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Cosmetology Career StarterCareer Starters Korman, Lorraine. 1576851419 9781576851418 9780585224060
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Cosmetology Career Starter by Lorraine Korman
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Copyright © 1998 LearningExpress, LLC. All rights reserved under International and Pan-American Copyright Conventions. Published in the United States by LearningExpress, LLC, New York. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Korman, Lorraine. Cosmetology career starter / by Lorraine Korman. p. cm.(Career starters) ISBN 1-57685-141-9 1. Beauty cultureVocational guidanceUnited States. 1. Title. II. Series. TT958.K67 1998 646.7'2'02373dc21 Printed in the United States of America 987654321 First Edition The listing of schools in Chapter 3 is reproduced from the NACCAS 1997-1998 Directory by permission of the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences (NACCAS). Regarding the Information in this Book Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy of directory information up until press time. However, phone numbers and/or addresses are subject to change. Please contact the respective organizations for the most recent information. For Further Information For information on LearningExpress, other LearningExpress products, or bulk sales, please call or write to us at: LearningExpress™ 900 Broadway Suite 604 New York, NY 10003 212-995-2566 LearningExpress is an affiliated company of Random House, Inc.
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Contents Introduction Why enter the Cosmetology Field? Chapter 1 So You Want to be a Beauty Professional Chapter 2 All About Training Programs Chapter 3 Directory of Cosmetology Training Programs Chapter 4 Financial Aid for the Training You Need Chapter 5 How to Land Your First Job Chapter 6 How to Succeed Once You've Landed the Job Appendix A Professional Associations Appendix B Additional Resources v
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About The Author Journalist and editor Lorraine Korman worked at American Salon magazine for six years and was editor-in-chief from 1996 to 1998. This is her first book.
Acknowledgments The author gratefully acknowledges the assistance and inspiration of Francois Baron, Mary Bemis, Amanda Hathaway, Wayne Henninger, Ken Korman, Heather Landau, Norma Lee, Saralynne Lowrey, Robbin McClain, Kathy McFarland,Kathy Nestor, Colleen O'Rourke, Larry Oskin, and David Wieme.
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Introduction Why enter the Cosmetology Field? Yes, cosmetology is about hairdressingbut it's also about much more than that. Yes, it's about being in a service industrybut it's also about getting a chance to show your creative side. Cosmetologists can be hairdressers, skincare specialists, nail technicians, massage therapists, or makeup artists (or all of the above). The possibilities in the beauty field are as many and varied as the individuals in the field. It's truly an occupation in which you can create your own path. Few fields offer the flexibilityand potential rewardsof cosmetology. In this book you'll learn more details about the field and the possible paths you can take. You'll learn about training programs on the high school/vocational school and postsecondary levels. You'll learn what's required to get your license, and you'll learn why getting your license is only the beginning of your career. Chapter 1 looks at the different types of cosmetology specialties. It covers hiring trends, demographic data, and salary information and
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Web sites and the like). as well as how to network and promote yourself. Chapter 3 provides an extensive listing of accredited postsecondary training programs across the country. And yes. providing you with valuable advice on what it takes to make it in the real world of cosmetology. Chapter 2 includes information on the training you'll need to become a licensed beauty professional. you're well on your way to learning all aspects of the beauty profession. Finally. < previous page page_vi next page > . Chapter 4 will explain how to get financial aid for school and training programs. Interviews with top beauty professionals in every specialty appear throughout the book. and research employers. The appendices at the back of the book not only list the most important organizations in the field but also point you toward helpful resources (books. education costs money. It offers sample course curricula and tips from educational experts on how to pick the right beauty school for you. It covers the various funding options and tells you how to take advantage of every opportunity to get the funding you need. Chapter 5 explains what to do when you're done with schoolhow to conduct a job search. So let's get started. write a resume. These professionals share their own experiences and discuss changes in the beauty field. With this book in hand. providing all the information you need to succeed in your first job and beyond.< previous page page_vi next page > Page vi includes sample classified ads for different jobs and information on trends in cosmetology education. Chapter 6 takes you to the next level.
with all sorts of specialties. is like. or an accountant. Successful beauty professionals today work in all sort of capacities. Tens of thousands of success stories from across the country prove that cosmetology is a field with options. and the potential to make a lucrative living. After all. What more could you ask for? < previous page page_1 next page > . see examples of job descriptions and sample salaries. flexibility. And there are memorable images from the mediafrom Dolly Parton's trailer-run operation in Steel Magnolias to Janet Jackson in Poetic Justice to the less-than-flattering "Beauty School Dropout" musical number from the movie Grease. everyone needs a haircut now and then. and discover what current cosmetologists think about the profession. But you may have a picture in your head of what a cosmetologist's life is likeprobably because one or more of them have played a large part in your life already. you'll learn more about what being a cosmetologist really means. But none of these images is entirely accurate. You'll learn about different specialties in the professional beauty field.< previous page page_1 next page > Page 1 Chapter 1 So You Want To Be A Beauty Professional In this chapter. It's hard to imagine what the day-to-day work life of a chemical engineer.
8. and 10. I get antsy easily. 4. and makeup services as well as hairdressing. I thrive on structure. Their happiness has to mean something to you. < previous page page_2 next page > . 6. You also need to enjoy being around people all the time. first and foremost. In some states. thoroughly. more about specialties in my field. I want to work less than 40 hours a week but still make a good income. you answered yes to questions 2. and permanent makeup artist. Is Cosmetology for You? Please respond yes or no to the following questions: 1. I'm pretty impatient. massage therapist. To do that. I really enjoy with working with people.4. then you're probably a pretty good candidate for a cosmetology career. then you won't find a fulfilling career in cosmetology.< previous page page_2 next page > Page 2 What Is a Cosmetologist? A cosmetologist is a beauty professional licensed to perform services for the public. More than anything.7. I consider that an investment in myself. Why? Because cosmetology is. 3. separate licensing procedures have been established for nail technicians and for estheticians (skincare specialists). Given a choice. but the success of beauty professionalsfrom the hottest editorial hairstylist to the first-year traineedepends on your ability to service your client well. 9. 6. a service industry." 10. it provides tremendous outlets for your creativity. Yes. Few solitary types have ever thrived in a salon environment. I'd work alone. Other licensed specialties in the professional beauty industry include electrologist (hair removal specialist). People tell me that I "have a way with people. If. 5.3.5. however. for example. I wouldn't mind putting in extra hours to learn. and with a smile. I like to know exactly what the next day will bring. 2. 8. 7. I consider myself a highly creative individual. In other states. the cosmetology license permits you to perform nailcare. I just want a job that I don't have to think about when I'm off the clock. and 9. If you answered yes to questions 1. you need to be flexibleto be willing to rearrange your schedule to accommodate a last-minute client. I'm good with my hands. skincare.
In fact. including tips. Salon cosmetologists are generally divided into three categories: full-time employees. To practice cosmetology. some estimates maintain that 20 percent of people who pass the state boards never use their license. part-time employees. for the average full-time salon professional with five to 10 years' experience is about $32.000. that this figure includes a fair number of people who are licensed but not currently practicing. The last are those who operate as independent contractors and pay a percentage of their gross. almost 25 percent of the salon workforce consists of cosmetologists with less than 18 months of experiencea pretty good indication that there's entry-level work out there. Specialized schools take even less time.000 licensed cosmetologists (according to a 1996 NACCAS report)more than either the number of elementary school teachers or lawyers.000 and $7. then pass a state board exam in order to be licensed. Job Market Controversy There's substantial disagreement over the true state of the labor market in the salon industry. The average fee for attending a postsecondary cosmetology school (curriculum usually takes 9 to 14 months to complete) is between $2. You should note. Money magazine ranked cosmetology 37th among its "Fifty Hottest Jobs"in 1995.000 salons in the United States and 1. the average income. to the salon owner for the space they rent within a salon. NACCAS has reported that during 1996. you must first attend a trade or a vocational school and receive a certain number of hours of training. According to the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences (NACCAS). however. 58 percent of surveyed salon < previous page page_3 next page > . or a flat fee.000. however. Some states require students to complete their education at the postsecondary level. and booth renters. often as part of a salondesigned apprenticeship or training program.< previous page page_3 next page > Page 3 Just the Facts There are some 285. Vocational or technical cosmetology programs at the high school level are administered by the public school system and most are free of charge. According to NACCAS. And most new graduates start their careers working part time in a salon.345.
Additionally. Eves & P/T shifts available.500. therefore. but reliable statistics remain an industry question mark. the GAO had quietly rescinded its report.700 job openings among its members. some 80 percent of cosmetologists are women. there are almost five licensed cosmetology professionals for every current job openinga surplus of trained workers. By the year 2000. right? In 1997. Fortunately. the answer is: plenty. the project shortage for 1997 was 206. And the GAO report made its claims based on statistics from state employment officesand no salon owner turns to a state agency to fill a job vacancy. and the number of licensed stylists who leave the industry yearly. the number who graduate. Competitive wages. What does this mean to you? Well. its numbers are unrealistic. By the time this book went to press. < previous page page_4 next page > . industry associations.14 percenta conservative figureand factoring in the number enrolled in beauty schools.< previous page page_4 next page > Page 4 owners said they had job openings.000 unfilled jobs. Sothere's a labor shortage. 72 percent of those also said that they had difficulty filling the positions with qualified applicants. Their reasoning? ICSA alone claims to have 22. such as the International Chain Salon Association (ICSA). the industry will have 345. have been lobbying Washington for a new report. many of whom leave the profession for personal reasons. the government should not continue to fund training for cosmetology and other vocational occupations. According to this formula. the General Accounting Office (GAO) of the federal government issued a controversial report entitled ''Proprietary Schools: Millions Spent to Train Students for Oversupplied Occupations. A report from the Cosmetology Advancement Foundation (CAF) estimates the stylist shortage by taking an annual industry growth rate of 2. Beauty industry insiders believe that because the GAO report never took into account whether licenses were active or inactive." According to the report. Sample Classified Ad #1 Hair/Cosmetology InstructorLeading cosmetology school has an opportunity for a licensed cosmetology instructor. the report concludes. since some 80 percent of students receive some sort of financial aid to attend beauty school.
or chemical relaxing (also known as straightening). Over the last ten years. It's impossible to get bored being a beauty professional. but before Sassoon. relax.< previous page page_5 next page > Page 5 Types of Jobs and Careers Although there are limited types of licenses available for beauty professionals. the emphasis has been on the cutpreferably a low-maintenance but fashionable one. There are enough educational resources out there for anyone with the interest and talent to become a specialist in haircoloring. studying under the city's best hairdressers and eventually opening up her own businessall while doing photo shoot work with the likes of the Indigo Girls. condition. chemical services. styling. and style a client's hair. who owns Key Lime Pie Salon & Spa in Atlanta. the potential to "break out of the box" is enormous. Freed. She should know: She began her career as a makeup artist in New York. Since the early 1960s. including the aging baby boomer population and the development of temporary "demipermanent" and "semipermanent" haircolors that require less commitment from the client. women of all ages visited the beauty salon weekly for their wash-and-sets. ever since Vidal Sassoon revolutionized the beauty industry with his radical geometric cuts. It may be hard to believe now. permanent waves have been "flatlining" for years. They often slept in their rollers (and this was before sponge rollers!) and didn't have the benefit of the more sophisticated products we have today. While that's still true at many salonsand the more adept you are at a variety of services. There are a variety of reasons for this. then moved to Atlanta and began learning about hair. and finishing. shampoo. Maybe you even did your client's nails and gave her a facial too. Cosmetology used to mean that you did it allcuts. Hairdresser Hairdressers cut. They are the lifeblood of any fullservice salon. perm. the more marketable you'll beother salons have encouraged their staff members to specialize in one aspect of cosmetology. while relaxer services have < previous page page_5 next page > . The hairdresser's role has changed radically in the last 40 years. Sassoon changed the landscape of hairdressing forever. It's important to think seriously about this because haircolor in particular has become a huge revenue stream for salons in the 1990s.) On the flip side." says D. hairdressing specialties have sprung up. (They're also cheaper. Here are just some of the career options available to beauty professionals. J. color. Some 60 percent of American women color their hair. It's an industry with a tremendous amount of room to move and grow. and many of them have it done in salons. "There are so many options in this industry. permanent waving.
a separate nail tech test and license are offered. In many states. co-owner of New York's Warren-Tricomi Salon and a nail technician for 16 years. and paint nails with polish. although it's usually best to spend a few years learning the ropes before you jump into owning a business. more and more women (and men) view them as part of a total fashion look. Nails are a rapidly growing area of the salon industry.< previous page page_6 next page > Page 6 increased dramatically." Clients have educated themselves. are licensed to perform manicures and pedicures. and impressive powers of concentration. as well as on photo shoots. as they are sometimes called. salary plus commission. A bonus: They are high-ticket items that boost your personal bottom line. It's a great way to stay creatively fresh and build your client base. mostly through magazines. coloringbut also to stay on top of the trends by attending continuing education classes regularly. you can start your own salon. When you specialize. and spas. a relaxed manner. trim or push back cuticles. or you can even work at home. If you're an employee. nailsonly salons (increasingly popular). nail techs have had to further hone their artistic skills. Nail Technician Nail techs. you are expected not only to exhibit unusual skill at the positionsay. Compensation and Prerequisites All hairdressers need to be licensed to practice on the public. Specialization is usually the result of trying out different positions in a salon and finding the right fit. "Not having your nails taken care of is like wearing a Chanel suit but having a run in your stocking. You might even want to offer a special model night at the salon in which you offer services to clients who are willing to let you experiment in exchange for a price break. But because many women are frightened of botching their hair with a home-perm kit or a home-straightening kit. taking part in salon trainings and the like. you'll be paid a straight salary. or commission only. As the popularity of nail art (such as elaborate design and jewelry) has increased. you can go to work as an employee of a salon or as an independent contractor in a salon (also known as a booth renter). After licensing. Roxana Pintile. If you feel that entrepreneurial spirit coming on. A good nail tech has a steady hand. there will always be a market for salon chemical services. < previous page page_6 next page > . including full-service salons. says. They clean and buff nails. Nail techs can work in a variety of environments.
give her what she wants. pedicures are hugely popular. Anything above and beyond that. who perform a variety of therapeutic skincare services. It's whether you can give a great manicure. or strictly commission. and with dermatologists or plastic surgeons. And because of the ever-increasing number of women in the workforce. such as facials and waxing. Many estheticians can also provide makeup services. That's good news for skincare pros. If she trusts you. too. It's a way of marketing the salon as a resource for one-stop beauty shopping. Your work will speak for itself. And study. "I would suggest talking to people and being a good listener are keys to doing well. Compensation and Prerequisites As noted earlier. and body care services. More and more full-service salons offer a full complement of skincare services. largely because baby boomers refuse to age. many of whom have to spend long days on their feet. Licensing generally takes under a year. beauty professionals are paid either straight salary. she'll come out of her safety zone and start letting you suggest things to her". in skincareonly facilities. Esthetician It's a great time to be an esthetician. she keeps as income. study. study. you need a sound aesthetic sense and an accommodating personality. and you can also work as an independent contractor. Listen to the client. This makes the nail tech an independent operator. or skincare.< previous page page_7 next page > Page 7 about nail health and the importance of taking care of their talons. particularly when they incorporate massage. In some casesand this is particularly common for nail techsthe beauty pro simply rents space in a salon establishment and pays a flat monthly rate for the space." says Pintile. They're searching desperately for the product or service that will help them look and feel young. is experiencing a boom of sorts. Estheticians also work at day spas. "Read the newspaper every day so you can keep informed and have something to talk about. Nails are constantly evolving. To succeed as a nail technician. not an employee. salary plus commission. When looking for a position. < previous page page_7 next page > . Some salon owners look for nail techs with a following. hair removal and waxing. but experience is not usually their primary concern. Esthetics. offer to give the salon owner a manicure or pedicure.
up until a few years ago. facials are referred to as "acne surgery" and thus are covered!). working in a clinical environment.'s to take a second look at professional skincare. Many of them now have estheticians on staff who administer facials (on the insurance form. because he or she is a caregiver and wellness provider as well as a facialist. and the financial squeeze wrought by insurance reform. or helping to heal post-operative patients. walking around? Making It According to Barbara Salomone. If you're interested in esthetics. there are tem requirements for a successful esthetician: the ability to work with people empathy patience sales know-how determination to succeed willingness to learn about new treatments and ideas the ability to market your positives Willingness to stay in tune with skincare trends and the salon/medical environment the confidence to stand behind what you are doing < previous page page_8 next page > . president of the Conservatory of Estherics postgraduate skincare facilities.< previous page page_8 next page > Page 8 Are you surprised by the medical connection? Well. with locations across America. Working with doctors may appeal to you if you're interested in treating traumatized skin. "not even when you're 50. this author was told by her dermatologist that she could "never. ever" receive a facial. ask yourself the following questions: Am I a giving person? An esthetician needs to be concerned about other people. (As a teenager with bad skin. have encouraged some M.D. doctors generally pooh-poohed the idea of facials. Do I enjoy working closely with people? Can I sit in one room all day? Or do I need to be out and about.") But high-quality products.
They can also work in department stores or in theater. They appreciate discretion and understanding. Attention to detail. each of which is very important to them. which you can often get working on the floor of your training facility. television. which damages the follicle so it will not produce hair. Permanent makeup artists usually work in a salon environment or on their own. A growing number of spas offer electrolysis as well.< previous page Compensation and Prerequisites page_9 next page > Page 9 Most facilities require a license and experience. < previous page page_9 next page > . Compensation is similar to that of nail technicians. Their services are offered either as stand-alones or as value-added for salon clients after their hair is done. "tattooing" it with a permanent eyeliner or lipliner. or altering a client's pigmentation by. Electrologists Electrolysis is permanent hair removal using an electrical current. such as bridal parties. working with burn victims. Permanent makeup is a more labor-intensive service that can involve disguising a disfigurement. and offer to assist someone for little or no charge as you learn the ropes. Electrologists can work in either a salon environment or a medical one. Makeup Artist Makeup artists often provide the finishing touch to a salon client. for instance. or film.) Many states issue a separate license to electrologists rather than issuing them a general cosmetologist license. and an understanding of physiology are crucial components of this job. (The current reacts with salt in the body. Compensation and Prerequisites See above. creating sodium hydroxide. Makeup artists are often called upon to service clients at home or to work with groups or on special occasions. Again. use your beauty school's network as a referral system. Perhaps more than any other beauty professionals. Compensation and Prerequisites See above. or lye. a soft touch. electrologists need to be sensitive: Clients come to you with a variety of problems.
Talent. nail. a creative eye. Salon seeks highly motivated. estheticians. You'll have to adjust to a fast-paced environment. cajole. as well as all the new styles and techniques. Communication. The ability to juggle many tasks at once. and a gentle. guest-centered professionals. Take control of your own destiny annd call today. One well-known hairdresser calls his job "onethird artist. tech nicians." He's telling the truth. learn. They coax." says Arnold Zegarelli. Keys to Success in a Salon A willingness to learn. learn. how to behave and dress. two-thirds psychotherapist. Sample Classified Ad #3 Come join a unique beauty and wellness experience.< previous page page_10 next page > Page 10 Sample Classified Ad #2 Caribbean resort day spa seeks licensed cosmetologists. Employees hired right out of beauty school may need to go through a salon's training or apprenticeship program before they ever perform a facial or take scissors to a client's hair. Fax resume. If you don't have dexterity. you'll often be working on multiple clients simultaneously. A great many beauty professionals say their education really began after school. they're in charge of making the client look good and feel good about herself. you will learn what it takes to build relationships with clients. < previous page page_10 next page > . During your early years in the salon. PA. and what's expected from you as a beauty professional. because once you graduate to a more senior position. you'll probably be assisting a senior-level stylist and will be called upon to mix a color formula while shampooing another client and getting bobby pins for someone else. "Salon professionals have an enormous responsibility. massage therapists. Endless opportunities for growth. Watch successful beauty professionals and you'll notice that they are uniformly excellent listeners. In the beginning. styles director of Hornes Beauty Salon in Pittsburgh. nurturing touch. and soothe the client in their chair. cosmetology will prove a frustrating field.
and after a while I realized that I wanted to take it a step further and spend more time running my own business. Ask them about the biggest challenges they face running a business. if you can get the appropriate financing. utilities. Are you a winner? Contact us now. And keep in mind that before you can pay yourself. It's a tremendous business resource. You are "paid" out of the business's profitswhich is great if your salon has a good year and disastrous if it has a bad one. Join the National Cosmetology Association. you can open a salon. "I taught beauty school for years. and any outstanding loans. Try to spend time helping out with as wide a variety of tasks as possible. It's not as easy as it sounds. Better to learn it in a classroom than the hard way. business owners don't get a salary. What's good about working there? What can be improved? What aspects of the operation don't you understand? Take notes on your impressions. We're a company that's growing so fast there's no room at the bottom of the ladder! We need stylists who want to growwho want to take charge and make monney as they develop other eager stylists. Their insights can give you a head start on tackling your own problems if you decide to run your own show. Watch how things work in your salon. rent. < previous page page_11 next page > . Here are a few tips to help you find out whether ownership is the way to go: Take some business courses at your local community college. you have to pay overheadstaff salaries." says Mary Bowman. Compensation and Prerequisites Generally. They don't teach Accounting 101 in beauty school. but you'll need to know it to run any business. the entrepreneurial spirit kicks in among a high percentage of beauty professionals. though. It will lend some perspective on "the big picture. That said.< previous page Salon Owner page_11 next page > Page 11 After a few years in the business." Network with other salon owners. president of the South Carolina Cosmetology Association. Offer to help the owner with administrative or bookkeeping tasks. Sample Classified Ad #4 Take a shot at the fast lane.
They play an important role because many salon owners have the entrepreneurial spirit but lack management know-how. For these reasons. "Who Are the Cosmetology Studennts of Tomorrow?" < previous page page_12 next page > . These salaries can run from $25. Good salon managers are worth their weight in gold. However. high employment rate Fun. then shadow your own salon manager. mature. someone with managerial experience is usually ideal.000 up to $80. interesting work Source: Procter & Gamble 1995 national survey. What do students like about a cosmetology career? Meeting new and interesting people Good income Flexible hours and location The opportunity to become your own boss Job availability.000.< previous page Salon Manager page_12 next page > Page 12 Some professionals enjoy running the showcoordinating everything having to do with the day-to-day running of a salon operation. They handle issues such as who gets the walk-in clients. and detail-oriented. You'll have to demonstrate understanding of an accounting spreadsheet as well as the fragile human ego. and when the toilet will get fixed. To fill a management role. salon owners look for someone who's extremely organized. Compensation and Prerequisites A salon manager at a medium-to-large establishment (they are seldom needed at small salons) is usually paid a weekly salary without commission or tips. for the highest level positions. Ask to assist him or her. a growing number of beauty schools offer a salon-management track to formally prepare those who love the salon environment but don't want to spend their time behind a chair. Those who realize this know the value of a good salon manager. You will learn plenty about the demands of the job and what it takes. They also are in charge of hiring and conflict resolution. If you are a recent grad who didn't get the opportunity to get some formal training but think management might be the thing for you. what the special promotion of the month will be.
frankly. or Theater These jobs sound glamorous. Here's a typical day in the life of one hairdresser. who works in television: I get up at about 5:30 a. I usually don't make it home for good until about 10:30.< previous page page_13 next page > Page 13 Hairdresser or Makeup Artist for Film. contact the stations directly for the name of the hairdresser/ makeup artist on the show you're interested in. Then at about 2 I head back to the city to start working on the anchorpeople for the Channel 2 News. The best way to get started: Use your contacts to locate theatrical makeup artists in your community. and they are. D'Agostino got her job through a client who had connections at a local television station.I wash Kathie Lee's hair and blow it dry. you're set. you'll be paid for your work by the hour. Diane D'Agostino. After about 45 minutes. They're also hard work. and I'm on the set of Live with Regis &Kathie Lee by 7 or 7:30. If not. see Chapter 6. I knew someone who knew someone.. and one thing led to another. TV. she comes back from makeup and I take out the rollers and finish the hair. which is. many Broadway shows hire someone simply to show the staff how to do their own makeup.) If you can get in the door and prove yourself competent. I got into TV through the friend of a client. I started. < previous page page_13 next page > . For more information on unions. (For television. and offer to assist them free of charge. Finding working in the theater is even more difficult. We tape from 9 to 10 a. or film is a feast-or-famine proposition. then I set it on some Velcro rollers. how many people get such positions. but count on paying your dues for several years first. If you're a union member. so I'm usually out by 10:30. which is usually how it's doneyou know someone. both in TV and film. theater. Compensation and Prerequisites Doing beauty work for television.I go home and work on some private clients during the early afternoon. but for now it's okay.m. you may be able to negotiate a per-project contract. It's a pretty grueling pace. You're likely to be very busy or chronically underemployed.m. and I don't want to do it forever. Or the show may hire someone with combined hairdressing and makeup skills. Steady work can prove lucrative.. Well.
Fax resume. to name just a few. Reiki. Stick with it and good things will come. Sample Cklassified Ad #5 Salon wantsss licensed cutter/colorist. Four factors above all others are key to success in this field: Personality. aromatherapy. Some states require that massage therapists be licensed. A peaceful. working weekends Angry customers Boredom Minimal benefits Source: Procter & Gamble 1995 national survey. This ancient art of muscle manipulation is experiencing a tremendous renaissance in the stressed-out. ''Who Are the Cosmetology Students of Tomorrow?" Massage Therapist No longer does massage connote geisha girls or a red-light club. Talent. < previous page page_14 next page > . And practice makes perfect. and generally these licenses can obtained either through a traditional cosmetology school or through a specialized massage school. Location. or they can have their own private practice at home. not chattered at. shiatsu. reflexology. or a hospital. lymphatic drainage. time-crunched '90s. craniosacral. polarity. serene presence is a must. Massage therapists can be employed by a salon. in conjunction with a salon. manicurists. a day spa. a cruise ship. and massage thera pists. and rehabilitative. estheticians. Your clients want to be soothed. chiropractic. sports. a health club. Determination.< previous page page_14 next page > Page 14 What do students dislike about a cosmetology career? Poor salary Limited advancement Long hours. You have to have good hands. The area's residents must understand that massage is not only beneficial but also worth the cost. or in partnership with a medical practitioner such as a chiropractor. There are now as many types of massage as there are practitionersSwedish.
000 to $42. But the more mature you are." says Beecher." Many people freelance in order to devote time to their own photo shoots. Editorial Stylist." Compensation and Prerequisites Most states require you to obtain an instructor's license. Williams moved to New York < previous page page_15 next page > . "Shoots have taught me a completely different way of thinking about hair. develop test questions. You need to be maturemeaning that you don't need a student to be your friend as well. "To succeed as an instructor. which can involve 200 to 1. "Teaching is very consuming.< previous page School Instructor page_15 next page > Page 15 Were you particularly inspired by one of your teachers? Do you want to share what you learned and how you learned it with others? Beauty schools always need dedicated teachers. and part time as the photo shoot hairstylist or makeup artist for a local advertising agency. salaries run anywhere from $18. You can also rent space in a salon and be "your own boss. then it would be a different story. not the teacher. "In the beginning." says Matthew Williams. But teaching is about the learner." The biggest challenge facing teachers is burnout. to the level that you want your student to be better than you." says Annette Hanson. At the La' James Colleges of Hairstyling in Iowa and Illinois. A teacher can have a profound effect on a student's career. you're learning yourself. working part time in a salon. depending on experience. for instance. All student instructors are given video evaluations as well. a freelance editorial stylist. who operates Atelier Esthetique. a distributorship and postgraduate skincare facility in New York City. and use concept connectors from class to student to subject material. or Makeup Artist You can also combine jobs. give presentations.000 hours of additional time in beauty school. make lesson plans. "It's the most rewarding part of my business. You want to share what you've learned with someone else. It's really important to be a good listener. a master teacher program shows student instructors how to develop objectives for a classroom. If it were a perfect world and everybody came in on time and had no problems. and of course you should like to learn yourself. The perspective in a photograph is totally different from that of a real-life hairstyle." says La' James's Cindy Beecher. Nail Tech.000. Teachers receive a salary. [the more] you learn not to let those things bother you or control your day. "you need to be focused.
John Sahag. and Kevyn Aucoinmake tens of thousands of dollars per project. advertising work pays more than editorial.< previous page page_16 next page > Page 16 with no job and not much photo shoot experience. < previous page page_16 next page > . until you get hired you can't build a portfolio! So I Just started 'testing' [shooting on his own. "It doesn't pay as well." Makeup artist Pamela Taylor got started doing editorial work on her own. so she began networking with photographers. volunteer to assistant the big editorial names in your region. I was mesmerized. On the steps there was a shoot going on. Once we got enough photos. "You have to study the fashion magazines and fashion history and know what the shoot is about. editor. and I asked the makeup artist. but I find it to be a great way to keep current. because the photographer." she says. Pintile adds that a photo shoot requires that you be a good collaborator. but Arizona is seeing an increasing number of photo shoot crews. Generally speaking. but most editors or agencies won't consider hiring you until you have a portfolio. The thing is. So I called NBC and ABC and was able to assist two top makeup people in the TV industry for a number of years. If you really want to get your foot in the door. Compensation and Prerequisites The biggest names in the hairdressing fieldsuch as Frederic Fekkai. and model all put forth opinions before agreeing on a concept and its execution. makeup artist. and we went to the Museum of Natural History. Los Angeles. location is everything: New York. It may not always be lucrative. Laura Mercier. It's great exposure and education. She suggests that if you want to work exclusively in editorial. They are the exception. Taylor grew bored with commercial photo shoots. Do some advance thinking about the concept. in addition to testing and building your portfolio. "I wanted to work in magazines. and Miami are three hot spots. 'How did you start doing this?' She told me that you just have to meet people." Nail tech Roxana Pintile finds editorial work much more creative than salon work. fashion stylist. but you do create a name for yourself by doing shoots." After setting up her own makeup concession in a salon as well. I could bring my book around and show work that was representative of my talents. "One day I came into New York City with a friend of mine. and Orlando Pitasand the hottest makeup artistsLinda Mason. on his dime] with a photographer who wanted to do the same thingwe just wanted pictures for our respective portfolios.
vocational/technical school. Educational Trends A set number of school hoursthe number varies by stateare required before you can take a state board test to become a licensed cosmetologist.) Once you've passed your state boards. which identifies entry-level cosmetology skills standards that are accepted and supported by all segments of the industry. Pennsylvania. the states of Alabama. Also Color Assistant. or they may cost your salon owner several hundred dollars. or postsecondary public or private school. They may be product-specific or generic. community college. To obtain these credits. There has been a move afoot in the beauty industry in the '90s to establish universal national skills standards. Such classes may be free.< previous page page_17 next page > Page 17 Sample Classsified Ad #6 HairstylistPosition available for colorist w/foil proficiency to take over large follow ing. Apprenticeships are usually nonpaid. but change is slow. the national skills standards will establish credibility for the industry and provide government understanding of the continuing need for licensure. A motivational speaker may address < previous page page_17 next page > . If adopted. Continuing education is available for a variety of specialties (not just hairdressing) and through a variety of sources. All inquiries confidential. others use the exam established by the National-Interstate Council of State Cosmetology Boards. Regardless. Many smart salon owners require their staff members to participate in continuing education classes. These classes are usually held either at the salon or at a local distributorship on Sundays and Mondays (typically off days for salons) and are often taught by distributor or manufacturer education teams. part-time positions in a professional salon. you must enroll in a licensed high school. Some states develop and administer their own state board exams. Most salons that accept newly licensed beauty-school graduates enter them in de facto apprenticeship programs that teach new graduates everything about the operation long before they are permitted to pick up a pair of shears. and Rhode Island require you to hold an apprenticeship (the length varies by state) before you can take the exam. Kansas. Maine. your education has only just begun. they are to be taken seriously if you want to stay currentwhich is key to any cosmetologist's success. (The CAF is currently developing a National Skills Standards Program. In addition to these requirements.
that a number of states require you to complete a continuing education classes before you can renew your cosmetology license. or you may attend specific trade shows to broaden your knowledge. What did you like about your former cosmetology career? Helping people looking their best Working with customers Pride in the work Ability to be creative Source: Procter & Gamble 1996 national survey. employers are happy to pick up all or part of the cost. Usually. Bear in mind. Consult with your employer to find out how to best go about this.< previous page page_18 next page > Page 18 you and your fellow staff members. too. "Why Do Stylists Leave the Salon Industry?" 51% 48% 39% 28% < previous page page_18 next page > .
told me to forget everything I'd learned in school. I come from a family of hairdressers. In a salon environment. They train everyone from scratch there. this could be a real career that pays the billsunlike dancing. who later founded the company American Crew. and the work I do is done entirely with the camera in mind. It was only after I started a part-time receptionist job at a SuperCuts that I thought. Insider's Take on the Future Hairdressers need to take a good long look at the industry and themselves and decide who they want to be. The owner. but I went to school to be a dancer. not real life. So I went to beauty school in Michigan and after graduating. I'm incredibly influenced by fashion. your education is only beginning.< previous page page_19 next page > Page 19 Who: What: Where: How long: Matthew Williams Hairdresser for magazine photo shoots New York City Four years Insider's Advice You've got to know what's going to make you happy and just go for it. and it gave me the confidence to move to New York on my own. David Raccuglia. It was a great experience. < previous page page_19 next page > . Gee. Anyone who wants a career in the beauty industry needs to know that once you graduate from school. you work more closely with everyday people. I love the creative part of photo shoots. and I got a job at Art + Science Salon in Chicago. Editorial hair is more about fantasy and inspiration. I think it's what I do best. without a steady job.
private schools graduate. and those schools charge tuition. public postsecondary (community college) school. about 65 percent of their students. To practice cosmetology. you'd like to get your cosmetology license and begin a career in the beauty industry. former president of Milady Publishing and now executive director of the National Cosmetology Association (NCA). and high schools graduate < previous page page_21 next page > . from schools across the country. By now you've decided that yes. high school programs usually run two to three years and are free to students. you need to complete a certain number of class hours. (The number of required class hours varies by state. You'll also find descriptions of training couses. as well as tuition costs. To take the state boards.< previous page page_21 next page > Page 21 Chapter 2 All about Trainings In this chapter you'll learn why training is important and how to decide what kind of training is right for you. on average. Postsecondary vocational/technical schools and community colleges graduate between 40 and 50 percent. public technical/vocational school. The postsecondary curricula generally take nine months to a year to complete. and you'll get hints on how to succeed in the prgram of your choice.) You can take courses in cosmetology at the public high school. you are by law required to pass a state board examination to gain a license. or private postsecondary level. According to Gordon Miller.
if any. management. the student comes in and fills out an application. so you won't get as much. "There are many signs and clues that can tip you off about whether or not a school can provide you with the best education possible. An estimated 50 percent or more of those students participate in VICA programs. Graham Webb will not accept students who only fill out a form. (That figure does not indicate that cosmetology students don't graduate from high school." If you decide to start your training at the postsecondary private school level. the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America. which stress business. VICA. many high schools don't have clinics. If you're interested in finding which schools in your area offer VICA programs. call (703) 777-8810. reports that enrollment in its high school cosmetology programs was 18. your choices are manythere are more than 1. They have more invested in it.) Since public schools don't charge tuition. available to students. suggests that you look before you leap into signing up. Additionally. president of the renowned Pittsburgh Beauty Academy. see Chapter 4. Graham Webb has a twopart application process.) Miller attributes the fluctuating graduation rates mostly to motivation: "Students who pay money to attend a private institution are motivated to get the most out of their money. or training salons. but some states do require that students complete their cosmetology education at the postsecondary level before they can take the state board exams. First. (Accreditation is important because it means that the school is eligible for Title IV funding from the federal Department of Education. or to get a loan to cover it. it means that 20 percent of students complete the entire cosmetology curriculum. hands-on experience. DeConciliis. says that the application process is critical in determining whether a student will succeed not only in school but also in the salon world. Then he or she tours the school and sits in on a class. < previous page page_22 next page > . financial aid isn't an issue. They've gone to the trouble to spend it.< previous page page_22 next page > Page 22 about 20 percent. If you are a high school graduate and want to enter a postsecondary school. Rather." he notes. president of the Graham Webb International Academy of Hair. and people skills beyond basic cutting and styling techniques. Arthur B.767 for the 199697 school year. Applying to and Getting into Beauty school Robbie Rich. For more information.000 accredited private cosmetology programs across the country.
Graham Webb's is about 15 percent.' then gave it a go in school and didn't like it. take heart: The monthly payments are not highthey just continue for a long time. play it up during your application interview. One big question: How much tuition is too much? High tuition can cause headaches. Why? Rich says that the national withdrawal rate from secondary schools (college or proprietary) is about 33 percent. If you've been through college or have a stable work history. if you do want to go to a relatively expensive school and you qualify for a loan. The bottom line: Upfront cost is an important consideration. A stable work history indicates that you're not likely to become a statistic. especially if the school you want to go to isn't accreditedand therefore doesn't participate in any Title IV funding programs with the Department of Education. Exposure is very important. There is nothing an admissions officer likes to see as much as stability. The beauty industry can be very rewarding for people who consider themselves artistic but don't have an outlet for their creativity. Graham Webb looks for students who have spent time in a salon. show your creative side. "I can't think of anyone who came to us saying 'I love the salon environment." says Rich. working as a receptionist or shampoo assistant or in some support role. And it's worth noting that most people drop out because of a familyrelated issue. "We require a high school diploma or a GED because statistics have told us that people who don't have those things don't succeed in the beauty industry. but not as important as going to a good school. < previous page page_23 next page > . In the application.< previous page page_23 next page > Page 23 The application provides critical information. The salon lets them have some creative freedomwithout becoming starving artists. However." Rich says.
"It's no secret that salons evaluate the quality of a cosmetology school in much the same way that any other business would evaluate the quality of the university a job applicant graduated from. an educator and member of the creative team at Graham Webb International Hair Academy in Arlington.< previous page page_24 next page > Page 24 School Curricula Here's the curriculum for the 1. which takes slightly longer to complete (14½to 16 months). Ask upscale salons in your area for recommendations. what the people are like. held Tuesday through Saturday. "If they have a relationship with the school. that tells you right off that people regard the school well. or don't say nice things about it. Pittsburgh < previous page page_24 next page > . which has a network of more than 2.to 10-month program in which the student attends school all day from Tuesday through Saturday. Finding the School for You Check the Yellow Pages for a listing of schools in your area." says DeConciliis. you know the school hasn't done a good job training its students. VA.500-hour cosmetology course of study at Chicagobased Pivot Point International. If they've never heard of it.000 member schools and graduate centers in 38 countries: Scientific Approach to Hair Sculpture (Ladies' and Men's) Scientific Approach to Perm Design Scientific Approach to Hair Design Salon Prep I Systematic Approach to Color Salon Prep II Systematic Approach to Beauty Care (three weeks) and Scientific Approach to Hair DesignLong Hair (one week) Salon Prep III Salon Evaluation (Final Testing) Final Prep Pivot Point offers two attendance options: A 9." says Sarah Price. Check the atmosphere. Visit the school." says DeConciliis. Look for cleanliness and organization. "Check it out. and an evening program. check the reputation of the school by contacting at least ten local salons and asking them for their opinion of the school. And before you go any further.
Although hands-on experience is key to any cosmetologist's success." says DeConciliis. "Students should know far enough in advance what to expectwhat's going to be taught a certain week. And look for a school that offers general business or career development classvaluable information for selling and marketing the techniques that you're learning about." advises DeConciliis. College students do it all the timewhy shouldn't you? Spending some real class time at a school can give you a good idea of what your days would be like. says Graham Webb's Sarah Price. warts and all. but finding out why one succeeds where the other fails is what it's all about. ''A school should make available to youbecause it's not an unusual request and because by law they have to keep trackinformation such as the number of people who have attended the school. Ask questions.< previous page page_25 next page > Page 25 Beauty Academy even has a room devoted to outstanding graduates. he maintains. "Ask the school about its quality standards by inquiring about attendance requirements and academic performance requirements. This is called auditing. not just about collecting tuition. Find out how many hours take place in a classroom and how many in a clinic (a working salon environment). and those who didn't. it will reveal not only what you will learn but also how it will be taught to you. This will tell you how serious the school is about the education of its students. Other questions: Are fees billed separate from tuition? What are the fees? What's the refund policy? And how easy is it to transfer to another school? "Most cosmetology schools want to ensure their students a successful living. How many books does the school give you? Are they in good shape or are they marked up and dog-eared? Sit in for a day or a week. those who passed the state boards. "Stylist A and stylist B may be equal in talent. Scrutinize the curriculum. This is crucial. the number of people who have graduated." Check out its resources. "How can you guarantee a proper education unless it's written in stone?" he asks. what materials to have ready. what the students are are like. and what the school is like. some schools make the mistake of rush- < previous page page_25 next page > . "I'd want to see course outlines and schedules. as well as an information sheet that describes the teaching staff's 155 years of combined experience." Some schools." emphasizes DeConciliis. change class schedules on a daily basis.
"At PBA.< previous page page_26 next page > Page 26 ing students onto the floor too soon. If you are interested in practicing cutting-edge techniques. I've got to do 50 heads of hair. this isn't usually an issue. and Reconditioning Scalp Treatments and Scalp Massage Structure of the Hair and Skin Hair Design (775 hours) Haircutting Implements Principles Elevation New Trends Wigs and Hairpieces Thermal Styling < previous page page_26 next page > . At the private school level. Instead. and they make better use of their time. This is an absolute must. Remember that in this case. VA: Hair and Scalp (150 hours) Bacteriology and Sanitation Hair and Scalp Care Products Understanding the pH Systems Cleansing. School Curricula Here's an itemized overview of the 1. this clientele may not provide you with the best opportunity to do so. size doesn't matter. but public schools tend to attract clients who are elderly or on fixed incomes. You can get a good education from a big school or a small one. particularly when you realize that the facials you learned about in Week 2 aren't as fresh in your mind as they once were. Arlington.500-hour cosmetology course offered by the Graham Webb International Academy of Hair." Examine the school's clientele. Look for a school that offers mock state board exams. "I don't want students go out on the floor thinking. Then they're more appreciative when they return to the classroom. look for a program that emphasizes both theory and practical instruction for the bulk of the required hours. we rotate them in and out of the work area. and true salon work only at the end of the training. and it works: sometimes you get students who thought they knew it all in the classroom but who come back from the floor very humbled. and maybe the 51st will turn out right. Conditioning." says DeConciliis.
< previous page page_27 next page > Page 27 Hairstyling Implements Shapings Finger Waves Pin Curls Rollers Design Sets Chemical Reformation (175 hours) Permanent Waving Chemical Relaxing Hair Color (200 hours) Tinting Law of Color Rinses Lightening Skin Theory (30 hours) Skin Care Facial Skin Care Product Knowledge Makeup Hair Removal Nails (25 hours) Manicuring Nail Sculpturing Nailcare Product Knowledge Professionalism (25 hours) personal Development Communication Skills Attitudes State Law State Board Exams Professionalism Retailing Salon Management .
The Receptionist Career Development (interviewing and resume writing) Exams (35 hours) Unassigned (85 hours) Used to supplement any of the above < previous page page_27 next page > .
and how they book clients. you're hurting yourself. "Keep a photography file of your finished work as well as before-and-after pictures." says Price. Cindy Beecher of La' James Colleges of Hairstyling in Iowa and Illinois recommends working on your dependability. many salons look for client communication and people skills. skills." recommends Price. what their customer service is like. Another issue for many students is the unwillingness to compete with each other (this seems to be most pronounced in younger students). Use the resources your school offers you. And get as much hands-on experience as possible. If your school offers courses in communication.< previous page page_28 next page > Page 28 Maximizing Your School Experience Even though you'll be hard at work studying. This is also something that looks great on your resume. "Before analyzing your technical skills. "Employers will look at that as real in-salon experience. We're not just talking hours logged in the school's salon. any time you interrupt the process. you can focus your direction. Investigate any internship. not about whether or not your friend's feelings will be hurt if you do better on the practical than he or she does. Tell yourself that this is your career. and it's about skills. This can be used in conjunction with a resume to note your accomplishments. apprenticeship. or assistantship programs your school may offer that enable you to get course credit for in-salon work." says Rich. and special abilities." she says. by all means take them." Build the habits of a good employee. < previous page page_28 next page > . how their retail departments are set up. as well as note that you went the extra mile. Setting challenging yet achievable goals for yourself while in school is essential to help you maintain your career focus. Go on field trips to different salons and day spas to see how they operate. "If you get into the practice of being tardy or missing a day a week. By thinking ahead and deciding what kind of salon you want to work in. In a career in which knowledge constantly builds on itself. you'll have problems. "This is training camp for work. it's still important to consider what you will need to do upon graduation.
The state board requires 600 hours of training: Bacteriology Sterilization Sanitation Personal Hygiene Public Hygiene Nebraska Statutes Rules and Regulations Ethics Business Management Histology of Skin Cells Tissues Structure of Skin Glands Condition and Disorders of Skin Function of Skin Chemistry Massage Electrical and Apparatus or Appliances Bacteriology Makeup Application Psychology of Color Aromatherapy Applied Proceduresfacials. Omaha. you can apply to take the state board exam. of organizations that administer cosmetology exams. license fees. makeup and hair removalaccount for 22 hours of the program. NE. by state. body treatments. and other questions you may have. < previous page page_29 next page > . State Boards Once you've graduated from beauty school and met the minimum state requirements. minimum age requirements. licensing reciprocity with other states.< previous page page_29 next page > Page 29 School Curricula Here is the curriculum for the esthetics program at the Capitol School of Esthetics. Contact them for information about the frequency and cost of exams. Also contact them for further information on becoming a licensed board examiner in your state. the number of applicants who passed the exam in the past year and the number who failed. Below is a listing.
AZ 85007 (602) 784-4539 Arkansas Arkansas Board of Cosmetology 101 East Capitol. Box 34308 Hartford.O.< previous page Alabama Alabama Board of Cosmetology 1000-A Interstate Park Drive Montgomery. CT 06134-0308 (860) 509-7569 < previous page page_30 next page > . AR 72201 (501) 682-2168 California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology P.. AK 99811-0806 (907) 586-7640 Arizona State Board of Cosmetology Sue Sansom. Box 110806 Juneau. Box 944226 Sacramento.O. CA 94244-2260 (916) 327-6250 FAX: (916) 445-8893 Colorado page_30 next page > Page 30 State of Colorado Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists 1560 Broadway. Executive Director 1645 West Jefferson. MS #12APP P.of Commerce and Economic Development Div. Suite 125 Phoenix. Suite 1340 Denver. Suite 108 Little Rock.O. AL 36130 (334) 270-9959 FAX: (334) 270-9959 Alaska Dept. of Occupational Licensing P. CO 80202 (303) 866-2481 Connecticut Department of Public Health Division of Health Systems Regulation 410 Capitol Ave.
Tallahassee. Springfield. HI 96801 (808) 548-4100 Idaho State of Idaho Dept. FL 32399 (904) 488-5702 Georgia Secretary of State/Examining Boards Division 166 Pryor St. Dover. GA 30303-3465 (404) 657-3907 Hawaii State of Hawaii Professional and Vocational Licensing Division Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs P. 3rd Fl. DE 19903 (302) 736-4796 FAX: (302) 739-2711 Florida Department of Business and Progressional Regulation 1940 North Monroe St. ID 83705-2598 (208) 334-3233 Illinois Illinois Department of Professional Regulation 320 West Washington St. Box 3469 Honolulu. IL 62786 (217) 785-7729 Indiana Indiana Professional Licensing Agency 302 West Washington. O'Neill Bldg. Box #1401.< previous page Delaware page_31 next page > Page 31 State of Delaware Board of Cosmetology and Barbering P.O. SW Atlanta.O. IN 46204-2246 (317) 232-2980 FAX: (317) 232-2312 < previous page page_31 next page > . of Self-Governing Agencies Bureau of Occupational Licenses 417 Bank Drive #312 Boise. Suite E034 Indianapolis.
Frankfort. KS 66617 (913) 296-3155 FAX: (913) 296-3002 Kentucky State Board of Hairdressers and Cosmetologists 314 West Second St. ME 04333-0035 (207) 624-8632 Maryland Department of Labor. IA50319 (515) 281-4422 Kansas Kansas State Board of Cosmetology 2708 NW Topeka Blvd. and Regulation Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing State Board of Cosmetologists 501 St Paul Place Baltimore. KY 40601 (502) 564-4262 Louisiana State Board of Cosmetology 11622 Sunbelt Ct Baton Rouge.< previous page Iowa Iowa Department of Public Health 321 Lucas State Office Bldg. MD 21202-2272 (410) 333-6320 < previous page page_32 next page > . Licensing. Des Moines. Topeka. LA 70809 (504) 756-3404 Maine page_32 next page > Page 32 Department of Professional and Financial Regulation Licensing and Registration Division 35 State House Station Augusta.
Box 30018 Lansing. MN 55101 (612) 296-4026 Mississippi Mississippi State Board of Cosmetology 1808-1808 North State St P.< previous page Massachusetts Commonwealth of Massachusetts Division of Registration Leverette Laltonstall Bldg. Government Ctr.. 100 Cambridge St Boston.O.O. Box 200513 Helena. MT 59620-0513 (406) 444-3095 < previous page page_33 next page > . MS 39296-5689 (601) 354-6623 FAX: (601) 354-7176 Missouri Missouri State Board of Cosmetology P. MO 65102 (573) 751-2000 Montana Montana State Board of Cosmetology 11 North Jackson P. Box 55689 Jackson. MI 48909 (517) 335-1686 Minnesota Minnesota Department of Commerce Licensing Unit 133 East 7th St St Paul. MA 02202 (617) 727-9942 Michigan page_33 next page > Page 33 State of Michigan Department of Consumer Affairs and Industry Services P. Box 1062 Jefferson City.O.O.
Albany..NV89104 (702) 486-6542 New Hampshire Health and Human Services Building Hazen Dr. NJ 07101 (201) 504-6400 New Mexico New Mexico Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists Regulation and Licensing Department P..< previous page Nebraska page_34 next page > Page 34 Nebraska Board of Cosmetology Examiners Credential Division Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Regulation and Licensure P.O. NH 03301 (603) 271-3608 New Jersey NJ. State Board of Cosmetology and Hairstyling 124 Halsey St. Box 94986 Lincoln. Concord. NC 27609 (919) 850-2793 < previous page page_34 next page > . Newark. NY 12208-3490 (518) 473-2731 North Carolina State Board of Cosmetic Art 1110 Navaho Dr. Suite 255 LasVegas. 6th Fl. Box 25101 Santa Fe.O. Raleigh. NM 87504 (505) 827-7550 New York New York Department of State Division of Licensing Services 84 Holland Ave. NE 68509 (402)471-2117 FAX: (402) 471-3577 Nevada State Board of Cosmetology 1785 East Sahara Ave.
O. ext. ext 4300. 4304) Pennsylvania Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs Department of State State Board of Cosmetology P. exam. PA 17105-2649 (717) 783-7130 FAX: (717) 787-7769 Rhode Island State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations Department of Health Cannon Building Three Capitol Hill Providence. OK 73106 (405) 521-2441 Oregon page_35 next page > Page 35 Oregon Health Division Licensing Programs 700 Summer St NE.. OR 97310 (503)378-2114 (information. ext.< previous page North Dakota North Dakota State Board of Cosmetology P. Box 2177 Bismarck. Suite 1530 Oklahoma City.O. Suite 100 Salem. OH 43207-4041 (614) 466-3834 Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology 2200 North Claussen Blvd. Box 2649 Harrisburg. licensing. 4307. ND 58502 (701) 223-9800 Ohio State Board of Cosmetology 101 Southland Mall Columbus. RI 02908-5097 (401) 277-2511 or (401) 277-2827 < previous page page_35 next page > .
Box 45805 Salt Lake City. SD 57501-5070 (605) 773-6193 Tennessee Tennessee Board of Cosmetology 500 James Robertson Pkwy.O. TX 78755-0700 (512) 454-4674 Utah Utah State Board of Cosmetology/Barbers Division of Occupation and Professional Licensing Heber M. Suite 205 Columbia.< previous page South Carolina State Board of Cosmetology Landmark Dr. VA 232304917 (804) 367-8509 < previous page page_36 next page > .. SC 29204 (803) 734-9660 South Dakota Department of Commerce and Regulation Cosmetology Commission 500 East Capitol Pierre.O. Montpelier. TN 37243-1147 (615)741-2515 Texas Texas Cosmetology Commission 5717 Balcones Dr. Department of Commerce 2600 West Broad St Richmond. P. 160 East 300 South. VT 05609-1101 (802) 828-2363 Virginia page_36 next page > Page 36 Commonwealth of Virginia. Nashville. UT 84145-0805 (801) 530-6536 Vermont Vermont Board of Cosmetology Pavillion Office Bldg. Box 26700 Austin. P. Wells Bldg.
but the test is generally divided into two parts: a written segment and a practical. (Interestingly. WY 82002 (307) 777-3534 FAX: (307) 777-5700 Taking the State Board Test The content of the state board exam varies by state. and cosmetology instructor exams. or hands-on. NIC didn't develop a practical national test until 1990. esthetics. Suite 7 Charleston. If you're in a state that offers the NIC exam. a testing organization.< previous page Washington page_37 next page > Page 37 Washington Cosmetology. nails.) < previous page page_37 next page > . WI 53708-8935 (605) 266-1630 Wyoming Wyoming Board of Cosmetology 26th & House Ave. Box 9026 Olympia. We offer cosmetology.. WV 25302 (304) 558-2924 FAX: (304) 558-3450 Wisconsin Department of Regulation of Licensing P. Box 8935 Madison. and Manicuring Advisory Board P. one. electrology. barbering." says Mary Healy. WA 98504 (360) 586-6387 FAX: (360) 664-2550 West Virginia State Board of Barbers and Cosmetologists 1716 Pennsylvania Ave. Some 39 states use the standardized test developed by the National Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology. Barbering. ''States sign up with us and test in whatever category of licensing they have.O. One state agency can transfer your raw scores to another state and know the information is correct and the standards are identical.O. reciprocitythe issue of whether your cosmetology license is transferable to another state if you relocateis made significantly easier. NIC's assistant coordinator of testing. Suite 302 Cheyenne.
or workers with a professional testing agency. did the student measure whether the hair on both sides was even? You'll do well on each aspect of the exam if you received a good education from a reputable school have good organizational skillsknow where to start.. we asked them to rank it in importance on a scale of one to five. But if we analyzed the results further. So we make sure to test the skill. but not to get too specific on the types of fingerwaves. you'll do much better. whether they would require an employee to be able to do certain tasks in a salon. state-contracted employees. "People who can take a paragraph out of a textbook and apply it to what they want to do in the salon are at an advantage. If they answered yes to an item. "We began a process in 1995 that we just finished." know the material in Milady's Standard Textbook of Cosmetology try to relax < previous page page_38 next page > . Getting Ready for the Exam A written exam basically has a right and a wrong answer. and thus more nerve-wracking. what the next step is. are good at problem-solving." says Healy." says Healy. they are certified by the state and are given specific task items to measurei. One big change for 1998 is that the name of the nails test has been changed from "manicurist" to "nail technician. Usually. think about the client during the practical. "It's important to do this kind of analysis because an item like fingerwaving overall had a very low response. "If you imagine a real client in your chair during the exam. The judges of the practical exam are usually either state employees." recalls Healy. etc." and the number of questions has risen from 65 to 100. we could see it's in very strong demand in urban salonsjust not elsewhere.e." says Healy. "Much of what is evaluated has to do with the client's experience. "We sent out a series of surveys on a random basis and asked salon owners to go down a list and tell us whether they did certain tasks in the salon or not. but a practical exam is a little more subjective. reflecting the increasing sophistication of nail product technology.< previous page page_38 next page > Page 38 Tests evolve over time too. and then we compiled those results and had some subject matter experts come in and analyze the data. called job delineation or task analysis.
it was three hours' driving a day. I wanted to come back to the States. "Come live down here and work with me. If someone wanted to get into this industry now. and then my friends started asking me to do theirs. but it was definitely worth it. a friend of mine who lived in Mexico said." so I did for a while. I lived in Phoenix and went to Allure Beauty School in Tucson. I'd say. < previous page page_39 next page > . "Do you want a job or a career?" Because if you just want a job. We've taken nails out of the back of the salon or barber shop and given them their due. AZ Ten years Insider's Advice I started doing my own nails. get my license. and start doing this for my career. I decided that I really liked doing nails. so I did.< previous page page_39 next page > Page 39 Who: What: Where: How long: Nilsene Privette Nail technician Rowena's Phoenix. Insider's Take on the Future The professionalism of nail technicians and the quality of the products have both improved. but if you want a careerif you want to travel and meet people and learn things at trade shows and seminars and maybe even competethen this is a great place to be. you can do something easier. Finally.
Accredited facilities are eligible for Title IV fundinga program of grants and loans administered by the U. The schools are listed in alphabetical order within each state. All profiles include addresses and phone numbers. so you can contact each school directly to get more information about the programs that interest you. a school must meet NACCAS prerequisites. VA.< previous page page_41 next page > Page 41 Chapter 3 Directory of Cosmetology Training Programs This chapter contains a comprehensive list of proprietary cosmetology schools across the country.S. Department of Education. you've got your pick of licensing facilitiesthere are several thousand throughout the country. You'll also find a list of the courses offered by each school. To be accredited. < previous page page_41 next page > . The following is a list of institutions accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences (NACCAS) in Arlington. If you want to go to beauty school.
< previous page Alabama Gaither & Company Beauty School 414 East Willow St. AL 35950 (205) 891-0435 Basic Cosmetology Teacher Training Alaska New Concepts Beauty School 3677 College Rd. 431 Albertville. AZ 85716 (602) 327-6544 Cosmetology Cosmetology II Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician Nail Technician Allure Career College of Beauty 7730 East McDowell Rd. Scottsboro. AL 35768 (205) 259-1001 Basic Cosmetology Cosmetology/Teacher Training Combination The Master's Institute of Cosmetology 8215 Stephanie Dr. AK 99709 (907) 452-4684 Hairdressing Teacher Training Cosmetician Arizona Allure Career College of Beauty 3210 East Speedway Tucson. Fairbanks. Huntsville. AZ 85257 (602) 949-7557 Cosmetology Cosmetology II Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician Nail Technician page_42 next page > Page 42 . AL 35802 (205) 881-8587 Basic Cosmetology Cosmetology-Teacher Training Combination Teacher Training Advanced Cosmetology Manicuring New Wave Beauty School 7020 Albertville Shopping Center Hwy. Scottsdale.
AZ 85705 (602) 888-0170 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Nail Technician Artistic Beauty School 4533 West Glendale Ave. AZ 85251 (602) 994-4222 < previous page page_42 next page > . Yuma.Arizona Academy of Beauty 6015 East Broadway Tucson. Glendale. AZ 85711 (602) 745-6247 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Nail Technician Arizona Academy of Beauty 4046 North Oracle Rd. AZ 85364 (520) 344-2488 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Nail Technician Carlos Valenzuela Academy 7201 East Camelback. Suite 100 Scottsdale. AZ 85301 (602) 939-8364 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician Manicuring Instructor Nail Technician Beebe's Academy of Beauty Culture 184 West 25th St. Tucson.
< previous page Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Nail Technology Carsten Institute of Hair & Beauty 3345 South Rural Rd. Cottonwood. AZ 85282 (602) 491-0449 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician Esthetician Instructor Charles of Italy Beauty College 2350 Miracle Mile Rd. Lake Havasu City. AZ 86326 (602) 634-3608 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician Nail Technician College of Beauty Arts & Sciences-Prescott 410 West Goodwin Prescott. AZ 86301 (602) 778-5064 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician Nail Technician page_43 next page > Page 43 . #354 Bullhead City. Tempe. AZ 86403 (602) 453-6666 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Esthetics Nail Technician College of Beauty Arts & Sciences-Cottonwood 1229 East Cherry St. AZ 86442 (520) 763-6666 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician Nail Technology Nail Technician Charles of Italy Beauty College 1987McCulloch Blvd.
Suite 2 Tempe. Suite 21 Mesa. AZ 85282 (602) 820-9422 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Instructor Nail Technician Maricopa Beauty College 515 West Western Ave. AZ 85323 (602) 932-4414 Cosmetology Cosmetology II with an Aesthetics Specialty Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician < previous page page_43 next page > . Avondale. AZ 85210 (602) 897-1688 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Nail Technician International Academy of Hair Design 4415 South Rural Rd. Sierra Vista. AZ 86004 (602) 774-7146 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician Nail Technician DeVoe College of Beauty 750 East Barstow Dr..College of Beauty Arts & Sciences-Flagstaff 1790 Route 66 Flagstaff. AZ 85635 (520)458-8660 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Nail Technician Earl's Academy of Beauty 2111 South Alma School Rd..
Little Rock. AR 72901 (501) 783-3301 Cosmetology Manicuring Instructor Training page_44 next page > Page 44 . AR 71923 (501) 624-8738 Barbering Cosmetology Junior Teacher Manicuring Arkansas Beauty School 5108 Baseline Rd. Fort Smith. Glendale.. AR 71923 (501) 246-6726 Barbering Cosmetology Junior Teacher Manicuring Arkadelphia Beauty College 3310 Central Ave. AZ 85546 (520) 428-0331 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician Nail Technician Arkansas Arkadelphia Beauty College 2708 Pine St. AR 72209 (501) 562-5673 Cosmetology Manicuring Instructor Arkansas Continental Beauty College 2000 North B St. Safford. Suite C Hot Springs. AZ 85304 (602) 939-8138 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Nail Technician Safford College of Beauty 1550 Thatcher Blvd. Arkadelphia.< previous page Nail Technician Brush Up Phoenix Academy of Beauty-Glendale 10820 North 43rd Ave.
AR 72076 (501) 982-8987 Cosmetology Esthetician Teacher Manicuring Bee-Jay's Hairstyling Academy 1907 Hinson Loop Little Rock. Blytheville. Batesville. AR 72501 (501) 793-3898 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Bizzell's Beauty School 1007 Oak St. Jacksonville. Conway. AR 72315 (501) 763-4012 Cosmetology < previous page page_44 next page > . AR 72032 (501) 329-8303 Cosmetology Manicuring Junior Teacher Blytheville Academy of Cosmetology 224 West Main St. AR 72212 (501) 224-2442 Cosmetology Electrology Esthetician Junior Teacher Manicuring Bee-Jay's Hairstyling Academy 130 East Main St.Arthur's Beauty College 2600 John Harden Dr.
AR 72114 (501) 758-2800 Cosmetology Manicuring Junior Teacher Leon's Hair Training Academy 109 West Emma Springdale. AR 71601 (501) 534-7609 Cosmetology Junior Teacher Eaton Beauty Stylist College. AR 71901 (501) 624-9862 Cosmetology Junior Teacher Manicuring Lee's School of Cosmetology 2700 West Pershing Blvd. Little Rock. Inc. AR 72201 (501) 375-0211 Cosmetology Instructor Fayetteville Beauty College 1200 North College Ave. 814 West Seventh St. AR 72764 (501) 756-6060 Cosmetology Junior Teacher Marcel Royale Beauty Academy 2004 South Eighth St.< previous page Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Deluxe Beauty School 1609 West 26th Pine Bluff. AR 72756 (501) 636-7800 Cosmetology Junior Teacher Manicuring page_45 next page > Page 45 . Fayetteville. Rogers. North Little Rock. Hot Springs. AR 72701 (501) 442-5181 Cosmetology Manicuring Cosmetology Instructor Hot Springs Beauty College 634 Malvern Ave.
AR 72761 (501) 524-9559 Cosmetology Professional Beauty College 181 Hwy. Olive Siloam Springs. AR 71701 (501) 836-5481 Cosmetology Junior Teacher Manicuring Searcy Beauty College 1004 South Main Searcy.Marsha Kay Beauty College 408 Hwy. AR 72143 < previous page page_45 next page > . 81 South Monticello. Fort Smith. AR 71655 (501) 367-7759 Cosmetology Junior Teacher Professional Cosmetology Education Center 115 Southeast Washington Camden. Home. 201 North Mt. AR 72901 (501) 782-5059 Cosmetology Manicuring Esthetician Teacher NW Arkansas College of Cosmetology 821 South Mt. AR 72653 (501) 425-7575 Cosmetology Mellie's Beauty College 311 South 16th St.
Alameda. Turlock. 2318 Central Ave. Inc. CA 94501 (510) 523-1050 Cosmetology Cosmetician Esthetician Teacher Training Cosmetology/Barbering Crossover Manicuring/Nail Care Alhambra Beauty College 200 West Main St. CA 95380 (209) 632-2233 Cosmetology Esthetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Alameda Beauty College. Burbank. Alhambra.< previous page (501) 268-6300 Cosmetology Junior Teacher Manicuring Southern Institute of Cosmetology 103 South Avalon West Memphis. CA 91802 (818) 282-6433 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Ambassador Beauty College 2107 North Glenoaks Blvd. CA 91504 (818) 841-8841 Cosmetology Brush Up Teacher Training page_46 next page > Page 46 . AR 72301 (501) 735-2800 Cosmetology Manicuring California Adrian's Beauty College of Turlock 2253 Geer Rd.
CA 92050 (619) 474-6607 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Bjorn's Hairstyling Academy 96 Springstowne Center Rd. CA 95354 (209) 524-5184 < previous page page_46 next page > . CA 92683 (714) 891-0508 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Avance Beauty College 750 Beyer Way. Bellflower. National City.American Beauty College 16811 Bellflower Blvd. CA 90706 (310) 866-0728 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cosmetology/Barbering Crossover Manicuring/Nail Care Asian American International Beauty College 7871 Westminster Blvd. Vallejo. Suite B-D San Diego. CA 94591 (707) 552-0333 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care California Beauty College 1115 Fifteenth St. Modesto. Westminster. CA 92154 (619) 575-1511 Cosmetology Bay Vista College of Beauty 1520 Plaza Blvd.
CA 92801 (714) 776-8400 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Colleen O'Hara's Beauty Academy 102 North Glassell St. Seal Beach. Manchester Inglewood. CA 90740 (310) 431-1366 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Career Academy of Beauty 663 North Euclid Anaheim. Orange. CA 92115 (619) 286-2872 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Career Academy of Beauty 12375 Seal Beach Blvd. San Jose. CA 95050 (408) 247-2200 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care California Hair Design Academy 5315 El Cajon Blvd. Inc. Santa Clara. CA 90301 (310) 677-1105 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Brush Up page_47 next page > Page 47 . CA 92666 (714) 633-5950 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Contempo School of Beauty 316 E.< previous page Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care California Cosmetology College. San Diego. 955 Monroe St.
La Puente. CA 94401 (415) 342-5703 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Elegante Beauty College 24741 Alessandro Blvd. Moreno. San Mateo. Bell. Laguna Hills. CA 92553 (714) 674-1451 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Elegante Beauty College 24731 Alicia Pkwy. CA 91744 < previous page page_47 next page > . CA 92653 (714) 586-4900 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Elegante Beauty College 17337 East Valley Blvd. CA 90201 (213) 560-2207 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Don's Beauty College 42 North B St.Cynthia's Beauty Academy 4130 East Gage Ave.
CA 90802 (213) 435-7946 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Estes Institute of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences 324 East Main St. CA 94536 (415) 797-7318 Cosmetology Cosmetician Manicuring/Nail Care page_48 next page > Page 48 . Eureka. CA 95501 (707) 443-2733 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Fremont Beauty College 4149 Peralta Blvd. CA 93291 (209) 733-3617 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Evergreen Beauty College. 2938 Aborn Square Rd. Visalia. Long Beach. Fremont. Inc. San Jose. CA 95825 (916) 929-4242 Cosmetology Cosmetician Manicuring Frederick & Charles Beauty College 831 F St. Suite 265 Sacramento. CA 95121 (408) 223-6638 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Federico Fair Oaks College of Hairstyling 2100 Arden Way.< previous page (213) 965-2532 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Elegante Beauty College 505 Long Beach Blvd.
CA 93721 (209) 441-1795 Cosmetology Provisional Instructor Teacher Training Hair Masters University of Beauty 208-210 West Highland Ave. CA 90250 (310) 973-7774 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care < previous page page_48 next page > . CA 92405 (909) 882-2987 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Hilltop Beauty School 6317 Mission St.The Hair Interns School of Cosmetology 1522 Fulton Fresno. San Bernadino. 12004 Hawthorne Plaza Hawthorne. CA 90280 (213) 249-0270 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care International School of Cosmetology. Inc. Dale City. CA 94014 (415) 756-2720 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care International Academy of Cosmetology 4085 Tweedy Blvd. South Gate.
Suite 3-C El Toro. West Lancaster.< previous page Je Boutique College of Beauty 1073 East Main St. CA 90813 (310) 435-7060 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Cosmetology/ Barbering Crossover Lake Forest Beauty College 23600 Rockfield Blvd. Garden Grove. Long Beach. CA 92630 (714) 951-8883 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Lancaster Beauty School 44646 Tenth St. CA 93710 (209) 432-7591 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care page_49 next page > Page 49 .. CA 92645 (714) 894-3366 Cosmetology Cosmetician Manicuring/Nail Care Lyle's Bakersfield College of Beauty 2935 F. CA 93304 (805) 327-9784 Cosmetology Teacher Training Barber Conversion Course Manicuring/Nail Care Lyle's College of Beauty 6735 North First. St. CA 93534 (805) 948-1672 Cosmetology Teacher Trainee Manicuring/Nail Care Lola Beauty College 11883 Valley View St. Suite 112 Fresno. Bakersfield. El Cajon. CA 92021 (619) 442-3407 Cosmetology Cosmetician Manicuring/Nail Care John Wesley International Barber & Beauty 717 Pine Ave.
CA 93710 (209) 224-4242 Cosmetology Esthetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care < previous page page_49 next page > .. Suite A Madera. Inc. 186Wikiup Dr. CA 93637 (209) 673-9201 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Manchester Beauty College 3756 North Blackstone Ave. CA 95403 (707) 545-8449 Cosmetology Cosmetician Manicuring/Nail Care Madera Beauty College 200 West Olive Ave. CA 93711 (209) 221-1766 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cosmetology/Barbering Crossover Manicuring/Nail Care Lytle's Redwood Empire Beauty College. Fresno. Santa Rosa.Lyle's Fresno College of Beauty 3125 West Shaw Fresno.
San Rafael.< previous page Marin Beauty College 827 Fourth St. North Hollywood. CA 91606 (818) 980-1300 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care page_50 next page > Page 50 . CA 91764 (909) 984-5884 Cosmetology Manicuring Marinello School of Beauty 716 South Broadway. CA 91790 (818) 962-1021 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Marinello School of Beauty 240 South Market St. CA 90601 (310) 698-0068 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Marinello School of Beauty 960 North Mountain Ave. CA 90014 (213) 627-5561 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Marinello School of Beauty 118 Fashion Plaza West Covina. Whittier. CA 91335 (818) 881-2521 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Marinello School of Beauty 6219 Laurel Canyon Blvd. CA 94901 (415) 454-5432 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Marinello School of Beauty 6538 Greenleaf Ave. Inglewood. CA 90301 (213) 674-8100 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Marinello School of Beauty 18442 Sherman Way Reseda. 2nd Fl. Ontario. Los Angeles.
Marinello School of Beauty 6288 West Third St.. CA 92103 (619) 298-7187 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Milpitas Beauty College 1350 South Park Victoria Dr. CA 90036 (213) 938-2005 Cosmetology Manicuring Marinello School of Beauty 13350 East Telegraph Rd. Los Angeles. Suite E San Bernardino. CA 92410 (714) 884-8747 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Marinello School of Beauty 8374 D On the Mall Buena Park. CA 90620 (909) 884-8747 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Marinello School of Beauty 1226 University Ave. San Diego. Milpitas. CA 95035 (408) 262-7703 Cosmetology Cosmetician < previous page page_50 next page > . Santa Fe Springs. CA 90670 (310) 945-2211 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Marinello School of Beauty 721 West 2nd St.
Montebello. CA 93030 (805) 483-4994 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Modern Beauty Academy 5730 East Whittier Blvd. San Jose. CA 90022 (213) 723-0166 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Montebello Beauty College 2201 West Whittier Blvd. Oxnard. San Francisco.< previous page Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Miss Marty's School of Beauty & Hairstyling 1 Second St. Los Angeles. CA 91203 (818) 246-7376 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care page_51 next page > Page 51 . CA 95113 (408) 287-9868 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Moro Beauty College 124 North Brand Blvd. CA 90640 (213) 727-7851 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Monterey Academy of Hair Design 345 East Santa Clara Ave. CA 94105 (415) 227-4240 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Modern Beauty Academy 699 South C St. Glendale.
Suite 702 West Hills. Granada Hills..Nationwide Beauty College 252 Pomona Mall East Pomona. CA 91307 (818) 884-9660 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care North Adrian's Beauty College 124 Floyd Ave. Oceanside. CA 95350 (209) 526-2040 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Oceanside College of Beauty 1575 South Coast Hwy. CA 91766 (909) 622-8542 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Newberry School of Beauty 16860 Devonshire Blvd. Modesto. CA 91344 (818) 366-3211 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Newberry School of Beauty 6633 Fallbrook Ave. CA 92054 (619) 757-6161 < previous page page_51 next page > .
< previous page Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Page Antelope Valley Beauty School 547 West Lancaster Blvd. Concord. CA 90723 (310) 531-1800 Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring/Nail Care Paris Beauty College 1950 East Market St. CA 92069 (619) 744-7900 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Paramount School of Beauty 8527 Alondra. CA 92064 (619) 748-1490 Cosmetology Cosmetician Manicuring/Nail Care Professional Institute of Beauty 10801 East Valley Mall El Monte. CA 93534 (805) 948-3503 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Palomar Institute of Cosmetology 355 Via Vera Cruz San Marcos. CA 91731 (818) 443-9401 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care page_52 next page > Page 52 . CA 94520 (415) 685-7600 Cosmetology Esthetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Poway Academy of Hair Design 13266 PowayRd. Suite 129 Paramount. Poway. Lancaster.
Temecula. < previous page page_52 next page > . CA 92335 (909) 822-1149 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Rosemead Beauty School. Sylmar. Inc. Rosemead. CA 91770 (818) 286-2147 Cosmetology Manicuring Royale College of Beauty 27485 Commerce Center Dr. CA 92590 (909) 676-0833 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care San Fernando Beauty Academy 13714 Foothill Blvd. Fontana. CA 91712 (909) 988-7584 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Richard's Beauty College 16803 Arrow Blvd. Ontario. CA 91342 (818) 367-6447 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care San Gorgonio Beauty College 1335 West Ramsey St.Richard's Beauty College 200 North Euclid Ave. 8531 East Valley Blvd.
111. CA 93274 (209) 688-2901 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care United Artist Beauty College 81-695 Hwy. Garden Grove. CA 93110 (805) 683-4191 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Santa Maria Beauty College 135 West Carmen Lane Santa Maria. CA 95340 (209) 723-2980 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Thanh Le College. Merced. CA 93454 (805) 928-1848 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Sierra College of Beauty 1340 West 18th St. Suite 1 Indio. CA 93401 (805) 543-3305 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Santa Barbara Beauty College 4223 State St. CA 92640 (714) 971-5844 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Tulare Beauty College 1400 West Inyo Tulare. CA 92220 (909) 849-4614 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care San Luis Obispo Beauty College 285 South St. Suite N San Luis Obispo. School of Cosmetology 12875 Chapman Ave. CA 92201 (619) 347-0831 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care page_53 next page > Page 53 .< previous page Banning. Santa Barbara..
Los Angeles. Inc. CA 92392 (619) 245-2522 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Western Beauty College 439 South Western Ave. CA 90005 (213) 389-2869 < previous page page_53 next page > . Victorville. CA 90044 (213) 750-5750 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Care Universal College of Beauty. Los Angeles. Los Angeles. CA 90008 (213) 298-0045 Cosmetology Cosmetician Teacher Training Manicuring Ventura Beauty College 97 South Oak Ventura. Inc. CA 93001 (805) 643-8638 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Care Victor Valley Beauty College 16515 Mojave Dr. 8619 South Vermont Ave.Universal College of Beauty. 3419 West 43rd PI.
CO 80525 (303) 226-1416 Cosmetology Cosmetician Manicuring Cheeks International Academy of Beauty Culture 2547-B 11th Ave. Unit 5 Fort Collins.. CO 80918 (719) 598-4188 Cosmetology Manicuring Astral Academy of Hair 1325 North Academy Blvd. CO 80631 (303) 352-4550 Cosmetology Manicuring Columbine Beauty School 1225 Wadsworth Blvd.< previous page Cosmetology Cosmetician Manicuring/Nail Care Colorado Academy of Beauty Culture 2992 North Ave. Suite 174 Colorado Springs.. Greeley.CO 80215 (303) 238-7501 Cosmetology Cosmetician/Manicuring Cosmetician Manicuring page_54 next page > Page 54 . Grand Junction.. Suite 100 Colorado Springs. CO 80909 (719) 596-6977 Barber Science Cosmetology/Barber Crossover Cheeks International Academy of Beauty Culture 4025 South Mason St. CO 81504 (303) 245-5570 Cosmetology Student Instructor Cosmetician Manicuring Americana Beauty College II 3650 Austin Bluff Pkwy. Lakewood.
at Lakeside Mall Denver. CO 81601 (303) 945-0485 Cosmetology Barbering Cosmetician/Manicuring Student Instructor Cosmetician Manicuring Hair Dynamics Education Center 6464 South College Ave.Columbine Beauty School II 5801 West 44th Ave. Suite 1 Glenwood Springs. Colorado Springs. CO 80909 (719) 597-1413 Cosmetology < previous page page_54 next page > . CO 80525 (970) 223-9943 Cosmetology Esthetician Manicuring International Beauty Academy 1360 North Academy Blvd. CO 80229 (303) 451-5808 Cosmetology Manicuring Glenwood Beauty Academy. Inc. 51241 Hwy 6 & 24 West Glenwood Plaza. CO 80212 (303) 455-0100 Cosmetology Cosmetician/Manicuring Student Instructor Manicuring Columbine Beauty School III 3811 East 120th Thornton. Fort Collins.
CT 06810 (203) 744-0900 Cosmetology Beauty Tech Academy of Hairdressing 848 High Ridge Rd. CO 80003 (303) 467-2828 Cosmetology Manicuring Roffler Academy of Hair Design 202 South Pierce St. Westminister. CO 80030 (303) 428-5100 Cosmetology Cosmetician/Manicuring Cosmetician Manicuring Xenon International School of Hair Design III 2231 South Peoria Aurora. CT 06450 (203) 237-6683 Cosmetology page_55 next page > Page 55 . CO 80014 (303) 752-1560 Cosmetology Esthetician Manicuring Connecticut The American Academy of Cosmetology 28 Keeler St. Lakewood. Stamford. Danbury. CO 80226 (303) 238-6410 Cosmetology Manicuring Ultima College of Cosmetology 3049-A West 74th Ave. Suite 203B Arvada. CT 06905 (203) 329-1982 Cosmetology Brio Academy of Cosmetology 1231 East Main St. Meriden.< previous page Cosmetician/Manicuring Manicuring Michael Taylor Institute of Hair Design 6520 North Wadsworth Blvd.
Stamford. CT 06850 (203) 838-0753 Cosmetology National Academy of Hairdressing 117 Main St. CT 06401 < previous page page_55 next page > . Norwalk. CT 06473 (203) 281-4477 Cosmetology Skin Care Leon Institute of Hair Design 111 Wall St. North Haven. CT 06901 (203) 325-3900 Cosmetology Skin Care National Academy of Hairdressing Stationhouse Square 2505 Main St. CT 06604 (203) 335-1465 Cosmetology Leon Institute of Hair Design 87-91 Atlantic St.Connecticut Institute of Hair Design 1000 Main St. CT 06497 (203) 375-7737 Cosmetology Skin Care National Academy of Hairdressing 3 Isaac St. Ansonia. East Hartford. Bridgeport. CT 06108 (860) 528-5032 Cosmetology Gal Mar Academy of Hairdressing 352 State St. Stratford.
DE 19711 (302) 737-5100 Cosmetology Brush Up Teacher Training I Teacher Training II Manicuring District of Columbia Dudley Beauty College 2031 Rhode Island Ave.'s Cosmetology School 3090 D-1 Aloma Ave. Inc. NE Washington.< previous page (203) 734-7878 Cosmetology New London Academy of Hairdressing & Cosmetology 253 Captain's Walk New London. CT 06705 (203) 574-3610 Cosmetology Delaware Schilling-Douglas School of Hair Design 70 Amstel Ave. CT 06320 (860) 447-1433 Cosmetology Sampieri School of Hair Design. FL 32792 (407) 678-4411 Cosmetology Full Specialist II Instructor Training Manicuring/Facial Technician Facial Technician Manicuring/Nail Extensions page_56 next page > Page 56 . Newark. Waterbury. Winter Park. 128 Scott Rd. DC 20018 (202) 269-3666 Cosmetology Salon Management Manicuring Florida AJ.
FL 32953 (407) 452-8490 Cosmetology/Salon Management Cosmetology Full Specialiist Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Extensions Avanti Hair Tech 937 West State Rd. Merritt Island. Inc. FL 32548 (904) 244-2002 Instructor Training Cosmetology Facial Manicuring/Nail Extensions Cosmetology Refresher Advanced/Basic Hair Design Training Center 85 Richland Ave. 110 Eglin Parkway. FL 33024 (305) 966-5998 Cosmetology Full Specialist Teacher Training Skin Care Manicuring/Nail Extensions Academy of Hair & Nail Design. FL 39648 (305) 862-4700 Cosmetology Teacher Training Facial/Nail Technology Skin Care Manicuring/Nail Extensions < previous page page_56 next page > . #436 Suite 1119 Altamonte Springs. NW Fort Walton Beach.ASM Beauty World Academy 2510 North 60th Ave. Hollywood.
1 Fort Pierce. FL 34231 (941) 921-4877 Cosmetology Skin Care Manicuring/Nail Extensions Fort Pierce Beauty Academy 3028 South U. Suite 26 Palm Bay. NE. West Bradenton. Inc. FL 34982 (407) 464-4885 Cosmetology page_57 next page > Page 57 . 3928 C Manatee Ave. Inc. 4711 Babcock St. Suite A Boca Raton.< previous page Boca Raton Institute 5499 North Federal Hwy. FL 33904 (813) 549-1819 Cosmetology Esthetics Manicuring/Nail Technician Darlyne McGee's Academy of Cosmetology. Sarasota.. Cape Coral. FL 32905 (407) 951-0595 Cosmetology Teacher Training Skin Care Manicuring/Nail Extensions Fashion Focus Hair Academy 2208 Gulf Gate Dr. FL 33487 (407) 241-8105 Cosmetology Skin Care/Massage Therapy Instructor Training Full Specialist Massage Therapy Skin Care Skin Care & Make-Up Manicuring Salon Management Make-Up Artistry Bradenton Beauty & Barber Academy.S. FL 34205 (813) 748-3168 Cosmetology/Barbering Barber Styling Cosmetology Teacher Training Full Specialist Skin Care Manicuring/Nail Extensions Cape Coral Beauty School 1214 Southeast 47th St.
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Hialeah. Petersburg.< previous page (305) 884-2499 Cosmetology Teacher Training Massage Therapy English as a Second Language GED Program Facial Specialist Manicuring Refresher LaBaron Hairdressing Academy 5215 Ramsey Way Fort Meyers. FL 33907 (813) 936-5822 Cosmetology Manicuring/Facial Technician Skin Care Manicuring La Belle Beauty Academy 2960 Southwest 8th St. 1012 58th St. FL 33012 (305) 558-0562 Cosmetology Full Specialist II Teacher Training Skin Care Manicuring/Nail Extensions Loraine's Academy. North Tyrone Garden Center St. FL 33135 (305) 649-4899 Cosmetology Advanced Cosmetology Full Specialist Teacher Training Skin Care Manicuring/Nail Extensions La Belle Beauty School 750-D West 49th St. FL 33710 (813) 347-2134 Cosmetology Full Specialist II Therapeutic Massage Teacher Training Full Specialist I Nail Tech I & II Esthetician Nail Tech I Nail Tech II page_58 next page > Page 58 . Inc. Miami.
Tampa.Manhattan Beauty School 4315 South Manhattan Ave. 14978 North Florida Ave. FL 33613 (813) 264-3535 Cosmetology Full Specialty Instructor Training Facial Specialty Nail Tech Margate School of Beauty 2515 North State Rd. FL 33801 (941) 688-5287 Cosmetology Full Specialist Teacher Training Facial Specialist Manicuring < previous page page_58 next page > . Tampa. #7 Margate. Inc. FL 33063 (954) 972-9630 Cosmetology Instructor Training Skin Care Manicuring/Nail Extensions Shampooing Mr. Del's University of Cosmetology 1712-16 West Chase St. FL 33611 (813) 837-2525 Cosmetology Skin Care Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Extensions Manhattan Beauty School. Lakeland.
Luice. 1 Port St.< previous page Normandy Beauty School of Jacksonville 5373 Lenox Ave.. Suite 106 Miami.. Luice Beauty Academy 7644 South U. Jacksonville. Orange Park. FL 32073 (904) 272-7275 Cosmetology Skin Care Manicuring/Nail Extensions page_59 next page > Page 59 . FL 32205 (904) 786-6250 Cosmetology Facial/Nail Technology Manicuring/Nail Extensions Nouvelle Institute 3271 Northwest 7th St. Inc.S. FL 32055 (904) 752-7752 Cosmetology Full Specialty Teacher Training Rickey's Beauty Careers in Cosmetology. 2141-125 Loch Rane Blvd. South Town Square Lake City. FL 33125 (305) 643-3360 Cosmetology Skin Care/Make-Up Technician Full Specialist II Skin Care Manicuring/Nail Extensions Make-Up Orlando Academy of Beauty Culture 902 Lee Rd. FL 34983 (407) 464-4885 Cosmetology Rehberg's Advanced Hairstyling Academy 2607 South First St. Suite 38 Orlando. FL 3281O (407) 841-4285 Associate Degree Hair Designer Barber Styling Cosmetology Specialty Teacher Training Facial Technician Manicuring/Nail Extensions Port St.
GA 30050 (404) 361-5641 Cosmetology Teacher (Master Cosmetologist) Manicuring Beauty College of America 1171 Main St. FL 32204 (904) 388-8537 Cosmetology Teacher Training Riverside Hairstyling Academy 3530 Beach Blvd. FL 32207 (904) 398-0502 Cosmetology Teacher Training RomaR Hairstyling Academy 2214 Sarno Rd. Forest Park. Jacksonville. Melbourne. FL 32935 (407) 259-0001 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Extensions Gergia Arnold/Padrick's University of Cosmetology 4971 Courtney Dr. Forest Park. Jacksonville. GA 30050 (404) 361-4098 Cosmetology Teacher (Master Cosmetologist) Manicuring < previous page page_59 next page > .Riverside Hairstyling Academy 2659 Park St.
Columbus. GA 31093 (912) 923-0915 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Nail Instructor Page's University of Cosmetology 1715Walton Way Augusta. Inc. Warner Robins. Columbus. Bldg. 206 East Hill Ave. GA 31903 (706) 687-1054 Cosmetology Teacher (Master Cosmetologist) Manicuring Southeastern Beauty School 1826 Midtown Dr. NE (C-1000) Atlanta. GA 30324 (404) 261-5271 Cosmetology Massage Therapy International City Beauty College 1859 Watson Blvd. GA 31601 (912) 241-9408 Cosmetology Teacher (Master Cosmetologist) Manicuring Hawaii Hollywood Beauty College 99-084 Kauhale St.< previous page Capelli Learning Center for Cosmetology 2581 Piedmont Rd. Valdosta. GA 30904 (706) 733-2699 Cosmetology Southeastern Beauty School 3448 North Lumpkin Rd. GA 31906 (706) 561-5616 Barbering Cosmetology Teacher (Master Cosmetologist) Barber Instructor Manicuring Valdosta Academy of Beauty Culture. A Aiea.. HI 96701 (808) 486-7255 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Idaho page_60 next page > Page 60 .
ID 83642 (208) 888-5202 Cosmetology Teacher Training Teacher Training (Short Course) Manicuring The Headmasters School of Hair Design 317 Coeur D'Alene Coeur D'Alene.Career Beauty College 57 College Ave.Boise. ID 83814 (208) 664-0541 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring The Headmasters School of Hair Design II < previous page page_60 next page > . Rexburg. ID 83704 (208) 375-3722 Cosmetology Barbering Teacher Training DeeDee's Meridian School of Beauty 834 East 2nd St. ID 83440 (208) 356-0222 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Continental College of Beauty & Barber Styling 3021 North Cole Rd. Meridian.
ID 83706 (208) 336-0190 Cosmetology Manicuring Razzle Dazzle College of Hair Design 214 Holly Nampa. ID 83501 (208) 743-1512 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Lady Helen's School of Beauty 216 13th Ave. ID 83301 (208) 733-7777 Cosmetology Teacher Training Teacher Training (Short Course) Mr. Leon's School of Hair Design 618 South Main Moscow.< previous page 602 Main Lewiston. ID 83864 (208) 263-6874 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring The School of Hairstyling 257 North Main St. Sandpoint. ID 83651 (208) 465-7660 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Teacher Training (Short Course) Sandpoint School of Hair Design 212 North First Ave. Juan's College of Hair Design 577 Lynwood Mall Twin Falls. ID 83843 (208) 882-2923 Cosmetology Cosmetology Teacher Training New Images Academy of Beauty 2757 South Broadway Boise. South Nampa. ID 83651 (208) 467-5196 Cosmetology Teacher Training Mr. ID 83204 (208) 232-9170 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring page_61 next page > Page 61 . Pocatello.
IL 62035 (618) 466-9723 Cosmetology Teacher Training Nail Technician Alvareita's College of Cosmetology 333 South Kansas St. IL 62223 (618) 234-4398 Cosmetology Manicuring/Skin Care Teacher Training Altamore School of Cosmetology 7904 North Second St.Illinois Academy of Beauty Culture 5440 West Main St. IL 61115 (815) 633-1771 Cosmetology Teacher Training Teacher Training (Short Course) Alvareita's College of Cosmetology 5711 Godfrey Rd. Edwardsville. Godfrey. IL 62025 (618) 656-2593 Cosmetology Teacher Training < previous page page_61 next page > . Machesney Park. Belleville.
IL 60120 (312)742-6611 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cannella School of Hair Design 113 East Jefferson St Joliet. IL 60650 (312) 287-3400 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cannella School of Hair Design 113-117 West Chicago St. 201 West Wing St. Elgin. IL 60613 (773) 281-0866 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cannella School of Hair Design 5912 West Roosevelt Rd. Inc. IL 60453 (708) 636-4660 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Cannella School of Hair Design 3646 North Broadway Chicago. IL 60432 (815) 726-8714 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cannella School of Hair Design 12840 South Western Ave. Cicero.< previous page Arlington Academy. Oak Lawn. IL 60650 (708) 863-6644 Cosmetology Teacher Training Teacher Training (Short Course) Refresher Cameo Beauty Academy 9714 South Cicero Ave. Blue Island. IL 60406 (708) 388-4949 Cosmetology Teacher Training page_62 next page > Page 62 . Chicago. IL 60005 (708) 259-5380 Cosmetology Nail Technician Refresher Bell Mar Beauty College 5717West Cermak Rd. Arlington Heights.
IL 60612 (312) 523-4433 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cannella School of Hair Design 4269 South Archer Chicago.Cannella School of Hair Design 6614 South Halstead Chicago. IL 60632 (312) 890-0412 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cannella School of Hair Design 4217 West North Ave. IL 60126 (708) 833-6118 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cannella School of Hair Design 9012 South Commercial Ave. IL 60639 (773) 278-4477 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cannella School of Hair Design 191 North York Rd. Chicago. Chicago. < previous page page_62 next page > . IL 60621 (773) 846-6700 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cannella School of Hair Design 2874 West Cermak Rd. Elmhurst.
IL 60629 (773) 778-1077 Cosmetology Teacher Training Nail Technician Coiffure School of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences 402 East Main St Belleville. Oak Forest. IL 60452 (708) 687-3020 Cosmetology Teacher Training Nail Technician Capri School of Beauty Culture 2653 West 63rd St. Champaign. IL 60629 (773) 778-8161 Cosmetology Teacher Training Capri Oak Forest College of Beauty Culture 15825 Rob Roy Dr. IL 61820 (217) 356-0099 Cosmetology Teacher Training page_63 next page > Page 63 . IL 60617 (773) 221-4700 Cosmetology Teacher Training Capri Garfield Ridge School of Beauty Culture 6301 South Washtenaw Chicago. Chicago. Danville. IL 62220 (618) 233-6850 Cosmetology Teacher Training Nail Technician Teacher Training (Short Course) Brush Up Concept College of Cosmetology 2500 Georgetown Rd.< previous page Chicago. IL 61832 (217) 442-9329 Cosmetology Teacher Training Concept College of Cosmetology 309 B South Neil St.
IL 61301 (815) 223-7326 Cosmetology Teacher Training Educators of Beauty 128 South Fifth St. Rockford. Sterling.Don Roberts Beauty School 4320 West Elm #9 McHenry. IL 60050 (815) 385-2290 Cosmetology Teacher Training DuQuoin Beauty College 202 South Washington DuQuoin. La Salle. Chicago. IL 62832 (618) 542-5226 Cosmetology Teacher Training Educators of Beauty 122 Wright St. IL 61081 (815) 625-0247 Cosmetology Teacher Training Futurama Beauty Academy 1822 West 47th St. IL 61104 (815) 969-7030 Cosmetology Teacher Training Educators of Beauty 211 East Third St. IL 60609 (773) 523-1555 Cosmetology Teacher Training < previous page page_63 next page > .
IL 60103 (708) 830-6560 Cosmetology Teacher Training Esthetics Teacher Training (Short Course Nail Technician page_64 next page > Page 64 . IL 60187 (708) 653-6630 Cosmetology Teacher Training Esthetics Brush Up Hair Professionals Career College. 1166 West Lake St. Inc. 506 South McClun St. IL 60115 (815) 756-3596 Cosmetology Teacher Training Hair Professionals School of Cosmetology. IL 60123 (847) 622-7871 Cosmetology Teacher Training Esthetics Teacher Training (Short Course) Nail Technician Refresher Hair Professionals Academy of Cosmetology 1145 East Butterfield Wheaton. 1734 Sycamore Rd. Bloomington. IL 61701 (309) 828-1884 Cosmetology Instructor Training Instructor Training (Short Course) Hanover Park College of Beauty Culture. Inc. DeKalb. Inc. Elgin. IL 60543 (708)554-2266 Cosmetology Teacher Training Esthetics Teacher Training (Short Course) Nail Technician Refresher Hairmasters Institute of Cosmetology. Hanover Park. 34 Oswego. 5460 Rte. Inc.< previous page Hair Professionals Academy of Cosmetology 449 C Airport Blvd.
East Moline.Illinois Institute of Cosmetology 10321 South Roberts Rd. Chicago. IL 60465 (708) 430-1755 Cosmetology Teacher Training Nail Technician John Amico's School of Hair Design 15301 South Cicero Oak Forest. IL 61520 (309) 647-4224 Cosmetology Teacher Training < previous page page_64 next page > . Palos Hills. IL 60452 (708) 687-7800 Cosmetology Teacher Training Kankakee Academy of Hair Design 100 East 115th St. IL-61244 (309) 755-1313 Cosmetology Teacher Training Esthetics LaMont's International School of Cosmetology 146-148 North Main St. IL 60629 (312)523-7211 Cosmetology Teacher Training La' James College of Hairstyling 485 42nd Ave. Canton.
< previous page Mac Daniel's Beauty School 5228 North clark St. IL 61611 (309) 699-3672 Cosmetology Teacher Training Teacher Training (Short Course) Refresher page_65 next page > Page 65 . IL 60648 (847) 965-8061 Cosmetology Teacher Training Oehrlein School of Cosmetology. John's School of Cosmetology 2001 West Springfield Champaign. IL 60640 (312) 561-2376 Cosmetology Nail Technician Mr. IL 60181 (312) 941-3880 Cosmetology Niles School of Beauty Culture 8057 North Milwaukee Ave. Villa Park. Inc 100 Meadow Ave. Niles. IL 61821 (217) 355-1466 Cosmetology Teacher Training Ms. Robert's Academy of Beauty Culture 1719 East Park Blvd. IL 62521 (217) 423-8173 Cosmetology/Esthetics Cosmetology/Nails Cosmetology Teacher Training Esthetics Esthetics Teacher Training Nail Technology Teacher Nail Technology Instructor VoTech I VoTech II Nail Technician Mr. East Peoria. John's School of Cosmetology 1745 East Eldorado Decatur. Chicago.
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IN 47404 (812)339-1117 Cosmetology Esthetics Hair Fashions by Kaye Beauty College 7150 East Washington St. Michael Harrold Beauty Academy. IN 46320 (219) 933-6636 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Indiana State Beauty College 422 Coliseum Blvd. IN 46254 (317) 293-3341 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Hair Fashions by Kaye Beauty College 1910 East Conner St. Inc. IN 47807 (812) 232-8334 Cosmetology page_67 next page > Page 67 . Hammond. IN 46805 (219) 484-7057 Cosmetology Electrology Skin Care Technician Teacher Training Manicuring J. 2232 Wabash Ave. IN 46219 (317) 322-0254 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Hair Fashions by Kaye Beauty College 4026 North High School Indianapolis. Noblesville. IN 46060 (317) 773-6189 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Hammond Academy of Beauty Culture 5141 Hohman Ave. West Fort Wayne. #35 Indianapolis. Terre Haute.< previous page Cosmetology Manicuring Hair Arts Academy 933 North Walnut Bloomington.
Fort Wayne. Inc. Knox. Lafayette. IN 47901 (317) 742-0068 Cosmetology Teacher Training Electrology Manicuring The Masters of Cosmetology College.Knox Beauty College 320 East Culver Rd. Indianapolis. IN 46205 (317) 546-9696 Cosmetology < previous page page_67 next page > . IN 46534 (219) 772-5500 Cosmetology Lafayette Beauty Academy 833 Ferry St. IN 46410 (219) 769-2232 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring New Concepts Beauty College 3830 Meadows Dr. IN 46809 (219) 747-3363 Cosmetology Instructor Training Esthetics Manicuring Merrillville Beauty College 48 West 67th Place Merrillville. 1732 Bluffton Rd.
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IA 51503 (712) 328-2613 Cosmetology The Faust Institute of Cosmetology 502 Erie St. G Fort Madison. IA 52627 (319) 372-6248 Cosmetology Dayton's School of Hair Design 315 North Main St. Des Moines.< previous page Iowa Bernel's College of Cosmetology 114 Fifth St. Keokuk.IA 50010 (515) 233-1725 Cosmetology Teacher Bill Hill's College of Cosmetology 910 Ave.O. Sioux City. Ames. IA 51630 (712) 336-3518 Cosmetology Iowa School of Beauty 2524 Glenn Ave. IA 50322 (515) 278-9939 Cosmetology Teacher Nail Technician page_69 next page > Page 69 . IA 52601 (319) 752-3193 Cosmetology Dayton's School of Hair Design 23 South Second St. IA 51106 (712) 274-9733 Cosmetology Nail Technician Iowa School of Beauty 3305 70th St. IA 50588 (712) 732-6571 Cosmetology The Faust Institute of Cosmetology 807 Lake St. IA 52632 (319) 524-6445 Cosmetology EQ School of Hair Design 536 West Broadway Council Bluffs.. P. Spirit Lake. Burlington. Box 29 Storm Lake.
IA50158 (515) 752-4223 Cosmetology Teacher Nail Technician Iowa School of Beauty 609 West Second St. Marshalltown.Iowa School of Beauty 112 Nicholas Dr. IA 50501 (515)576-3119 < previous page page_69 next page > . IA 52501 (515) 684-6504 Cosmetology Teacher Training Nail Technician La' James College of Hairstyling 227 East Market St. IA 52240 (319) 337-2109 Cosmetology Teacher Training Nail Technician La' James College of Hairstyling 6336 Hickman Rd. South Fort Dodge. Des Moines. Iowa City. IA 50322 (515) 278-2208 Cosmetology Teacher Training Esthetics Nail Technician La' James College of Hairstyling 2604 1st Ave. Ottumwa.
KS 66101 (913) 342-4848 Cosmetology Manicuring page_70 next page > Page 70 . KS 67401 (913) 825-8155 Cosmetology Manicuring Advanced Hair Tech 4325 State Ave. Kansas City. Ames.IA 50010 (515) 232-7252 Cosmetology Teacher Esthetics Nail Technology Electrology Kansas Academy of Hair Design 115 South Fifth St. NE Mason City. IA 50613 (319) 277-2150 Cosmetology Teacher Training Esthetics NailTechnician Professional Cosmetology Institute 627 Main St. IA 50401 (515) 424-2161 Cosmetology Teacher Esthetics Nail Technician La' James College of Hairstyling 211 West 53rd Davenport.< previous page Cosmetology Teacher Esthetics Nail Technician La' James College of Hairstyling 24 Second Ave.. Salina. IA 52806 (319) 386-7700 Basic Cosmetology Cadet Cosmetology Esthetician Nail Technician La' James College of Hairstyling 6222 University Cedar Falls.
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KY 40204 (502)459-8150 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Refresher Course The Hair Design School 4160 Bardstown Rd. Louisville.< previous page Elizabethtown. KY 40160 (502) 351-4473 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Refresher Course The Hair Design School 7285 Turfway Rd. Louisville. KY 42431 (502) 825-3019 Cosmetology Junior Instructor Manicuring page_72 next page > Page 72 . Florence. Louisville. KY 40216 (502)447-0111 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Refresher Course The Hair Design School 1049 Bardstown Rd. KY 41042 (606) 283-2690 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Refresher Course The Hair Design School 3968 Park Dr. Radcliff. KY 42701 (502) 765-2118 Cosmetology The Hair Design School 640 Knox Blvd. KY 40218(502) 499-0070 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Refresher Course Head's West Kentucky Beauty College Brairwood Shopping Center Madisonville.
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New Orleans. Slidell.< previous page Manicuring Refresher Course Instructor Demmon School of Beauty 1222 Ryan St. Suite C Lake Charles. Kenner. Lake Charles. LA 71105 (318) 865-5591 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring John Jay Beauty College 540 Robert E. LA 70214 (504) 282-8128 Cosmetology Advanced Styling Manicuring Teacher Training John Jay Kenner Academy 2844 Tennessee Ave.. Lee Blvd. Shreveport. LA 70062 (504) 466-4561 Cosmetology Advanced Styling Manicuring Teacher Training John Jay Slidell Beauty College 3144 Pontchartrain Dr. LA 70124 (504) 282-9894 Cosmetology Advanced Cosmetology Manicuring Teacher Training Lockworks Academic of Hairdressing 2922 Johnston St Lafayette. LA 70601 (318) 439-9265 Cosmetology Future Barber College 3941 Ryan St. LA 70503 (318)233-0511 Cosmetology page_74 next page > Page 74 . LA 70605 (318) 474-0623 Barbering Guy's Shreveport Academy of Cosmetology 3954 Youree Dr.
Lockworks Academie of Hairdressing 4950 Government St.Mandeville. Eunice. LA 70053 (504) 362-1999 Barbering Cosmetology Skin Care Instructor Esthetician Instructor Advanced Cosmetology Manicuring < previous page page_74 next page > . LA 70535 (318) 457-7627 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Moler Beauty College 1975 North Causeway Blvd. Baton Rouge. LA 70448 (504) 626-4459 Cosmetology Skin Care Instructor Advanced Cosmetology Manicuring Moler Beauty College 59 West Bank Expressway Gretna. LA 70806 (504) 924-6729 Cosmetology Instructor Louisiana Academy of Beauty 550 East Laurel St.
556 East Vine St.. Suite 36 Bossier City. Suite 100 Kenner. New Orleans. LA 71111 (318) 746-7674 Cosmetology Esthetician Instructor Manicuring Pat Goins Minden Beauty School 906 Homer Rd. New Orleans. Monroe.. LA 70570 (318) 942-6147 Cosmetology Instructor Pat Goins Benton Rd. LA 70126 (504) 282-2539 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Moler Beauty College 2940 Canal St. Minden. LA 70119 (504) 821-8842 Barbering Cosmetology Skin Care Instructor Esthetician Instructor Advanced Cosmetology Manicuring Permanent Cosmetic Make-Up Opelousas School of Cosmetology. Opelousas. LA 71055 (318) 377-0796 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Pat Goins Monroe Beauty School 3140 Louisville Ave. Inc.< previous page Moler Beauty College 1919 Veterans Blvd. LA 70062 (504) 467-1888 Cosmetology Teacher Training Advanced Cosmetology Manicuring Moler Beauty College 4301 Chef Menteur Hwy. Beauty School 1701 Old Minden Rd. LA 71201 (318) 322-2500 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring page_75 next page > Page 75 .
LA 71270 (318) 255-2717 Cosmetology Manicuring Instructor Pat Goins Shreveport Beauty School 6363 Hearne Ave. LA 71108 (318) 631-1833 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Pineville Beauty School 1008 Main St. Pineville. Suite 106 Shreveport.Pat Goins Ruston Beauty School 213 West Alabama St.. LA 71360 (318) 445-1040 Cosmetology Skin Care Instructor Manicuring Permanent Make-Up Roberts Beauty College 502 North Columbia St. LA 70433 (504) 892-3826 Cosmetology Manicuring Instructor Training < previous page page_75 next page > . Covington. Ruston.
.< previous page Ronnie & Dorman's School of Hair Design 2002 Johnston St. LA 70808 (504) 766-8962 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Stevenson's Academy of Hair Design 2039 Lapeyrouse St. LA 70605(318) 474-0533 Cosmetology Instructor Nail Technology Stefan's Beauty College 7384 Highland Rd. 209 West College St Lake Charles. Baton Rouge. LA 70114 (504) 368-6377 Barbering Cosmetology Skin Care Instructor Manicuring Advanced Cosmetology Refresher Course Maine page_76 next page > Page 76 . LA 70503 (318) 232-1806 Cosmetology Slidell Academy of Creative Hair Design 3805 Pontchartrain Dr. New Orleans. Lafayette. LA 70116 (504) 945-2312 Barbering Cosmetology Esthetics Instructor Manicuring Advanced Cosmetology Refresher Course Stevenson's Academy of Hair Design-West Bank 401 Opelousas St. Suite 16 Slidell LA 70458 (504) 643-2614 Cosmetology Instructor Training Stage One-The Hair School. New Orleans. Inc.
Portland. ME 04412 (207) 989-4151 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Maine State Academy of Hair Design 94 Maine St. Twin City Plaza Brewer.Head Hunter II School of Hair Design 1041 Brighton Ave. Brunswick. ME 04103 (207) 772-2591 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Maine State Academy of Hair Design 5 Appleton St. ME 04901 (207) 872-6213 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Maine State Academy of Hair Design 244 State St. ME 04011 (207) 729-4020 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Maine State Academy of Hair Design 24 Preble St. Portland. Waterville. ME 04101 (207) 775-5695 Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician Manicuring < previous page page_76 next page > .
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Salisbury. MD 21801 (410) 742-7929 Cosmetology Junior Teacher Manicuring < previous page page_77 next page > . MD 2120 (301) 539-1935 Cosmetology Junior Teacher Manicuring Blades School of Hair Design 316 McArthur Blvd. Hagerstown. Inc. Sans Souci Plaza California. Inc. 26 East Antietam St. Gaithersburg.Aesthetics Institute of Cosmetology 15958-C Shady Grove Rd. Baltimore. MD 20877 (301) 330-9252 Cosmetology Manicuring Award Beauty School. MD 21740 (301) 733-4520 Cosmetology Manicuring Baltimore Studio of Hair Design. 18 North Howard St. MD 20619 (301)862-9797 Cosmetology Basic Manicuring Del-Mar-Va Beauty Academy 111 Milford St.
Baltimore. MD 21061 (301) 768-5626 Cosmetology Manicuring Maryland Beauty Academy 10355 Reisterstown Rd. 8435 Annapolis Rd. Cumberland. Southwest Glen Burnie. OwingsMill. Inc. MD 20901 (301) 588-7666 Cosmetology page_78 next page > Page 78 .< previous page Gordon Phillips Beauty School 5633 Reisterstown Rd. New Carrolton. Silver Spring. MD 20784 (301) 779-5093 Cosmetology Junior Teacher International Beauty School 227 Archer St. MD 21221 (410) 686-4477 Cosmetology Junior Teacher Manicuring Montgomery Beauty School 8736 Arliss St. 505 Eastern Blvd.MD21117 (410) 363-4448 Cosmetology Junior Teacher Manicuring Maryland Beauty Academy of Essex. Inc. MD 21014 (410) 838-0845 Cosmetology Manicuring International Beauty School 119 North Centre St. Baltimore. MD 21215 (301) 358-4500 Basic Cosmetology Manicuring/Pedicuring Hair Academy. Bel Air. MD 21502 (301) 777-3020 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cosmetology International Beauty School 13 First Ave.
Baltimore. MD 21236 (410) 882-7624 Cosmetology Manicuring Robert's Institute of Hair Design of Brooklyn 358-360 Ritchie Hwy. MD 21146 (410) 544-2237 Cosmetology Journeyman Barber Junior Teacher Manicuring Robert's Institute of Hair Design of Langley Park 7505 New Hampshire Ave. MD 20783 (301) 434-0566 Cosmetology Manicuring < previous page page_78 next page > . II 805 Olney/Sandy Spring Rd. Severna Park. Sandy Spring. Baltimore. #209 Langley Park. MD 20860 (301) 774-3292 Cosmetology Manicuring Northwest Beauty School 6860 Reistertown Rd. MD 21215 (410) 764-8866 Cosmetology Manicuring Robert's Institute of Hair Design 7670 Bel Air Rd.Montgomery Beauty School.
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MA 02154 (617) 899-1500 Cosmetologist Operator Esthetician Manicuring Nail Art Technology Level Advanced Nail Art Technology Level Bojack Academy of Beauty 47 Spring St. Malden. The Beauty Career Schools 43 Dartmouth St. Holyoke. MA 02132 (617) 323-0844 Cosmetologist Operator Esthetician Manicuring Broms Academy 15 Papineau St. MA 02155 (617) 391-9380 Esthetician < previous page page_79 next page > . MA 02148 (617) 322-0926 Cosmetologist Operator Manicuring Blaine..MA 01040 (413) 536-6429 Barber/Styling Cosmetologist Operator Manicuring The Elizabeth Grady School of Esthetics 200 Boston Ave. The Beauty Career Schools 314 Moody St. Waltham.Blaine. Suite 3500 Medford. West Roxbury.
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Ml 48071 (810) 543-1584 Cosmetology Manicuring Instructor page_83 next page > Page 83 . Pleasant 201 West Broadway Mt.< previous page M J Murphy College of Jackson 135 South Mechanic St. 27 Lansing. Ml 48083 (810) 528-0303 Cosmetology Nail Technician Instructor Manicuring Michigan College of Beauty 15232½ South Dixie Hwy. MI 48603 (517) 792-4781 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Michigan College of Beauty 3498 Rochester Rd. MI 49201 (517) 782-9461 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring M J Murphy College of Lansing 15557 South U. Pleasant. Bela's School of Cosmetology 29475 John R St.S. Jackson. Monroe. MI 48906 (517) 482-6273 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring M J Murphy College of Mt. Saginaw. Ml 48161 (313) 241-8877 Cosmetology Nail Technician Instructor Manicuring Mr. MI 48858 (517) 772-2339 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring M J Murphy College of Saginaw 2650 McCarty Rd. Troy. Madison Heights.
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Joseph. St. Ml 48195 (313) 285-7130 Cosmetology Nail Technician Teacher Training Manicuring State College of Beauty. 2600 Lincoln Ave. Ml 48080 (313) 424-9123 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Virginia Farrell Beauty School 33425 Five Mile Rd. Inc. Ml 48154 (313) 427-3970 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring page_84 next page > Page 84 . Taylor.< previous page (313) 434-0230 Cosmetology Nail Technician Teacher Training Manicuring State College of Beauty. Southgate. Ml 48180 (313) 291-2177 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Twin City Beauty College. 16704 West Fort St. Clair Shores. St. Waterford. Livonia. 4196 Pontiac Lake Rd. Inc. Ml 48328 (313) 673-1133 Cosmetology Nail Technician Teacher Training Manicuring Taylortown School of Beauty 23015 Ecorse Rd. Inc. Ml 49085 (616) 428-2900 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Virginia Farrell Beauty School 23620 Harper Ave.
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Duluth. Cloud. Southeast Minneapolis.< previous page Minnesota Aveda Institute 400 Central Ave. MN 56601 (218) 759-2135 Cosmetology Cosmetology Careers Unlimited-Hibbing 110 East Howard St. Inc. Bemidji. 704 Marie Ave. MN 55802 (218) 722-7484 Cosmetology Manicuring Minnesota Cosmetology Education Center. MN 55075 (612) 451-6447 Cosmetology Manicuring Model College of Hair Design 201 Eighth Ave. MN 55414 (612) 378-7404 Cosmetology Esthiology Massage Manicuring Bemidji Beauty Academy 312 American Ave. South St. Hibbing. South St. MN 56301 (320) 253-4222 Cosmetology Skin Care Manicuring Oliver Thein Beauty School 150 Cobblestone Lane Burnsville. MN 55746 (218) 263-8354 Cosmetology Cosmetology Careers Unlimited-Duluth 121 West Superior St. MN 55337 (612) 435-3882 Cosmetology Manicuring page_85 next page > Page 85 . Paul.
Cloud Regency Beauty Academy 912 West St. Moorhead.Regency Beauty Academy 40 Hwy. Germain St. MN 55431 (612) 881-8662 Cosmetology Skin Care Manicuring St. MN 55434 (612) 784-9102 Cosmetology Skin Care Manicuring Rita's Moorhead Beauty College 17 South Fourth St. Cloud. MN 56301 (612) 251-0500 Cosmetology Esthiology Manicuring Mississippi The Academy of Hair Design #1 2003-B South Commerce St. MN 55441 (612) 551-0562 Cosmetology Skin Care Manicuring Scot Lewis School of Cosmetology 9801 James Circle Bloomington. MN 56560 (218) 236-7201 Cosmetology Manicuring Scot Lewis Beauty School-Crystal 4124 Lancaster Lane Plymouth. < previous page page_85 next page > . 10 Blaine.
Gulfport. MS 39051 (601) 267-8031 Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring Chris' Beauty College 1265 Pass Rd. 35 North Carthage. 80 East McLaurin Mart Pearl. Prentiss Dr. MS 39501 (601) 864-2920 Teacher Training (Long Course) Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring page_86 next page > Page 86 . MS 39501 (601) 872-9718 Teacher Cosmetology Manicuring Carthage Beauty College 215 Hwy. MS 39090 (601) 289-9009 Teacher Training (Long Course) Cosmetology Teacher The Academy of Hair Design #4 3167 Hwy. Gulfport. 12 East Kosciusko.< previous page Grenada. MS 39280 (601) 939-4441 Teacher Training (Long Course) Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring Advance School of Cosmetology 55 Sgt. MS 38901 (601) 226-2464 Instructor (Long Course) Cosmetology Instructor The Academy of Hair Design #3 Hwy. #14 Natchez. MS 39120 (601) 442-6661 Teacher Training (Long Course) Cosmetology Manicuring Teacher American Beauty Academy 2440 22nd St.
19 North. MS 38803 (601) 844-9264 Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring Delta Beauty College 697 Mainstream Mall Greenville. MS 38869 (601) 840-9919 Cosmetology Teacher Foster's Cosmetology College 1813 Hwy.Creations College of Cosmetology 2419 West Main St. Tupelo. MS 38663 (601) 837-9334 Teacher Training (Long Course) Barbering Cosmetology Barbering Teacher < previous page page_86 next page > . 15 North Ripley. Suite 510 Meridian. Sherman. MS 38701 (601) 332-0587 Teacher Training (Long Course) Cosmetology Teacher The Final Touch Beauty School 832 Hwy. MS 39307 (601) 485-7733 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Foster's Beauty College Main St.
< previous page Gibson's Barber & Beauty College 120 East Main St. MS 39401 (601) 583-1817 Cosmetology Manicuring Mississippi College of Beauty Culture 732 Sawmill Rd. MS 39773 (601) 494-5444 Barbering Cosmetology Teacher Barbering Teacher Barbering/Cosmetology Crossover Cosmetology/Barbering Crossover ICS The Wright Beauty College Route 6. Laurel. Box 46 Corinth. P. West St.O. MS 38834 (601) 287-0944 Teacher Training (Long Course) Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring John's Cosmetology School 102 Broad St. MS 39206 (601) 362-6940 Teacher Training (Long Course) Cosmetology Teacher Barbering/CosmetologyCrossover Esthetician Manicuring Missouri Abbott Academy of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences 191 Mid Rivers Mall Dr. Peters. West Point. MS 39440 (601) 428-7127 Cosmetology Teacher Training Teacher The Shirley Little Academy of Cosmetology 4725 1-55 North Jackson. Hattiesburg. MO 63376 (314) 278-2547 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Refresher Course page_87 next page > Page 87 .
MO 64801 (417) 781-7070 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Columbia Beauty Academy 1729 West Broadway Columbia. Robert. MO 65583 (573) 336-3888 Cosmetology Instructor Training Chillicothe Beauty Academy 505 Elm St.Academy of Beauty Culture 401 First St. MO 65203 (573) 445-6611 Cosmetology Instructor Training < previous page page_87 next page > . Chillicothe. St. Kennett. MO 64601 (816) 646-4198 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Class Act I School of Cosmetology 512 Main St. MO 63857 (314) 888-2670 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Central College of Cosmetology 1012 Missouri Ave. Joplin.
Inc. Independence. MO 64110 (816) 523-2471 Cosmetology InstructorTraining House of Heavilin Beauty College 1405 Smith Blue Springs. Inc. Kansas City.< previous page Elaine Steven Beauty College. MO 63136 (314) 868-8196 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Grabber School of Hair Design 14560 Manchester Rd. Columbia. MO 64055 (816) 252-HAIR Cosmetology Esthetician Instructor Training Esthetician Course #3 Manicuring Jerry's School of Hairstyling. Grandview. MO 64015 (816) 229-9000 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring House of Heavilin Beauty College 12020 Blue Ridge Blvd. St. MO 64030 (816) 767-8000 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Independence College of Cosmetology 815 West 23rd St. MO 63011 (314) 227-4440 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring House of Heavilin Beauty College 5720 Troost Ave. 2208 Chambers Rd. Ballwin. 217 North Ninth St. MO 65201 (573) 449-7527 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring page_88 next page > Page 88 . Louis.
MO 63640 (573) 756-2730 Cosmetology Instructor Training National Academy of Beauty Arts 157 Concord Plaza St. MO 65109 (314) 635-4433 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Missouri Beauty Academy 201 South Washington St. Louis. Festus. Farmington. MO 63028 (314) 937-1212 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Martinez School of Cosmetology 248½ East Broadway Excelsior Springs. MO 64024 (816) 630-3900 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Merrell University of Beauty Arts & Sciences 1101-R Southwest Blvd.Laiben School of Cosmetology 1200 East Gannon Dr. Jefferson City. MO 63128 (314) 842-3616 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring < previous page page_88 next page > .
< previous page Neosho Beauty College 116 North Wood St. MO 65560 (573) 729-5591 Cosmetology Instructor Training Sikeston Beauty College 127 Kingsway Mall Sikeston. MO 64772 (417) 667-2160 Cosmetology Manicuring New Dimensions School of Hair Design 705 Illinois St. MO 63044 (314) 298-8808 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring/Advanced Sculptured Nails Manicuring Salem College of Hairstyling Crossroads Shopping Ctr. Charles Rock Rd. MO 64850 (417) 451-7216 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Nevada School of Cosmetology 104 East Cherry Nevada. Salem. MO 63801 (573) 471-7950 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring page_89 next page > Page 89 . #12 Joplin. 1118 South Main St. MO 64118 (816) 468-6666 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Patsy & Rob's Academy of Beauty 11977 St. #123 Bridgeton. MO 64801 (417) 782-2875 Cosmetology Manicuring Paris II Educational Center 6840 North Oak Trafficway Gladstone. Neosho.
MT 59102 (406) 656-9114 Cosmetology Dahl's College of Beauty. The Hair School 904 Broadway Cape Girardeau.St. Inc. Inc. Great Falls. MT 59715 (406) 587-1264 Cosmetology Butte Academy of Beauty Culture. Louis Hair Academy Inc. Butte. MT 59701 (406) 723-8565 Cosmetology College of Coiffure Arts 603 24th St. MO 63107 (314) 533-3125 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Stage One. MT 59401 (406) 454-3453 < previous page page_89 next page > . 3701 Kossuth St. MO 63701 (573) 335-5078 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Montana Academy of Cosmetology 133 West Mendenhall Boseman. West Billings. 716 Central Ave. 303 West Park St. Louis.
Omaha. West Missoula. NE 68144 (402) 333-3329 Cosmetology Teacher Esthetician page_90 next page > Page 90 . Rich's Beauty College 1805 South Ave.< previous page Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring Maddio's Hairstyling & Cosmetology College 827 North Main Helena. MT 59801 (406) 728-5371 Cosmetology Nebraska Bahner College of Hairstyling 10801 QSt. Inc. MT 59601 (406) 442-1011 Cosmetology Manicuring Modern Beauty School. Suite 268 Omaha. 2700 Paxson Plaza. MT 59801 (406) 721-1800 Cosmetology Manicuring Mr. NE 68025 (402) 721-6500 Cosmetology/Barbering Combination Barbering Cosmetology Barbering/Cosmetology Crossover Cosmetology/BarberingCrossover Teacher Capitol School of Hairstyling-West 2819 South 125th Ave. Fremont.NE 68137 (402) 592-5925 Barbering Cosmetology Barbering/Cosmetology Crossover Cosmetology/Barbering Crossover Teacher Esthetician Bahner College of Hairstyling 1660 North Grant St. Suite G Missoula.
NE 68701 (402) 371-3358 Cosmetology Joseph's College of Beauty 618 Count St. Omaha. NE 68310 (402) 223-3588 Cosmetology Joseph's College of Beauty 828 West 2nd St. Hastings. Lincoln. NE 68114 (402) 390-0824 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Joseph's College of Beauty 202 Madison Ave.EQ School of Hair Design 1849 North 73rd St. Beatrice. Grand Island. NE 68901 (402) 463-1357 Cosmetology Joseph's College of Beauty 2250 North Webb Rd. NE 68505 (308) 381-8848 Cosmetology Joseph's College of Beauty 2241 O St. Norfolk. NE 68510 (402) 487-5388 Cosmetology Teacher < previous page page_90 next page > .
NE 68847 (308) 234-6594 Cosmetology North Platte Beauty Academy 107 West Sixth North Platte. NV 89110 (702) 796-6200 Cosmetology Hairdressing Manicuring Northern Nevada Beauty Academy. Suite V-2 Las Vegas. Inc. 1050 Matley Lane Reno. Kearney. Carson City.< previous page Joseph's of Kearney. NE 69101 (308) 532-4664 Cosmetology Xenon International School of Hair Design II 333 South 78th St. School of Hair Design 2213 Central Ave. NV 89102 (702) 878-1185 Cosmetology Hairdressing Teacher Training Esthetician Manicuring Carson City Beauty Academy 2531 North Carson St. NV 89502 (702) 329-9494 Cosmetology Hair Designer Teacher Esthetician Manicuring page_91 next page > Page 91 . Omaha. NV 89706 (702) 885-9977 Cosmetology Esthetician Manicuring Marinello School of Beauty 5000 East Bonanza. NE 68114 (402) 393-2933 Cosmetology Teacher Esthetician Nevada Academy of Hair Design 4445 West Charleston Las Vegas.
Hudson. NH 03300 (603) 224-2211 Cosmetology Continental Academie of Hair Design 311 Lincoln St. NH 03101 (603) 622-5851 Cosmetology Manicuring Continental Academic of Hair Design 102 Derry St.. Rte. 3 Belmont. Concord. Manchester.Southern Nevada University of Cosmetology 3430 East Tropicana Las Vegas. NH 03220 (603) 524-9582 Cosmetology Teacher Training < previous page page_91 next page > . NH 03051 (603) 889-1614 Cosmetology Manicuring Empire Beauty School 588 State Rd. NV 89121 (702) 458-6333 Cosmetology Hair Designer Teacher Esthetician Manicuring New Hampshire Concord Academy of Hair Design 20 South Main St.
12 Interchange Dr. NH 03784 (603) 289-5199 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Portsmouth Beauty School of Hair Design 138 Congress St. NH 03101 (603) 668-4300 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring New England School of Hair Design.< previous page Empire Beauty School #3 328 Central Ave. 800 Park Ave. Dover. NJ 08723 (201) 920-3600 Cosmetology Esthetician Instructor Manicuring page_92 next page > Page 92 . Inc. Inc. NJ 07410 (201) 794-3502 Cosmetology Esthetics Instructor Manicuring Capri Institute of Hair Design 268 Brick Blvd. NH 03801 (603) 436-7775 Cosmetology New Jersey The Artistic Academy of Hair Design 21-21 Broadway Fair Lawn. Bricktown. NH 03431 (603) 357-3736 Cosmetology Manicuring Michael's School of Hair Design 533 Elm St. Keene. West Lebanon. NH 03820 (603) 794-3775 Cosmetology Keene Beauty Academy. Manchester. Portsmouth.
Route 35 & Sunset Ave. NJ 07712 (908) 918-0505 Cosmetology Manicuring < previous page page_92 next page > . NJ 07033 (201) 964-1330 Cosmetology Esthetician Instructor Manicuring Capri Institute of Hair Design 615 Winters Ave. Bloomfield. NJ 07652 (201) 599-0880 Cosmetology Esthetician Instructor Manicuring Concorde School of Hair Design 9-11 Ward St. NJ 07003 (201) 680-0099 Cosmetology Manicuring Concorde School of Hair Design. Inc.Capri Institute of Hair Design 1595 Main Ave. NJ 07011 (201) 772-4610 Cosmetology Esthetician Instructor Manicuring Capri Institute of Hair Design 660 North Michigan Ave. Paramus. Kenilworth. Ocean Township. Clifton.
Laurel Springs. 729 Haddon Ave.< previous page European Academy of Cosmetology. Elizabeth. Inc. Union City. NJ 08021 (609) 435-8100 Cosmetology Teacher Manicurist Gordon Phillips School of Beauty Culture. Inc. NJ 08648 (609) 392-4545 Cosmetology Instructor Nail Technician Jon Louis School of Beauty 225 Rt. NJ 08108 (609) 858-1900 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Gordon Phillips School of Beauty Culture. 1126 Morris Ave. 1719 Brunswick Pike Lawrenceville. 46 & Union Blvd. Inc. Collingswood. NJ 07083 (201) 686-4422 Cosmetology Crossover Instructor Brush Up Manicuring Franklin School of Cosmetology 1210-1212 East Grand St. Totowa. NJ 07201 (908) 965-0888 Cosmetology Esthetician Instructor Manicuring Gordon Phillips School of Beauty Culture. 1305 Blackwood-Clementon Rd. NJ 07512 (201) 256-7405 Hairdressing & Cosmetology page_93 next page > Page 93 . Inc.
5518 Bergenline Ave. Jersey City. NJ 07093 (201) 864-5050 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Barber P.Learning Institute for Beauty Sciences Roxbury Shopping Center 45 Sunset Strip #10 Succasunna. West New York. NJ 07601 (201) 487-2203 < previous page page_93 next page > . School of Beauty 110 Monmouth St. Hackensack. Inc. Method of Hair Design. NJ 07876 (201) 584-9030 Cosmetology Brush Up Manicuring Natural Motion Institute of Hair Design 2800 Kennedy Blvd. NJ 08030 (609) 456-4927 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Brush Up Parisian Beauty Academy 362 State St.B. Gloucester. NJ 07306 (201) 659-0303 Cosmetology Instructor Brush Up Manicuring New Horizons Institute of Cosmetology.
NJ 07060 (908) 754-4247 Cosmetology Teacher Training Brush Up Manicuring Rizzieri Institute 6001 West Lincoln Dr. NJ 08053 (609) 985-5500 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Roman Academy of Beauty Culture 431 Lafayette Ave. 312 State St. Hawthorne. NJ 08232 (609) 645-3635 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring New Mexico page_94 next page > Page 94 . Inc. NJ 08861 (908) 442-6007 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Reignbow Hair Fashion Institute 121 Watchung Ave. NJ 07506 (201) 423-2223 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Shore Beauty School 103 West Washington Ave. Perth Amboy.< previous page Cosmetology Esthetician Instructor Manicuring Paterno's Dermalogics Institute 21-23 East Blackwell St. Pleasantville. Mount Laurel. North Plainfield. NJ 07801 (201) 361-1043 Cosmetology Esthetician Instructor Training Manicuring Reignbow Beauty Academy. Dover.
Aladdin Beauty College #22 108 South Union St. Roswell, NM 88201 (505) 623-6331 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Classic Academy of Beauty P.O. Box 604 Hurley, NM 88043 (505) 537-2631 Cosmetology Instructor DeWolff College of Hairstyling & Cosmetology 6405 Lomas Ave. Northeast Albuquerque, NM 87110 (505) 268-5617 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring/Esthetician Esthetician Manicuring Eddy County Beauty College 1115 West Mermod Carlsbad, NM 88220 (505) 887-2666 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring/Pedicuring Hollywood School of Beauty & Advanced Hair Design 7915 Menaul Northeast Albuquerque, NM 87110
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(505) 299-7617 Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician Manicuring Montes Academy of Cosmetology 1515 Florida Alamogordo, NM 88310 (505) 437-9862 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Mr. John's Academy of Beauty Culture 626 East Main St. Farmington, NM 87401 (505) 327-4701 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Olympian University of Cosmetology 1810 East Tenth St. Alamogordo, NM 88310 (505) 437-2221 Cosmetology Instructor Esthetician Manicuring/Facial Specialist Manicuring Olympian University of Cosmetology 108 Wyatt Dr. Las Cruces, NM 88005 (505) 523-7181 Cosmetology Barbering Instructor Manicuring/Esthetician Manicuring New York Adirondack Beauty School 108 Dix Ave. Glens Falls, NY 12801 (518) 745-1646 Hairdressing Austin School of Beauty Culture 527 Central Ave. Albany, NY 12206 (518) 438-7879 Hairdressing
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Beauty School of Middletown 225 Dolson Ave. Middletown, NY 10940 (914) 343-2171 Hairdressing Esthetics Manicuring/Sculptured Nails Brittany Beauty Center 3272 Hempstead Turnpike Levittown, NY 11756 (516) 731-8300 Hairdressing Bronx Beauty School 2048 McGraw Ave. Bronx, NY 10462 (718) 931-7400 Hairdressing/Cosmetology Manicuring/Sculptured Nails Capri School of Hair Design 28 South Main St. Spring Valley, NY 10977 (914) 352-3636 Hairdressing Esthetics Manicuring/Hand Care Central Academy of Beauty Culture Route 94, P.O. Box 608-A Vails Gate, NY 12584 (914) 561-1617 Hairdressing Contemporary School of Beauty Culture 417 South Clinton St. Syracuse, NY 13202 (315)474-4808 Hairdressing Manicuring/Sculptured Nails
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Continental School of Beauty Culture-Batavia 215 Main St. Batavia, NY 14020 (716) 344-0886 Hairdressing Nail Speciality Continental School of Beauty Culture-Jefferson 633 Jefferson Rd. Rochester, NY 14623 (716) 272-8060 Hairdressing Esthetics Nail Speciality Continental School of Beauty Culture-Kenmore 326 Kenmore Ave. Buffalo, NY 14223 (716) 833-5016 Hairdressing Nail Speciality Continental School of Beauty Culture-Olean 515 North Union St. Olean, NY 14760 (716) 372-5095 Cosmetology Nail Speciality Continental School of Beauty Culture-West Seneca 1050 Union Rd., Southgate Plaza West Seneca, NY 14224 (716) 675-8205 Hairdressing Manicuring/Sculptured Nails Hair Design Institute at Fifth Ave. 6711 Fifth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11220 (718) 745-1000 Hairdressing Hair Design Institute at Livingston St. 169 Livingston St. Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 875-9060 Hairdressing Hair Design Institute in Flushing 54-40 Myrtle Ave. Ridgewood, NY 11385 (718) 628-4222 Hairdressing
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HeadPeople School of Hair Design 27 South Middletown Rd. Nanuet, NY 10954 (914) 623-1800 Hairdressing Manicuring/Sculptured Nails Jon Louis School of Beauty 21 North Ocean Ave. Patchogue, NY 11772 (516) 289-1950 Appearance Enhancement Hairdressing Jon Louis School of Beauty 210 East 188th St. Bronx, NY 10458 (718) 733-2828 Appearance Enhancement Hairdressing/Cosmetology Barbering/Cosmetology Crossover Jon Louis School of Beauty 171-173 Main St. White Plains, NY 10601 (914) 948-3700 Appearance Enhancement Hairdressing/Cosmetology John Louis School of Beauty 1145 Deer Park Ave. North Babylon, NY 11703 (516) 242-3322 Advanced Hairdressing Appearance Enhancement Hairdressing II Hairdressing/Cosmetology
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Hairdressing Barbering/Cosmetology Crossover Jon Louis School of Beauty 2981 Hempstead Turnpike Levittown, NY 11756 (516) 579-4545 Hairdressing Cosmetology Appearance Enhancement Hairdressing/Cosmetology Jon Louis School of Beauty 91-14 Merrick Blvd. Jamaica, NY 11432 (718) 658-6250 Advanced Hairdressing Appearance Enhancement Hairdressing II Hairdressing/Cosmetology Hairdressing Barbering/CosmetologyCrossover Learning Institute for Beauty Sciences 173 A Fulton Ave. Hempstead, NY 11550 (516) 483-6259 Hairdressing Manicuring/Sculptured Nails Learning Institute for Beauty Sciences 2384 86th St. Brooklyn, NY 11214 (718) 373-2400 Hairdressing/Cosmetology Manicuring/Sculptured Nails Learning Institute for Beauty Sciences 1645 East 16th St. Brooklyn, NY 11229 (718) 645-2400 Hairdressing Learning Institute for Beauty Sciences 38-15Broadway Astoria, NY 11103 (718) 726-8383 Hairdressing Learning Institute for Beauty Sciences 22 West 34th St. New York, NY 10001 (212) 695-4555 Hairdressing Manicuring/SculpturedNails
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NY 14150 (716) 836-6240 Hairdressing Manicuring Sculptured Nails Midway Paris Beauty School-Queens 108-22 Queens Blvd. Brooklyn. 136-12 Roosevelt Ave. NY 11217 (718) 852-4694 Cosmetology New York International Beauty School. Brooklyn. NY 10566 (914) 739-8400 < previous page page_97 next page > . NY 11375 (718) 793-0220 Hairdressing Refresher Course (varied hours) New York Beauty School 542-550 Atlantic Ave.Magic Touch Beauty Institute 1207 Quentin Rd. Flushing. Peekskill. NY 11229 (718) 376-0985 Cosmetology Wiggery MarJon School of Beauty Culture 3153 Eggert Rd. Tonawanda. Forest Hills. NY 11354 (718) 353-0064 Hairdressing Northern Westchester School of Hairdressing 19 Bank St. Ltd.
NY 10550 (914) 699-2344 Hairdressing Esthetics Manicuring/Sculptured Nails Esthetics Refresher Course (varied hours) Wilfred Academy of Hair & Beauty Culture #21 544 Route 111 Hauppauge. NY 10701 (914) 968-7500 Hairdressing/Cosmetology Manicuring/Sculptured Nails page_98 next page > Page 98 . NY 12206 (518) 459-7832 Hairdressing Phillips Hairstyling Institute 528 West Onondaga Syracuse. NY 13901 (607) 722-1279 Hairdressing Troy School of Beauty Culture 86 Congress St.< previous page Hairdressing Holistic Skin Care The Orlo School of Hair Design & Cosmetology 232 North Allen St. NY 12180 (518) 273-7741 Hairdressing/Cosmetology Hairdressing Westchester School of Beauty Culture 6 Gramatan Ave. Vernon. NY 13204 (315) 422-9656 Hairdressing Nail Specialty Shear Ego International School of Hair Design 525 Titus Ave. Binghampton. Albany. Rochester. Mt. Troy. NY 14617 (716) 342-0070 Hairdressing Triple Cities School of Beauty Culture 5 Court St. NY 11788 (516) 724-0440 Hairdressing Yonkers Beauty Culture School 28 North Broadway Yonkers.
Jacksonville. Winston-Salem. Winston-Salem. NC 27284 (910) 996-2030 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Instructor Training Manicuring Hair Stylist Academy of Cosmetology 807 Corporation Pkwy. NC 27101 (919) 748-9588 Cosmetology Manicuring Cheveux School Hair Design & Hairport. NC 27107 (910) 773-1472 Cosmetology < previous page page_98 next page > . Inc. Kernersville. NC 28540 (910) 455-5767 Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring Dudley Cosmetology University 900 East Mountain St. 3307-A Gum Branch Rd.North Carolina Aurora Beauty College 1047 Burke St.
Goldsboro. NC 28677 (704) 873-8805 Cosmetology Teaching Skills Manicuring Hank Hanna College of Beauty Culture 200 North Wilson Ave.< previous page Junior Teacher Manicuring Hair Stylists Academy of Cosmetology. NC 28303 (919) 485-6310 Cosmetology Manicuring page_99 next page > Page 99 . Greensboro. NC 27403 (919) 274-4601 Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring Instructor Manicuring Mitchell's Hairstyling Academy 1235 Buck Jones Rd. NC 27606 (919) 469-5807 Cosmetology Manicuring Mitchell's Hairstyling Academy 426 Arlington Blvd. Dunn. Statesville. NC 27858 (919) 756-3050 Cosmetology Manicuring Mitchell's Hairstyling Academy 1021 North Spence Ave. Inc. Raleigh. 113 Water St. NC 27534 (919) 778-8200 Cosmetology Manicuring Mitchell's Hairstyling Academy 222 Tallywood Shopping Center Fayetteville. Greenville. NC 28334 (910) 892-7270 Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring Leon's Beauty School 1410 West Lee St.
Goldsboro. NC 27530 (919) 580-9074 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Universal College of Beauty. NC 28216 (704) 333-6969 < previous page page_99 next page > . NC 27893 (919) 243-3158 Cosmetology Plaza School of Beauty Culture 1419C Central Ave. Inc. NC 27604 (919) 828-8775 Cosmetology Manicuring Mitchell's Hairstyling Academy Parkwood Shopping Center Wilson.. NC 28205 (704) 333-8893 Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring South Eastern College of Beauty Culture 1535 Elizabeth Ave. Charlotte. Branch #2 1701 West Trade St. Charlotte.Mitchell's Hairstyling Academy 3605-101 Bastion Lane Raleigh. NC 28204 (704) 333-4400 Cosmetology Student Teacher Manicuring Swinson's School of Cosmetic Art 305 South Center St. Charlotte.
Minot. Cleveland. Grand Forks. D Town & Country Beauty College 2400 8th Ave. Fargo. Inc. ND 58501 (701) 223-1478 Cosmetology Mr. Inc. 202 East Broadway Bismarck. 108 South Main St. OH 44106 (216) 421-2313 Cosmetology page_100 next page > Page 100 . Ave. Inc. Inc. 124 North Fourth St. 627 N. ND 58701 (701) 852-8329 Cosmetology Instructor Training Josef's School of Hair Design. Bismarck. ND 58401 (701) 252-5851 Cosmetology Teacher R.P. ND 58501 (701) 223-8804 Cosmetology II Cosmetology Ohio Beatrice Academy of Beauty 10500 Cedar Ave.< previous page Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring North Dakota The Hair Designer's Academy 2011-13 South Washington Ave.D. ND 58201 (701) 772-2728 Cosmetology Teacher Nail Technology The Headquarters Academy of Hair Design. Hairstyling College. Southwest Jamestown. ND 58102 (701) 235-0011 Cosmetology Josef's School of Hair Design.
Kettering. Dayton. Middletown. OH 45044 (513) 422-2962 Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Carousel Beauty College 111 West Kemper Rd.Carousel Beauty College 125 East Second St. OH 45420 (937) 298-5752 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Managing Manicurist Carousel Beauty College 633 South Breiel Blvd. Cincinnati. OH 45402 (513) 223-3572 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Managing Manicurist Carousel Beauty College 3120 Woodman Dr. OH 45246 (513) 895-1122 Cosmetology/ Management Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring < previous page page_100 next page > .
Huber Heights. OH 44313 (216) 867-9933 Cosmetology Teacher Training Managing Esthetics Salon Management Manicuring page_101 next page > Page 101 . 956 Springfield. Akron. OH 45504 (937) 323-0277 Cosmetology Management Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Managing Manicurist Carousel of Miami Valley Beauty College 7809 Waynetown Blvd. Dayton. Maple Heights.< previous page Carousel Beauty College 1475 Upper Valley Pike Rm. OH 44137 (216) 662-4090 Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Dayton Barber College 28 West Fifth St. OH 44126 (216) 734-5555 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Manicurist/Managers Managing Cosmetologist Manicuring Gerber's Akron Beauty School 1686 West Market St. OH 45424 (513) 233-8818 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Charmayne Beauty Academy 20880 Southgate Park Blvd. Fairview Park. OH 45402 (513) 222-9101 Barbering Barber Styling for Cosmetologists Fairview Academy 22610 Lorain Rd.
OH 44124 (216) 442-4500 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Esthetician/Manager Manicuring/Manager Manicuring International Academy of Hair Design 8419 Colerain Ave. Cincinnati. OH 44515 (330) 792-6504 Cosmetology/Management Teacher Training Managing Manicurist Salon Management Inner State Beauty School 5150 Mayfield Rd. OH 45239 (513) 741-4777 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Teacher Training Lewis. OH 43920 (330) 385-9344 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Salon Management Manicuring Marinello-Eastern Hills Academy of Hair Design 7681 Beechmont Ave. < previous page page_101 next page > . Weinberger & Hill Beauty School 128 East Fourth St. Austintown. Lyndhurst. East Liverpool.Hair Academy 6000 Mahoning Ave.
Cincinnati. Fairfield. OH 44720 (330) 499-5596 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Salon Management Manicuring Managing Manicurist page_102 next page > Page 102 . OH 45014 (513) 874-5116 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Salon Management Manicuring Moore Université of Hair Design. 6011 Montgomery Rd. North Canton. OH 45202 (513) 621-5262 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Manager Manicuring Moler-Hollywood Beauty College 985 Lila Ave. OH 45213 (513) 531-3100 Cosmetology/Mangement Cosmetology Salon Management Manicuring National Beauty College 1308 South Main St.< previous page Cincinnati. Inc. Cincinnati. OH 45150 (513) 831-8323 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Salon Management Manicuring Moler-Pickens Beauty College 6625 G Dixie Hwy. OH 45230 (513) 231-8621 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Managing/Manicuring Salon Management Manicuring Managing Manicurist Moler-Hollywood Beauty College 26 East Sixth St. Milford.
Columbus.Nationwide Beauty Academy 3120 Olentangy River Rd. OH 43213 (614) 864-1544 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Technician/Manager Manicuring Nationwide Beauty Academy 5050 North High St. OH 44052 (216) 244-4282 Cosmetology < previous page page_102 next page > . Whitehall. OH 43214 (614) 888-0790 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology ManagingEsthetics Manicuring/Nail Technician/Manager Manicuring Northern Institute of Cosmetology 667-669 Broadway Lorain. Columbus. OH 43202 (614) 261-7588 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Technician/Manager Manicuring Nationwide Beauty Academy 942 South Hamilton Rd.
OH 43207 (614) 491-0492 Cosmetology/Management Manicuring Ohio State School of Cosmetology 5970 Westerville Rd. OH 43222 (614) 351-1171 Cosmetology/Management Manicuring Ohio State School of Cosmetology East 6320 East Livingston Ave. Westerville. Columbus. Columbus. OH 43068 (614) 868-1601 Barbering Cosmetology/Management Barbering/Cosmetology Management Barbering Manicuring Ohio State School of Cosmetology-Northland 4390 Karl Rd. OH 43224 (614) 263-1861 Barbering Cosmetology/Management Barbering II Barbering I Managing Esthetics Manicuring page_103 next page > Page 103 .< previous page Ohio State Beauty Academy 57 Town Square Lima. Columbus. Reynoldsburg. OH 45801 (419) 229-7896 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Salon Management Manicuring Ohio State School of Cosmetology 3717 South High St. OH 43081 (614) 890-3535 Cosmetology/Management Manicuring Ohio State School of Cosmetology 1469 West Broad St.
Paramount Beauty Academy 917 Gallia St. Salem. OH 45662 (614) 353-2436 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Technician/Manager Salon Management Manicuring Managinng Manicurist Raphael's Salem Beauty Academy 330 East State St. Portsmouth. OH 44460 (330) 332-5407 Cosmetology/Management Teacher Training Manicurist/Manager Manicuring Managing Raphael's School of Beauty Culture 1324 Youngstown Warren Rd. OH 44505 (330) 759-9604 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring < previous page page_103 next page > . Niles. Youngstown. OH 44446 (330) 652-1559 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Managing Manicurist Raphael's School of Beauty Culture 3107½ Belmont Ave.
Cuyahoga Falls. OH 44483 (330) 395-4999 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Managing Manicurist Riggs Le Mar Beauty College 3464 Hudson Dr. OH 44221 (216) 945-4045 Cosmetology Esthetician Manager Manicuring Managing Esthetician Managing Manicurist Scott College of Cosmetology 434 Market St. Northwood. Warren. Tiffin. Inc. 2668 Mahoning Ave. OH 43952 (614) 282-3312 Cosmetology/Management Teacher Training Manicuring Tiffin Academy of Hair Design 104 East Market St. OH 43619 (419) 693-7257 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Technician/Manager Salon Management Manicuring Toledo Academy of Beauty CultureSouth 1554 South Byrne Rd. Glenbyrne Center Toledo. Steubenville. OH 43614 (419) 381-7218 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Technician/Manager Salon Management Manicuring page_104 next page > Page 104 .< previous page Raphael's School of Beauty Culture. OH 44883 (419) 447-3117 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Managing Manicurist Toledo Academy of Beauty Culture-East 2592 Woodville Rd.
Cleveland. OH 44118 (216) 321-4465 Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Vogue Beauty Academy 2051 East Fourth St. OH 43612 (419) 478-6660 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Technician/Manager Salon Management Manicuring Valley Beauty School 252 Front St. OH 44115 (216) 621-5552 Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring < previous page page_104 next page > . Toledo. OH 45750 (614) 373-3617 Cosmetology/Management Vogue Beauty Academy 13238 Cedar Rd. Cleveland Heights.Toledo Academy of Beauty CultureNorth 5020 Lewis Ave. Marietta.
OK 73533 (405) 255-6501 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor American Beauty College 7337 South Western Oklahoma City. Cincinnati. OK 73505 (405) 355-6573 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #12 607 Grand Chickasha. OK 73521 (405) 482-1818 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Aladdin Beauty College #11 1026 Northwest 38th St. Duncan.< previous page Western Hills School of Beauty & Hair Design 6490 Glenway Ave. OH 45211 (513) 574-3818 Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Managing Esthetics Manicuring/Nail Technician/Manager Salon Management Managing Manicurist Oklahoma Aladdin Beauty College #9 212 West Commerce St. Clinton. OK 73601 (405) 323-6279 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Aladdin Beauty College #23 2103 West Beech St. Altus. OK 73018 (405) 224-8080 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Aladdin Beauty College #20 1406 Gary Blvd. OK 73139 (405) 632-5501 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring page_105 next page > Page 105 . Lawton.
OK 74012 (918) 251-9660 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Esthetician CC's Cosmetology College 11630 East 21st St. Tahlequah. OK 74129 (918) 234-9444 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring/Technician CC's Cosmetology College 206 East Duke Hugo. OK 74743 (405) 326-5475 Cosmetology Teacher Training < previous page page_105 next page > . OK 74465 (918) 456-6360 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Instructor Broken Arrow Beauty College 400 South Elm Place Broken Arrow. South Tulsa. OK 73401 (405) 223-3322 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Esthetics Beauty Technical College 1600 Downing St.American Beauty Institute 123 West Main Ardmore.
< previous page CC's Cosmetology College 1026 West Main Durant. Lawton. OK 74112 (918) 836-7376 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring page_106 next page > Page 106 . OK 74701 (405) 924-6230 Cosmetology Instructor Central State Beauty Academy 8442 Northwest Expressway Oklahoma City. OK 73701 (405) 237-6677 Cosmetology Instructor Training Eve's College of Hairstyling 912 C Ave. OK 74501 (918) 423-8549 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Esthetician Enid Beauty College. OK 73162 (405) 722-4499 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Esthetician Claremore Beauty College 200 North Cherokee Claremore. McAlester. OK 73501 (405) 355-6620 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring International Academy of Cosmetology 1707 South Sheridan Tulsa. Inc. 1601 East Broadway Enid. OK 74017 (918) 341-4370 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Dixon College 115 North First St.
Sand Springs. OK 74037 (918) 245-6627 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Esthetician Okmulgee School of Hair Design 223 West 6th Okmulgee. OK 74601 (405) 762-1470 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Poteau Beauty College Hwy. OK 74953 (918) 647-4119 Cosmetology Manicuring Instructor Sand Springs Beauty College 28 East Second St. 271 North Route #3.Jenks Beauty College 535 West Main Jenks. Ponca City. OK 74063 (918) 245-6627 Barbering Cosmetology < previous page page_106 next page > . Box 334 Poteau. OK 74447 (918) 756-5566 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Ponca City Beauty College 122 North First St.
OK 73801 (405) 256-7520 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring page_107 next page > Page 107 . Muskogee. OK 74701 (405) 924-1049 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Stillwater Beauty Academy 1684 Cimarron Plaza Stillwater. OK 74401 (918) 682-9429 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Woodward Beauty College 502 Texas Woodward. Durant. Oklahoma City. OK 74745 (405) 286-7840 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Shampoo Academy of Hair 2630 West Britton Rd. OK 73120 (405) 755-0110 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Esthetician Southern School of Beauty 140 West Main St. OK 74075 (405) 377-4100 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Facial Virgil's Beauty College 111 South Ninth St.< previous page Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Esthetician School of Hair Design 1437 Southeast Washington Idabel.
OR 97301 (503) 585-8122 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Nail Technology Hair Design Barbering Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Facial Technology Artistic School of Hair Design 130 Southeast K St. Yukon. Suite G Eugene. OR 97405 (541) 342-2108 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Facial Technician/Hairdressing Hair Design Barbering Teacher Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Academy of Hair Design. Grants Pass. Northeast Salem.Yukon Beauty College 1231 South 11th St. 305 Court St. OR 97526 < previous page page_107 next page > .. Inc. OK 73099 (405) 354-3172 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Esthetician Oregon A'Art College of Beauty 2101 Bailey Hill Rd.
Medford. OR 97103 (503) 325-3163 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Facial Technology Hair Design Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Facial Technology Beau Monde College of Hair Design 1026 Southwest Salmon St. Portland. OR 97205 (503) 226-7355 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Facial Technology Hair Design Barbering Teacher Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Facial Technology page_108 next page > Page 108 . OR 97501 (541) 772-2113 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Facial Technician/Hairdressing Barber/Hairdresser Teacher Facial Technician/Manicuring Manicuring Facial Technician Astoria Beauty College 1180 Commercial St.< previous page (541) 479-8957 Full Combination Course (HAIR/SKI/MAN) Facial Technician/Hairdressing Hairdressing/Manicuring Barber/Hairdressing Teacher Facial Technician/Manicuring Nail Technician Facial Technology Artistic School of Hair Design of Medford 2370 Jacksonville Hwy. Astoria.
Klamath Falls. OR 97305 (503) 588-5888 Fulll Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Facial Technology Hair Design Teacher Nail Technology Facial Technician/Manicuring Facial Technology Edward Wadsworth Institute for Hair Design 3301 Northeast Sandy Blvd.College of Cosmetology 357 East Main St. Portland. OR 97232 (503) 239-0838 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Facial Technician/Hairdressing Hair Design Barbering Teacher Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Facial Technology Cadet (Teacher Refresher) < previous page page_108 next page > . Northeast Salem. OR 97601 (541) 882-6644 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Barber/Hairdresser Instructor Training Facial Technician/Manicuring Manicuring College of Hair Design Careers 3322 Lancaster Dr.
OR 97005 (503) 646-3181 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Facial Technology Hair Design Nail Technology Milwaukie Beauty Sehool 6128 Southeast King Rd. OR 97838 (503) 567-7040 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hair Design Nail Technology Facial Technology Phagan's Beauty College 142 Southwest Second St. OR 97333 (503) 753-7770 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Nail Technology Hair Design Barbering Teacher Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Facial Technology page_109 next page > Page 109 .< previous page Magee Brothers Beaverton School of Beauty 4500 Southwest Watson Beaverton. Milwaukie. OR 97222 (503) 659-2834 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Facial Technology Hair Design Teacher Facial Technician/Manicuring Nail Technology Facial Technology Oregon College of Beauty & Barbering 672 East Main Hermiston. Corvallis.
Grants Pass. OR 97701 (503) 382-6171 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Nail Technology Hair Design Barbering Teacher Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Facial Technology Phagan's Gateway College of Beauty 11131 Northeast Halsey Portland. OR 97220 (503) 255-8580 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Phagan's Grants Pass College of Beauty 226 Southeast ''H" St. OR 97526 (503) 479-6678 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Nail Technology Hair Design Barbering Teacher Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Facial Technology < previous page page_109 next page > .Phagan's Central Oregon Beauty College 355 Northeast Second Bend.
OR 97365 (541) 265-3083 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hair Design Barbering Nail Technology Facial Technician/Manicuring Facial Technology Cadet Teacher Phagan's School of Beauty 622 Lancaster Northeast Salem. Medford. OR 97301 (503) 363-6800 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Nail Technology Hair Design Barbering Teacher Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Facial Technology Phagan's School of Hair Design 16550 Southeast McLoughlin Blvd.< previous page Phagan's Medford Beauty School 2366 Poplar Dr. Milwaukie. OR 97222 (503) 652-2668 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Nail Technology Hair Design Barbering Cadet Instructor Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Facial Technology page_110 next page > Page 110 . Newport. OR 97504 (503) 772-6155 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Nail Technology Hair Design Barbering Teacher Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Facial Technology Phagan's Newport Academy of Cosmetology Careers 333 Southwest 7th St.
OR 97477 (541) 746-4473 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Facial Technician/Hairdressing Barber/Hairdresser Teacher Facial Technology/Nail Technology Manicuring Facial Technician < previous page page_110 next page > . 700 Southeast Stephens Roseburg. Tigard. OR 97223 (503) 639-6107 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Roseburg Beauty College.Phagan's Tigard Beauty School 8820 Southwest Center St. OR 97470 (503) 673-5533 Full Combination Course (HAIR-SKI-MAN) Hairdressing/Manicuring Hair Design/Facial Technology Hair Design Facial Technology/Nail Technology Nail Technology Facial Technology Springfield College of Beauty 727 Main St. Springfield. Inc.
Inc. Inc. PA 18103 (610) 437-4626 Cosmetologist Teacher Manager Manicurist Altoona Beauty School of Hair Design & Cosmetology 1100 Sixth Ave. PA 16602 (814) 942-3141 Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Ambler Beauty Academy. Altoona. PA 17815 (717) 784-1020 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Salon Management Skin Care/Make-Up Allentown School of Cosmetology. PA 19002 (215) 643-5994 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cosmetician Manicuring page_111 next page > Page 111 . PA 18704 (717) 288-4574 Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Academy of Hair Design 5 East Third St.< previous page Pennsylvania The Academy of Creative Hair Design Narrows Mall Kingston. 50 East Butler Pike Ambler. Bloomsburg. Allentown. 1921 Union Blvd.
Philadelphia.Baron's Castle Beauty Academy 4011 Cottman Ave. Beaver Falls. PA 16001 (412) 287-0708 Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Clearfield Beauty Academy 22 North Third St. PA 19135 (215) 338-1500 Cosmetology Aesthetician Teacher/Manager Teacher Training Advanced Manicuring Salon Management Cosmetician Manicuring Beaver Falls Beauty Academy 720 13th St. Inc. < previous page page_111 next page > . PA 15010 (412) 843-7700 Cosmetology Teacher Training Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Bucks County School of Beauty Culture. 1761 Bustleton Pike Feasterville. PA 19047 (215) 322-0666 Clinic Hair Hair II Hair I Clinic (Non-Hair) Clinic Skin Care Electrology Fundamentals of Non-Hair Manicuring Butler Beauty School 233 South Main St. Butler.
Lebanon. Wheatland Shopping Ctr. Scranton.< previous page Clearfield. PA 17401 (717) 854-7698 Cosmetology Make-Up/Teacher Make-Up/Manicuring Teacher II Teacher Training Skin Care/Make-Up II Salon Management Skin Care/Make-Up Nail Technician page_112 next page > Page 112 . PA 17604 (717) 394-8561 Beauty Culture Make-Up Artist/Teacher Make-Up Artist/Manicuring Beauty CultureTeacher Make-Up Artist/Skin Care Salon Management Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 1135 South Edgar St. PA 16830 (814) 765-2022 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cosmetician Manicuring Empire-Lackawanna Beauty School 219 Lackawanna Ave. York. Lancaster. PA 18503 (717) 346-1465 Cosmetology Make-Up/Teacher Make-Up/Manicuring Teacher II Teacher Training Skin Care/Make-Up II Salon Management Skin Care/Make-Up Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 38 South Eighth St. PA 17042 (717) 272-3323 Beauty Culture Operator Make-Up Artist/Teacher Training Make-Up Artist/Manicuring Beauty CultureTeacher Beauty Culture Manager Make-Up Artist/Skin Care Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 1801 Columbia Ave.
Empire Beauty School Orchard Hills Plaza Shamokin. PA 18042 (215) 253-7000 Cosmetology Make-Up/Skin Care/Teacher Training Make-Up/Skin Care/Manicuring Teacher Training II Teacher Training I Make-Up/Skin Care Manager Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 124 West Broad St. PA 17876 (717) 743-1410 Cosmetology Make-Up/Skin Care/Teacher Training Make-Up/Skin Care/Manicuring Teacher Training II Teacher Training I Make-Up/Skin Care Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 60 Centre Square Easton. Hazelton. PA 18201 (717) 454-8461 Cosmetology Teacher II Teacher Training Nail Technician < previous page page_112 next page > .
PA 19605 (215) 372-2777 Cosmetology Make-Up/Teacher Make-Up/Manicuring Teacher II Teacher Training Skin Care/Make-Up II Salon Management Skin Care/Make-Up Nail Technician page_113 next page > Page 113 . Wilkes-Barre. PA 18701 (717) 823-5987 Cosmetology Make-Up/Teacher Make-Up/Manicuring Teacher II Teacher Training Skin Care/Make-Up II Salon Management Skin Care/Make-Up Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 2302 North Fifth St Reading. Lewistown. Williamsport. PA 17701 (717) 322-8243 Cosmetology Make-Up/Teacher Make-Up/Manicuring Teacher II Teacher Training Skin Care/Make-Up II Salon Management Skin Care/Make-Up Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 117 South Main St. PA 17044 (717) 248-5408 Cosmetology Teacher II Teacher Training Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 342 West Fourth St.< previous page Empire Beauty School 101 East Market St.
Empire Beauty School 3941 Jonestown Rd. Harrisburg, PA 17901 (717) 652-8500 Cosmetology Make-Up/Teacher Make-Up/Manicuring Teacher II Teacher Training Skin Care/Makeup II Salon Management Skin Care/Make-Up Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 1634 MacArthur Rd. Whitehall, PA 18052 (610) 776-8908 Cosmetology Make-Up/Teacher Make-Up/Manicuring Teacher II Teacher Training Skin Care/Make-Up II Salon Management Skin Care/Make-Up Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 5103 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 (717) 731-8220 Cosmetology Teacher II Teacher Training Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 324 North Centre St. Pottsville, PA 17901 (717) 622-6060 Cosmetology Teacher II Teacher Training Nail Technician
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Empire Beauty School 208 West Hamilton St. State College, PA 16801 (814) 238-1961 Cosmetology Teacher II Teacher Training Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 141 High St. Pottstown, PA 19464 (215) 327-1313 Cosmetology Teacher II Teacher Training Salon Management Nail Technician Empire Beauty School 435 York Rd. Warminster, PA 18974 (215) 443-8446 Cosmetology Teacher II Teacher Training Salon Management Nail Technician Empire Beauty School of Chambers, Inc. Southgate Shopping Center, 171 Cedar Ave. Chambersburg, PA 17201 (717) 264-6300 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manager Nail Technician Empire Beauty School, Inc. Clearview Shopping Ctr. Carlise St. Hanover, PA 17331 (717) 633-6201 Operator Teacher II Teacher Training Nail Technician Gordon Phillips School of Beauty Hillcrest Plaza 108 West Germantown Pike Norristown, PA 19401 (610) 352-1776 Basic Cosmetology/Teachers Basic Cosmetology/Managers Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring
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Gordon Phillips School of Beauty Culture 1522 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19104 (215) 376-4774 Basic Cosmetology/Teachers Basic Cosmetology/Managers Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Gordon Phillips School of Beauty Culture 68 Garrett Rd. Upper Darby, PA 19082 (215) 352-5464 Basic Cosmetology/Teachers Basic Cosmetology/Managers Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Gordon Phillips School of Beauty Culture 313 West Market St. West Chester, PA 19382 (610) 344-7665 Cosmetology/Teacher Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring
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Gordon Phillips School of Beauty Culture 2632 South Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19145 (215) 561-2400 Cosmetology Teacher/Manager Manicuring Gordon Phillips School of Beauty Culture, Inc. The Plaza on Mall Blvd. Monroeville, PA 15146 (412) 373-7727 Cosmetology/Salon Management Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Gordon Phillips/Rudemar School of Beauty Culture 7248 Frankford Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19135 (215) 331-4444 Basic Cosmetology/Teachers Basic Cosmetology/Managers Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Jean Madeline Education Center for Cosmetology 315A Bainbridge St. Philadelphia, PA 19147 (215) 238-9998 Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Skin Care Manicuring Kittanning Beauty School of Cosmetology Arts 120 Market St. Kittanning, PA 16201 (800) 833-4247 Operator Teacher's Course Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring
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Lancaster School of Cosmetology, Inc. 50 Ranck Ave. Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 299-0200 Cosmetology Teacher Training Electrolysis Manicuring Skin Care/Make-Up Lansdale School of Cosmetology, Inc. 215 West Main St. Lansdale, PA 19446 (215) 362-2322 Cosmetology Teacher Training Skin Care Manicuring Levittown Beauty Academy 4257 Newportville Rd. Levittown, PA 19056 (215) 943-0298 Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring New Castle School of Beauty Culture 314 East Washington St. New Castle, PA 16101 (412) 654-6611 Cosmetology Teacher's Course Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring North Hills Beauty Academy 434 Perry Hwy. Pittsburgh, PA 15229 (412) 931-8553
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Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring/Nail Design Managers Skin Care/Make-Up Penn State Cosmetology Academy 2200 East State St. Hermitage, PA 16148 (412) 347-4503 Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Pennsylvania Academy of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences 19 North Brady St. Dubois, PA 15801 (814) 371-4151 Cosmetology Teacher Training Pennsylvania Academy of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences 2445 Bedford St. Johnstown, PA 15904 (814) 269-3444 Cosmetology Teacher Training Pittsburgh Beauty Academy 415 Smithfield St. Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (412) 471-0270 Specialized Cosmetology Management Master Teacher Master Salon Management Skin Care/Make-Up II Barbering Technology Cosmetology Master Skin Care/Electrolysis Master Skin Care/Manicuring Teacher Training Salon Management Electrolysis Manicuring Skin Care/Make-Up Skin Care
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PA 15068 (412) 337-8500 Master Teacher Skin Care/Make-Up II Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Skin Care/Make-Up Pruonto's Hair Design Institute 705 12th St. PA 16602 (814) 944-4494 Cosmetology Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring < previous page page_116 next page > .Pittsburgh Beauty Academy of Charleroi 313 Fifth St. PA 15022 (412) 483-3551 Master CosmetologyTeacher MasterSkin Care/Make-Up General Cosmetology CosmetologyTeacher Esthetics Skin Care/Make-Up Skin Care Pittsburgh Beauty Academy of Greensburg 1000 West Pittsburgh St. Charleroi. Greensburg. Altoona. New Kensington. PA 15601 (412) 834-3188 Master Teacher Master Skin Care/Make-Up Cosmetology CosmetologyTeacher Esthetics Skin Care/Make-Up Manicuring Pittsburgh Beauty Academy of New Kensington 851 Fifth Ave.
PA 19145 (215) 334-3030 Cosmetology Teacher/Manager Cosmetician Manicuring/Sculptured Nails Manicuring Stroudsburg School of Cosmetology 100 North Eighth St. PA 19602 (610) 378-1005 Master Cosmetology Teacher II Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Signature Beauty Academy & Supply. Stroudsburg. PA 15216 (412) 561-3381 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cosmetician Manicuring Salon Management South Philadelphia Beauty Academy 1933 West Passyunk Ave. 129 Charles St. PA 15767 (800) 848-4247 Cosmetology Teacher's Course Teacher Training Salon Management Manicuring Randy Rick Beauty Academy 450 Penn St. Reading. Red Lion. PA 17356 (717) 246-3796 Cosmetology Teacher Training Cosmetician Manager Manicuring South Hills Beauty Academy 3269 West Liberty Ave. PA 18360 (717) 421-3387 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring page_117 next page > Page 117 . Philadelphia. Punxsutawney. Inc.< previous page Punxy Beauty School of Cosmetology Arts & Science 222 North Findley St. Pittsburgh.
Ponce de Leon 904. Uniontown.Uniontown Beauty Academy 31 Pittsburgh St. Miramar Santurce. PR 00619 (787) 780-4000 Cosmetology Advanced Hairstyling Barbering < previous page page_117 next page > . PR 00907 (787) 723-4672 Esthetics Cosmetology American Business College Calle Marti #19 Bayamon. PA 19079 (610) 586-2500 Cosmetology Teacher Training Electrolysis Manicuring Salon Management Cosmetician Puerto Rico Academia Maison D'Esthetique Ave. PA 15401 (412) 438-7111 Cosmetology Master Skin Care/Electrolysis Teacher Training Manicuring Venus Beauty School 1033 Chester Pike Sharon Hills.
PR 00725 (787) 743-3679 Barbering Cosmetology Barbering/Styling Advanced Hairstyling Nail Design D'Carmen Beauty & Technical College Ave. PR 00680 (787) 833-0980 Cosmetology Barbering Advanced Hairstyling Esthetician Pivot Point Techniques Make-Up Specialist page_118 next page > Page 118 . Rio Piedras. PR 00791 (787) 852-8655 Barbering Cosmetology Advanced Hairstyling Esthetics/Make/Up Manicuring/Sculptured Nails Emma's Beauty Academy Munoz Rivera #9 Oeste Mayaguez. PR 00737 (787) 738-6999 Barbering Cosmetology Barbering II Cosmetology II Styling/Make-Up Nail Technician Caribbean Beauty & Technical Institute 60 Georgetti St.< previous page Nail Technician Cosmetology Advanced Cosmetology Barber Hairstylist Cadimar College Calle Jose de Diego #106 (Altos) Apto. PR 00928 (787) 754-7930 Basic Barbering Basic Cosmetology Barber Styling Advanced Cosmetology Nail Design Caribbean Beauty & Technical Institute Acosta #24 Caguas. Font Martelo #111 Altos Box 38 Humacao. 884 Cayey.
PR 00612 (787) 880-7777 Cosmetology Barbering Advanced Hairstyling Esthetician Instituto de Education Tecnica Ocupacional LaReine < previous page page_118 next page > .O. PR 00731 (787) 840-8779 Basic Cosmetology Barbering Master Coiffure Creation Esthetician Make-Up Institute of Beauty Careers Ave. PR 00612 (787) 878-2880 Barbering Cosmetology Esthetician Advanced Hairstyling Advanced Barbering Advanced Cosmetology/ Barbering Nail Technician Instituto de Educacion Tecnica Ocupacional LaReine Ave. Box 809 Arecibo. Box 1910 Arecibo. Jose de Diego #261.Emma's Beauty Academy Calle Salud #68 Esquina Comercio Ponce. Altos P. Llorens Torres #199 P.O.
PR 00960 (787) 798-7500 Barbering Cosmetology Advanced Cosmetology Esthetician Pivot Point Techniques page_119 next page > Page 119 . PR 00701 (787)854-1119 Cosmetology Barbering Advanced Hairstyling Esthetics/Make-Up Instituto de Estetica y Belleza Marugie Calle Dr. Borinquena #1058 Urb. PR 00641 (787) 894-1395 Barbering Cosmetology Advanced Cosmetology Nail Technique Modern Hairstyling Institute Dr.Veve #183 Bayamon. Cueto St. PR 00959 (787) 798-6400 Barbering Basic Cosmetology Esthetics/Make-Up Super Master Nail Technician Professional Make-Up Instituto de Estetica y Belleza Marugie Gonzalez Esq. PR 00925 (787) 798-6400 Barbering Basic Cosmetology Esthetician Super Master Professional Make-Up Nail Technician Instituto Irma Valentin Betances St #18 Manati. Santa Rita Rio Piedras. Veve #57 Bayamon. #20 Utuado. PR 00674 (787) 854-2316 Cosmetology Barbering Advanced Cosmetology Nail Technician Instituto Irma Valentin-Utuado Dr.< previous page Avenida Colon A-8 Manati.
PR 00648 (787) 863-9911 Cosmetology Advanced Hairstyling Rogie's School of Beauty Culture P. Box 19828 1315 Ponce de Leon Ave. Munoz Rivera Rio Piedras. PR 00927 (787) 765-1906 Barbering Cosmetology Advanced Cosmetology Pivot Point Techniques Modern Hairstyling Institute 3 De Diego St. 3 Km.Modern Hairstyling Institute 988 Ave. 44.8 Edif Coop. PR 00630 (787) 752-8383 Barbering Cosmetology Advanced Cosmetology Pivot Point Techniques Modern Hairstyling Institute Carr No. Fajardo. Roosevelt Rd. Carolina.O. PR 00910 (787) 722-2293 Barbering Cosmetology Advanced Cosmetology/Barbering Esthetics/Make-Up Professional Make-Up Manicuring/Sculptured Nails < previous page page_119 next page > . San Juan.
PR 00909 (787) 727-7313 Cosmetology Advanced Hairstyling Nail Master Rhode Island Arthur Angelo School of Cosmetology & Hair Design 151 Broadway Providence. Plaza San Alfon Caguas. & Degetau St. RI 02903 (401) 272-4300 Cosmetology Master Esthetician Esthetics Manicuring Instructor page_120 next page > Page 120 . PR 00725 (787) 722-2293 Barbering Cosmetology Advanced Hairstyling Esthetician Manicuring/Sculptured Nails Professional Make-Up Serbia's School of Beauty Culture Calle Palmer #61 Guayama. PR 00654 (787) 864-7254 Cosmetology Barbering Styling Advanced Hairstyling Esthetician II Nail Technician Professional Make-Up Star Beauty Academy Degetau St #19 Bayamon.PR00619 (787) 740-7490 Barbering Styling Cosmetology Styling Advanced Cosmetology/Styling Nail Technician Professional Make-Up Teddy Ulmo Institute of Advanced Hair Styling Avenida Fernandez Juncos #1859 Segundo Piso Santurce.< previous page Rogie's School of Beauty Culture Gautier Benitez Ave.
RI 02860 (401) 272-9510 Cosmetology Instructor Newport School of Hairdressing 490 Metacom Ave. RI 02914 (401) 431-1717 Cosmetology Manicuring Instructor Newport School of Hairdressing 226 Main St Pawtucket. RI 02910 (401) 461-7990 Cosmetology Manicuring Warwick Academy of Beauty Culture 1800 Post Rd. Wampanoag Mall East Providence. Bristol. RI 02886 (401) 737-4646 Cosmetology Esthetician Manicuring < previous page page_120 next page > . Warwick. Cranston. RI 02809 (401) 253-5981 Cosmetology Manicuring Newport School of Hairdressing 50 Rolfe St.Loretta's School of Cosmetology 1925 Pawtucket Ave.
< previous page South Carolina Academy of Cosmetology. SC 29115 (803) 534-8895 Cosmetology Kenneth Shuler's School of Cosmetology 1730 Broad River Rd. Cayce. SC 29210 (803) 798-8515 Cosmetology Manicuring page_121 next page > Page 121 . Columbia. SC 29418 (803) 552-3241 Cosmetology Teacher Manicuring Academy of Hair Technology 3715 East North St. SC 29033 (803) 796-5252 Cosmetology Nail Technology Kenneth Shuler's School of Cosmetics & Hair Design 736 Martintown Rd. 52 South Moncks Comer. SC 29301 (864) 585-3014 Cosmetology Columbia Beauty School 1824 Airport Blvd. SC 29615 (864) 322-0300 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Technician Advance Beauty College 180 Hall St Spartanburg. Charleston. SC 29461 (803) 899-2000 Cosmetology Manicuring II Academy of Hair Design 5060 Dorchester Rd. SC 29841 (803) 278-1200 Cosmetology Kenneth Shuler's School of Cosmetics & Hair Design 580 Middleton St Orangeburg. North Augusta. Suite F Greenville. Inc 105 Hwy.
West Myrtle Beach. Joe St. < previous page page_121 next page > . SC 29572 (803) 449-1017 Cosmetology Teacher Skin Care Manicuring South Dakota Black Hills Beauty College 623 St.Kenneth Schuler's School of Cosmetology 321-B Bells Hwy. North Charleston. SC 29405 (803) 747-7173 Cosmetology Manicuring Piedmont College of Hair Design 491 Union St Spartanburg. SC 29730 (704) 328-5166 Cosmetology Skin Care Manicuring Strand College of Hair Design 423 79th Ave. Walterboro. Rock Hill. SC 29304 (864) 585-5293 Cosmetology Teacher Plaza School of Beauty Culture 946 Oakland Ave. SC 29488 (803) 549-2626 Cosmetology LaParisienne Cosmetology Institute 3310 Rivers Ave.
TN 37334 (615)433-1305 Cosmetology Manicuring Esthetician Teacher Training II Hair Academy 120 Center Park Dr.< previous page Rapid City. 529 Main St. TN 38128 (901) 373-9830 Cosmetology Teacher Training Nail Technology Refresher Course page_122 next page > Page 122 . Memphis. Morristown. SD 57701 (605) 342-0697 Cosmetology Headlines Academy. Rapid City. SD 57701 (605) 348-4247 Cosmetology Tennessee Alma's Beauty College 1339 Madison Memphis. TN 38104 (901) 345-6441 Cosmetology Manicuring Teacher Training Cutter's Corner Academy 3606 West Andrew Johnson Hwy. TN 37922 (423) 966-0400 Cosmetology The Hair Design School 3515 Ramil Rd. Inc. Knoxville. TN 38103 (901) 526-7006 Barber Styling Fayetteville Beauty School SW Corner Public Square Fayetteville. TN 37814 (423) 587-6712 Cosmetology Ebonii Barber College 214 Monroe Memphis.
TN 38301 (901) 427-6641 Cosmetology Manicuring New Direction Hair Academy 140-141 South Dupree Brownsville. Jackson. TN 38012 (901) 772-7771 Cosmetology Manicuring New Wave Hair Academy 804 South Highland Memphis. Nashville. TN 38111 (901) 320-9283 Cosmetology Manicuring Plaza Beauty School 4682 Spottswood Memphis. Inc. TN 38117 (901) 761-4445 Cosmetology Nail Technology Stylemasters Beauty Academy 223 North Cumberland Lebanon. TN 37087 (615) 444-4908 Cosmetology < previous page page_122 next page > .Jon Nave University of Cosmetology. TN 37209 (615) 383-2255 Cosmetology Skin Care Teacher Training Nail Technology McCollum & Ross. The Hair School 1433 Hollywood Dr. 5128 Charlotte Ave.
168 Randolph Rd. TN 37211 (615) 781-1500 Cosmetology page_123 next page > Page 123 . TN 37830 (615) 482-4936 Cosmetology Manicuring Teacher Training Volunteer Beauty Academy 661 South Water St. TN 38024 (901) 285-1453 Cosmetology Volunteer Beauty Academy 1791 North Gallatin Rd.< previous page Manicuring Teacher Training Tennessee Academy of Cosmetology 5720-C Stage Rd. TN 37115 (615) 860-4200 Cosmetology Nail Technology Volunteer Beauty Academy of Lawrenceburg 5666 Nolensville Rd. TN 37066 (615) 452-9977 Cosmetology Volunteer Beauty Academy 1057 A Vendell Rd. Madison. Dyersburg. TN 38125 (901) 388-1687 Cosmetology Nail Technology Tennessee School of Beauty 4551 Kingston Pike #1092 Knoxville. Inc. Gallatin. TN 37919 (615) 588-7878 Cosmetology Manicuring Teacher Training Tennessee School of Beauty. Bartlett. Nashville. Oak Ridge. Memphis. TN 38134 (901) 382-9085 Cosmetology Esthetican Nail Technology Tennessee Academy of Cosmetology 7020 East Shelby Dr.
. 1960 West. TN 37130 (615) 893-1346 Cosmetology Texas Academy of Hair Design 744 F. TX 79760 (915) 337-1044 < previous page page_123 next page > .Volunteer Beauty Academy of Murfreesboro 809 South Tennessee Blvd. Suite G Houston. Suite 195 Plano. TX 75074 (214) 881-0577 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #4 500 West University Odessa. Murfreesboro. TX 76308 (817) 691-3875 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #3 1200 East Parker Rd. TX 77090 (281) 893-1960 Cosmetology Manicuring Skin Care Aladdin Beauty College #1 #1 Eureka Circle Wichita Falls.M.
TX 76116 (817) 244-5406 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #17 1720 West Houston Sherman. Suite 1 Cleburene. Hurst. TX 76010 (817) 460-7061 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #7 738 East Pipeline Rd. TX 79603 (915) 673-4754 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #13 1663 West Henderson. TX 79925 (915) 779-8000 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring page_124 next page > Page 124 . 80 West Fort Worth. Abilene. TX 76053 (817) 282-1371 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #8 2940 North First St.< previous page Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #5 793 East Park Row Arlington. TX 75090 (903) 893-2633 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #18 6560 Montana El Paso. TX 76031 (817) 645-3951 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #15 8151 Hwy.
TX 75218 (214) 327-7369 Cosmetology Teacher Training Aladdin Beauty College #26 3330 North Galloway. TX 76201 (214) 416-2112 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #24 3068 Forest Lane. TX 79761 (915) 694-6616 Cosmetology Teacher Training Aladdin Beauty College #21 407 Sunset Dr. Midland. Suite 125 Dallas. Denton. TX 75234 (214) 484-6681 Cosmetology Teacher Training Aladdin Beauty College #25 11515 Garland Rd. Dallas. TX 75150 (972) 682-5333 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring < previous page page_124 next page > .Aladdin Beauty College #19 900 South Midkiff St. Suite 160 Mesquite.
Dallas. TX 75116 (214) 709-4045 Cosmetology Teacher Training American Beauty College. San Antonio. TX 79103 (806) 371-7600 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Instructor III Anderson County Beauty College 217 West Oak St. TX 75226 (214) 827-8133 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #32 667 Oriole Duncanville. North San Angelo. Palestine. TX 75460 (214) 893-2633 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #31 3221 Gaston Ave. TX 78218 (210) 653-4220 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Amerillo College of Hairdressing. Inc. Inc. 96 Lanark St.< previous page Aladdin Beauty College #28 1722 West Ave. TX 76904 (915) 658-8813 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Aladdin Beauty College #29 3044 Clarksville St. Paris. TX 75801 (214) 729-0801 Cosmetology page_125 next page > Page 125 . 2400 East 27th Amarillo.
35 North Round Rock. Temple. TX 78758 (512) 458-4127 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Facial Specialist Shampoo Specialist Central Texas Beauty College 2010 South 57th St. TX 76501 (817) 773-9911 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Central Texas Beauty College #2 1208 D I.H. TX 77801 (409) 776-4375 Cosmetology < previous page page_125 next page > . Austin. #103 Austin. TX 78664 (512) 244-2235 Cosmetology Teacher Training Facialist Manicuring Charles & Sue's School of Hair Design 1711 Briarcrest Dr.Baldwin Beauty School #5 3005 South Lamar. Bryan. TX 78704 (512) 441-6898 Operator Instructor Training Manicuring Facial Shampooing Baldwin Beauty School-North 8440 Burnet Rd.
Conroe. TX 75240 (214) 669-0494 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Esthetics Exposito School of Hair Design 3710 Mockingbird Land Amarillo. TX 77301 (409) 539-6770 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Shampoo Technician Conlee College of Cosmetology 402 Quinlan Kerrville. TX 77036 (713) 783-9988 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Skin Care Circle J. TX 77587 (713) 946-5055 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Advanced Manicuring Classic Beauty Academy 1212D South Frazier St.< previous page Teacher Training Manicuring Christine Valmy Institute of Cosmetology 7011 Harwin #100 Houston. TX 79109 (806) 355-9111 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Shampoo Specialist page_126 next page > Page 126 . Beauty School 1611-E Spencer South Houston. TX 78028 (210) 896-2380 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Cosmetology Career Center 8030 Spring Valley Dallas.
TX 75040 (214) 53530-1103 Cosmetology Manicuring Facial/Esthetician International Beauty College #4 2413 West Airport Freeway living. TX 77021 (713) 733-5403 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Instructor III Shampoo Specialist International Beauty College #3 1225 Beltline Rd.. Suite 7 Garland. TX 76110 (817) 924-4280 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Fort Worth Beauty School-West 6741 Camp Bowie Fort Worth. Houston.Fort Worth Beauty School 2820 Hemphill Fort Worth. TX 76116 (817) 735-4412 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Franklin Beauty School #2 4965 Martin Luther King Blvd. TX 75062 (214) 255-1176 Cosmetology < previous page page_126 next page > .
TX 77573 (713) 332-6604 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Facialist Jones Beauty College 719 North Hampton Rd. TX 75149 (214) 288-5485 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring page_127 next page > Page 127 . North Marshall. Suite C League City.< previous page Teacher Training Manicuring Facial Specialist Instructor Training Jackson Beauty School 223 West Main. TX 75115 (214) 230-9221 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Jones Beauty College #2 311-A East Hwy 303 Grand Prairie. Laredo. TX 75670 (903) 935-9386 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Metroplex Beauty School 519 North Galloway Mesquite. TX 78043 (210) 723-2059 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Lonnie's School of Hair Design 4661 Concord Beaumont. TX 77703 (409) 892-0677 Cosmetology Manicuring Marshall College of Beauty 2100 East End Blvd. DeSoto. TX 75051 (214) 237-1988 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Laredo Beauty College 3002 North Malinche Ave.
TX 78216 (210) 344-3181 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Facial Specialist National Beauty College 149 West Kingsley. TX 75041 (214) 278-2020 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Student Instructor Neilson Beauty College. Suite 230 Garland. TX 75208 (214) 941-8756 Cosmetology Teacher Training Ogle School of Hair Design 5063 Old Granbury Rd. Inc. TX 76133 (817) 294-2950 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Facial Instructor III Shampoo Specialist < previous page page_127 next page > . Dallas. Fort Worth.Mims Classic Beauty College 5121 Blanco San Antonio. 416 West Jefferson Blvd.
TX 77301 (409) 756-1109 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Facial Specialist Shampoo Specialist San Antonio Beauty College #3 4021 Naco Perrin San Antonio. TX 78217 (210) 654-9734 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Skin Care page_128 next page > Page 128 . TX 79903 (915) 564-9101 Cosmetology Teacher Training Skin Care Professional Beauty College of Conroe 112 Rhodes St Conroe.< previous page Ogle School of Hair Design 720-B Arcadia Hurst. TX 76053 (817) 284-9231 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Skin Care Instructor III Shampoo Specialist Ogle School of Hair Design 6333 East Mockingbird Lane. TX 76013 (817) 460-8181 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Facial Shampoo Specialist Pipo Academy of Hair Design 3000 Pershing Dr. TX 75214 (214) 821-0819 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Facial Instructor III Shampoo Specialist Ogle School of Hair Design 2200 West Park Row Dr. Suite 106 Arlington. Suite 201 Dallas. El Paso.
Suite 2 San Antonio. TX 76401 (817)968-2111 Cosmetology < previous page page_128 next page > . TX 78226 (210) 433-7222 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Facial Skiles University of Hair Design 5529 Rufe Snow North Richland Hills. TX 75601 (214)758-8611 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Star College of Cosmetolgy 520 East Front St Tyler.San Antonio Beauty College #4 2423 Jamar. TX 76180 (817) 281-9066 Cosmetology Star College of Cosmetology 700 East Whaley Longview. TX 75702 (903) 596-7860 Cosmetology Instructor Training Manicuring Stephenville Beauty College 951 South Lillian Stephenville.
< previous page Teacher Training Manicuring Texas College of Cosmetology 117Sayles Abilene. TX 79924 (915) 751-2365 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Esthetics University of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences 913 North Thirteenth St Harlingen. Dallas. TX 75216 (214) 942-1541 Cosmetology Teacher Training Shampoo Specialist page_129 next page > Page 129 .TX79915 (915) 778-5466 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Esthetics Tri-State Beauty School #2 #24 Rushfair Center El Paso. TX 78504 (210) 630-3085 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Facial Specialist Shampoo Specialist Velma B's Beauty Academy 1511 South Ewing Ave. TX 78550 (210) 428-0322 Basic Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Facial Specialist Shampoo Specialist University of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences 8401 North 10th McAllen. #4-A ElPaso. TX 79605 (915) 677-0532 Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Facial Specialist Tri-State Beauty School 6800 Gateway East.
victoria Beauty College 1508 North Laurent victoria.UT 84321 (801) 752-8688 Cosmetology/Barbering Cosmetology Instructor Bon Losee Academy of Hair Artistry 2230 North University Parkway Building #5 Provo. UT 84604 (801) 375-8000 Cosmetology/Barbering Cameo College of Beauty 2505 South State St < previous page page_129 next page > . TX 77901 (512) 575-4526 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring visible Changes University 7075 Southwest Freeway Houston. TX 77074 (713) 984-8800 Cosmetology Teacher Training Manicuring Shampoo Specialist Utah Beau La Reine College of Beauty Culture 1093fi North Main Logan.
UT 84770 (801) 673-5233 Cosmetology International Institute of Hair Design 3474 South 2300 East Salt Lake City. UT 84720 (801) 586-4486 Cosmetology/Barbering Evan's Hairstyling College (St George) 955 East Tabernacle St George. UT 84770 (801) 673-6128 Cosmetology Evans Hairstyling College 50 West Center St Orem. UT 84106 (801)484-6173 Cosmetology/Barbering Electrology Evan's Hairstyling College 90 West Hoover Cedar City. UT 84041 (801) 546-6166 Cosmetology/Barbering Cosmetology Instructor Manicuring Esthetics Francois D. UT 84117 (801) 266-4693 Cosmetology/Barbering Cosmetology Instructor Cosmetology Instructor (Short Course) Hairitage Hair Academy 175 West 900 South #9 St George. UT 84109 (801) 278-4656 Cosmetology/Barbering Cosmetology Instructor page_130 next page > Page 130 .< previous page Salt Lake City. Hair Design Academy 111 West 9000 South Sandy. UT 84070 (801) 561-2244 Cosmetology Hairitage College of Beauty 5414 South 900 East Salt Lake City. UT 84057 (801) 224-6034 Cosmetology/Barbering Fran Brown College of Beauty & Career Center 521 West 600 North Layton.
UT 84321 (801) 753-9779 Cosmetology/Barbering Premier Hair Academy 4616 South 4000 West West Valley.UT84123 (801) 966-4536 Cosmetology/Barbering Cosmetology Instructor Mary Kawakami College of Beauty 336 West Center St Provo.International Institute of Hair Design 273 West 500 South Bountiful. UT 84010 (801) 295-2389 Cosmetology/Barbering Cosmetology Instructor International Institute of Hair Design 5712 South Redwood Rd. Taylorsville. UT 84120 (801) 966-8414 Cosmetology/Barbering Student Instructor < previous page page_130 next page > . UT 84601 (801) 373-5585 Cosmetology/Barbering Manicuring Esthetics Teacher Training New Horizons Beauty College 550 North Main. Suite 115 Logan.
UT 84106 (801) 486-0101 Cosmetology/Barbering Sherman Kendall's Academy of Beauty Arts & Science 2344 East 70th South Salt Lake City. VT 05401 (802) 863-4666 Cosmetology Skin Care Manicuring Virginia Colonial Heights Beauty Academy 1851 South Park Blvd.< previous page Sherman Kendall's Academy of Beauty Arts & Science 2230 South 700 East Salt Lake City. Colonial Heights. UT 84405 (801) 394-5718 Cosmetology/Barbering Manicuring Skin Care Von Curtis Academy of Hair Design 480 North 900 East Provo. UT 84121 (801) 942-8000 Cosmetology/Barbering Stacey's Hands of Champions Beauty College 3721 South 250 West Ogden. South Burlington. VT 05403 (802) 658-9591 Cosmetology Skin Care Manicuring Vermont College of Cosmetology 187 Pearl St. VA 23834 (804) 526-6363 Cosmetology Nail Technician page_131 next page > Page 131 . UT 84606 (801)374-5111 Cosmetology/Barbering Vermont O'Brien's Training Center 1475 Shelbume Rd. Burlington.
VA 23219 (804) 649-2572 Cosmetology Nail Technology Cosmetology Instructor < previous page page_131 next page > . VA 23464 (804) 420-1645 Cosmetology International Beauty School 2024 Holiday Dr. Charlottesville. VA 23510 (804) 627-2622 Cosmetology Indian River Beauty Academy 6528 Indian River Rd. Arlington. Fredericksburg. VA 22901 (804) 296-0159 Cosmetology Johnsons Beauty Academy 402 North Second St. Norfolk. Richmond. Virginia Beach. VA 22201 (703) 243-9322 Cosmetology Comprehensive Hicks Academy of Beauty Culture 436 Boush St. VA 22401 (540) 373-1227 Cosmetology Graham Webb International Academy of Hair 2625 Wilson Blvd.Cosmetology Training Center 557 Lafayette Blvd.
VA 24501 (804) 385-7722 Cosmetology Springfield Beauty Academy. VA 22046 (703) 532-5050 Cosmetology for Non-Native Speakers Cosmetology Manicuring Ralph's Virginia School of Cosmetology.< previous page New Technology University. VA 23707 (757) 397-0654 Cosmetology Potomac Academy of Hair Design 2812 Franklin St Alexandria. Inc Forest Plaza West Center Old Forest Rd. Lynchburg. Annandale. VA 23434 (757) 934-0656 Cosmetology page_132 next page > Page 132 . VA 22003 (703) 642-3741 Barbering Cosmetology Comprehensive Portsmouth School of Beauty Culture 3401 South St. Inc 7409 G Little River Turnpike Annandale. Portsmouth. Inc 128 East Beverly St Staunton. Inc 4223 Annandale Rd. VA 22306 (703) 660-9400 Cosmetology Cosmetology Instructor Nail Technician Potomac Academy of Hair Design 101 West Broad St. VA 24401 (540) 885-0808 Cosmetology Suffolk Beauty Academy 860 Portsmouth Blvd. VA 22003 (703) 256-5662 Cosmetology Manicuring Staunton School of Cosmetology. Suite 200 Falls Church. Suffolk.
VA 23669 (804) 722-0211 Cosmetology Manicuring Esthetics Cosmetology Instructor Wards Corner Beauty Academy 216 East Little Creek Rd. Wenatchee. VA 23505 (804) 583-3300 Cosmetology Manicuring Washington The Academy of Hair Design 208 South Wenatchee Ave. Norfolk.TRC Jan Mar Beauty Academy 411 Jan Mar Dr. VA 23452 (757) 463-4730 Beauty/Barber Stylist Cosmetology Teacher Training Nail Technician Virginia School of Hair Design 101 West Queens Way Hampton. WA 98801 (509) 662-9082 < previous page page_132 next page > . VA 23606 (757) 595-5509 Barbering/Stylist Cosmetology Virginia Beach Beauty Academy 977 Chimney Hill Shopping Center Virginia Beach. Newport News.
WA 98373 (206) 848-1595 Cosmetology Barber Manicuring/Skin Care Instructor Training Bellevue Beauty School 14045 Northeast 20th St. WA 99301 (509) 547-8871 Cosmetology Barbering Manicuring Instructor Training Everett Plaza Beauty School 607 S. WA 98007 (206) 643-0270 Cosmetology Manicuring Esthetics Instructor Training Bellingham Beauty School.E. #5 Everett.< previous page Cosmetology Barber Manicuring/Skin Care Cadet Instructor Manicuring Esthetics B.'s Beauty & Barber College 5239 South Tacoma Way Tacoma. WA 98208 (206) 353-8193 Cosmetology Barber Manicuring Esthetics Instructor Training page_133 next page > Page 133 . Everett Mall Way. Inc.J. Bellingham. Bellevue. 211 West Holly St. WA 987225 (206) 734-1090 Cosmetology Manicuring Instructor Training Clare's Beauty College 104 North Fourth Pasco.'s Beauty & Barber College 11510 Meridian East Puyallup.J. WA 98409 (206) 473-4320 Cosmetology Barber Manicuring/Skin Care Instructor Training B.
WA 98103 < previous page page_133 next page > . WA 99201 (509) 624-3244 Cosmetology Manicuring/Esthetics Esthetics Manicuring Instructor Training Greenwood Academy of Hair Design 8501 Greenwood North Seattle. Northeast Seattle. Inc. Federal Way. WA 98125 (206) 365-6900 Cosmetology Barber Manicuring/Skin Care Manicuring Esthetics Instructor Training Gene Juarez College of Beauty. WA 98003 (206) 839-4000 Cosmetology Barber Manicuring/Skin Care Manicuring Esthetics Cadet Instructor Glen Dow Academy of Hair Design West 309 Riverside Ave. 2222 South 314th St. Spokane.Gene Juarez Academy of Beauty 10715 8th St.
< previous page (206) 782-0220 Cosmetology Manicuring Esthetician Cadet Instructor Kirkland Beauty School 10702 Northeast 68th St. WA 98662 (206) 254-9519 Cosmetology Manicuring Professional Beauty School 113 East Third St.E. WA 98273 (360) 336-6553 Cosmetology Barber Manicuring Esthetics Instructor Training Phagan's Orchards Beauty School 10411 N. Vancouver.O. WA 98951 (509) 877-6443 Cosmetology Manicuring Instructor Training Professional Beauty School 214 South 6th Sunnyside. WA 98033 (206) 822-6013 Cosmetology Teacher Training Magee Brothers Beauty School 8078 East Mill Plain Blvd. WA 98664 (360) 694-8483 Cosmetology Manicuring Mt. WA 98944 (509) 837-4040 Cosmetology Manicuring Instructor Training page_134 next page > Page 134 . Kirkland. Vernon Beauty School 615 South First Mt. Suite 109 Vancouver. Vernon. Fourth Plain Blvd. P. Box 856 Wapato.
Yakima. WV 25301 (304) 346-9603 Barbering Cosmetology Barbering/Cosmetology Crossover Manicuring Barber/Permanent Waving Cosmetology Crossover Clarksburg Beauty Academy 120 South Third St. WA 98632 (360) 636-2720 Basic Cosmetology Manicuring Instructor Training West Virginia Beckley Beauty Academy 109 South Fayette St. Clarksburg. Charleston. WV 26301 (304) 624-6475 < previous page page_134 next page > . Beckley. WV 25801 (304) 253-8326 Cosmetology Manicuring Charleston School of Beauty Culture 210 Capitol St. WA 98901 (509) 457-4011 Cosmetology Manicuring Cadet Instructor Stylemasters College of Hair Design 1224 Commerce Longview.Professional Beauty School 32 North 2nd St.
Route 60 East Room 115. Wheeling. East Hills Mall Huntington. Albans. Martinsburg. 5185 U. WV 26505 (304) 292-8475 Cosmetology Barbering/Cosmetology Crossover Manicuring Technical Education Program Student Instructor Mountaineer Beauty College. WV 25705 (304) 736-6289 Cosmetology Barbering/Cosmetology Crossover Manicuring Student Instructor International Beauty School 329 South Queen St.< previous page Cosmetology Barbering/Cosmetology Crossover Manicuring Huntington School of Beauty Culture. Morgantown.S. WV 26003 (304) 232-7798 Barbering/Permanent Waving Cosmetology/Management Cosmetology Teacher Training Barbering/Cosmetology Crossover Manicuring Salon Management Wisconsin page_135 next page > Page 135 . Inc. P. WV 25401 (304) 267-6231 Cosmetology Manicuring Morgantown Beauty College. 276 Walnut St.O. Box 547 St. Inc. WV 25177 (304) 727-9999 Cosmetology Manicuring Scott College of Cosmetology 1502 Market St. 700 6th Ave. Inc.
Milwaukee. Wl 54901 (414) 426-1555 Cosmetology Esthetician Manicuring Instructor Training III Martin's School of Hair Design 1034 South 18th St. Oshkosh.Gill-Tech Academy of Hair Design 423 West College Ave. Wl 54911 (414) 739-8684 Cosmetology Manicuring/Nail Technology LaQuita's School of Barbering & Cosmetology 4900 West Fond du Lac Ave. Wl 53216 (414) 442-1444 Cosmetology/Barbering Instructor Training Martin's School of Hair Design 620 West Murdock St. Appleton. WI 54304 (414) 494-1430 Cosmetology < previous page page_135 next page > . Manitowoc. Wl 54220 (414) 684-0177 Cosmetology Esthetician Manicuring Instructor Training III Martin's School of Hair Design 2575 West Mason Green Bay.
Green Bay. Wl 53711 (608) 271-4204 Cosmetology Scientific College of Beauty/Barbering 718 Main St. Wl 54401 (715) 845-6019 Cosmetology Vici Beauty School 11010 West Hampton Ave. Wl 53225 (414) 464-5002 Cosmetology Vici Beauty School 5655 South 27th St. Wausau. Wl 54601 (608) 784-9426 Cosmetology Manicuring State College of Beauty Culture 527fi Washington St. Milwaukee. Wl 53225 (414) 281-1119 Cosmetology Nail Technology Wisconsin College of Cosmetology. Wl 54914 (414) 832-8686 Cosmetology Manicuring Instructor Training Scientific College of Beauty 310 Westgate Mall Madison.< previous page Esthetician Manicuring Instructor Training III Martin's School of Hair Design of Appleton 2310 West College Ave. Appleton. LaCrosse. Inc. Wl 54301 (414) 437-9632 Cosmetology Wyoming page_136 next page > Page 136 . LaCrosse. Wl 54601 (608) 784-4702 Cosmetology Scot Lewis Scientific School of Cosmetology 320322 Pearl St. 417 Pine St. Milwaukee.
WY 82604 (307) 234-9181 Cosmetology Instructor Training < previous page page_136 next page > .Cheeks International Academy of Beauty Culture 207 West 18th St. Cheyenne. Casper. WY 82001 (307) 634-2144 Cosmetology Instructor Training Esthetics Manicuring Cosmetic Arts & Sciences Beauty School 1968 Cy Ave.
It's being able to handle the front desk. Then you'll use that knowledge to build your career. Insider's Take on the Future Get an apprenticeship lined up before you graduate from beauty school. or being humble enough to sweep up hair off the floor. if that's what's needed to get the job done. I learned early on that it's not just about being a great cutter.< previous page page_137 next page > Page 137 Who: What: Where: How long: Todd Hedrick Hairstylist and educator Select Studio and Salon. I watched how the hairdressers who did these shows worked and I thought it was really cool. especially as it relates to business. < previous page page_137 next page > . TX Eleven years Insider's Advice I started out backwardI used to choreograph fashion shows and that's how I got interested in doing hair. Dallas. You've got to think about your early years as sort of like college: You're not going to make much money. And it's going to be more important for everyone to keep investing in their knowledge. but you'll learn a lot. Then I managed a salon for two years before going to get my license at a school in Amarillo. It's about having good people skills. So I was really familiar with the salon environment before I ever picked up the scissors. then use that to build your clientele.
On the flip side. how to distinguish between the different types of aid. VA. If < previous page page_139 next page > . president of the Graham Webb International Academy of Hair in Arlington. someone is accepted to the school. says Robbie Rich. Will you have to go into debt before you even begin? Not necessarily.< previous page page_139 next page > Page 139 Chapter 4 Financial Aid for the Training You Need This chapters covers financial aid for the training program of your choice. or after. How to Apply for Financial Aid You can either apply for financial aid before you've been accepted to a school. how to determine your eligibility for financial aid. They fill out the financial aid forms with the help of a financial aid officer. The trouble is. By now you're raring to get started in your new career. you've gotten a look at the tuition costs and suddenly the picture seems a little fuzzy. Consult the financial aid counselors at your prospective school or schoolsthat's what they're there for. and we take care of sending them to the Department of Education in Washington. don't ever be ashamed to ask for financial aid: Approximately threequarters of beauty school students receive some form of it. This chapter aims to answer your most burning questions about it." she says. and how to complete and submit your application. you'll find information on how to gather your financial records. The latter is typical. ''Generally.
You show that you have need. It's a lot. or anything else that proves you're either a citizen or an eligible non-citizen handy. Social Security card or green card. mortgage information. child support. business and/or farm records. veterans benefits. Aid to Families with Dependent Children. You are making satisfactory progress in your course of study. where the amount of your award will be calculated. take it to your school's Financial Aid Office. pensions. but you should also have your driver's license. It usually takes one or two months to process your application. you will get a loan." There are several forms you can use. You'll receive a document in the mail called the Institutional Student Information Record (ISIR).< previous page page_140 next page > Page 140 you meet the criteria. keep other financial records. at (800) 433-3243. you are eligible for federal financial aid if you meet the following requirements: You are enrolled at least half time as a regular student in an eligible program. military subsistence allowances. Yes. says Rich. but it's easiest to fill out the U. Your most recent tax returns are crucial. you are likely to obtain some sort of government loan. and even medical and dental expenses for the past year that weren't covered by health insurance. When you get it. investment records. so basically if you show up. such as Social Security benefits. You'll need to have all your documentation handy to fill out the FAFSA. "In the general way of American life. You have not defaulted on a federal loan at the school you attend or at any previous institution.S. < previous page page_140 next page > . Determining Your Eligibility Generally speaking. It's usually available at your school (if you have already enrolled). Additionally. citizen or an eligible non-citizen. You are a U. Department of Education's FAFSA form (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). your bank statements. or you can get one from the Department of Education. everyone is entitled to better themselves.S. You do not owe a refund on a Federal Pell Grant or on a Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant at the school you attend or any previous institution. welfare. The only way you won'tassuming your school participates in these federal programsis if you have already defaulted on a loan.
However. student financial aid administrators may waive this requirement if. you must meet one or more of the following requirements: you are 24 years of age you are married you have a dependent other than a spouse who gets more than half of his or her support from you and will continue to get that support during the award year you are a graduate or professional student you are a ward of the court or an orphan you are a veteran of the armed forces. formerly engaged in active service or as a cadet or midshipman and released under a condition other than dishonorable You don't qualify as an independent just because your parents decided not to claim you as an exemption on their tax return or refuse to provide support for your education. but also nontaxable income such as Social Security benefits and child support. Income is not only the adjusted gross income from the tax return. the age of the older parent. The government uses strict and specific criteria to make this designation. Dependent or Independent? You need to find out if you are considered a dependent or an independent student by the federal government. their income and assets. family size. there is dissolution in the family a legal restraining order has been issued against your parents because of abusive behavior both your parents have been incarcerated < previous page page_141 next page > . A dependent student is expected to have a parental contribution to school expenses. The contribution depends on the number of parents with earned income. To be classified as an independent student.< previous page page_141 next page > Page 141 You have a signed statement of registration compliance indicating that you have registered with the Selective Service or that you are not required to register. an independent student is not. and the number of family members enrolled in postsecondary education programs. and those criteria apply to all applicants for federal student aid.
scholarships are normally awarded for academic merit or for special characteristics (for example. and loans. work-study. parents' career. college major) rather than financial need. Grants are normally awarded based on financial need. They fall into three general categories: grants and scholarships. You can obtain scholarships from federal. Grants and scholarships are awards that you do not have to repay.000 a year prior to your application can work. There are a variety of work-study programs for students. Check out that option with your school's financial aid office. Additionally. Job possibilities may include on-or off-campus jobs. part time or almost full time. If you already know what school you want to attend. The first step in finding a student loan is to know the basics of loan programs. An income of at least $10. Work-study gives you the chance to work and earn the money you need. you can find out about its schoolbased work-study options from the student employment office. sports. and private sources. school. Again.< previous page page_142 next page > Page 142 your parents live in another country and you have been granted refugee status by the INS you can prove you are truly self-supportingsometimes. many schools have their own scholarship programs. the best place to go for details about terms of the loans is your school's financial aid office. especially with government loans. with interest. Loans are borrowed money that you must repay. ethnic heritage. Types of Financial Aid Many types of financial aid are available to help with school expenses. state. You need to become familiar with the student loan programs. What's Out there The Department of Education offers eight major student financial aid programs for postsecondary schools: Federal Pell Grants Federal Supplement Educational Opportunity Grants Federal Work-Study Program Federal Campus-Based Programs Federal Family Education Loans Federal Perkins Loans < previous page page_142 next page > .
000 each in less than a year. suitability for a salon environment. find out if the school you've set your sights on participates by calling (888) 411-GRANTS. the Cosmetology Advancement Foundation (CAF). some of which are listed in Appendix B. interview you as well. if they can do it.) At press time.< previous page Federal Stafford Loans (subsidized or unsubsidized) PLUS Loans (loans for parents) page_143 next page > Page 143 For information on these and on other types of financial aid. Wow. they tend to be much better students than someone coming in who knows nothing about the salon environment. "Antime I get prospective students who've been recommended by a salon. evaluating such things as your appearance. enthusiasm. they've seen people who are cosmetologists who are successful at it. In the portfolio are two applications that you must then take a couple of your local salons. the ceiling on the grant is also up to the individual school. and the Association of Accrediated Cosmetology Schools (AACS). Ask for all the information available. and it makes their dream seem more realistic and obtainable. You'll receive a portfolio in the mail telling you about the program. this program is designed to help schools recruit the kinds of students that salons have been clamoring for. and communication skills. call or visit the financial aid office of the school you'd like to attend. The ACE Grant Program Established in 1997 through the joint effort of the Beauty & Barber Supply Institute (BBSI). there are entire books devoted to financial aid. more than $3 million had been pledged to the ACE program by AACS member schools. In addition. Also. (As of May 1998. Why involves salons in this process? "We felt that we could generate a higher quality student. Your public library reference desk can also help. the renowned Pittsburgh Beauty Academy had already given away 20 grants of $2. simply stop by a local beauty school or write to CAF (see Appendix A). They think. and don't forget the Internet (but check out the accuracy of the sources of information you find there). It's up to the school to decide whether to give you a grant. DeConciliis. I know I can. for instance. a mamber of the AACS board of directors." Only AACS member shcools participate in this program." explains PBA's Arthur DeConciliis. To apply for an ACE (Access to Cosmetology Education) Grant. says the orgnization aims to have $5 million in scholarhips pledged annually to the program. < previous page page_143 next page > . They have a more realistic idea of what they're getting themselves into. and the school will. You'll then take these evaluations to the school you'd like to apply to. The salon owner or manager will interview you and fill out the application.
(A six-month grace period is common. for you to find a job and get on your feet.) 5. and a guarantee fee. the government may even pay the interest for you while you're in school. it's essential to get the facts and clearly understand the terms of the loan. Both are deducted from the amount given to you. When will my first payment be due. 3. should be directed to the new loan holder. which goes to the federal government to help offset its cost. Will I have the right to prepay the loan. 2. and approximately how much will it be? You can get a good preview of the repayment process from the answer to this question. Will the loan be canceled ("forgiven") if I become totally and permanently disabled. Will deferments and forbearances be possible if I am temporarily unable to make payments? You should find out how to apply for a deferment or forbearance if you need it. and depending on the type of loan. realistically. What fees will be charged? Government loans generally have an origination fee. 6. 7. Will I have to make any payments while still in school? Usually you won't. during which no payment is required? You should find out if it is long enough. and how often is the interest capitalized? Your school's financial aid officer will be able to tell you this. < previous page page_144 next page > . without penalty. or if I die? This is always a good option to have on any loan you take out. Your payments after you finish school. What is the interest rate. 8. at any time? Some loan programs allow prepayment with no penalty. You'll want to ask the following: 1. and your requests for information. Who exactly will hold my loan? To whom will I be sending payments? Whom should I contact with questions or inform of changes in my situation? It's quite possible that your loan may be sold by the original lender to a secondary market institution. What is the grace periodthe period after your schooling ends. You'll be notified of the sale by letter. which goes to a guaranty agency for insuring the loan. and your loan terms and conditions will remain exactly the same. 9. others do not.< previous page Questions to Ask Before Taking Out a Loan page_144 next page > Page 144 If you are about to take out a student loan. 4.
which allows payments to start out low and increase every two years. which allows loan repayment to be extended over a period from 12 to 30 years. generally over a period of from 12 to 30 years. So remember that your actions affect not just you but future students too. The length of the repayment period depends on the loan amount. but you must pay taxes on the amount discharged. and you can change options when you need to without a fee at any time during the life of the loan. a mortgage is just a real estate loan. depending on the amount borrowed. any unpaid amount will be discharged. This will be helpful if your income is low initially but will increase steadily. After 25 years. on average. and you'll have up to 25 years to repay. This plan also results in lower payments each month but much more total interest paid.< previous page Repayment of Loans page_145 next page > Page 145 If the thought of owing money scares you. Estimate realistically how much you'll earn when you leave < previous page page_145 next page > . General Guidelines for All Types of Loans Before you commit to any loans. make sure you won't be borrowing more than you'll be able to repay. This plan also results in lower payments each month but much more total interest paid. (After all. that school comes under intense scrutiny from the Department of Educationoften undeservedly. a graduated repayment plan. don't default on your loan. It can damage your credit history for years. take heart: Most people do at some point in their lifetime. which requires fixed monthly payments. an extended repayment plan.) You may have flexible repayment options. Rich estimates that once the loan default rate hits 20 percent or more for the students of a particular school. As your income rises or falls each year. Whatever you do. which bases monthly payments on your income and the total amount borrowed. Repayment options may include a standard repayment plan. This plan usually results in the lowest total interest paid because the repayment period is shorter than under the other plans. It affects your school too. monthly payments will be adjusted accordingly. an income-contingent repayment plan.
along with a record of all your payments. Make scheduled payments on time. After you Leave School When you leave school. Other types of loans have grace periods as well. Keep a file of information on your loan that includes copies of all your loan documents and related correspondence. If you have a Stafford loan. don't forget about the responsibility of your loan. you'll build up a good credit rating and you'll find it easier to get credit for other purchases. delays can be costly. address. Once you're in School When you have your loan or loans and you're attending classes. with your loan repayment you'll begin your credit history. This is not completely terrible news. If you make payments on time. Get off to a good start so you don't run the risk of going into defaulta terrible state of affairs that could mean you'll have trouble getting any kind of credit in the future you'll be unable to qualify for federal or state educational financial aid holds will be placed on your college records your wages will be garnished (appropriated by the government) your future federal income tax refunds will be taken your assets will be seized To avoid the dire consequences outlined above. food. Since interest is calculated daily. and transportation expenses. Remember also that you are obligated by law to notify both your FAA and the holder or servicer of your loan if there is a change in your name. you'll have other monthly obligations such as housing. Open and read all your mail about your education loan. enrollment status (dropping to less than half time means that you'll have to begin payment in six months). you must begin repaying your student loan.< previous page page_146 next page > Page 146 school. you will get a six-month grace period before your first period is due. < previous page page_146 next page > . always be sure to do the following: Open and read all mail you receive about your education loans immediately. and remember. And if you haven't been out in the world of work before. or anticipated graduation date.
Many families mistakenly think they don't qualify for aid and fail to apply. however. However. and so on). Financial Aid Questions and Answers Here are answers to the most commonly asked questions about student financial aid: 1. Remember that some sources of aid are not based on need. But don't go overboard. One is if you become permanently and totally disabled. unless your parents endorse or cosign your loan. Parents are. Are my parents responsible for my educational loans? No. There's no good reason not to apply. books. or if you were erroneously certified for aid by the financial aid office. Notify your service about any changes as noted above. provided you didn't have the disability before you obtained the aid. A CD of your favorite rock band now and then won't hurt. to get the funds you must be admitted to and enrolled in school. responsible for the Federal PLUS loans. In spite of the horror stories you might hear. It's to be used strictly for educationrelated expenses (for example. Likewise if you die. Should I apply anyway? Yes. transportation. You can apply for financial aid any time after January 1. too. However. including address changes. fees. 3. You and you alone are responsible. tuition. The FAFSA form is free. or if you really need a toaster oven you can get by with that. you are not relieved of your obligation. the loan officials are pretty nice folks. Do I need to be admitted before I can apply for financial aid at a particular institution? No. I probably don't qualify for aid. that there are restrictions on how you can use your loan money. There are very few circumstances under which you won't have to repay your loan. If your < previous page page_147 next page > . Your servicer may be able to get you into a graduated or income-sensitive/income-contingent repayment plan or work with you to arrange a deferment or forbearance. if you're simply disappointed in your program of study or don't get the job you want after graduation. 2. Remember. or if your school closes permanently in the middle of the term. room and board. as long as you don't try to flee your responsibility.< previous page page_147 next page > Page 147 Contact your servicer immediately if you can't make payments on time.
Washington. 6. Are photocopies of the FAFSA acceptable? No. The custodial parent is the parent with whom you lived most during the past 12 months. definitelyand sadly. your local public library. you'll have to begin repayment immediately after graduation. What do the acronyms of the Student Aid Report (SAR) mean? You have no doubt noticed that bureaucracies just love acronyms. should I report it to the student financial aid office?Yes. (See phone number above. you can have your billing statements sent to their address. your aid amount will probably be lowered accordingly. reproductions. But you'll get into trouble later on if you don't report it. P. 10. 5. Following are the definitions of some of the acronyms you'll find on your SAR: < previous page page_148 next page > . If I take a leave of absence from school. The question of which parent must fill out the FAFSA becomes complicated in many situations. Photocopies.) 8. and faxes are not acceptable. You also can get the FAFSA from the financial aid office at your beauty school. Department of Education. Generally. do I have to start repaying my loans? Not immediately.O. 7.< previous page page_148 next page > Page 148 parents (or grandparents or uncle or distant cousins) want to help pay off your loan. My parents are separated/divorced. Department of Education is acceptable. DC 20044. If I get assistance from another source. You can also write to the Federal Student Aid Information Center. unless you apply for an extension of the grace period before it's used up. 9.S. Only the original FAFSA form produced by the U. Where can I obtain a copy of the FAFSA? Your guidance counselor should have forms available. though. but you will after the grace period. the custodial parent is responsible for filling out the FAFSA. 4. Box 84. Note that this is not necessarily the same as the parent who has legal custody. Where can I get information about federal student financial aid? Call 800-4-FED-AID [(800) 433-3243] or (800) 730-8913 and ask for a free copy of The Student Guide: Financial Aid from the U.S. if you use your grace period up during your leave. Which parent is responsible for filling out the FAFSA? If your parents are separated or divorced. or from the Department of Education. so you should ask the student financial aid office for help with your particular circumstance.
who meets certain criteria.< previous page page_149 next page > Page 149 EFC TI ATI STX EA IPA AI CAI DNW APA PCA AAI TPC TSC PC SIC SCA Expected Family Contribution Total Income Allowances Against Total Income State and Other Tax Allowance Employment Allowance Income Protection Allowance Available Income Contribution from Available Income Discretionary Net Worth Education Savings and Asset Protection Allowance Parents' Contribution from Assets Adjusted Available Income Total Parents' Contribution Total Student's Contribution Parents' Contribution Dependent Student's Income Contribution Dependent Student's Contribution from Assets Glossary of Financial Aid Terms Accrued Interest: Interest that accumulates on the unpaid principal balance of your loan Capitalization of interest: Addition of accrued interest to the principal balance of your loan. may suspend loan payments Delinquency: Failure to make payments when due Disbursement: Loan funds issued by the lender Forbearance: Temporary adjustment to repayment schedule for cases of financial hardship Grace period: Specified period after you graduate or leave school during which you need not make payments . which increases both your total debt and monthly payments Default: Failure to repay your education loan Deferment: The period during which a borrower.
Guaranty agency: A state agency or private nonprofit institution that insures student loans for lenders and helps administer the FFELP for the federal government Holder: The institution that currently owns your loan < previous page page_149 next page > .
........ that is paid to the federal government to offset its cost of the subsidy to borrowers under the FFELP Principal: Amount you borrow.......................................................................................... National Merit Scholarship Corporation................... Sallie Mae's College AnswerSM Service. deducted from the principal............ most lenders are financial institutions......................... but some state agencies and schools make loans too Origination fee: A fee............... Telephone Numbers These phone numbers may be of help to you when completing your financial aid application forms: Federal Student Aid Information Center (U................ TDD number for hearing-impaired......................................................... Internal Revenue Service (IRS).................S......................................................................... 800-433-3243 Hotline.................................................... Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS)........................................ may be either the holder of your loan or an agent acting on behalf of the holder Financial Aid Resources Here are several additional resources that you can use to obtain more information about financial aid.. thus providing lenders with funds to make new loans Servicer: An organization that administers and collects your loan.................... and during grace periods Interest: The price you pay to borrow money Interest-only payment: A payment that covers only interest owed on the loan and none of the principal balance Lender (originator): The institution that puts up the money when you take out a loan........................................< previous page page_150 next page > Page 150 In-school grace and deferment interest subsidy: Interest the federal government pays for borrowers on some loans while the borrower is in school....................................... 800-730-8913 847-688-6888 415-705-4205 800-829-1040 800-772-1213 708-866-5100 800-222-7183 < previous page page_150 next page > .. Selective Service.... Social Security Administration.................. during authorized deferments................. which may increase as a result of capitalization of interest and the amount on which you pay interest Promissory note: A contract between you and the lender that includes all the terms and conditions under which you promise to repay your loan Secondary markets: Institutions that buy student loans from originating lenders....... Department of Education) 800-4-FED-AID.........................................................
Department of Education: http://www.< previous page Internet Web Sites page_151 next page > Page 151 Check out these Web sites for information about financial aid: To view the Student Guide from the U. and state prepaid tuition plans: http://www.gov/pro_info/SFA/FAFSA To view a list of Title IV school codes used on the FAFSA: http://www.gov/offices/OPE/14_codes. tuition payment plans. loan consolidations.S.finaid.html < previous page page_151 next page > .hml For telephone numbers specific to loan programs.org/finaid/phone.ed.ed/gov/prog_info/SFA/Student Guide For help in completing the FAFSA: http://www.ed.
I think when you're an unknown quantity and these famous people are deciding whether or not they want to work with you. NJ. I started doing clients. I'm working with magazines like British Vogue and ad campaigns like Tommy Hilfiger. I would get these jobs. Soon after. Don't do trendy. seven or eight years later. I always wear a pair of gray or black trousers and a tailored white shirt. But I got bored.< previous page page_153 next page > Page 153 Who: What: Where: How long: Ana Marie Rizzieri Makeup artist for magazines and advertisements New York City (although she lives in a Philadephia suburb) Seven years Insider's Advice I went to the Maison de Paris in Haddonfield. Assisting the top names is key. People will respect you for it. Insider's take on the Future You always have to strive for success. NJ. do polished. which was great. I started my career in hairdressing. Sometimes it's the only thing they have to go on. I started assisting people like Kevyn Aucoin and Sonia Kashuk. < previous page page_153 next page > . which relocated and was bought by my in-laws. it's important to have a very professional image. but I developed an allergic reaction to some of the products. The photographer on that shoot taught me a lot about lighting. And I'm a big believer in the idea that the more you give. We'd get models from New York to come down to Philadelphia. I started working with my future husband. who asked me to oversee the makeup department in his new salon. which didn't really pay. and we started doing tests together. ''I could do that!" I didn't really go for it until we did a shoot for the North American Hairstylist of the Year (NAHA) contest. the more you receive. and I said. and one day I picked up a Vogue and started looking at the makeup jobs on the models. just by showing my book of test prints to different agencies. so I couldn't do it anymore. It's now called Rizzieri Institute in Cherry Hill. Now. and I built my book that way.
You'll find practical tips on how to get job-related information. and you've either passed your state board exam or are waiting to take it. What's the best way to find the job that's right for you? In order to find the perfect fit. you need to evaluate both your shortterm and long-term career goals. To get the job you want. and ace tough interviews. You've gotten a taste of the salon life at beauty school. now it's time to explore those possibilities more fully. write a resume and cover letter. you need to: know the kind of job you want conduct a job search develop a resume polish your cover letter-writing skills learn how to give a great interview know your career options < previous page page_155 next page > . So you've graduated from cosmetology school. It's time to find a job. a resume and cover letter.< previous page page_155 next page > Page 155 Chapter 5 How to Land Your First Job In this chapter you'll learn how to land your first jobthe job you really want.
If you're looking to move. Say there's a salon in your metropolitan area for which you've always wanted to work. is what strikes your fancy. you may learn that teaching is what you'd most like to do. The Internet. thousands of them go unfilled each year. not creative work. and unlike newspaper ads. Here are some resources to utilize: Your cosmetology schools.< previous page page_156 next page > Page 156 Although it's important to be organized and put a great deal of thought into this. however loose or unformed that objective may be. Literally dozens of sites are devoted to job banks. If an entry catches your eye. Rare is the individual who knows exactly what he or she wants at the very beginning of his or her career. Don't panic. The Search Is On The cosmetology industry has plenty of entry-level jobs. or you may find out that management. Classified advertising. Networking. so finding openings shouldn't be difficult. room. don't think you need to have all the answers now. It's best to have tentative plan. Word of mouth. these listings are not confined to a specific region. Many beauty-school instructors work in salons part time and can be a great source of referrals for qualified student graduates. Or book a service and then chat with the hairdresser about the salon: How long has he or she been there? How did he or she get the job? What's it like to work there? And gauge your own feelings about the salon: Does it seem to be the kind < previous page page_156 next page > . Check the school's bulletin boards and work with their placement office to get an idea of local job possibilities. and opportunity to explore your options. In fact. but newspapers carry classified job advertising every day. Trade publications and your local newspaper are the two most reliable resources. apply immediately. You may decide to specialize in haircolor rather than cutting somewhere down the road. A great many reputable salons have forged relationships with excellent schools. Graduates of Pittsburgh Beauty Academy practically have their pick of entry-level positions in Pittsburgh-area salons. check out the outof-town newspapers at your local library or at large bookstores such as Barnes & Noble. Gather up your courage and go in and ask for an application. but you don't know how to apply. and your first job should help you further your long-term objective. Most trades come out only monthly. There should be plenty of time. however.
and San Francisco. Your state cosmetology association. Boise City. AZ 3. CA 11. Aside from the major metropolises of New York. Demographics When you're job hunting. Corona. these areas offer some of the highest salaries in the nation. Fontana. Mesa. Laredo. Don't. Chandler. NV 2. TX 6. ID 18. TX 9. Colorado Springs. Chesapeake. FL 10. check with your state employment agencies. it's critical to get an idea of the economy and growth of the region in which you want to work. AZ 19. Following is a list of the fastest growing cities in America with populations of 100. CO 16. talk to the front desk about job openings. TX 17. IL 13. CA 5. Naperville. < previous page page_157 next page > . Bureau of the Census.S. AZ 15. TX 14. 1. Pembroke Pines. CO 20. Glendale. Coral Springs. CA Source: Population Estimates Program. Fort Collins. Los Angeles. however. Henderson City.000 or more. salon owners list their job openings with government agencies. Las Vegas. Some carry job listings as a matter of course. Scottsdale. Brownsville. McAllen. NV 7. Plano. Population Division.< previous page page_157 next page > Page 157 of place you want to work? Would you be comfortable? If you're still interested. VA 12. if any. Palmdale. Few. AZ 8. U. FL 4. Chicago.
" Salon Statistics According to NACCAS. "The salons that you consider the most should be clean. A salon with good marketing strategies is important too. CA Amarillo. be sure to check that the staff works actively with the clients by performing consultations. atmosphere. "When you visit or research a salon. are as follows: ZIP code 10021 92506 79109 60619 30305 94108 91786 92103 10022 85251 Location New York Riverside. to get new clients. The prestige factor won't hurt your career either. MD. advises Gene Mock. and not leaving them alone for too long while the service is processing. AZ Number of salons 152 127 122 116 115 115 109 101 101 101 Source: American Salon's Green Book 1994. These strategies show that the owner and the staff are making an effort to retain clients. The typical salon serves 172 clients per week and has five < previous page page_158 next page > . and to promote the services and products of the salon. attending to their needs during the salon service.179 beauty salons. Research your first cosmetology job in a similar manner. CA San Diego New York Scottsdale.345. established salons offer higher job security because they have a faithful clientele." Successful. and be considered established leaders of salons in their area.< previous page page_158 next page > Page 158 The ZIP codes with the highest density of salons. and nail salons. TX Chicago Atlanta San Francisco Upland. and food quality. unisex salons. have well-stocked shelves of professional retail products. barber shops. Researching Salons You select a restaurant based on decor. as of September 1996 there were 1. on the other hand. owner of Studio One Hair Design & Day Spa in Frederick.000 licensed professionals employed in the nation's 285.
1996.< previous page page_159 next page > Page 159 stations. estheticians with makeup experience. and even hairdressers to work at their in-store salons. or 1.465 Source: "Job Demand in the Cosmetology Industry. In 1991. between October 1.531 874 71.765 74. One out of every three salon employees changed jobs between 1995 and 1996. The majority of those openings occurred in unisex salons in rural and suburban areas and small cities.385 and $4. will be about $18.931a base salary of $21. top stylists average about $45." a national survey conducted for the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences (NACCAS). To learn more about what it's like to work in a particular store. The large cities. Number of anticipated new positions for 1997 Northeast Beauty Salons Barber Shops Unisex Salons Nail Salons Total 96. There were nearly 510. The average salon income is in the low $30s. The average American income. except those in the West.283 4. had the fewest openings. and September 30. by contrast. New employees typically work for minimum wage. 1996. and one booth renter.879 476 86. have an average of eight stations per salon and serve a much larger number of clients per week (358.800 West 23.356 71.600 per year. two or three full-time professionals.674 107. on average). Nails-only salons.089 1. Department Store Jobs Department stores are always on the lookout for trained makeup artists.8 per establishment.215 N.961 South 17.400 1. above the national income average.508 52. do the following: < previous page page_159 next page > . the average salaries reported by salon owners for fulltime cosmetologists was $25.000 job openings. Additionally. one part-time professional.546 in tips. according to NPA Data Services.085 46. Central 41. 1995. Approximately three out of four salon owners reported difficulty in finding new applicantsgood news for entry-level professionals.900 in 2005.045 1.842 2. on the other hand. there's a great deal of mobility in the industry.906 158.110 4.
< previous page page_160 next page > Page 160 Mystery shop. you need to bring with you when you fill out your application. you do not need any kind of cosmetology or makeup license to work. Ask for the name of a contact person to whom you can send your resume. For more information. For a $20 fee. and don't < previous page page_160 next page > . the personnel office is usually in charge of all hiring. if anything. There are no minimum sales goals to meet or set territoriesyou can sell to anyone. and estheticians. Come in during a slow time (early morning or near closing is usually best) and ask them about what it's like to work therewhat's expected of them. what the customers prefer. send your resume and cover letter to the contact person or personnel office. increasingly. If you think you'd like to work there. ask for the name of the person to whom you should send a resume.) Follow up with a phone call a few days later. Again. Commissions range from 10 to 50 percent based on your total sales every two weeks. what the conditions are like. Call to find out if it's accepting applications and what. it's best to check out in person any place you think you might want to work. and so on. (Since most department stores are parts of large corporations. Licenses are generally not required for these positionsbut they never hurt. Hotels Hotels are another option for hairdressersand. Go in as a customer. Book yourself an appointment and soak up the ambiance. Talk to the employees. Offer to give a demonstration of your skills. contact Avon at (800) 662-2292. other beauty professionals such as massage therapists. nail technicians. Hiring is generally handled by the store's human resources office. Once you've received your license. you'll receive a starter kit and an initiation by an Avon manager. Pull together a photo shoot so you can start a portfolio of your work. but there's still money to be made if you enjoy being on the road and are comfortable with selling and with the creative aspects of makeup. quiz the people behind the counter on the different products and solicit their advice. Avon employs sales reps who are at least 18 years old. Cosmetics Firm Sales Reps The days when door-to-door cosmetics retailing was commonplace are long gone.
and beauty conventions. He will rarely interview someone who doesn't have a resume." says Gene Mock.< previous page page_161 next page > Page 161 forget to follow up with a phone call. and interests that you send to prospective employers. says Zupko. assisted a hairstylist. (And it never hurts to ask the salon owner or manager if you can demonstrate your skills for them. however. initiative. "A cosmetology resume shows that the student is proud of his or her accomplishments and wants to be seen as a professional. Additional information will make the resume stand out. in which you want to show that you're both mature and interesting. but always professional. or esthetician. A typo can happen to anyone. include that on your resume. and briefly express why you'd be the best candidate for it. That's what a cover lettera brief note of introduction explaining who you are and why you're interested in a particular positionis for. A must for both your resume and your cover letter: Make sure you proofread them for errors in spelling. Think of it as a letter of introduction. they will think you don't take the time to check your work. nor should it sound like a sales pitch. experience. as well as all other nonrelated work experience to prove your stability. nail technician. Haircolor skills are in high demand in most salons these days. licensed professional. Don't give them the opportunity. the resume shouldn't just list the cosmetology school and course work. and they'll question your thoroughness. Your letter should not be too long (no more than one page). and while they won't necessarily think you're unintelligent.) Cover Letters and Resumes A resume is a listing of your qualifications. so any experience or course work in this area will be a bonus. A fresh pair of eyes is more likely to catch a mistake." he notes. Resumes are essential to landing a job in any great salon. However. and sense before you mail them out. says Zupko. educational classes. Cover letters. MD. if possible. Why is a resume important? "A resume will prove that you are serious about your career as a cosmetologist and as a professional. If you have ever interned at a salon. owner of Robert Andrew DaySpa Salon in Gambrills. ask a friend or a colleague to read them too. Make specific reference to the position you desire. or had experience with haircolor. You needn't tailor it for each ad you reply to. on the other hand. should be a little more personal. and career commitment. but savvy salon owners will take note of it. You should also list all extra trade shows. whether you are a new graduate or an experienced. < previous page page_161 next page > . says Robert Zupko. grammar. Always read your resume and letter twice.
but be honest too. in as brief and concise a manner as possible. and citations any other work or interests you feel are pertinent Do not include: your marital status your age. If you're not truthful. awards. one-or two-sentence descriptions of what you did. or religion personal interests that have no bearing on the job reasons for leaving previous jobs You may be tempted to "gild the lily" on your resume.< previous page What Information to Include page_162 next page > Page 162 Resumes should state the facts. Smart employers will check that you did. and the dates for each job. indeed. Supply your job titles. Here's what's relevant: your professional experience (not just in a salonany work experience that shows you are capable and responsible). So be positive about your accomplishments. but you'd better be prepared to discuss your work and educational history in detail. race. graduate with honors from your high school. < previous page page_162 next page > . you're bound to get caught. your education special skills.
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and it gives you the chance to learn more about the position and. not a performer. or pantsuit is suitable. Don't interrupt your interviewer and don't feel you need to parrot what has just been said. thoughtful response is best. owner of Currie Hair-Skin-Nails in Glen Mills. says Gene Mock. Smileand breathe. Most salon owners will expect you to keep up this image at work after you are hired. Enough said. The interview gives the employer a chance to size you up. The biggest turn-off to salon owners is when job candidates dress as if they are running their daily errands or as if they don't care about the job they are interviewing for. dress. easy to talk to? Does he or she make direct eye contact with me? Does this person seem to have a sense of definable style? Does this person seem to have fashion sense? Does the person take pride in his or her appearance? Does the person seem selfconfident without being arrogant? Does this person take care of his or her hair. Be aware of the impression you make. Remember: A salon professional is called upon to listen far more than he or she is called upon to talk. Show the interviewer that you have what it takes to be a confidante. Don't be so intent on selling yourself that you seem overeager. then it's likely you'll be contacted for an inperson interview. I look for various traits: Does the person smile a lot and seem happy? Does the applicant seem personable. Job interviews are important because first impressions are criticalparticularly in the beauty industry. "Immediately. < previous page page_167 next page > . if appropriate. Take your time in replying to questions. Some keys to remember: Dress the part. your hairstyle and makeup should be impeccable to reflect your dedication to image. ''The first impression is always a big step when I meet a potential new assistant or any salon professional.< previous page Face to Face page_167 next page > Page 167 If your cover letter and resume catch a prospective employer's eye. Be on time. and nails?" Take the time to listen. A nice business suit." says Randy Currie. PA. where your appearance can mean the difference between being fully booked and spending your time cleaning up the back bar. skin. A slow. make a more detailed case for yourself as the best candidate for the job.
the way we interact with people is extremely important. but this way things are out in the open. They may not be the answers you particularly want to hear. A great attitude and personality can help overcome many challenges. How long have they worked there? Did they go through a training program? How many clients per month does the salon service? Where do new clients come from < previous page page_168 next page > . and you know how you will be compensated for meeting those expectations. you get answers. Someone with an extremely upbeat personality is always an asset. personality. just unique. everyone is on the same page. and there are no surprises." Interviewing the Salon An interview works two ways: The salon owner wants to find out about you. He says a hairstylist or nail technician may have the best technical skills possible. he will not hire them. "I cannot stress enough how important it is for an applicant to ask questions. we want people who have a unique flair or a special style all their own. "Because we are in the customer-service business. Will the salon owner provide educational seminars? Will there be opportunities for hands-on training? How often are educational seminars conducted? Who will pay for them? What other help can you offer as I move up and become more experienced? Showing an interest in education shows an interest in your career and its future." says Bob Zupko. "When you ask questions. but if they don't also have excellent communication or people skills. equaled only by all-around good technical skills. It doesn't have to be expensive or exorbitant. Relax and let your personality come through.< previous page page_168 next page > Page 168 "The absolute most important skill a job candidate must have is people skills." says Randy Currie. "We feel that attitude." says Randy Currie. Questions show that you have an interest in your career and in the salon. and image are the most important qualities any new applicant should have." Some questions Currie recommends asking: Educational questions: Ask about future potential opportunities for career education. Salon questions: Ask everyone you meet about the salon. You know what is expected of you. and you should be prepared to interview the salon. and because we are in the professional beauty industry.
on the percentage at which your commission is set. advertise. however. then you'll receive $250 before taxes for the day's work. Some of the more common are Salary or hourly wage. For instance. cosmetology pay schemes vary widely. Is the salon commission or salary based? Are health benefits offered? How much can I expect to make as an assistant? How will my compensation package change when I become a hairstylist? Is there a 401(k) or some other form of employee savings plan? How often will I be paid? Is there a training or procedures manual in which my specific duties or responsibilities are spelled out? What do you do to market. and publicize the salon? What types of promotions. Salary or wage plus commission. you may make nary a dime.< previous page page_169 next page > Page 169 and how are they distributed? How many of the current staff members were assistants? What brands of professional products does the salon carry? How many clients does each salon professional typically have? What makes the salon unique in its market? Employment questions: Don't be afraid to ask about how you will be compensated. and charitable programs do you sponsor? Compensation Issues As they do in many service professions. This combines the security of a regular paycheck with a bonus for hitting certain targetsservice dollars. This offers you no security but a chance to make a very large sum indeed.000 you generate that week in service sales. There are pros and cons to each method. On the negative side. your commission may be 30 percent up to the first $1. events. or a combination thereof. then it may shoot up to 40 percent for the next < previous page page_169 next page > . Sliding-scale commission. but don't sound overly concerned about money. If you do $500 worth of services a day and your commission is 50 percent. retail dollars. Commission only. It offers stability and means you are an employee of the salon. This method guarantees you a fixed income for hours you work. This method is often employed by higher-end salons that are sophisticated in the retailing arena. If there's a thunderstorm and no one leaves their house that day. salaries themselves offer little incentive to increase productivityyou get paid the same regardless of whether you work on two clients a day or ten. It all depends.
to alter your hours to suit your schedule. and to 50 percent for the next $1.000. and therefore you are not eligible for benefits. both parties kick in contributions to this plan. Beginning salaries. you can't withdraw the money before age 59½ without a steep penalty. Company-funded profit sharing. more salon ownersand especially those who own more than one locationhave committed to offering insurance to attract higher-quality employees. Employees become fully vested in the plan after a period of years. Or you may make commission on retail products at a rate of. say. Renting or leasing space. And if you rent space.000. The reasons are multifaceted: If you're just starting out your career. Forward-thinking salons may offer some type of profit-sharing. you'll have to purchase all your own equipment. you don't have a clientele yetso a commission-only situation may be a tough go. health insurance is less common in salons. making this an ideal retirement account. provided you sell a minimum of $500 worth of retail every week. You are not employees of the salon. Think long and hard about the compensation program at the salon you'd like to work for before saying yes to any job offer. 401(k) plans. are at least guaranteed income. A workplace standard in other industries. Some salons will permit you. You may still work 40 hours. although often low. However. An obvious perk! Flex time. This is < previous page page_170 next page > . a salary plus commission or commission-only situation becomes a little more realistic. Specifically.< previous page page_170 next page > Page 170 $1. after you begin earning a certain amount of revenue. but not in the conventional five-day increments. Once you're more experienced and have established a roster of steady clients. query them about the following: Health insurance. This arrangement means you're an independent contractor with your own station in a salon with other independent contractors. As with profit-sharing. The Importance of Benefits Be sure to ask your prospective employer about the salon's benefits program. But over the last couple of years. 20 percent. and you'll incur other expenses you never dreamed of (more on that in Chapter 6). to which both the employer and employee contribute. Paid vacations.
nailcare. makeup. MD: "A portfolio of your work is always impressive. to display in a professional-looking portfolio that includes your resume. He takes regular tours of local and regional cosmetology schools to find more out about their quality. or skincare. MD: Bob Zupko is accustomed to hiring young salon professionals to work at his 7. or whether the salon brings in educators on its own. estheticians. and nailcare artists. Gambrills. Be on time. Some salons will help you pay for a trip to an out-of-town trade show. "I look for a school that doesn't just prepare students to pass the state boards." Zupko says. He looks for students who are prepared to work in a salon "team" environment. Training programs and education.500 square-foot day spa salon. He observes classes in session. some top salon owners share the secrets of what they look for in a prospective hire: Gene Mock. I look for students who aggressively want to be career cosmetologists.< previous page page_171 next page > Page 171 becoming more commonplace as salons stay open later and even on Sunday to accommodate time-crunched clients. haircolor. and he will give special consideration to new graduates from schools that taught them to work as team members. Make your first impression your best impression. whether it is hairstyles. and show your positive interest. or makeovers. whether it is hairdressing. assesses the technical skills of students. come prepared with a list of five to ten questions. They need to have good all-around skills in every aspect of what they are pursuing. with the understanding that you will share what you've learned with the rest of the staff upon your return." Bob Zupko. Ask whether the salon will foot the bill for any advanced classes or seminars you'd like to take. Studio One Hair Design & Day Spa. Robert Andrew DaySpa Salon. Frederick. The first step he takes in evaluating new salon professionals is visiting the schools from which they are graduating. The Intangibles Salon Owners Look for Ever wonder what sets certain applicants apart from the pack? Here. nailcare. Collect photographs of your finished work. which includes a team of more than 55 salon professionals. < previous page page_171 next page > . and interviews instructors. Zupko takes a very detailed approach to hiring new students out of cosmetology school.
or skincare. PA: "We have a standard application here at Currie. The application can give us an idea of what type of experience and expertise a person has in a particular field. "We make candidates perform a basic client consultation. and it's just not enough. makeup. we introduce the applicant to our staff. we don't hire them. self-confidence. but we find that it gets most salon professionals excited about working together as opposed to just working for themselves. Intangibles like personality." says Zupko. Glen Mills. extroverted behavior." Randy Currie. selfmotivation. Our job application. and multicultural hair. can give us a sense of the person's reliability and degree of responsibility. I encourage applicants to spend at least 15 < previous page page_172 next page > . "Too many schools only teach the basics of cosmetology. During the day. we will put their resume at the top of the list. and if they can do it with professionalism and personality. "A part of our interview process involves a day when the applicant comes in for three to four hours to observe and interact with our staff. but it cannot express how the applicant dealt with difficult or stressful situations. clipper cuts." The ability to work as a "team member" is also vital. If they lack interpersonal skills. hairdressing. "It's not always something they can learn on the job. It's very similar to many job applications out there." Zupko says. but we look for many things that just can't be expressed on the application." Zupko is adamant about hiring new graduates who are skilled in all phases of haircutting. based on information about past employment. they will have to learn to do it on their own. or even just enough to pass the state boards. but it really can't express how that person got along as a teammate with coworkers. Currie Hair-Skin-Nails. candidates will eventually be rewarded with a job at a prestigious salon. with individual talents. "All staff members improve their skills or make a significant accomplishment for the betterment of our day spa salon team. Our extensive interview process helps us gather this intangible information. "We operate as one working team. nailcare. It's an extra challenge learning to work this way.< previous page page_172 next page > Page 172 Zupko advises people who are interested in attending cosmetology school to find one that offers basic or additional course work in client consultations. and fashion sense are qualities that we feel are important for our new assistants. they're not ready to work in my salon. so if they don't learn it at their school. If candidates come in and they don't know how to do updos. image consciousness. If they can go out of their way to do so.
and they can study their technique not only in cutting and styling but also how they interact with their clients. receptionists. everyone. hair designers. nail technicians. It shows us they are serious about their career and really take an interest in their future.< previous page page_173 next page > Page 173 minutes with each staff member to get to know a little bit about them." < previous page page_173 next page > . They can observe each professional at work. We want applicants to ask a lot of questions. estheticians. This includes current assistants.
Pamela Dennis. but I've gotten to do quite a few shows in Denverfor Carolyne Roehme. Once I realized there was an opportunity to be involved with models and department stores. Usually people wait to be asked to do these things. Prada. I always knew I wanted to do it. Because you will have to work exceptionally hard. but once they knew I did good work and that I didn't want to be paid. and be very aggressive. And that's how I got to work this year with Eugene Souleiman on the Milan shows of Dolce & Gabbana. and how much money you can make. to succeed. CO Ten years Insider's Advice I got my cosmetology license by taking cosmetology through a vocational high school. You can double or quadruple your money in a just a few years. what your skill level needs to be. so the fashion world is beginning to make a presence in Denver. If you're not interested in the esthetics of hairdressing or makeup or skincare. Insider's Take on the Future If you don't love what you do. But the harder you work in the beginning of your careerespecially if you choose your place of employment wellthe sooner the really hard work passes. and the like.< previous page page_175 next page > Page 175 Who: What: Where: How long: Charlie Price Salon owner and freelance fashion hairstylist Planet Salon. At first they weren't receptive. but I campaigned for it! I would go to the people in charge of these shows and let them see some photos of my work. For a while I though about moving there. they were just fine. and I'd give them my resume and call them on the phone. Denver. I was an assistant in a salon. When I first started. I learned so much that waywhat you can learn from your clients. I just went for it. We just did a fall collection of Jean-Paul Gaultier here. don't bother. Soon I got an opportunity to assist some local hairdressers who were working luncheon fashion shows in Denver. it will not work. and Miu Miu. and I visited some salons in New York that I knew did a lot of photo work. When I started doing some work for [professional beauty company] Aveda. I started traveling. < previous page page_175 next page > .
Well. And the owner doesn't seem to have time for youshe's got 20 other employees vying for her attention. In fact. you're not even allowed to work on clients yet. didn't you? < previous page page_177 next page > . you realize that you're not the star of the salon. Is this the career you really want? Take heart. Your experience is similar to that of tens of thousands of cosmetology professionals just entering the industry. Soon. You'll learn about paying your dues and moving up. Entry-level jobs are often considered glorified apprenticeships. You'll also have to learn how to handle a wide variety of personalitiesand live with them peacefully for 40 hours or more a week. and you'll have to spend plenty of time mixing haircolor formula and sweeping up hair before you can move up to having your own chair and clientele. You've found what looks to be your dream jobat least your dream first job. you wanted a challenge. however.< previous page page_177 next page > Page 177 Chapter 6 How to Succeed Once you've Landed the Job This chapter will give you tips on managing relationships with your boss and coworkers and fitting into the particular culture of your new salon.
and former fellow students to bring themselves or send their friends in for budget-priced cuts." (If your salon doesn't have one. to help them complete these courses and to build on their levels of advancement. Sassoon would lay his slacks underneath the mattress on his bed so the crease would stay in place." Vidal Sassoon loves to tell the story of his own apprenticeship. financially and otherwise. we review what the assistants have completed and how far along they have come. owner of Currie Hair-Skin-Nails. < previous page page_178 next page > .) Hot Tip If you're anxious to start working on "live heads.< previous page page_178 next page > Page 178 Starting from Scratch Let's face it: There's only so much you can learn at a beauty school. the assistants can build on the long-term goal of becoming established hairstylists.) Ask friends. (To this day. ask your salon owner to start onethey're great experience for you and great exposure for the salon. in the long run." recruit your own models for your salon's "model night. As a full-service salon owner. Each night. Sassoon Academy students and employees are some of the best-disciplined people in the beauty industry." says Randy Currie. By moving forward with a series of short-term goals. The first few years in the salon are paying-your-dues time. Anyone who tells you that you can make $40. "Assistants need to be patient and need to be constantly learning. That's why a growing number of salons have devised their own apprenticeship programs or assistant programs that all new hires must complete before becoming full-fledged staff cosmetologists. After a certain period. even a top-flight one. courtesy of you. family members.000 a year straight out of school is doing you a disservice. "Most assistants are so anxious to move up through the ranks that unless they can see progress and the completion of shortterm goals. I try to provide many educational opportunities for assistants. It's been proved time and again that if you treat your first few years in the salon the same way college students treat their last few years in schoolas a learning experiencethen you'll come out ahead. to a man who was such a stern disciplinarian that he insisted his employees have not one wrinkle in their clothing. Sassoon cites this early discipline as the single biggest key to his later success. they never see a light at the end of the tunnel.
new hires can expect to work as assistants for at least one year. Use your insight to study your boss. This enables the assistant to build a relationship with the hairstylist's clients. and often (but not always) a salon professional as well. Assistant Programs: Exhibit A At Currie Hair-Skin-Nails. Next. such as perming and relaxing. Pay attention to what she says. Whether you're facing a conflict with a coworker or a clog in the sink. so that they get to know and feel comfortable with the assistant. He or she expects you to succeed and will do everything within reason to ensure that you do. It's important that you understand her professional values so you can meet performance expectations. he or she begins to work on clients with less and less input from the stylist. Try to solve problems on your own. Then the assistant works on all chemical services. or to operate the phone system you've never worked with. First. ask for clarification. Don't just assume you understand what your boss means when he asks you to mix up a color formula you've never heard of. the assistant works as a shampooist. he or she works on haircolor. chances are you're a people person: You pick up on their physical or psychological cues. try to be as proactive as possible. Follow instructions to the letter. < previous page page_179 next page > . the assistant works on the the stylist's clientele. Salon owners resent any unnecessary intrusions on their time. Finally. Then commit the response to memory. using all the skills he or she has learned. No one likes to hear the same questions over and over again. Assistants must average 60 clients per month for two consecutive months before they can be considered stylists. Each assistant works under one stylist or salon professional for this entire period before becoming an independent Currie salon professional. If something's unclear. The assistantship program has four steps. The program typically lasts 18 to 24 months.< previous page Working with your Boss page_179 next page > Page 179 A boss is part teacher and part manager. ask. but your success ultimately depends on one person: the one you see in the mirror. Other tips: If you don't understand something. As the assistant becomes more experienced. watch her manner. It's always best to askonce. If you're a salon professional.
the hardest workers. Unless you witness something grossly unethical on the joband think perhaps the salon owner should be made aware of itkeep mum. ever put off ''grunt work" until tomorrow. Remember. that your salon owner is not likely to promote you to a high-level position unless you exhibit maturity and problem-solving skills. Practice treating your coworkers the same way you treat your clients. Solve your own conflicts. (You don't want your clients to know how lousy your day is. particularly if you're fond of them all. "It can only help you in your career to see the kind of inter- < previous page page_180 next page > . and an esthetician may reciprocate by giving the hairdresser a facial. If your salon owner doesn't want you smoking in the back room. Don't get overly involved in their lives." says Kristin Wall Chou. the chronic complainers. Be approachable. If you're having a bad day (the car broke down. It's a no-win situation otherwise. Don't get the boss involved unless the situation is so bad that you want to leave your job and you believe the salon owner can do something about the problem. "I encourage our staff members to have lunch with the group. your tax return was smaller than expected). the baby is sick. Some other tips: Always be friendly and professional. If you do. it's best to put your keen observational skills to the test. Remember the purpose of your job: to help you develop your career. Don't let praise go to your headand don't take criticism to heart. Always behave responsibly. Dragging the boss into personality disputes will only make her think less of you as a professional. CT. For instance. you'll soon identify the best hairdressers. spa manager of the Adam Broderick Image Group in Ridgefield. and the clock watchers. As with your boss.< previous page Working with your Colleagues page_180 next page > Page 180 Your workplace peers can be the greatest pleasure of your jobor your biggest pain. too. try to push that aside. It's hard to know where to draw the line with colleagues. don't. do you?) Don't get involved in disputes. A good rule of thumb to remember: They're your coworkers. And don't leave the front desk unattended while you go grab a muffin. She also encourages people to trade services. a hairdresser may give a haircut to an esthetician. don't hide in the back room. And never. not your family.
conscientious? Keep that image in the forefront of your mind and the rest will take care of itself. Working with the Receptionist Your salon's receptionist is perhaps the most important person in the salon. your paycheck will suffer. follow these key points: Be respectful. During the first month or two. Imagine observing yourself from a distance. Be tolerant of mistakes. Treat everyone equally. But you'd feel terribly if the latter clients could sense your dislike. Extensive reading. assistantships usually last ten months to a year. just as you'll have favorite clientsand others you might half-wish not to have. the same goes for your fellow employees. MD. or snubbed may consciously or subconsciously decide to steer clients away from you. A receptionist who feels mistreated. employ your own Candid Camera technique on yourself. When the manager feels they're ready." At this level. Sometimes it's impossibledue to timing constraints or other factorsto give everyone an equal number of appoint- < previous page page_181 next page > . they book appointments. haircolor simple tints. they assist with hair designblow-drying. Let the receptionist know what kind of clients you like and what type of styles you're best at or need to work on so that you're more likely to get clients you're comfortable with. To develop a sound relationship with your salon receptionist. If you're on commission and the receptionist doesn't schedule you a good number of appointments. Be informative. Receptionists are the face salons show to the public.< previous page page_181 next page > Page 181 action that goes on in other parts of the salon or spa. greet guests. they become senior stylists. Assistants are given an overview of each specialized area in the salon and can opt to specializeor not. and mannequin work are the norm. what kind of work your coworkers do. Assistant Programs: Exhibit B At David's Beautiful People in Rockville. relaxed. observation and studying are the keys. tests. and generally make sure everything is in order. You'll always have favorite coworkers." Wall-Chou says. match walk-ins to appropriate hairdressers. ignored. Typically. within four to six months assistants move up to become "Young stylists. They can cut and style hair while a senior stylist monitors their work. polite. When in doubt. Do you behave like a professional? Are you well groomed. and chemical processes.
receiving assistant-level wages. and lifestyle. then the client will get himwhether it's your turn or not. how do you expect it to change? Being proactive can prevent a difficult situation from becoming really difficult. Here are some general questions to open with: "Is this your first time at the salon?" "What do you do for a living?" "What do you like about your hair?" "What don't you like?" < previous page page_182 next page > . Assistant Programs: Exhibit C The Van Michael Salons in Atlanta are famous for their cutting-edge but consumerfriendly styles. Having a great "chairside manner" will take you a long way. new client recruitment. Verbalize problems. The Importance of Consultations It's likely that your salon owner or manager will train you in the salon's specific consultation technique. Time your services to maximize your efficiency. The consultation is key because it's an icebreakeryour chance to size up the client's wants. the receptionist must always abide by the wishes of the client. Also. It's also the primary way to get new clients to relax in your chair. When the manager decides that junior stylists are ready to move to the next level. while someone else gets three chemical services at twice the revenue. and retail skills. They spend three to six months assisting senior stylists and learning about the salon. The New Talent salons are budget-priced spots where stylists further hone their skills while working on client retention. They also attend training sessions taught by the salon's general manager. Know your schedule. they move on to the New Talent division. If you're done with a client earlier than expected. When the junior stylists have graduated. If the client must have Stylist X. Some people may get stuck doing all haircuts one day. If you don't tell the receptionist that you're unhappy about something. needs. but it never hurts to know the basics. but be realistic about how long it will take you to finish a client.< previous page page_182 next page > Page 182 ments. he asks them give an impromptu demonstration in front of owner Van Council and other educators. alert the receptionist so walk-ins can be sent your way. The salons hire junior stylists who choose cutting or coloring as their speciality. which has two separate salons adjacent to each of the senior salons. You don't want to keep a client waiting.
or not give you a raise. or sending letters or calling you. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) breaks it down into two categories: quid pro quo and hostile environment. "Do you color your hair? Do you take any medications that I should know about? Are you looking for a big change or just small adjustments?" During the consultation it's critical to maintain eye contact. Sometimes. Show examples in the form of swatches and photos. Work efficiently. it's just not easy to communicate with a client. It also includes assault and rape. if your boss or coworker is constantly making crude remarks. For instance. who said it. but never make it difficult for clients to voice their opinion. or someone else you have to deal with at work. Sexual harassment can take two forms. and salons are no exceptionparticularly in an industry in which the workforce is more than 80 percent female (although men are also victims of harassment). If the harasser is a colleague or client. but he or she may start get antsy as you proceed. < previous page page_183 next page > .< previous page "Why did you leave your last salon?" (ask of a new client only) "What products do you use?" "Is there anything else I should know?" page_183 next page > Page 183 This last question is crucial. prompt them by asking. Protecting Yourself from Sexual Harassment It happens in every work environment. If the harasser is a colleague or client. In such cases. distributor. either confront the harasser and make your feelings know or otherwise demonstrate that you do not approve of the behaviour. explicitly commenting on your appearance. and be courteous if the client brings in a photo. Be tactful (don't chatter on about gray hair). If clients don't know how to respond. A hostile environment is one in which you can't perform your job because of the intimidating or offensive working environmentfor instance. speak to your coworkers if they are experiencing the same problems. speak to your supervisor. Speak only to the clientmake him or her feel like the only person in the world. contact the EEOC at (800) 669-3362. The harasser needn't be a coworker or boss. If the behaviour continues. So give them the benefit of the doubt at first. If the harasser is your boss. Ask your coworkers if they are experiencing the same problems. when it was said. and whether there were witnesses. Don't proceed too quickly. you may have an idea for a cut and persuade the client to try it. or promise a raise in return for inappropriate behavior. if there in any. If you think you are a victim of sexual harassment. keep a record of what happens: what was said. no matter how smoothly you handle the consultation. For example. a harasser may threaten to fire you. The formers means harassment that involves threats or rewards. he or she could also be a client. stop cutting and explain to the client what you're doing and why. Keep all evidence. Sometimes perpetrators are unaware that what they are doing is making you uncomfortable.
booth renters operate as independent contractors and pay a percentage of their gross. For example. making it easier for the state and the IRS to keep track of who's earning money and not filing. or a flat fee. Tie your records to your appointment book. Legal Issues If you're an independent contractor (booth renter).< previous page page_184 next page > Page 184 Booth-Renting As was explained in Chapter 1. Texas passed legislation in 1992 requiring independent cosmetologists to have a booth renter's license. Others let the independent cosmetologist buy in for comprehensive business coverage on the premises.179 32 24 The Insurance Question If you decide to rent space in a salon or work at home.) The Booth-Rental Landscape Total Number of salons in 1996 Percentage of booth-rental salons in 1996 Percentage of booth-rental salons in 1991 Source: "Job Demand in the Cosmetology Industry. keep accurate records that document the income you list on your return. 1996" a national survey conducted for the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences. you need to confront the question of insurancenot just medical. 285. you also need to take special care with taxes. Just one injured or dissatisfied client may lead to financial ruin if you're uninsured. There are new laws in place to combat this trend. To protect yourself. The IRS wants a cancelled check to verify every receipt. but liability and malpractice as well. Policies may also cover those who rent space or have a home workplace. so keep track of them as well. Some salon owners' policies provide coverage for everyone who works at their location. Business expenses are deductible. The Internal Revenue Service estimates that 10 million individuals and businesses64 percent of them self-employed and typically in "cash" businessesmay not have filed tax returns in 1996. < previous page page_184 next page > . And pay your business expenses with checks. Nail down the details before you work on your first client. to the salon owner for the space they rent within a salon. (Note: Booth rental is illegal in the state of New Jersey.
you may be found guilty of fraud and subjected to substantial penalties.< previous page page_185 next page > Page 185 Also keep records of your received and deposited moneyincluding tips. Make sure you have a written agreement with the salon owner. An area of the salon should be designated as yours. Be aware that independent contractors cannot be required to work specific hours or days. Booth Rental Depth in the Industry Number of people working in beauty. You should have business cards and a business checking account to pay all your business operating expenses. Booth Renter Checklist 1. and it should be renewed annually. and supplies. the IRS may determine that you're an employee of the salon. If you work for more than a year without one. It should show the amount of rent you paid. the owner is obligated to pay taxes on the equipment. give IRS form 1099-MI SC to your salon owner or landlord. or wear a uniform or salon logo. You must provide your own tools. and nail salons and barbershops in 1996 Percentage of booth renters in 1996 Percentage of stylists who became booth renters in 1996 Source: "Job Demand in the Cosmetology Industry. Finally. unisex.000 22 19 < previous page page_185 next page > .345. attend seminars or meetings. Your agreement may be terminated by written notice. equipment. 4. It should set limits on your arrangement. You should have your own sales tax number if you sell retail products to your clients." a national survey conducted for the National Accrediting Commission Cosmetology Arts and Sciences. 1. If you misrepresent your income by more than 20 percent. 5. And pay your quarterly taxes. an independent contractor cannot be fired at will. 3. 1996. You can get the appropriate forms from your accountant or directly from the IRS. 6. submit reports. 2.
Everyone is a potential client. always offer to perform a corrective service at no charge. president of Marketing Solutions. call your new clients a week or so after their first salon visit to see how they felt about their service. they and their friend will each receive $5 off their next service. as well as the cashier in your supermarket checkout line and the local librarian. You never have a second chance to make a first impression. Give them to each new client. If they're dissatisfied. but you will also gain many new clients through the events you organize. stay within those parameters. your salon may have a similar program in place. a Fairfax.) Have at least 2. charitable events. After working in a salon environment for a year or two. This is where some strategic business thinking (which you may or may not have received in beauty school) can come in handy. You'll not only learn terrific team-building skills.< previous page page_186 next page > Page 186 Marketing Yourself One of the biggest challenges for salon professionalsat any levelis building and sustaining a clientele. so dress for respect.000 printed up. Always offer your clients three extra business cards. and always carry them with you. it should!) Make follow-up calls. Offer to head up the salon's promotions. < previous page page_186 next page > . you need to retain a high percentage of your first-time clients. If it doesn't. Now it's time to put your own career plan into effect. It should be professionally designed and distinctive. and other special events. offers these tips: Invest in your image. fashion shows. (Again. Follow-up is key to client retentionand to be truly successful. Larry Oskin. Strategic thinking means having an eye on your long-term goal and then clearing a path to obtain it. If your salon owner is comfortable with the idea. Get involved with the business of the salon. Treat your business card as a mini-billboard. VAbased beauty industry consulting and marketing company. (If your salon has standard cards for everyone. you probably have a good idea of what you'd ultimately like to do in the world of beauty. Explain that if any of their referrals come to the salon. Develop client referral programs. ask them to print their name on the back and give the cards to friends or coworkers. It's an essential but inexpensive marketing tool.
but you can still get the media to pay attention to your story. sharing your experiences with new students. Develop your own magazine. Take advanced education classes. As with your resume. both trade and consumer. Offer to become a role model for the Cosmetology Advancement Foundation.) Give something back to the industry. Each press release should be succinct. Not everyone can be Frederic Fekkai or Vidal Sassoon. makeup. you work in an industry with more than its share of publications. < previous page page_187 next page > . make sure you and someone else proofread the press release before sending it out. and toys at home. Sign up for every seminar you can. Fortunately. teddy bears. and both trade and fashion magazines offer information on the latest trends in hair. If your salon belongs to the local Chamber of Commerce. Your Fifteen Minutes One of the most effective ways to promote yourself and your skills is through the media. with a contact name and phone number (yours) readily visible. traveling to vocational and secondary schools in your area to promote the value of a cosmetology career. and skincare as well as cultural information that will keep you on the cutting edge and enable you to be a total image consultant to your clients. Here are some suggestions: Issue press releases to local and national media outlets. If you complete an advanced education course and receive a certificate.< previous page page_187 next page > Page 187 Do business-to-business networking. nailcare. Get out of the salon at least once or twice a month to meet new people in your community. book. Volunteer to speak at your beauty school alma mater. You can use a press release to announce a salon event or predict the haircolors clients will want next season. put it up on the wall at your station. Take notes and photographs so you can share new concepts with your growing clientele. Read beauty trade and consumer fashion magazines. Trade magazines are a great source of marketing tips and success stories you can learn from. attend conventions and trade shows. ask your salon owner if you may attend some of the business-to-business events and functions with him or her. There's also plenty of beauty and fashion information on cable and broadcast television. using the salon's letterhead. and video education library. (Leave the baby pictures.
fax your own hit-ormiss evaluation of the evening's hairstyles and fashions to members of the media. so it's best to strike early. You should always take photos at any event in which your salon participates. particularly as they relate to fashion and to celebrities. and How). then send the press release to local media. ask your salon's receptionist to do some detective work over the phone to help you in this task. For instance.< previous page page_188 next page > Page 188 Consider the type of coverage you want. When. (Thanks to cable television. you can put together a nice photo collage to hang on the wall. Be sure to provide caption information. in your opinion. If you want some coverage for a cut-a-thon the salon is hosting. In it you can respond to questions from readers. Milan. You never knowthey may send over a camera crew. Do the same thing seasonally during the fashion shows in London. What. Even if you never make the papers. If you're analyzing a style trend. and New York. Offer to contribute a style column to your local newspaper. Always get your models to sign a model release form (a document < previous page page_188 next page > . Keep track of press release recipients and follow up with a phone call confirming receipt. you'll have to do this repeatedlyusing clients as models and working on it during your down timeto show people what you're capable of.) Explain why. If you want post-event coverage from a magazine. the styles seen on the runway will be a hit or a bomb with real-life clients. It will tell clients that the salon is an integral part of the community. Why. the morning after the Academy Awards. "What's the best way to avoid frizzies when the weather gets hot and humid?" "What's the difference between permanent and semipermanent haircolor?") Do your own photo shoots. Paris. along with the five W's and the H (Who. include photos. in each press release. (For example. No. If you position yourself as an expert on trends. don't expect an editor from American Salon to suddenly come knocking at your salon's door offering to put together a photo shoot for you and foot the bill. If you want your creative work published. Always address your press releases to a specific person. And make sure the names are spelled correctly. editors will definitely give you a call. especially TV. magazines and newspapers are probably your best bet. the images from these events are now available instantly. Where. Make yourself available for comment.
< previous page page_189 next page > Page 189 giving you permission to reproduce their pictures for publication). You'll get valuable tips on lighting. Networking Being able to effectively communicate what you and your business are about is not just a plus. Keep copies of everything you send out. < previous page page_189 next page > . Develop a positive attitude. what makes a good model. A bit of enthusiasm and a smile go a long way." Beauty is such a fast-moving industry that you need to be ahead of the curve. you'll learn what goes into making a picture. and other good information. it's essential. Take constructive criticism. composition. provide all necessary credit information. And look into taking a class on doing photo shoots. Subscribe to the magazines. listen to the radio.) If you're serious about photo shoots. Make yourself familiar with all of the media outlets to which you're sending releases. or you may be "behind trend. and on your local jogging track can open doors to new business." or story idea. Even if you don't take the photos yourself. take a photography class. watch the television shows. or magazines will not publish your pictures. If you're terminally shy when it comes to meeting people and going to events. Send duplicates. Find out who is sponsoring the event and who's attending. will sound to the appropriate editor or reporter. You may not be selecting the proper models or the right backgrounds. they're offered by dozens of beautyindustry image companies. and share your ideas and concepts in an accompanying note. askin a nonhostile way. here are some tips: Do your homework. The more informed you are. how to think two-dimensionally for the camera. at trade shows. They don't want a lawsuit on their hands. send slides or transparencies. they probably receive dozens per day. Other points to remember: always label photographs. not originals. (Remember. most magazines will not return the photos you send them. anticipating what styles people will be wearing before they wear them. If you want to know why your work isn't being published. the better your "pitch. not prints. Knowing how to approach people at parties.
And that means keeping them looking their best. retailing makes great business sense. I'm an artist!" But as creative as you are. Prepare your small talk. you want to tell people who you are and give them a pleasant impression of you. smile. When meeting people. That figure can double if you focus on styling aids too. and firmly shake hands. stylists need to avoid "retail killers" such as assessing clients' ability to afford products based on their appearance. Besides. It's also about helping them maximize their style even when they're not in the salon. Salon owners offer generous commission on retail items in an effort to encourage their sale. Remember. If you have trouble. or not listening and not communicating. the weatheranything to break the ice. comment on your surrounds. You never know when they might come in handy. the food. Many clients complain that they don't know how to use a productfor instance. Discuss products as you're using them. being afraid that the client will say no. According to business expert Carol Phillips. try using the following techniques: Keep product visible at your station. Are you meeting with people to drum up more business? To be visible among your peers? To learn the latest trends? Plan your introduction. they need at-home care productsand you should be selling them. Bring your business cards. Perhaps you're crying ''But I'm not a salesperson. To do this. not having the courage to close the sale. when you're talking clients into changing their look. look them in the eye. < previous page page_190 next page > . Explain why they're particularly good for that client's hair. The Retailing Challenge Working in a salon isn't simply about performing services for clients.< previous page page_190 next page > Page 190 Focus on the benefits. Plus. You can easily make an extra $100 a day just by selling shampoo and conditioner to your clients. Show the client how to use the product. Instead of falling into these traps. your first and foremost job in the salon is servicing clients. what constitutes a "dab" of gel or how gel should be worked into the hair. you're really selling them on an idea. There's that word again.
using local brides-to-be as models. Charge a nominal fee. clothing or food for the needy. if you're an esthetician. Get your clients and fellow staff members to participate in a walk-a-thon or just contribute to the cause. with all proceeds going to the local women's shelter or another worthy recipient. If you're a hairdresser. Host a bridal fair. Collect money. It also enables you to meet people and become known. Cross-promoting means telling your clients about the benefits of other services in the salon. Give out trial-size samples to new clientsjust to get them hooked. such as how to blow-dry hair using a round brush. and volunteer to spearhead the projects: Hold makeover nights. and department stores. Put on a fashion show.) Cross-Promoting Services In an age when salons are offering more and more types of beauty servicesand clients seem to want one-stop beauty shoppingeverybody benefits by concerted. < previous page page_191 next page > . In the spring. you might want to mention to your clients that there are plenty of hairstylists available to shampoo and blow-dry their hair if they want it styled to complement their glowing skin. you can tell clients about the terrific new nail technician and offer a complimentary hand massage or nail buff while clients are waiting for their color to process. Participate in fundraisers for charities. display new styles for hair and gowns. local merchants. Or you can mention that the salon's makeup artist is very talented and is available for consultations. Invite clients to come in and watch a makeover or two. For instance. Good Works Getting involved with the community has always been a part of salon culture. Team up with the local women's association. and sometimes even giving them a free sample. You can do this either year-round or at the holidays. Suggest that your salon do one or more of the following. Give styling tips for at-home use. Fragrance is the single biggest selling trigger for personal care products. (Check your local newspaper's engagement listings for names.< previous page page_191 next page > Page 191 Encourage clients to touch and smell the product. careful cross-promoting.
and meet their customersyou. You may feel particularly frustrated or bored if you haven't been promoted or don't see any more room for growth in your salon. take the opportunity to extol the talents of the new massage therapist. split up so you can cover more. Thousands of manufacturers from every segment of the beauty industry come to these events to sell products. and exhibitors will be there. If a client in your chair seems particularly edgy. even if you've managed to busy yourself with all the marketing ideas and extracurricular activities we've discussed in this chapter. Dress in layers. platform artists (people who demonstrate techniques on models). It's always less crowded first thing in the morning. check out the travel packages. And think of the goodwill you can generate among your colleagues if they're constantly getting referrals from you. The shows are a valuable resource for fledgling beauty pros. Bring a camera. A crowded show floor can get mighty hot. there may come a time when you feel stale. Bring a big bag. Before you go. Arrive early. If your coworkers are also attending. Your feet will thank you later. Not to mention the opportunities you'll have to sharpen your skills if they do likewise! How to Work a Trade Show The beauty industry loves trade shows such as New York's annual International Beauty Show. offer education.< previous page page_192 next page > Page 192 Often. consider these tips: Make a plan and follow it. Wear comfortable shoes. Divvy up the work. Make sure you give yourself enough time to cover everything. Research the show in advance: Find out which educators. Many salons encourage their staff members to cross-promote by giving them a percentage or commission on referrals to other areas of the salon. clients are just waiting to be cross-promoted. The Next Level After a few years. There'll be a lot of new products that you'll want to buy. Document new styles and techniques for your coworkers and clients. What to do? < previous page page_192 next page > . take notes and report back to the group on the areas you were responsible for.
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First of all, analyze why you feel the way you do. It may be that you really like your job but are overextended in other areas. Or you think you should be striving for more, to challenge your own comfort zone, even though you feel just fine and dandy where you are. There may be more serious reasons as well. Maybe you're getting so much work doing photo shoots that the real-life clients in your chair don't present you with enough creative challenges. Or your haircolor skills have developed to the extent that you want to spearhead the development of a haircolor department within the salon, but the boss isn't keen on the idea. Perhaps you're considering a job switch. Before you do anything, mull over why you want to leave. If money is the primary reason, check your math. No matter how good you are, you'll lose about 50 percent of your clientele if you leave your current salon. If you leave to go across the street for a 10 percent increase in commission but lose half of your clientele, you've just taken a 40 percent pay cut. It will take you about a year to rebuild your clientele. If a salon offers you a higher salary or commission but doesn't offer profit sharing, a savings plan, or a medical plan, you may wind up working harder for the same money you would have made if you stayed put. If you're truly frustrated by what you're doing on a day-to-day basis in the salon, you have two options: Talk to your boss about how you feel and try to work out a solution, or find another position. Which option you choose is up to you. If you have a very sound and open relationship with your boss, you may feel comfortable discussing your unhappiness. But if you feel in your heart that you need a change of scenery as much as a change of job, then don't bring it up. For instance, if what you really want is to work as a hairstylist on movie sets, then there's nothing your boss can do for you other than wish you well. If you decide to blaze your own trail, here are some general rules to follow: Keep your plans to yourself. Don't broadcast your unhappiness to clients. Talk about your interests and ambitions, if you like (client connections can give your career a tremendous boost), but be discreet so the whole salon doesn't have to hear about them. Never, ever badmouth the salon, the people who work there, or the owner. Doing so only makes you look bad. And karma boomerangs. Understand that change is both frightening and necessary in life. Don't beat yourself up for wanting to get everything out of your career that you possibly can, even if it means leaving certain people behind.
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Wait for the right job. Even if your boss is making you miserable or the rest of the staff just walked out, you don't need to jump into the first available lifeboat. If you do, chances are good you'll wind up even more miserable than before in three months' time. (The exception: if you sense that the salon is about to go out of business and you need to maintain a steady income.) Remember how far you've come. It may take weeks, months, even years to find your next ideal position, but you will find it. In the meantime, focus on your own professional agenda, and remember that not so long ago you didn't know how to roll a perm. Setting Goals Establishing what you want out of your career and working toward that goal is one way to combat the boredom that consumes many professionals. Don't tell yourself that you can't do something; you'll have plenty of people telling you the same thing! Instead, think about what will fulfill you. Make an outline of both long-term and short-term goals. It's essential to know yourselfwhat makes you happy and what attracted you to the beauty business in the first place. Then let yourself dream: Picture yourself owning a 10,000-square-foot salon. It may seem like pie-in-the-sky stuff, but it will help you to discover where your interests lie. Ascertain whether your strengths jibe with your interests. Generally they dopeople like what they're good atbut if they don't, now is the time to rethink your goals. Once you've refined your goal, outline the steps you must take to make it a reality. Then prioritize them and develop a time frame for accomplishing those steps. Sometimes, working on this with a partnera colleague or friendcan help keep you both motivated. Keep the faith. If you fall short of a specific goal, don't feel that you've failed or that the goal is unreachable. It's simply a goal deferred. Pat yourself on the back for coming so close. Then re-strategize to make sure that next time you'll achieve what you want.
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Beyond the Salon At some point you may decide that although you still love cosmetology, you don't want to practice it in a salon environment anymore. That's fine: There are plenty of opportunities in other areas. For instance, Susan Lipson went to vocational school and received her cosmetology license at age 17. She was learning about haircolor from a colorist in Los Angeles when a makeup artist friend asked her if she wanted to key a film with her. (Keying means supervising everything having to do with hair.) Lipson tells the story: "I knew how to style hair, but I didn't have a clue about what was involved in working on moviesissues of continuity, breaks in sequence, how fast you have to be, what it meant to break down a script. I got fired off my first film, but I met a lot of nice people, and they all knew I was pretty green. So I got a lot of calls from people who worked on that film for some lower-budget projects. "Since then I've worked primarily in movies and television, and I keep a limited clientele on weekends. But I formed this company, Onset, to provide education to salon hairdressers who want to get into the movie business, because there's so much work. The curriculum explores what your responsibilities on a movie set are, what production, preproduction, and post-production are like. Besides knowing how to be a hairdresser, it's about knowing how to do the hairstyles from each era of history. There's a lot of union and non-union work out there for people who want it." Specialization Sometimes you simply need to define what you like most about your job and what you like least, and then concentrate on the former. A growing number of salon professionals are choosing specialties within hairdressing. Some are principally haircutters; some decide to concentrate on chemical servicesrelaxers, permanent waves, and haircolor services. Patrick Mclvor of the Cutler Arrojo Salon in New York began his career as a haircutter. Soon after starting work in a salon, he forged relationships with his distributor and began receiving haircolor trainingand found his true calling. Being a haircolor specialist means higher service tickets, bigger tips, and a real artistic challenge. If you're interested in a chemical service specialty, Mclvor has this advice:
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"You have to be creatively open and listen to what the client really wants. I learned from salon owner Eric Fisher how to do a consultation. He asks the client what she likes about her hair, what she doesn't like, and why she left her last salon. The answers to those questions give me the ability to stack the deck: I already know what she doesn't want. Once you build relationships with clients, you can expose them to new ways of looking at themselves. "You really need to learn about color and tone. Don't be ashamed to ask questions. I learned from some very talented people who took the time to explain the whys of color to me. "The biggest misconception about being a haircolorist: Even colorists sometimes think it's an exact science. But it's an educated guessand the more educated you are, the better guess you're going to make. I still test-strand the client's hair if I'm doing allover color or making a dramatic change. "I do think it's valuable to have cutting expertise first before going into a chemical service specialty. It's what I did; now I know what makes a haircut structurally, so when I paint it I won't destroy the structure or intended appearance of the haircut." Platform Artist or Educator Cosmetology is a very visual field, and education at trade shows often features hairdressers' work shown on models. If you're interested in creating fashionforward looks or like the fast-paced energy of beauty shows, this could be the niche for you. "Sharing with my peers, I get so many ideas back in return; it's very fulfilling," says Jo Blackwell, who owns New York's Dop Dop salon and was a respected platform artist by her mid-20s. Companies rely on individuals or teams not only to show how their products work but also to create beautiful styles using them. The hope is that these styles will inspire cosmetologists in the audience, who will then take their new knowledge back to the salon and share it with their clients, recommending those products used at the show. If you're comfortable in front of an audience, speak well, and like to collaborate, then this could be a great career path for you. Ruth Roche, a former stylist at Xena's Beauty Co. in New York, now works as a platform artist for Redken. "Getting up in front of people was pretty terrifying at the beginning," she recalls. "Now I get such a high from seeing people get excited by what I'm showing them." If you decide that platform work or education is something you'd like to do, forge a relationship with your distributorsattend their classes, ask questions, and
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become an expert on the various product lines. If you have a particular favorite, approach the distributor about helping out at the educational events it hosts. Once you've got a few classes under your belt, discuss becoming a regional educator. Good platform presenters are invaluable to a distributor or manufacturer; platform presentations are one of the best ways to communicate a product's benefits in a way that hairdressers can relate to. Good regional educators are often promoted to national artistic teams for major manufacturers, affording opportunities to travel extensively, collaborate with like-minded artists, and gain tremendous visibility within the beauty industry.
Eye on the Prize Patrick Mclvor is haircolor director of the Arrojo Cutler Salon in New York and a platform educator for Redken. After attending East Brunswick, NJ Vocational/Technical High School as an adult, Mclvor began working in a salon. He explains what happened from there: "My teacher challenged me to compete in the International Beauty Show's men's haircutting competition. Well, I thought that a men's competition was for men. Instead, it meant male models. Anyway, I had to use my best friend as a model at the last minute, I didn't win, but I did well, and someone from Glenby International offered me a job as a manager, and soon after someone L'Oréal asked me if they could teach me haircolor. I was just doing cutting at the time. "I had an inch of knowldege but a mile of !-want-to-do-something attitude. And I decided that I like sharing my ideas with other people and exchanging knowledge. To succeed as an educator, you have to find the delicate balane: having enough of an ego that you feel good about yourself and your skills, but also recognizing it's not about showing off. It's about making the profession better. "Also, realize that not everyone is going to like what you do. Stick with your style and don't try to make everybody happy. Not everybody likes Picasso; some people prefer Rembrandt. And keep your mind open. You're going to get the opportunity to work with some amazing people who may have different styles from you. Just go with it and enjoy yourself."
When you work for a company, your compensation will depend on your experience and your level of commitment. Some companies hire artists on a monthly retainer. Others may want you to work sporadically, at trade shows, so you will be paid on a per-project basis. Such jobs usually go to pros with several years of salon experience who've made a name for themselves through their own photo shootswhich they send to companies to increase their own visibility.
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A few high-profile artists are employed full time by product manufacturers to produce photo shoots, test products, and the like; their salaries can run well into the six figures. But these jobs are usually open only to people with many years of experience and an extensive body of work. Photo Session Hairstylists Photo session hairstylists are sometimes treated as minor celebritiesthey have the most-desired positions in the beauty industry. The more renowned include Frederic Fekkai (who charges $300 per haircut!), Oribe, Orlando Pita (who does Madonna's hair, among others), John Sahag, Sam McKnight (who did the late Princess Diana's coif), Eugene Souleiman, and Trevor Sorbie. Many of these hairdressers not only do photo work but also put in hours behind the chair. As mentioned in Chapter 1, photo session work is very difficult to get. If you're serious about it, you first need to move to a major metropolitan areaLos Angeles, Miami, and New York have the vast majority of agencies. Don't embark on this plan without an extensive portfolio of test shots (shoots you did with similarly inexperienced but ambitious photographers and makeup artists) that demonstrate your skills. Circulate your book to the big agencies and offer to assist their major hairdressers (or makeup artists) on shoots gratis. Learning at the knees of a master can really send you on your wayparticularly if he or she likes your work as well. It's important to remember that advertising work pays far better than editorial work, although the latter is more prestigious. Plan to repeat your dues-paying years if you're serious about getting into session styling. The Day Spa Option Over the past few years, day spas have become the hottest growth area in the beauty industry. Day spas offer fullservice hair, nails, and skincare along with more traditional spa fare such as massage, hydrotherapy, and body treatments. Generally speaking, state licenses are required only for massage therapists; other treatments can be done by anyone, but it's best to take advanced education classes to learn more. Spa technicians exhibit many of the same skills as hairdresserspatience, listening, understanding, and healing. Spas are great avenues of cross-promotion for other beauty services as well. If you're interested in developing more than one area of expertise in beauty, then working in a day spa may be for you.
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I'd hire someone who can perform multiple services in a New York minute. It sounds terrible. For instance. which has 32 employees (eight nail techs. I'd seriously consider getting two licenses. and it makes you so much more desirable to an employer. "Key to success in a spa is learning how to work within a time frame. CT. And get a work ethic early. "We don't want any independent contractors because we're concerned with fostering a team spirit at the spa. Our service technicians work on at least six clients a day. it will help you earn a lot of money in the long run. my eye always goes to someone who's more mature. and two makeup artists). 12 massage therapists. and nail technicians. And work on your professionalism while you're still in school. "I do always look for someone with previous experience. you're going to be that much better. No one is an independent contractor. When I look at candidates. Our spa certainly sees more people in a day than does a chiropractor or people who work in private practice. In a private practice." < previous page page_199 next page > . It doesn't take that much more time to get another license. That's simply because you can be a great massage therapist coming out of school. estheticians. If you're just burned out. calling in sick is the last thing you should do. These clients are looking for something different. I need someone who's serious from the start. 10 estheticians. "If you are in beauty school and think you'd like to work in a day spa. Wall-Chou has this advice for students interested in working at a spa: "The first thing a prospective employee needs to know is that the spa works at a much slower pace than a salon. It really is the most important aspect of your career. Keep your services on schedule.< previous page Spa-lunking page_199 next page > Page 199 Day spas provide jobs for massage therapists. Kristin Wall-Chou manages the spa at the Adam Broderick Image Group in Ridgefield. then spend hours each day traveling between appointments and cleaning up. you do a client or two. so you need to come off as if you trust your own abilities. but it's true. But don't call in sick and leave me with eight appointments to fill that day. and you should speak in a quiet voice. The most important thing I can advise is to get your hands on as many clients as possible to improve your skills. electrologists. ask your boss for a day off. but if you've already worked on 200 bodies. Your demeanor has to be relaxed. Clients do want to have the same sense of confidence in you that they have in their hairdresser. There's a certain type of person who enjoys making this place their home.
It's my dream job. such as Pittsburgh Beauty Academy. Now I manage the affairs of the salon. you don't want to be a service technician any longer. more and more of them are responding to the need for such basic business education. and discipline employees. You also. A friend recommended that I go see [famed haircolorist] Beth Minardi. and insulate Beth and Carmine as much as possible from the daily running of the business. deal with the press. the salon's coowner] talking about how he wanted to give up the day-to-day running of the business so he could concentrate on clients. you may decide that although you want to remain in the salon. You need to know how to step into their shoes and think about how you would want to be treated if you were in their position. which is hugely motivating for me. The reception desk was right on the floor of the salon. You want to be seen as someone who cares about the client and is there to serve. A growing number of schools. or I'll consult with a client about which hairdresser is best for what they want. "I started as more of receptionist. "To succeed in this job you need excellent communication skillsnot only with clients but also with staff. and one day he heared Carmine [Minardi. customer service is the most important thing. I have staff meanings. Sometimes I still sit at the desk and take appointments. I supervise the tea cart and little things that make a difference only when they're not in place. but isn't beneath them. offer salon-management educational tracks for people who are intrigued by the nuts-and-bolts of running a business. handle conflicts. how to hire." < previous page page_200 next page > . I also spend time on the floor helping the stylists and colorists and moving people around. "Finally. Check your advanced-education facilities nearby. and manage the staff. need to be a little worldlybe knowledgeable about what's going on in the world. and other dollars-and-cents issues. and in particular the world of your usual clients. I knew there was a career path here. how to cost out your revenue per square foot. fire.' We hit it off. answering phones and making appointments. at times it's a 24-hours-a-day. I meet with them formally each month and more informally every week. My boss came back to work and said. My boss at the time was a client of the salon's as well. how to manage overhead. Here's her story: ''I was coloring my hair at home and had made a huge mess of it. She didn't attend beauty school. and the rest is history. but I took a lot of initiative. she became a salon manager because she was interested in working with creative people. Management 101 Zoë Stark manages the Minardi Salon in New York. seven-days-a-week job. and they've made me feel like a big part of the business. These classes provide insight into profitandloss statements. "However. I think.< previous page Salon Management page_200 next page > Page 200 After a few years behind the chair or at the nail station. and I listened to client consultations to improve my knowledge of hair. 'I've found the job for you.
Contact them to find out how you can help. enthusiastic. Well-presented. Steiner will help you pick a ship that suits your personality. Steiner's own training period usually lasts two to two and a half months. If you're outgoing and effervescent. a singlestype cruise might suit you. Be a team player. who manages salons and spas for Steiner/Transocean. Hundreds of young salon professionals have decided they want to work in the beauty field and travel while they're at it. High Seas Beauty The growing demand for beauty services that pamper and de-stress has rendered the salon and spa essential parts of any cruise ship. LGFB is the brainchild of the National Cancer Society and provides beauty consultations and support to women recovering from cancer. among many others. Steiner will train you to do its own treatments. You need to have that basic training even before you apply to the company. So are local chapters of the National Cosmetology Association. < previous page page_201 next page > . but it won't provide basic training for "beauty therapists"the English term for facialists and body therapists. Be honest. Be understanding of clients. its salons are found on every major commercial cruise ship. and professional demeanors go a long way. and grow artistically as well. You can work with styling wigs or teach women how to apply their camouflage makeup or care for their skin so they'll feel better about themselves during this traumatic time in their lives. You'll have to be prepared to handle them. Steiner/Transocean owns the single biggest cruise salon concession in the world. ""It's a great way to do what you love and see the world at the same time." says Kirsti Atwood. you might fare best on a slower-paced trip.< previous page Look GoodFeel Better page_201 next page > Page 201 The Look GoodFeel Better program is another way for beauty professionals to donate their time and services to help the community. Atwood has this advice: Be prepared to learn. is a highly visible supporter of the program. If you're interested in the idea of working on a ship. The company hires licensed professionals with two years' experience to work in their facilities. If you're more introverted. Cruise ships' international flavor means you'll run into different types of clients with different expectations. Session stylist Oribe.
and Television This work is notoriously difficult to get. If you're interested in joining a union. The union's screening committee reviews resumes every six months or so. Write to Steiner/Transocean at 1007 North America Way. or call (305) 358-9002. credits his success to his startmaking wigs for the cast of the Metropolitan Opera. and now manager. that becomes less of an issue. and networking with photographers to do shoots for credit only. "I started as a beauty therapist. Days off come only when the ships are in port. or theater. and then I was promoted to head beauty therapist. Cruise ships are necessarily limited by space and plumbing issues. only a certain amount of stock can be carried per trip. You must choose either the hair or makeup category. then assistant salon manager. offering to work for no pay at first. particularly in New York. FL 33132. it's largely a matter of who you know. Don't go in expecting all the latest and greatest treatments. if you do so you must forfeit the rest of your salary and reimburse Steiner for the cost of your training and your plane flights. Although people do get homesick and break their contracts. < previous page page_202 next page > . Working in Theater. but if you can manage to win the favor of an influential performer. Plus." he says. Be ambitious. Kelly recommends pounding the pavement. that's how I learned. Many shows won't hire you unless you are a union member. who also sees several clients a day. whether in films. Labor unions are another complicating factor. who's been in the business for 50 years and still runs a makeup and wig shop on the Great White Way. You can't do both. "Everyone in the opera wears makeup. here are some sample prerequisites from Local 798 of the Makeup and Hairdressers Union. They are looking for artists with theatrical experience. sending your portfolio to show producers. commercials. Miami. Film. Steiner employees from the United States sign six-month contracts that mandate 12-hour workdays. television. And labor unions control many of the jobs. which has jurisdiction from Maine to Florida." says Atwood. Legendary makeup artist Bob Kelly.< previous page page_202 next page > Page 202 Be prepared to tough it out. 4th floor.
For more information. You won't find any other distributors that carry that line. For instance. If you get into the union. Working for a progressive distributor. others may carry several dozen. Distributor or Manufacturer's Rep A great many beauty professionals go this route. say a company distributes Redken. trends. Salon employees and owners give them feedback on new products. you're eligible for motion picture guild health benefits. then you'll be approved by the union's executive board. For example. the salon owner never had the time to research it. Distributors are the middle men in the beauty industrythey make sales calls on salons and supply them with the products. which involves being an employee or a contract worker for a distributor or a product company. (Proof meaning pay stubs or W-2 tax forms. you can only work in Los Angeles County. you may have worked at a salon that desperately needed to computerize its bookkeeping. Some distributors carry one line of products only. Local 706 for motion pictures and television also requires that you work 60 days a year for three years. Distributors are manufacturers' links to salons in other ways as well. and your distributor wasn't much help. however.) If you meet those requirements. equipment. and business developments. To prove you've done so.< previous page page_203 next page > Page 203 If the committee members like your resume. you can help shape its offerings to better meet the demands of today's salons and barber shops. for which you'll have to supply your own models. You'll need to provide proof of employment for at least six months for the past three years. If you pass. they'll call you. (The work can be in television or film only. and tools they need. you need your pay stubs and letters from the payroll production company. According to the union. On the West Coast. call Local 706 at (818) 984-1700. Former salon workers often make great distributors because they know where the salon is coming from. They are intimately acquainted with salon culture and know what's needed. Now you can dive in there and < previous page page_203 next page > . plus you'll earn the union scale rate.) Also. it has exclusive rights to do so in your area. They ask distributors for assistance in marketing and for help in figuring out what new services to offer. production companies employ quite a bit of non-union labor. you'll be asked to take a written test and a practical test. so your best bet to get started is to subscribe to the trade papers Daily Variety and The Hollywood Reporter and scour the classified ads.
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although many of my clients are businesswomen. they're much more adventurous and open to changing their look. which is great creatively. I immediately went to work at a department store cosmetics counter. Soon I decided to move to Los Angeles and just do makeup.< previous page page_205 next page > Page 205 Who: What: Where: How long: Thomas Kolarek In-salon makeup artist Privé Salon. your typical day may not have many clients on the book. forever. It's a perfect complement to haircolor. I have found that in my area of Los Angeles. Los Angeles About 15 years Insider's Advice I got my license in esthetics after going to school near my hometown in northern California. but by the end of the day. plus some eyebrow arching or lash tinting. I did that for about three years. I found the job in a newspaper ad. you'll have done quite a few faces. Insider's Take on the Future With all the talk about color in the last few years. You may have to do house calls at the last minute. And you may not get to do the ultimate thing creatively. The line I was promoting utilized both facials and makeup. and the clientele was mostly housewives. Sometimes people forget that. It was the best thing that ever happened to me. with all the walk-ins and referrals. And I'd say 90 percent of people are return business. You might have to stay late to accommodate someone. I think it's just a matter of time before makeup really takes off in the salon environment nationwide. You might have to work at inconvenient hours or all weekend sometimes. I get a lot of business from clients already in the salon who've been referred to me by their colorist. I went to one of the top salons. If you're a salon makeup artist. and they just happened to be looking for a makeup artist. Women are really savvy these days. You need to leave your ego out of it. I'd advise anyone starting out that they have to be flexible. < previous page page_205 next page > . I needed a new artistic challenge. I got to make up a ton of faces every day. so I started to do both. because this is a service business. After a while.
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Atlanta. Toronto. Advanstar Beauty Group 7500 Old Oak Blvd. IBS New York. this appendix contains a state-by-state list of cosmetology associations. held each March. IBS is the largest trade show organization in the beauty industry. Boston. and Dallas. Seattle. held in Miami every summer. Also included is contact information for accrediting organizations and placement services.< previous page page_207 next page > Page 207 Appendix A Professional Associations In addition to contact information for professional organizations. OH 44130 This organization comprises the International Beauty Shows as well as American Salon magazine. Below is a list of organizations that you can contact for further information about different segments of the professional beauty industry. is the biggest beauty show in the country. Cleveland. with shows in Long Beach. as well as the color trade show Haircolor USA. < previous page page_207 next page > . CA. and American Salon is the oldest (121 years) and best-read magazine in the beauty industry.
Michigan Ave.americanbeauty. organizational. Chicago.< previous page page_208 next page > Page 208 American Association of Cosmetology Schools (AACS) 901 N. VA 22314 (800) 831-1086 FAX: (703) 683-2376 Chairman: Janice Dorian AACS keeps member schools abreast of changes in federal and state laws and regulations. American Beauty Association 401 N. IL 60611 (312) 245-1595 FAX: (312) 245-1080 http://www. IL 60611 (312) 321-5128 FAX: (312) 245 1080 Executive Director: Paul Dykstra < previous page page_208 next page > . offered at sites throughout the United States. Michigan Ave. #206 Alexandria. American Board of Certified Master Haircolorists (888) 425-6578 (310) 547-0814 This relatively young organization offers haircolor education through a homestudy course that prepares colorists to take a three-part certification examination. and establishes a unity of spirit and understanding among institutions and their instructional staff in their efforts to pursue the goals and resolve the problems related to postsecondary cosmetology education. promotes the welfare of cosmetology education. Washington St. AACS offers its members educational services.org Executive Director: Paul Dykstra ABA serves as the lobbying. American Hair Loss Council 401 N. Chicago. and networking association for professional beauty manufacturers.
regulatory interaction. physicians. cosmetics. (800) 458-2267 FAX: (303) 674-0859 Executive Director: Katie Armitage ABMP promotes ethical practices and legitimate standards of training. and somatic therapies. held every February or March at the Rosemont Convention Center in Rosemont. and children experiencing hair loss. Evergreen. Members include cosmetologists. and educates the public about the benefits of massage. manufacturers. #1085&Phoenix. CCA offers educational programs on hair. and other specialists. skin. women. IL. body. Associated Bodywork& Massage Professionals 28677 Buffalo Park Rd. AZ 85028-1625 (800) 468-BBSI. bodywork. Chicago Cosmetologists Association (CCA) 401 N. Chicago.bbsi. including distributors. Membership benefits include professional liability insurance. barbers. and nails to both members and nonmembers. (602) 404-1800 FAX: (602) 404-8900 http://www. CO 80439-7347 (303) 674-8478. Michigan Ave. (800) 648-2505 FAX: (312) 245-1080 Executive Director: Paul Dykstra CCA produces the large Midwest Beauty Show.org Executive Director: Michael Spano BBSI is the national association of wholesalers. manufacturers. < previous page page_209 next page > . IL 60611 (312) 321-6809.< previous page page_209 next page > Page 209 AHLC is a nonprofit organization that provides the public with nonbiased information on treatments and options for men. and health insurance. and manufacturers' reps. Beauty & Barber Supply Institute (BBSI) 11811 N. Tatum Blvd. protects the rights of practitioners.
growth. New York.< previous page Cosmetology Advancement Foundation (CAF) 208 E. ICSA was established to help chain salons grow in size and strength. Intercoiffure 540 Robert E.000 salons that employ more than 45. NY 10022 (212) 388-2771 Executive Director: Karen Curtin page_210 next page > Page 210 CAF'S mission is to develop a unified approach to issues and trends affecting the salon industry and to seek opportunities to improve the industry's image. Lee Blvd. and development.americanbeauty. WA 98032 (717)429-1800x382 FAX: (717) 429-1143 President: Daniel J. Chicago. IL 60611 (312) 245-1595 FAX: (312) 245-1080 http:///www. International Chain Salon Association 24804 35th Place South Seattle. LA 70124 (504) 288-9003 FAX: (504) 282-5531 President: John Jay This elite organization provides education and networking opportunities for its approximately 260 salon owner members.000 people. Michigan Ave. ICSA members own and operate more than 7. New Orleans.org Executive Director: Paul Dykstra < previous page page_210 next page > . 51st St. Coniglio ICSA's members include approximately 50 chain salon organizations throughout North America and Europe. Nail Manufacturers Council (NMC) 401 N.
National Association of Barber Boards (NABB) 77 S. and educational programs.com Executive Director: Gordon Miller < previous page page_211 next page > . a bimonthly newsletter. and aims to improve standards and procedures for examining barbers and regulating the barber industry. this organization promotes the exchange of information among state barber boards and state agencies that examine. Chicago. National Alliance of Salon Professionals (NASP) 1221-8 Commercial Park Dr. license. professional networking. OH 43266-0304 (614) 466-5003 Founded in 1935. (800) 352-3288 FAX: (904) 385-3330 President: Beverly Kilmer NASP promotes education and career advancement through 24-hour resources. FL 32363 (904) 385-7668. making them eligible to participate in federal loan programs. National Cosmetology Association (NCA) 401 N. legislative representation.nca-now. 16th Fl Columbus. VA 22203 (703)527-7600 Chief Executive Officer: Mark Gross This institution establishes standards and accredits cosmetology schools.< previous page page_211 next page > Page 211 A division of the American Beauty Association. Michigan Ave. P. High St. Suite 900 Arlington. certification.. and regulate the barber industry. National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences (NACCAS) 901 Stuart St. NMC represents the interests of manufacturers and manufacturers' reps. Box 4307 Tallahassee..O. IL 60611 http://www.
(NIC) 2244 Bronx Park East #4K Bronx. FL 33132 (305) 358-9002 Steiner operates the single biggest commercial cruise ship salon concession in the world. 4th Fl.000 licensed cosmetologists and salon owners across the country. body and massage therapists. Steiner/Transocean 1007 North America Way. and it offers national examinations for license of cosmetology and related fields. The Salon Association (TSA) 11811 N.. salon owners.org Manager: Jill Kohler TSA's mission is to help salon owners find and share business solutions. professionalism. estheticians.salons. NY 10467 (718) 519-6861 FAX: (718) 519-7679 E-mail: nic-mhealy@msn.< previous page page_212 next page > Page 212 NCA. (800) 211-4TSA FAX: (602) 404-8900 http://www. and standardization of regulations. AZ 85028-1618 (602) 996-0749. and Puerto Rico. NIC promotes an exchange of ideas. < previous page page_212 next page > . and nail technicians with a little experience who'd like to travel the world. and cosmetology students. school owners. Miami. NCA's interests and activities include every sector of the industryhairdressers. It's always looking for skilled hairdressers. nail technicians.com Assistant Coordinator of Testing: Mary Healy NIC is a not-for-profit organization comprised of state board members from all 50 states as well as the District of Columbia. Suite 1085 Phoenix. Tatum Blvd. represents more than 30. Guam. which was founded in 1921. National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology Inc. It offers business education and creates member benefits and services that enhance salons' business environment.
VA 20177-0300 (703) 777-8810 FAX: (703) 777-8999 Executive Director: Stephen Denby page_213 next page > Page 213 VICA is a nonprofit organization that develops programs in tandem with vocational and technical schools. 18th Ave. AZ 85021 California Carrie Knight 526 Mission St.< previous page Vocational Industrial Clubs of America (VICA) P. Box 3000 Leesburg. CT 06443 Delaware .AL 35811 Alaska Charlie Menard-Owen 1051E. including a lobbying voice in your state legislature. networking contacts.AK 99687 Arkansas Michael Hill 116 N.Bogard#5 Wasilla. Block Fayetteville. Phoenix. CA 96099 Colorado Sarah Lee Foster 3625 Ivy Denver. State Cosmetology Associations Joining your state cosmetology association can provide you with a wealth of benefits. Huntsville.O. Redding. Below are the names and addresses of the remitting officers to contact for membership details. Alabama James Grabney 2012 Rodgers Dr. CO 80207 Connecticut Barbara salafia 2383 Durham Rd. AR 72701 Arizona Ileane Murty 9207 N. Madison. and important information on new laws.
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South Main (Rear) Middlebury. Michigan Ave. GA 31405 Hawaii Emily N. 121st Ave. Balgos 91-1661 Orrick St. Burley. NW Washington.O. DC 20007 Florida Edward McDonald 7755 New Tampa Hwy. E. IA 50170 Kansas Consuelo Davis 422 Waverly Wichita. KS 67218 Kentucky page_214 next page > Page 214 . IN 46540 Iowa Linda Van Wyk 858 S. Chicago. IL 60611 Indiana Marla McCreery Indiana Cosmetology Association P. Ewa Beach.FL33815 Georgia Billy Wilson 401 Mall Blvd#F-103 Savannah.< previous page District of Columbia Eivind Bjerke 2233 Wisconsin Ave. Lakeland.ID83318 Illinois Rusell Bodmar Illinois Cosmetology Association 401 N. Monroe. Box 2549. HI 96706 Idaho Lusene Burgi 1427 Malta Ave.
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#1. MS 39216 Missouri Susie Griffith 1302 Kenner St. Crystal City. Box 34 Curtis. Jackson.< previous page Michigan Gerald Kelly 414 Harpers Way Lansing. SW Albuquerque. Suite 11 Edina. NJ 07005 New Mexico Ruth I. Hansen 6220 Childs Dr. Boonton. Margaret Falduto 421 W. S. MO 63109 Montana Wendell Petersen 2207 Suzanne Court Missoula. NH 03104 New Jersey C. MI 48917 Minnesota Susan Riege 6950 France Ave.R. NM 87105 New York page_215 next page > Page 215 . Main St. NE 69025 New Hampshire Shirley Frank Park Place 34-65 Victoria Manchester. MT 59801 Nebraska Joyce Petersen R.. MN 55435 Mississippi Elizabeth Richerson 3515 Galloway Ave.
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Eugene. RI 02911 South Carolina Vilma Cobb 102 Lionsgate Columbia. Box 14158 Fort Worth. OR 97404 Pennsylvania Debbie Mastrini 57 Virginia Terrace Forty-Fort. North Providence.< previous page Oregon Linda Richardson 510 Main Ave.O. PA 18704 Rhode Island Eileen Paolino 1841 Smith St. VT 05401 Virginia page_216 next page > Page 216 . SD 57042 Tennessee Paulette Miller 300 Davis St. UT 84604 Vermont Charlie Billings 1 Mills St. B-19 Burlington. TX 76117 Utah Cheryl Ann Pierce 4241 South Chapel View Circle Provo. SC 29223 South Dakota Dar Algra 119 South Egan Madison. TN 37160 Texas Jonnie McCoy TCA Office P. Shelbyville.
WI 53050 Wyoming Donna Charron 1021 E. Danville. WY 82240 < previous page page_216 next page > .O. Mayville. WV 26301 Wisconsin Joann Dethardt 42 South Elm St.WA 99352 West Virginia Charles Reynolds P.Richard Roach Sherwood Shopping Center 142 Arnett Blvd. VA 24541 Washington Margene Mallow 2159 Van Giesen Richland. 18th Ave. Box 2151 Charleston. Torrington.
which are organized by subject. Peterson's Guide to Two-Year Colleges 1998: The Only Guide to More Than 1.< previous page page_217 next page > Page 217 Appendix B Additional Resources This appendix contains a list of books.500 Community and Junior Colleges. 1997. Random House: The Princeton Review. College Entrance Examination Board. and Web sites that can assist you in your job search. Colleges The College Handbook 1998. < previous page page_217 next page > . Adams Media Corporation. 1997. 35th Edition. 1997. by Martin Yate. 1997. The Complete Book of Colleges 1998. refer to the following reading lists. Cover Letters Cover Letters That Knock 'Em Dead. Peterson's. Books For more information on the topics discussed in this book. magazines.
Love Your Work and Success Will Follow. 1993. by Arlene S.. College Entrance Examination Board. College Costs & financial Aid Handbook. 1994. Scholarships. by Mary Trasko. Doing What You Love. The Perfect Cover Letter. Penguin Arkana. 1998. Boldt. by Paul and Sarah Edwards. John Wiley & Sons. 1998. 1994. 1996. by Richard H. by Kathleen Ann Bergant. by Ron and Caryl Krannich. by the College School Service. by Barry and Linda Gale. Elias. Frank. by Kristen Davis. Milady/SalonOvations Publishing. Life Management Skills. Communication Skills for Cosmetologists. Impact Publications. 18th Ed. 1996. Chany and Geoff Martz. Financial Aid The Best Resources for College Financial Aid 1996/97.< previous page page_218 next page > Page 218 Dynamite Cover Letters. Resource Pathways. 1996. LearningExpress. Finding Your Perfect Work. McGraw-Hill. Milady/SalonOvations Publishing. Van Dusen and Bart Astor. Paris. Milady/ SalonOvations Publishing. by Frederick G. by Judith McManus. Flammarion. Inc. 1997. John Wiley & Sons. General Information Big Hair: A Journey into the Transformation of the Self. Get Ahead! Stay Ahead! by Diana Booker.. Cosmetology Licensing Exam: The Complete Preparation Guide. Effective Business Speaking: The Basics Made Easy. by Cheryl Gilman. 1996. Financing College: How to Use Savings. 200 Letters for Job Hunters. I Will: Dynamics for Personal Success. 1991. 1999 Ed. 1998. 1996. 1997. 1996. Ten Speed Press. Tarcher. How to Find Work You Love. by William S. Fireside. by Kalman A. Contemporary Books. < previous page page_218 next page > . Financial Aid. Kiplinger Books. by Michael Osborn. 1998. Paying for College Without Going Broke. 1990. Discover What You're Best At. LearningExpress. 1997. Arco Publishing. and Loans to Afford the School of Your Choice. Random House: The Princeton Review. by Grant McCracken. by Catherine Lamb. Hirsch. 1996. 1993. 1995. The Overlook Press. Daring Do's: A History of Extraordinary Hair. Beatty. I Can. by William D. 10-Minute Guide to Paying for College. by Laurence G.
Sorry I Kept You Waiting. 1998. Boldt. 1989. by Vidal Sassoon. by Jan Ballback and Jan Slater. Putting Your Talent to Work. 1993. 1996. The Craft of Interviewing. Covey. Marighetti. by Susan Shelly. 1996. by Stephen R. 1997. by Nancy Anderson. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change.< previous page page_219 next page > Page 219 Managing Your Career in a Changing Workplace. by Brandon Toropov. Milady Publishing. Career Press. 1996. Penguin Arkana. Richard Chang Associates. Interviews The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Perfect Interview. 1997. by Joyce Cain Kennedy. Your Own Worst Enemy: How to Overcome Career Self-Sabotage. Luca P. Unlocking Your Career Potential. by Patricia Noel Drain. Work With Passion: How to Do What You Love for a Living. P Putnam's Sons. Ball. 1995. by Kenton W. Alpha Books. 1992. The Transition: How to Become a Salon Professional. Price Stern Sloan. by Frederick W. 1993. 1968. by Andrew J. by Lucia Capacchione and Peggy Van Pelt. Inc. by Jim Barnett and Geoff Williams. Networking for Novices: The Basics Made Easy. Last-Minute Interview Tips. Zen and the Art of Making a Living. Jane Ballback and Jan Slater. 1992. Test Your Own Job Aptitude. Killer Interviews. Hire Me! Secrets of Job Interviewing. Career Press. Elderkin. by Gerald Battle-Welch. Madam. DuBrin. Job Interviews for Dummies. Distributed Art Publishers (originally published in Germany). Impact Publications. by John Brady. Penguin Books. by Louise Cotter. 1994. How to Get Interviews from Classified Job Ads. by Ron Fry 1996. LearningExpress. Who's Running Your Career? by Caela Farren. 1996. < previous page page_219 next page > . Your First Job. 1996. Amacom. Richard Chang Associates. McGraw-Hill. 1977. Bard Press. 1992. New World Library. by Marc Dorio. Vidal Sassoon and the Bauhaus. Fireside Books. 1996. 1996. Vintage. and Werner Möller. by Laurence G. Ball and Barbara W. Health Communications. Dummies Press/IDG Books. G.
by Shannon Karl and Arthur Karl. by Neil Yeager and Lee Hough. by Pam Dixon and Sylvia Tierstein. by J. Kent. by Marc Dorio. Fox and Pat Morton. McGraw-Hill. 1990. by Jerry Sears. Beatty. Job Search Networking. by Richard H. 1997. Alpha Books. The Career Guide for Creative and Unconventional People. edited by Marcia R. Ten Speed Press. Dearborn Financial Publishing. The Foolproof Job Search Workbook. Every Woman's Essential Job Hunting and Resume Book. by Carol Sonnenblick. How to Get Hired Today! by George E. by Laura Morin. Random House. Get the Job You Want in 30 Days. by Clyde C. How to Create the Job You Want. Lowstuter and David P. by Jack O'Brien. 1995. 1997. by Howard Eigler. In Search of the Perfect Job. by Seth Godin. 1998. The Guide to Internet Job Searching. Kiplinger Books. I. Power Interviews. JIST Works. by Gary Joseph Grappo. by Carol Eikleberry.< previous page page_220 next page > Page 220 Make Your Job Interview a Success. Bob Adams. The Complete Job Search Organizer. and Kim Crabbe. Berkley. Ten Speed Press. Hook Up. by Donald Asher. by Roz Goldfarb. Job Search 101. 1992. 1998. 1997. Biegeleisen.VGM Career Horizons. 1995. Careers by Design. Arco Publishing. VGM Career Horizons. The Complete Job Search Handbook. Associates Publishers. Henry Holt. 1996. < previous page page_220 next page > . 1995. by Raymond Gerson. If You're Clueless About Getting a Great Job. Inc. LearningExpress. Job Hunting Be Your Own Headhunter Online. Robertson. Bob Adams. Career Miracles. Get Hired! The Internet Job Search Revolution. How to Get Your Dream Job Using the Web. Inc. 1994. by Margaret Riley. 1997. John Wiley & Sons. 1995. 1997. and Steve Oserman. 1995. Allworth Press. Enrichment Enterprises. 1994. Coriolis Group Books. 1988. 1995. Job Hunting Made Easy: 20 Simple Steps to Coming Up a Winner. Michaele Basciano. 1997. Inc. Frances Roehm. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Getting the Job You Want. John Wiley & Sons. 1994. 1997. by Joyce Cain Kennedy.
by Tim Haft. 1995. 1997. Career Press. by Bradley G. Landing the Job You Want. Dawson. Random House: The Princeton Review. 1996. 1996. Your First Resume. Inc. 1994. by Kathryn and Ross Petras. Amacom. Leech. The Only Job Hunting Guide You'll Ever Need. Williamson Publishing. Shastar Press. Michael Farr. Random House: Princeton Review. William R. by Gerri Bloomberg and Margaret Holden.< previous page page_221 next page > Page 221 Job Search: The Total System. Career Press. 1995. by Kenneth M. by Joyce Hadley. 1998. Wow! Resumes for Creative Careers. DeLuca and Nanette F. The Women's Job Search Handbook. by William C. DDI Press. Matthews. < previous page page_221 next page > . 1997. Resumes for People Who Hate to Write Resumes. Barron's. John Wiley & Sons. 101 Ways to Power Up Your Job Search. Richardson. 101 Resumes for Sure-Fire Results. by Burdette E. Milady Publishing. 1995. Resume Writing. 1997. JIST Works. John Wiley & Sons. Vintage. Dearborn Financial Publishers. Resumes How to Write Better Resumes. 1994. McGraw-Hill. 1998. by Timothy D. The Very Quick Job Search. Wright. Trashproof Resumes. 1995. Bynam. by Robbie Miller Kaplan. Job Smart: What You Need to Know to Get the Career You Want. and Robert N. Thomas Buck. by Jack W. by Matthew J. Marci Tamb. 1994. Meg Heenehan. Haft. by Gary Joseph Grappo and Adele Lewis. and Michelle Tullier. by Ron Fry. McGraw-Hill. 1996. 1990. 1997. Jobsmarts for Twentysomethings. Professional By Choice: Milady's Career Development Guide. by J. Dawson and Sheryl N. Fireside. 1991. Bostwick. Top Secret Resumes and Cover Letters. by Steven Provenzano. DeLuca. by Victoria Harper. by J. Where the Jobs Are.
New York.< previous page page_222 next page > Page 222 Magazines Trade magazines are a valuable source of information on trends. Contact any or all of the following: American Salon 270 Madison Ave. IL 60188-2787 < previous page page_222 next page > . Carol Stream. IL 60604 Skin Inc. Wabash.80 Suite#408 Mesquite.TX 75150 Modern Salon P. NY 10016 Dermascope 3939 East Hwy. techniques. NY 10001 SalonOvations 3 Columbia Circle Albany. NY 12212-2519 Shop Talk 228 S. and business for the salon professional. Box 1414 Lincolnshire. 10th Fl. 362 South Schmale Rd.O. Chicago. New York. IL 60069 Salon News 5 East 34th St.
< previous page page_223 next page > Page 223 Web Sites http:\\www. a salon listing section.salons.robertcraig.clubspa. legislative updates.org Home page of the Association of Accredited Cosmetology Schools (AACS). http:\\www. the home page of Honors Beauty College.org The Web site of the Salon Association. http:\\www. send it to this address. the distributors' association.com The official site of the National Cosmetology Association. If you wish to post your resume. and application forms for financial aid. Listings are posted by date and by JobID number. http:\\NCA-now. http:\\naccas.org The Web site of the American Beauty Association. a list of accredited schools.org This site. < previous page page_223 next page > .org The home page of the Beauty & Barber Supply Institute. as well as an annual report. has a job bank and a resume bank for beauty professionals. http:\\www.com This site provides information on haircolor for consumers and professionals from haircolor whiz Robert Craig.com For candidates interested in employment in the day spa industry. http:\\www. http:\\hairnet. and a link to other beauty-related sites. http:\\bbsi.beautyschools.americanbeauty. a consumer hotline.com This site contains American Salon's Web page as well as product news from major manufacturers.usa. for the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences.
style tips.com This site offers chat rooms. http:\\www. < previous page page_224 . http:\\beautytech.salonweb.com Here you'll find information on booth rental issues. and job listings.gov page_224 Page 224 The Department of Education's home page provides information on financial aid programs as well as application forms to download. product information.com This site features style options for consumers and pros. a message center. surveys. and a job posting site called Spa/Salon Staffing Services. live chat rooms.< previous page http:\\www.ed. business support for salons.hairstylist. http:\\www.
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