Becoming a salon owner is a great option for many people who are interested in cosmetology. What should you know before you start pursuing salon ownership?
“My advice to students starting their beauty school journey is, to be open to the different opportunities offered to you! It’s wonderful to have a clear idea of what you want but trying new things and getting out of your comfort zone can lead to surprising avenues you might not expect. You might find that editorial is what excites you, or color corrections are your gift, or perhaps you find a niche working with children, etc. You don’t always know until you try, and Evergreen does a great job of giving their students the chance to explore lots of options, so take those opportunities while you can…”
“I have always had a passion for hair and makeup since I was a young girl. Not only do I love exploring my own creativity with hair and makeup, but I really have a passion for listening to people and helping them become their best selves – I realized it was time to put myself first and find something that I was going to enjoy doing for the rest of my life…”
A great cosmetology program can be an important part of becoming a cosmetologist. How can you find one that works for your needs?
Every year, many people question if different types of schools are worth it. Is cosmetology school still a good investment in 2022?
“Through my years of growth, my passion for the Arts grew. Consistently indulging in makeup, hair design, painting, drawing, crafting, and fashion. Advancing in art and cosmetics, however, didn’t make grade school any easier..”
Cosmetology programs can be a great way to move toward a career. What are some of the reasons people love taking on cosmetology programs?
If you’re dealing with hair, you’re probably going to have to help someone fix their fried bleached hair at some point. How can you make it as healthy as possible?
“Before I enrolled in school I was a stay at home mom, who had a passion for makeup. This passion turned into me originally enrolling into the MUA program with Evergreen Beauty College. When the start date got pushed back for that particular program, I reached out to my Admissions Counselor to see if there were any other programs that had makeup incorporated in the curriculum. That’s when I got introduced to Cosmetology…”
Accredited beauty schools have very different standards then non-accredited schools due to expectations. Check out this article to find out why!