In our 600-hour Esthetics program, students will open a world of career opportunities within the skin care and make-up industry. With an Esthetics license, students can work in a spa or salon, be a manufacturer’s skin care, make-up salesperson, sell skin care or make-up products to department or specialty stores or be a representative for a worldwide skin care or make-up company. Upon taking higher education, they can work for a cosmetic surgeon or a dermatologist as a medical aesthetician.
During this time in the post Covid-salon world, we prioritize student’s safety to the utmost standard. When a full reopening takes place, students will come in in small groups for a personalized hands-on training session under the supervision of their Instructor. Our student salon is opened to the general public our students will be able to use their skills to perform a variety of services.