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February 6, 2014

Jobs in the Makeup Industry

There are a number of different paths that can be taken in the beauty industry, each fulfilling in its own way. It is crucial to find what you are passionate about and move forward from there, putting everything you have into the career path.

 

One of the career paths that you may not have considered is one in makeup artistry. There are many options out there for those who wish to take this route; you just have to search for them. Make sure that you get the education you need to find the best jobs in this industry. The choice is yours to make of this path what you want it to be.

 

The options

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Before choosing to pursue a specific path, take a look at all the options. There are more career paths than you might think in the makeup industry. Each of these has their own unique elements, making the job interesting for some, while ruining it for others. Make sure to choose the career within the industry that fuels your passion. You may think that your opportunities being a makeup artist will be limited, but there are more out there than you think.

 

Besides just working hands-on with applying makeup, there are jobs in the industry such as a cosmetic promotional coordinator. In this position, you will work in retail cosmetic sales, teaching others about the different types of makeup. Your knowledge can be used to help others find exactly what they need, and may even allow you to sample on others what their makeup could look like. This is a very fulfilling career path for many.

 

For those who want to work in the thick of things, there are many career paths that may be open to you. There are some career paths that can lead you directly to doing makeup for celebrities, musicians, and TV personalities. In most cases, these options are open to those who have gained experience in the industry. Look also for jobs at salons, retail stores, bridal boutiques, spas, and many more. Get your name out there and show how your talent can have a positive influence.

 

Study to become a professional makeup artist along with your other cosmetology classes. The tools you learn will be useful no matter what career path you decide to take. Whether you wish to incorporate makeup artistry as your main career, or just a hobby on the side, you will benefit from learning this skillset.

 

By +Cassie Costner

 

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