Wedding Makeup Artist Laporte IN
La Porte, IN
MICHIGAN CITY, IN
La Porte, IN
Michigan City, IN
Arriving at the perfect wedding face
Wedding gown: $800. Venue: $8,000. Hair: $100. Flowers: $3500. The perfect face? Priceless! The flowers will wither away, the reception will be just a blur, the shoes will never be worn again, but your face will live on forever in your wedding photos and is NOT the place to skimp. Finding a good makeup artist can be tricky. Finding one to come to you can be even worse, especially if they are miles away. Many brides have tried cutting corners and have been very disappointed, even tearful just hours or minutes before they are due to leave for the ceremony. I always recommend a pre-consult so you will have the peace of mind knowing you will love your lipstick color and your artist knows exactly how dramatic or smoky you want your eyes to look.
IN Cosmetology Licensing Requirements
In Order To Obtain A License In Cosmetology, Nail Technology, Or Esthetics In The State Of Indiana, Students Must Complete The Requirements Listed Below. Please Contact The Indiana Board Of Cosmetology For More Information. Requirements ; Cosmetologist: 1500 Hours ; Esthetician: 700 Hours ; Nail Technician: 450 Hours ; Additional Requirements ; Applicants For Cosmetologist And Estheticians Must Be At Least 18 Years Of Age And Have At Least A 10Th Grade Education Or Its' Equivalent, Applicants For A Nail Technician Must Be At Least 17 Years, 6 Months Of Age And Have At Least An 8Th Grade Education. ; Applicants That Have Been Licensed As A Cosmetologist In Another State May Obtain A License In The State Of Indiana As Long As The State They Are Originally Licensed In Has Requirements Equal To Those Of Indiana. In The Cases Where The Training Is Less Than Indiana'S Requirements Than The Applicant Will Receive 100 Hours Of Credit For Each 1 Year Period Of Practical Work Experience. All Applicants Regardless Of Length Of Time Licensed In Another State Must Take An Examination On The Rules And Regulations Of Indiana Pertaining To The Profession They Are Applying For Licensure In. If The Issuing State Did Not Require The Applicant To Take A Practical Examination They Must Do So To Become Licensed In Indiana.