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Utah Makeup Artist License Requirements

If you dream of becoming a makeup artist in Utah, you can take one step closer to making a career in this occupation a reality. Creative, social people who love makeup can pursue work in TV, film, weddings, salons, spas and other environments. Before you get started, you’ll need the facts about the requirements for a makeup artist license Utah requires, and then a plan for moving forward.

If you want to get a license for make up artist in Utah, you have two choices for meeting the requirements to apply makeup for compensation. You can either take an esthetician or cosmetology program while taking your makeup artist courses. To compare makeup artist, esthetician and cosmetology programs, you can use the links below to expand your research:

Utah cosmetology programs
Utah esthetician and skin care programs

Basically, a cosmetology program will include makeup, but also teach you hair and nail, and more facial skin care skills. An esthetician program will expand from makeup into facial science, waxing, airbrush, hair removal, and other related skills.

Want to speak with makeup artist schools in your area to find out how you can pursue this creative, social career in beauty? Use our listings to get started!

Education Requirements to Get a Utah Makeup License

Many makeup schools have their own unique set of courses and program design. Some schools will offer courses that you can pick and choose – and pay for one at a time. Other makeup schools may have a set program that takes weeks, a few months, or up to a year to complete.

Make up artist courses in Utah:

• Character
• Daytime/evening
• Formal
• Special effects
• Wedding
• Facial structure
• Color theory

When you speak with the schools in your area, be sure to ask how their courses prepare you for makeup occupations and the requirements for licensure. This is the time to address any concern you may have, such as the type of career assistance or financial aid they offer.

How to Get a Makeup Artist License Renewed in Utah

Whether you earn your esthetician or cosmetology requirements as your makeup license, you’ll need to understand how to renew when the time comes. In Utah, you must renew your esthetician or cosmetology license by September 30 – on an annual basis. The cost to renew is $52.

If you’re ready to start working in makeup, contact the schools on this page to take the next step!

Find Make-Up Artist Training Programs in Utah

West Valley City, UT
Cosmetology / Hair Design / Esthetics/Skin Care / Nail Technology / Make-Up Artist Training / Barbering
Avalon Institute – Accredited
Layton, UT
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Make-Up Artist Training / Teacher Training

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Draper, UT
Make-Up Artist Training
Provo, UT
Esthetics/Skin Care / Make-Up Artist Training
Payson, UT
Barbering / Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Hair Design / Make-Up Artist Training / Nail Technology
Salt Lake City, UT
Make-Up Artist Training
Murray, UT
Cosmetology / Electrology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Make-Up Artist Training / Nail Technology
Collectiv Academy – Accredited
Sandy, UT
Barbering / Cosmetology / Hair Design / Make-Up Artist Training
Salt Lake City, UT
Make-Up Artist Training
Provo, UT
Make-Up Artist Training
Mandalyn Academy – Accredited
American Fork, UT
Esthetics/Skin Care / Make-Up Artist Training
Salt Lake City, UT
Make-Up Artist Training
Layton, UT
Make-Up Artist Training
Paul Mitchell – Accredited
Ogden, UT
Barbering / Cosmetology / Make-Up Artist Training / Nail Technology / Teacher Training
West Jordan, UT
Make-Up Artist Training
Orem, UT
Make-Up Artist Training
Provo, UT
Barbering / Cosmetology / Make-Up Artist Training
St. George, UT
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Make-Up Artist Training
West Jordan, UT
Barbering / Cosmetology / 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.