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Makeup Artist Licensing in New Hampshire



New Hampshire Makeup License Requirements

If you want to work in the beauty industry as a make up artist, you need to know the make up artist license New Hampshire requires.

In New Hampshire, you will need to earn your esthetician license if you want to apply makeup for financial compensation. Fortunately, New Hampshire has makeup artist and esthetician programs that you can compare to make the best decision. Professionals can also take both types of programs to gain the broadest employable skills that employers in salons and spas look for.

Esthetician programs will include makeup artistry courses, along with subject matter that covers facials, waxing, hair removal, and other spa related skills. If you want to know about esthetician programs to work in makeup, visit this page to compare programs in your area.

To truly gain the full spectrum of knowledge and ability in the makeup arts, you should really consider the benefits of a makeup artist-focused program. This will help ensure you can pursue work in all the different types of makeup settings.

Makeup artists have several career paths, including:

• Film/TV
• Weddings and special events
• Photo shoots
• Spas
• Salons
• Resorts

Ready to find out your options for makeup artist training or esthetician licensure in New Hampshire?
Contact the beauty schools listed in our directory to get going!

Education Requirements to Get a Makeup Artist License in New Hampshire

To earn your makeup license, NH requires you pass the esthetician written and practical tests. For makeup artist curriculum though, it’s really up to you. The best approach is to compare as many schools as possible. You will want to look at the makeup artist courses they offer to make sure they match your makeup career goals.

Also take note of tuition and fees, financial aid options, flexible schedules for working students, and other concerns you may have that can affect your decision to enroll.

Makeup artist courses in NH include:

• Theater
• FX
• Bridal
• Daytime/evening
• Film/TV
• Color theory

Makeup schools will have their own curriculum, workshops, and additional training opportunities for prospective makeup artists. These can also be good ways to keep up with the latest trends and styles.

How to Get a Makeup License Renewed in New Hampshire

If you earn your esthetician license to start your makeup career, here are the basics about renewing your license:
• Licenses expire on the last day of your birth month – in even-numbered years
• Cost to renew is $40

Ready to contact makeup artist schools in your area? Use our school listings to connect with advisors who can help you prepare for a makeup artist career in New Hampshire today!

Find Make-Up Artist Training Programs in New Hampshire

Find Cosmetology Schools Near You

Hooksett, NH
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Barbering / Make-Up Artist Training
Laconia, NH
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Make-Up Artist Training
Somersworth, NH
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Barbering / Make-Up Artist Training
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.