Campus Location EI - LA Makeup School
Located in the heart of Hollywood, California, we are the top LA Makeup School for anyone who wants the best education, training and ongoing support. Other makeup schools may give you the basic education needed to simply get licensed, but we give you the best possible opportunity for a real future and successful career.
EI, School of Professional Makeup is the World’s First School of Professional Makeup and continues to set the standard for other makeup schools. Our comprehensive makeup programs are designed for the individual successes of every student. All of our classes have been meticulously created to provide students with the absolute best education possible.
We pride ourselves on guiding each of our students from the very first step, to preparation for licensing, and beyond. We work with students to get started, keep them motivated and provide them with essential tools that they will need to take their career to the next level.
As a make up artist it can be challenging to build your career in the beginning. We understand what those challenges are and prepare students to overcome or avoid them altogether. It is very important to us that our students don’t just learn the bare minimum, but that they learn advanced and comprehensive techniques to jump-start their careers. Even after our students graduate and become licensed by the state board, we continue to provide them with career opportunities through our Student Services. Additionally, we offer workshops to help graduates stay on top of the game and to improve their existing techniques.
Hollywood Community Life
Los Angeles is the home of entertainment, and as such, offers its residents and visitors a slew of exciting activities. Here you will find a directory of places from the necessities like food to cultivating a social life.
Sightseeing – Los Angeles is notorious for its sightseeing activities, and draws thousands of people from all over the world.
Hollywood Walk of Fame – comprises more than 2,500 five-pointed terrazzo and brass stars embedded in the sidewalks along 15 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and three blocks of Vine Street in Hollywood, California. The stars are permanent public monuments to achievement in the entertainment industry, bearing the names of a mix of actors, musicians, directors, producers, musical and theatrical groups, fictional characters, and others.
Hollywood Wax Museum – is located in the heart of the tourist district of Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA. Wax figures and sets continue to change regularly. You’ll find uncanny replicas of A-list stars like Angelina Jolie, Johnny Depp, Gwenyth Paltrow, and Kirsten Dunst along with lifelike figures of classic entertainers like Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin, John Wayne, and Elvis Presley. There is also a Chamber of Horrors, featuring classic and current movie monsters. In June 2012, the family was recognized as Heroes of Hollywood by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Community Foundation for their staunch and generous support of the Hollywood community.
Madame Tussauds Hollywood – is a wax museum and tourist attraction located on Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California. It is the ninth location for the Tussauds franchise, which was set up by sculptor Marie Tussaud, and is located just west of the TCL Chinese Theatre. It features 115 wax figures of famous celebrities and each wax figure has its own placard placed on a wall in close physical proximity to it, containing information about the portrayed figure.
Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Odditorium
Chinese Theatre – is a movie theater on the historic Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6925 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California. The TCL Chinese Theatre has partnered with IMAX Corporation to introduce the single largest IMAX auditorium in the world. The new theatre seats 932 people, and hosts the third largest commercial movie screen in North America. There are nearly 200 Hollywood celebrity handprints, footprints, and autographs in the concrete of the theater’s forecourt.
Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre – Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre, on Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California, is one of the world’s most famous movie theatres. The Egyptian Theatre was built by showman Sid Grauman and real estate developer Charles E. Toberman, who subsequently built the nearby El Capitan Theatre and Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard.
Guinness World Records Museum – experience Guinness world records on the Hollywood walk of fame. Record-breaking facts and feats documented by the best-selling copyrighted book in the world come to life at the Guinness World Records Museum in Hollywood.
Hollywood & Highland Center – H&H is a central Hollywood gathering place with more than 75 shops and restaurants, including Lucky Strike Lanes and the famed Kodak Theatre, home of the Academy Awards. It’s also the only place in Hollywood offering a perfect view of the landmark Hollywood Sign.
- American Eagle Outfitters
- BCBG MAXAZRIA
- Louis Vuitton
- Hot Topic
- Lucky Brand Jeans
- Nine West
- Victoria’s Secret
- MAC Cosmetics
Melrose Avenue – Made famous from the television series Melrose Place, you will find a long street, encompassing many blocks of eclectic to chic shops, restaurants and drinking establishments. It is a colorful collection and not to be missed if you travel to LA.
Frederick’s of Hollywood – is a well-known retailer of women’s lingerie in the United States, with stores in many modern shopping malls across the USA. After opening the first store on Hollywood Boulevard and introducing black lingerie to the United States, the company became an instant smash with many a glamorous Hollywood actress. A key factor to Frederick’s incredible longevity has been the emphasis on women looking and feeling desirable for themselves. Women of all backgrounds, sizes, ages and tastes choose Frederick’s for their lingerie needs, from everyday underwear to those special occasion styles.
Dining & Nightlife
Hard Rock Café – Located at the Hollywood & Highland Center, beside the world-famous Dolby Theater, and just steps away from the Chinese Theater and Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, the Hard Rock Cafe on Hollywood Boulevard is the latest in Hard Rock’s concept driven design evolution, developed to integrate technology with new and unique interactive experiences for guests while delivering a world class menu in an atmosphere that rocks. Key memorabilia items on display in the cafe include Jimi Hendrix’s purple crushed velvet hat; to Janis Joplin’s love letter to then boyfriend Peter LeBlanc; Jim Morrison’s leather pants and handwritten lyrics to “L.A. Woman”; to Katy Perry’s sparkly dress and Fergie’s tour outfit worn while on tour with the Black Eyed Peas.
Mel’s Diner – offers you the tastes, sights, and sounds of the 1950s drive-in era have been shared among families here since 1987. Mel’s serves good old-fashioned burgers, fries, and milkshakes along with fondly remembered music and classic auto Americana. American Graffiti was filmed at the original Mel’s Drive-In. They are located at 1660 North Highland, Hollywood, California 90028, right across the street from the Kodak Theatre, site of the Academy Awards Ceremony.
Musso & Frank’s Grill – This world-famous eatery is the oldest restaurant in Hollywood and features the same American/Continental menu and cocktail selection enjoyed by countless celebrities over the years.
SWEET! – 28,000 square feet of candy and craziness in the heart of Hollywood! Let go of every idea you’ve ever had of what a candy store is. Find yourself at the most magical, most indescribable, most unexpected, most big, most fun, most unlike-anything-you’ve-ever-seen-or-experienced-before candy ride of your life.
OHM Nightclub – is the hottest new club to open in Hollywood. It features state of the art lighting and sound systems, with an amazing 150,000 watts of speakers. Located on the 4th level of the Hollywood & Highland Center, our fabulous outdoor patio is directly above the world famous Hollywood Boulevard. Over 19,000 square feet holds up to 1,100 people for a spectacular night of dancing or for your own private event.
Beacher’s Madhouse – is a unique and fun take on Hollywood nightlife. When attending Beacher’s Madhouse, you’re definitely in for an experience completely unlike any other that Hollywood has to offer. Situated in Hollywood’s famous Roosevelt Hotel, this is a great spot for anyone who is looking for a relaxing night of entertainment and the opportunity to possibly see a couple celebrities.
Drai’s Hollywood – Situated on the top of W Hotel, Drais Hollywood nightclub is one of the most talked about nightclubs in Hollywood. It has a capacity of over thousand people and can be the perfect spot for you if you are looking for a good time.
Bootsy Bellows Hollywood – One of the newest and hottest nightclubs in Hollywood is Bootsy Bellows. Located on Sunset Boulevard near the border of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills, this new spot that’s where Trousdale Lounge used to be has quickly earned a reputation for being one of Hollywood’s best hangouts.