, located in Hollywood. They have a very high number of graduates who find work in the industry.
I believe only high school girls should be able to wear makeup to school, not younger.
The best schools have the best teachers. The best makeup artist today, in my opinion, is Tom Savini. So, I would go for his school.http://www.douglas-school.com/savinisite/index.html
Applying makeup for school should be simple. Enough makeup to make you look better, but not too much that you look like you tried too hard. It is important to apply just the right amount of makeup.
It all depends on whether or not you're ready to wear makeup. It's 100% your decision! Some kids start wearing makeup in grade school, with others end up never wearing makeup.
Emily Lyons. (age 11) she was the youngest makeup professional to ever graduate from makeup school.
go to education's administration, art department, they will till you about what is the most suitable makeup artist school to your region and your abilities.
At my school, yes.
That of a common floozy
The best place to find books with makeup styles and tutorials is at various beauty schools. They have them available for you to reference. If you are not near a beauty school, your local library will carry them also.
Take the time to put on your makeup before school, and bring extra makeup (such as mascara, eyeliner, eyeshadow, etc.) with you to school in case of smudges. Also, be sure to always have lip balm or lip gloss with you at school, to keep your lips looking fabulous all day!
It's called an esthetician license. You go to esthetics school...where you will spend hundreds of hours learning facials and about two days learning makeup. If you want to be a makeup artist, your best bet would be to go to an esthetics school so you are licensed, then go to an actual makeup school. Those are mostly in Los Angeles. Check out the licensing in your state by going to Secretary of state .com and put in your state. You can find hours required and if there is a national test . Some careers require national and state test and license.
My best your mama joke is, Your mama is so stupid, she puts makeup on her forehead when she needs to makeup her mind.
Well you don't have to wear a bra to school and you don't have to wear makeup to school but panties?! Panties should be manatory even if your a little kid
In order to get Media makeup work, specific training is required that is different from salon makeup and the makeup taught at cosmetology schools. It is essential for Media makeup Artists to know how to do airbrushing and traditional camera makeup for all types of lighting and film, and to know what type of makeup application is best for every media situation. At Award Studio you learn all this as well as formulation, blending for all skin tones, corrective techniques, camera makeup for men, women and children, how to achieve period looks and much more.