Makeup Artistry Training Programs in Alaska
Alaska Makeup Artistry Schools
Fill out the Alaska makeup artistry course search application and find an accredited cosmetology school or beauty college in with makeup artist programs. Study at a Alaska college to begin your career as a makeup artist. With a license you can work at a salon or in in the film, television, theater and concert industries.
Classes you may take beyond a normal cosmetology program include theatrical makeup & special effects makeup.
Read: Become A Makeup Artist State of Alaska Makeup Artistry Requirements
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State of Alaska, Makeup Artistry Certification Requirements
You must be at least 17 years old with a high school diploma or GED.
To become an instructor, you must hold a valid cosmetology license, have one full year in practice plus 3 years of practice OR 1 year of practice in another state and 600 hours of instructor training. You must also pass a written and practical exam.
License renewals are by August 31st of odd-numbered years. There is a $160 fee or a $240 instructor fee.
To practice if you're from another state, you must already have a license in a state with equivalent requirements; 1 year of full time work plus 1500 school hours, or 2 years of full time work.
There are no continuing education requirements in Alaska.
Educational requirements in Alaska:
Barber – 1650 hours or 2000 apprenticeship hours Esthetician – 350 hours Hairdresser – 1650 hours or 2000 apprenticeship hours Instructor – 600 hours if licensed between 1-3 years. If licensed over 3 years, no additional training hours are needed. Manicurist – 250 hours, plus 12 hours of additional instruction