Makeup Artist License in Oregon

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Oregon Makeup Artist License Requirements

Becoming a makeup artist can give you opportunities to work in a variety of social and creative environments, including film and television, theater, salons, spas, and more. To earn the equivalent of your make up artist license in Oregon, you must obtain your esthetician’s license. While this may seem initially frustrating for those who just want to focus on makeup, esthetics training is relevant to makeup artistry, and can add some notable extra skills to your resume.

Esthetician courses can add the following skills to your makeup services:

• Hair removal
• Waxing
• Head and neck massage
• Facials

Want to see how Oregon esthetician training compares to makeup focused programs:

Oregon esthetics and skin care programs

If your ultimate goal is a career in makeup, we recommend looking at programs listed on this page first. When you speak with them, discuss with school advisors the best path towards licensure. You can develop a plan to learn all you can about makeup, while doing what it takes to meet state requirements.

Talk to makeup artist schools in your area to find out how they help students meet Oregon makeup license requirements. Contact the schools in our directory to start your search for the right program!

Education Requirements to Get a Makeup License in OR

Even though you may not have requirements for makeup artist programs in Oregon, you should shop around when it comes to choosing the right one. Makeup artist courses, tuition and fees, financial aid, timeline for completion – these are all things you will want to take into account.

Makeup artist courses in Oregon:

• Wedding
• FX
• Daytime/evening
• Senior and male makeup
• Film
• TV
• Photography/advertising related work

When you speak with advisors and instructors at each school, be sure to review their makeup course curriculum. Discuss your career goals with them, and see if their program can help get you there.

How to Get a Makeup Artist License Renewed in Oregon

If you complete your esthetician requirements to work in make up, you will want to stay on top of the renewal process. In Oregon, you will need to renew your esthetician’s license every 2 years – on the last day of the month your license was issued. Oregon, like many other states, allows you to renew online. The fee is $40. If you prefer sending payment in the mail, then you will have to pay an extra $5.

Ready to start a career as a make up artist in Oregon? Compare the makeup schools listed here to get going!

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