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The List of Top Beauty/Cosmetology Schools

There many education options open to those seeking a career as a beautician. These include night school courses, full-time day schools, colleges with full board, part-time schools, and vocational colleges. The right school for you must be based on what A beautiful campus is just one of the things to look for.A beautiful campus is just one of the things to look for.fits with your schedule and your budget. The average cost of a beautician’s education is up to $6,000 a year or more for 9 to 24 months. Student loans are available as well as on-campus work and paid apprenticeships. Some courses that you will most likely take include Fundamentals of Cosmetology, Manicuring, Hairstyling, Hair Coloring, Hair Design, Skin Care, and Salon Management.

The Best Beauty Schools:
Empire Beauty School
Concorde School of Hair Design
American Career College
Milwaukee Area Technical College
Lincoln College of Technology
Miller-Motte Technical College
Vatterott College
D’Mart Institute
Pearl River Community College
Northern Michigan University

You might also be interested in our articles on how to become a cosmetologist, beautician salary, the cost of beauty school and our guide to paying for Beauty School.

by Kimberly Prescott on Fri, 01/15/2010 - 03:45

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