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MAC Makeup Classes – MAC Pro Info

Did you know that MAC makeup classes are available in plenty of locations in the United States, Canada, and even the U.K.?  Yes, it’s true.  But where exactly in those three countries can you find the classes is probably what you want to know right?  Well, lucky for you, we’ve scoured and dug and located the uh, well locations!  We’ll get more into that in a bit, but first we’d like to talk about the pre-requisites that are necessary to attend any of the MAC Pro classes available.

First of all, you must know that the classes are only open to students who are or will be attending an institution or school of cosmetology, makeup artistry, fashion styling, hair styling, or performing arts.  If you are not attending one of those schools already, don’t even think about trying to get into the program, it just won’t happen.  MAC offers a list of eligible schools sorted by state on their website, which is too much to list all right here, but we will give you a few to start with.  If you’re looking for MAC makeup classes in NY for example, here are some of the participating schools that MAC will accept you from:  New York Institute of Beauty located in Islandia on Long Island, Broadway Dance Center in NYC, The Juliard School in NY, and the Aveda Institute in NY.  There are others and that is just a sampling.  In New York there are a total of 20 participating schools.

If you’re looking for MAC Pro participating schools in NJ, here’s a few:  Paul Mitchell School in Hackensack, NJ, the Artistic Academy in Morris Plains, NJ, and the Concord School of Hair Design in Ocean Township, NJ.  What about schools in Florida?  Sure there’s plenty.  There’s the Boca Beauty Academy in Boca Raton, FL and the Miami International University of Art & Design in Miami, Florida.

Additionally, we’d like to inform you that not only do you have to be attending one of these participating schools, the individuals in charge of the MAC incoming attendees must also review the courses that are offered at your school.  You will have to send to them some important infomation such as the name of the Head Director of Programs at your school, the school’s address, telephone number, and website URL.  They’ll also want to know the length of the course you’re attending and the type of certification offered upon your graduation.  After you submit all of that it will take anywhere from four to six weeks for your eligibility request to be considered and processed.

For more detailed information about the MAC makeup classes that you can attend you can visit their website at


MAC Makeup Classes and Training Schools

If you’re looking for MAC Makeup classes, that’s awesome.  As we’ve noted their training classes are available at several different MAC makeup schools all over the U.S., U.K., and Canada.  A quick search online will bring up the official site and let you know all about each school specifically.  If you’re considering a career in the makeup industry, which is an awesome consideration, by the way, MAC schools are basically the best you can get into.  Once there you will be trained in such subjects as makeup artistry, professional skin care,  and more.  You will be prepared once finished with these classes to perform several jobs, including but not limited to, cosmetologist, skin care specialist, and you will also be certified to work behind MAC’s makeup counters at mall all over the world where you will perform cosmetic makeovers, give customers MAC makeup tips, and more.

MAC Makeup Classes Use Plush Black MascaraThe options that you will have available to you after attending MAC makeup classes are basically limitless.  You might even go on to open up your own beauty business.  Can’t you just image it now?  A cute little downtown or uptown shop on the corner boasting your name along with that MAC certification diploma hanging neatly framed on the wall right next to your first $100 bill!  You have to set your sights high if you ever want to go somewhere in this life.  Don’t just dream and image, get to it and do it and this is your first step in the process.

You’ve taken the first step and that is research.  I can not stress how important research is first.  You need to get all the facts straight.  Where are the classes?  How long do they last for?  How much are the training classes going to cost you?  Will it all be worth it?  Are you going to be able to afford them?  Can you get financial assistance?  Do they offer job placement services after you get certified?  All of these questions are ones to definitely ponder before you just jump in head first.

Stay tuned in the coming days for more detailed information on exactly where you can find MAC makeup classes and training schools.