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I Want To Become A Professional Makeup Artist And Hopefully Work For MAC...What School Should I Go To?

I graduated from college with a degree in Political Science. My dream is to go to beauty school and become a professional makeup artist! I really wanna work for MAC. What beauty school should I go too? How long does it take? What classes should I enroll in? Also for anyone who knows (works, etc.) for MAC, if I wanna be a cashier at MAC (and not a makeup artist), do you think they will hire me? What are the qualifications for working at MAC? Is it hard to get a job there? Thanks!

Asked By: Toki*Doki - 3/9/2007
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I personally worked for Estee Lauder as a manager. Department stores hire the cosmetic associates but they must also interview with the cosmetic company. You are really working for two different companies...the store and the cosmetic company...but the store provides you with a paycheck. When you work at the counter... More
Answered By: Melissa B - 3/9/2007
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First, I would go to an accredited cosmetology school and get your licence. I think its no more then a year or two program. Then I would apply in at MAC and start off there. If you tell them your passion for makeup and their company, I am sure you will get hired. Good luck to you!
Answered By: MiaMia - 3/9/2007
 
Why not ask the girls that work there. Go in for a free demo and take time to chat. Ask questions about job related training and where to go. Also ask about work there and what it would take to get an entry level position. Go dressed to impress Good Luck
Answered By: makeda m - 3/14/2007
 
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Answered By: adriana_lima11 - 3/14/2007
 
If I were you I would go one day to Mac...see when they are not busy and tell them what you just told us. They will tell you what school they went to and why they like it or didnt. Ask all of them and you will have a better idea. I am not sure but I am thinking they are going to say proabably any makeup artist... More
Answered By: amor_dove - 3/16/2007
 
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