Make-Up Artist

Becoming a make-up artist isn't for everyone, but those who do go into it can enhance a client's appearance for special occasions or for theatre productions. If this field interests you, continue reading to learn about the education and career options available.

Inside Make-Up Artistry

Make-up artists work in the film and theatre industry. They use make-up to alter the appearance of actors. The make-up needs to hold up to stage lights and sometimes needs to alter the actor's appearance. Make-up artists may also apply make-up and provide skin care treatments for other occasions, such as weddings. For this, artists have to select make-up that matches clients' skin tones and facial features to make them look their best.

Make-up artists can find employment in many businesses and are responsible for many parts of skin care and personal appearance. Whether you'd like to be a freelance make-up artist preparing brides for their big day or work for a broadcasting firm, applying make-up to reporters before they go out to face the camera, has the information you need. Use the site's resources to discover how you can attain your career goals.

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