@Mor - That doesn't mean getting into this kind of industry is completely out of your power. You just do what everyone else has to do in order to break in. You work for free for a while until you manage to meet the people you need to get into paid work. There are always plenty of spots in short films that need good people to work for basically food or a pittance. There are internships that can be found in almost every aspect of film where you will basically be a gofer until you develop some skills.
If it's makeup in particular you want, I would just volunteer to work on every possible show you can, whether it's a school pageant or a student film, until you make the right contacts and start building a reputation. You'll also be able to practice your skills which definitely can't hurt.