18. Professional Face Feeler
This is another job you might want to apply for in hopes of someday introducing yourself using the title. It may sound like someone who is paid to give facial massages to individuals who are into that sort of thing but it is actually part of the cosmetic creation process.
You see, a big problem with makeup in skin care is seeing how it handles contact with hands. People constantly touch their faces and so companies need to see how their products reacts to hands, and who better to turn to than the professionals?
You can get a start in the field working for $10 an hour, but if you work your way up or get lucky you can rake in $25 an hour.