5 FAQs About Esthetician Training That You Were Afraid to Ask


Esthetician training is exciting. Better yet, it leads to a very lucrative career. If you’re considering esthetics, you probably have a lot of questions. Who wouldn’t? What follows is the answer to five important questions pertaining to this line of work. Armed with the answers, you’ll find it much easier to decide how to proceed.

How Much Money Can I Make?

As an esthetician, income opportunities are endless. According to a 2013 BLS  job survey, the national average salary for an esthetician is $28,940. And, that doesn’t include tips! One of the advantages of working as an esthetician is that you have the ability to set your own schedule. This means that you’ll be able to see as many clients in a day as you want. Of course, it also means that you can make as much money as you want to, too.

How Long Will It Take?

On average, it takes about 600 hours to graduate from an esthetician program. This varies from state to state. These programs take anywhere from four months to a year to complete.

Will I REALLY Find a Job?

The number of jobs available in the esthetics field is expected to increase by 40 percent between now and 2022. This is higher than the average job market rate by about 28 percent. The growth is due to an increased demand for skin treatments for both medical and cosmetic purposes. In addition,  many schools offer new graduates help finding jobs in the field. Most students get jobs before they graduate.

Will I Really Learn Anything?

At an esthetician school, you’ll learn about both skin care and the business aspects of the esthetics field. A few of the skincare skills you’ll learn include:

  • European spa facials
  • facial massage
  • touch therapy methods
  • face and body waxing
  • makeup application.

The business topics covered, such as client acquisition and ethics, can help you to start and maintain your own business.

Will I Be Able to Pay Back My Student Loan?

One of the best things about going to school to learn the skincare business is the fact that the tuition is lower than if you chose to attend a two-year program. Couple that with the fact that you’ll be able to work as much as you wish and it means that you’ll typically have a much easier time paying back your student loan.

Do You Have More Questions About Esthetician Training?  

If you have more questions about esthetician training, our staff members will be more than willing to answer all of them. Contact us today or schedule a tour of our campus and get a feel of how life in beauty college is.


Frank Trieu
Vice President of Business Development & Industry Relations

Frank Trieu is a cosmetology industry leader, and despite his accomplishments and accolades, he still prioritizes students on the Evergreen campus. Through building relationships within the community and local salons, retail stores, and spas, he helps facilitate job placements for aspiring beauty professionals using his expansive network.

Happy Evergreen Beauty College Students


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