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Makeup Artist Licensing in Connecticut

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Connecticut Makeup Artist License Requirements

If you have a creative flair and love of all things beautiful, you may want to consider a career as a makeup artist in Connecticut.

First of all, unlike many other states, there are no rigid standards for having your makeup license in Connecticut if you want to become a makeup artist or esthetician in the state. While there is no license required to work in makeup artistry, many professional makeup artists in Connecticut earn their cosmetology license for several reasons. Most notable, with your cosmetology license you can expand your resume of skills into nails and hair, which will open up more doors of employment. Even though you do not need your Connecticut makeup artist license, it’s easy to see why you should consider all types of programs.

How you pursue your education in Connecticut is completely up to you. We recommend contacting several makeup schools in your area that offer programs. That’s the best way to become a Connecticut makeup artist!

Education Requirements to Get A Makeup Artist License in Connecticut

Makeup artists in CT have two main options to choose from when working towards a career in makeup in Connecticut. You can enroll in a make up artist program that focuses solely on makeup techniques, or you can pursue a complete cosmetology program.

Makeup Artist Courses in Connecticut

• Beauty makeup
• Bridal makeup techniques
• Airbrush and special FX
• Character and theater makeup
• Seasonal makeup trends
• Eyelash and eyebrow augmentation
• Some programs also include spray tanning, threading and temporary tattoo work

Makeup programs tend to be shorter than cosmetology programs – sometimes as short as a few weeks. Cosmetology programs are much more involved, but offer a variety of learning opportunities. In a cosmetology program, you will learn the latest trends in hair design, nail services, basic esthetician skin care skills as well safety and hygiene practices.

Since many cosmetologists often want to own their own salons, these programs usually include business management, customer service, and other professional development focused courses.

How to Get a Makeup License Renewed in Connecticut

If you are a makeup artist who earns their cosmetology license, you will need to renew it every two years by the last day of the month of your birth. The cost of renewal is $100.

To take the next step and figure out the best path towards a career in makeup artistry, contact the esthetician and makeup artist schools listed on this page to get started!

Find Make-Up Artist Training Programs in Connecticut

Academy Di Capelli – Accredited
East Hartford, CT
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Make-Up Artist Training / Barbering
Academy Di Capelli – Accredited
Wallingford, CT
Barbering / Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Make-Up Artist Training

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North Haven, CT
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School Accreditation

You must attend a school that is approved by your state to provide training in the discipline you want to practice. Check with the school and the state board to be sure that your program of study will prepare you for any applicable state licensure.