May 21st is our next start date
Turn your dreams of becoming a professional makeup artist into a reality. Join Blush School of Makeup to become an artist with expertise in all facets of makeup. Feel confident running your own makeup business and catering to all clientele. With a focused curriculum and limited class size, students get one on one attention and focus from the Bay Area's makeup industry leaders. We encourage all budding makeup artists to visit Blush School of Makeup's campus in person so that we can get to know you, figure out what your goals are and show you how school can align with your vision.
Blush accepts individuals to the Master Makeup Artistry Program as students if they fulfill the following requirements:
- Minimum 18 years of age;
- Possess a High School Diploma, GED or High School Equivalency
- Has visited and toured the campus (May be substituted with phone interview if prospective student lives more than 150 miles away).
Blush School of Makeup was established to educate, train and prepare future professional makeup artists for success. The school as a whole puts forward thoughtful and deliberate effort every day. If makeup is your passion and career goal, then you owe it to yourself to explore your educational options. See if Blush’s boutique approach to makeup training is right for you.
With a focused curriculum and limited class size, this allows prospective students the ability to begin a conversation with Blush School of Makeup without the sense of rush as most start dates are filled in advance. We aim for transparency in providing the information needed for a prospective student to determine if they are making the right choice and, if so, when is best for them to begin.
See the resources and information for prospective international students
See the enrollment process and potential VA benefits Blush is approved to accept
Blush School of Makeup has authorization under federal law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students. International students are welcome to apply and receive an I-20 form which can then be used to obtain a M-1 Student Visa in their home country. Learn more by clicking on the above link.
Students may utilize Veterans’ benefits through the Post-9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33), the Montgomery GI Bill (Chapter 30), Reserve Educational Assistance Program (REAP) (Section 1606 for regular reservists, or Section 1607 if reservist was called up for active duty for a qualifying period of time); Survivors and Dependents Educational Assistance Program (Chapter 35).