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The first step toward getting your dream job performing services on the hair, skin, or nails at a salon or spa is receiving the necessary education. Many options exist for cosmetology training, including beauty schools. These postsecondary institutions specialize exclusively in education for future personal appearance workers like you. When looking for the perfect school, you'll likely run into these terms. Understanding their meanings will make it easier to understand what your local beauty schools have to offer.

  • Cosmetology - Study of performing services to change the appearance of the hair, skin, and nails.
  • Beautician - Professional who specializes in cosmetology; cosmetologist and hairstylist are other words for beautician.
  • Esthetician - Professional who specializes in skin care services such as performing facials, removing hair, and applying makeup.
  • Nail Technician - Professional who performs manicures and pedicures which shape and polish the nails on the hands and feet; Nail technicians may also apply false nails for clients.
  • Makeup Artist - Professional who applies cosmetics to the face; Unlike an esthetician, makeup artists don't perform other types of skin care services.
  • Barber - Professional who specializes in men's hair care and shaving.
  • Didactic - Type of education that involves classroom lectures and discussions; At a beauty school, students learn about hygiene, sanitation, and various cosmetology techniques, such as blow drying and coloring, through didactic training.
  • Experiential - Type of education that involves hand-on experience; at a beauty school, experiential training occurs in onsite salons or at professionals salons nearby, where students work as apprentices.
  • Pell Grant - This is a type of federal financial aid that is offered at some beauty schools and does not require repayment.
  • Stafford Loan - Type of federal financial aid offered at some beauty schools that is not need based, but must be repaid in payments after graduation.
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    American Association of Cosmetology
    Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    If your institution teaches hair styling, waxing, or nail care, you should join our association. Promoting cosmetology as a profession for both men and women across the country.
     
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    Creating Miracles
    1064 E Worthy St Ste A, Gonzales, LA 70737
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    (225) 644-3663
     
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    Pineville Beauty School
    1008 Main St, Pineville, LA 71360
    We run a cosmetology school offering courses for cosmetology and manicuring. Financial aid and job placement assistance is available. Get in touch today to begin your exciting new career field.
    (318) 445-1040
    Cosmetology Training Center
    2516 Johnston St, Lafayette, LA 70503
    (337) 237-6868
    Remington College-Lafayette Campus
    303 Rue Louis Xiv, Lafayette, LA 70508
    (337) 205-7194
    Opelousas School of Cosmetology
    529 E Vine St, Opelousas, LA 70570
    (337) 942-6147
    Iberia Cosmetology Institute
    1301 W Saint Peter St, New Iberia, LA 70560
    (337) 365-6570
    Louisiana Academy of Beauty
    550 E Laurel Ave, Eunice, LA 70535
    (337) 457-7627
    HairMasters
    24314 Eden St, Plaquemine, LA 70764
    (225) 687-6658
    Ray J's College of Hair
    1726 Wooddale Ct, Baton Rouge, LA 70806
    (225) 928-6890
    Alden's School of Cosmetology
    2020 Main St, Baker, LA 70714
    (225) 774-0099
    Alden's School of Massage
    2024 Main St, Baker, LA 70714
    (225) 775-7200
    Dj's School of Beauty
    10120 Red Oak Dr, Baton Rouge, LA 70815
    (225) 272-6595
    State of Louisiana Division of Administration
    11622 Sun Belt Ct, Baton Rouge, LA 70809
    (225) 756-3404
    Aveda Institute Baton Rouge
    2834 S Sherwood Forest Blvd Ste A, Baton Rouge, LA 70816
    (225) 295-1435
    Remington College-Baton Rouge Campus
    10551 Coursey Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70816
    (225) 590-3569


    Aspiring to become a fantastic hair stylist? Beauty school is one of the most popular careers among young women and men who want to beautify the world one salon at a time. Attending a cosmetology school as opposed to a regular college is based on knowledge and certification that is vital to landing a job at salons. These schools teach students the craft of makeup as well as other areas of beauty like nail and hair styles. Becoming a licensed beautician is the end goal of cosmetology schools, whether you want to be a classy makeup artist or be a barber with your own shop. A typical beauty academy offers certification in many areas of makeup. Becoming licensed as an esthetician requires a course in skin care—exfoliation, lessening wrinkles, and even hair removal. Nail technicians are skilled in manicures and pedicures to make ladies’ finger and toenails look their best with creative designs. The most popular option—hair stylist—demands months of practice as well as certification in cuts, blow dry, and extensions to name just a few. Skills stylists must embrace include mastery of hair dye and highlights if they aim to make a bigger profit as a colorist. Estheticians, makeup artists, and cosmetologists work at salons and spas everywhere around the globe. Most regions have several choices of beauty institutes to choose from, as seen in newspaper and television ads, internet websites, and even in your phone book under “Beauty Schools.” Want to work in a salon as a hair stylist or esthetician? Cosmetology is a great option for makeup artists and lovers everywhere who want to add beauty to their life.
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