Beauty School Instructor Program: What You Can Expect to Learn

Beauty School Instructor ProgramThere are many reasons you may want to get into a beauty school instructor program.

You may want to be a nail technician or you may hope to become a makeup artist for the entertainment industry. No matter your goals, you need to find a good program that will instruct you and get you closer to your career goals.


Many people go into beauty school to find a career in cosmetology. You can learn a variety of techniques in the field including

• Barbering
• Braiding
• Chemical relaxing
• Hair coloring
• Hair extensions
• Haircutting
• Hairstyling
• Make-up
• Straight razor shave
• Texture

There are other areas that are also useful, like business training. A beauty school program teaches you customer development, marketing, retail and other business matters.


If you are more interested in spas and relaxation techniques, you want to find a program that includes an esthetics option. Esthetics teaches you many techniques you find in a spa such as:

• European spa facials
• Facial and body waxing
• Facial massage
• LED light therapy
• Makeup application
• Microdermabrasion
• Touch therapy techniques

Your program should give you a solid background in advanced spa techniques, anatomy, chemistry, client safety, infection control and microbiology.

Of course, your program also needs to offer you instruction in the latest equipment and skin care products.

Many beauty school programs familiarize you with products and equipment like:

• Clarisonic
• Dermalogica
• LED light therapy
• Skin scopes
• Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics.

You may decide you would rather be in the business end of the spa industry. That’s why there are programs that prepare you to be a spa or salon owner, or even an educator or instructor.

Master Esthetics

If you are already a licensed professional, there are programs to push your career forward. Master esthetician courses teach you advanced methods in advanced facial devices and skin sciences.

There are also courses in medical sciences and medium depth peels. Or learn the history and use of laser, light, energy and radio frequency therapy.

Nail art has become more popular over the years, so nail technicians are in demand in salons and spas everywhere. Beauty school programs need to offer instruction in areas including:
• Acrylic nails
• Gel nail
• Gel soak offs
• Manicures
• Nail art
• Pedicures

With these programs you learn simple designs such as floral patterns as well as more elaborate 3D inspired designs. You should also learn to create your own style.

Advanced Education

Maybe you want a refresher to learn about the latest changes in the industry to make sure you’re still competitive. Advanced courses focus in areas such as hair, makeup, massage, skin care and other areas in the beauty industry.

You may need extra preparation for board exams, or certification in business training, or instruction in other techniques.

There are many things you can learn in a beauty school instructor program.

Not only should you get a feel for the basics, but you should also learn how to develop your own style and unleash your creativity.

Beauty schools offer courses in areas including cosmetology, esthetics and nail art. You can also get refresher courses in these topics if you are already a licensed professional or about to take a board exam.

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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