“Everyone is in the same boat as you, so don’t hold yourself back. Everyone’s a bit nervous, everyone’s a little confused. So, ask questions, don’t be afraid to mess up. You’re in the perfect environment to try it all. You’re going to do great…”
So you want to be a cosmetologist? Can you define beveling? Which colors do you mix to achieve secondary colors? Do you know what vitamin is the formulation of retinol? Or what happens in stratum granulosum? The answers to these questions are all covered in cosmetology and esthetic courses and will likely be on your…
“Before joining the Evergreen Beauty College family, Bailey graduated from Whatcom Community College with an associate degree. After graduating, she began working as a kennel assistant at a veterinary clinic. She quickly moved up to vet assistant position and was planning to continue her career and education as a veterinarian technician. However, as time went on Bailey realized she wanted a career where she could foster her creativity…”
The standard requirements for any cosmetology school are age and education. Some schools require a high school diploma or its equivalent. The minimum age is 16.
Going through a cosmetology program will require a certain amount of training. How much training will it require? Here’s what you need to know.
Cosmetology and esthetics are both personal care fields, and there’s a lot of overlap. What is the difference between the two?
Barber school and cosmetology school are two types of beauty schools you can attend. What are the differences between these two schooling options?
There are many skills you will need to master for a cosmetology program. What are the soft skills that will really help you succeed?
“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?