There are a lot of steps in getting education and training for a career in Cosmetology. The minimum education level required for this career is postsecondary training. There is no such thing as maximum training in cosmetology because a person can keep training after receiving the credentials necessary to start a career in cosmetology. ‘Cosmetology programs generally grant certificates, diplomas or associate's degrees, rather than bachelor's degrees’ (Bachelor’s). All the education necessary is a high school diploma, cosmetology diploma, and a certificate or associate's degree program. The education needed for cosmetology can range anywhere from 9 months to 2 years. The minimal amount for this education in cosmetology is from $5,000 to $10,000. Attending a top beauty school however can range anywhere
Before I graduated from high school, I devised a five year plan for myself. First, I would attend SUNY Albany to obtain a degree in business. Then, I would attend a cosmetology school, acquire the 1,000 hours needed to take my state board exams, take those exams to finally secure my cosmetology license. All of this would eventually lead to opening my own salon in the future. About a month before my graduation, an ambulance bolted my mom to the hospital.
Cosmetology is the “study or art in cosmetics and their use”. Cosmetology is a broad term that includes hair, make up, skin, and nails (Cosmetology Careers and Cosmetology Education Information 14 Oct. 2014). Cosmetology is not only for women, but for men and children too (What Is Cosmetology 14 Oct. 2014). Cosmetologist helps to change their customer’s physical appearance by doing their hair, nails, or giving them facials to help their skin (Education Portal 12 Oct 2014). Some cosmetologist work out of their homes or in small shops and others work in salons or spas (What Is Cosmetology 10 Oct. 2014).
The Elkhart Area Career Center cosmetology class is a loud, crazy, girly group. They are all about makeup, hair, and YouTube. Mrs. Teagarden, the instructor is a medium eight, silver-white haired lady. The salon lab is an L shape room with fluorescent lights, walks half cream half green. Constant water running in the shampoo bowls, minty fresh tea-tree shampoo, and the buzz of a blow-dryer. U93 playing the same ten songs on repeat all four hours your there. That’s the cosmetology salon.
In order to become a cosmetologist, I will have to take certain steps. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, I must graduate from a state-licensed barber or cosmetology school. I must also have a high school diploma or equivalent. The ages vary from state to a state of how old I have to be to attend a hair school. Most states require that I to be at least 17 or 18 to apply. There are some states that will allow enrollment at the age of 16.After I have graduated from a state-approved training I will be required to take a test.The test will be a written test and/or in some cases it may be a test of styling skills or an oral exam. As a Cosmetologist, I must have the creativity for the styling and ideal part. Customer service skills are must have skills to have for
Cosmetology is the general work on others hair and skin. The area of cosmetology I am going for is hair. I find working on other people’s hair fun and interesting. Makeup and nails are other areas of interest for me. I am going to be studying cosmetology to become licensed as an entrepreneur for hair, makeup, and helping to make the lives of others better. It is important to understand the education or training requirements, skills or training, salary and benefits offered, and the duties for a particular career when making this decision.
Growing up, I was never really sure what to tell people when they asked what I wanted to do when I was older. Over the years I flip-flopped between a laundry list of possible professions: veterinarian, nurse, EMT, cosmetologist, and many more short-lived dreams. As I grew and learned from my life experiences, I realized
A survey certified that average women spend about $13,000 on makeup in her life time. Not only that, but also spend 300 hours applying it. Beauty tends to increase the self esteem of women, they think more positive of themselves. Along with that like anything else cosmetology has revolutionized throughout the years. Cosmetology has played an important role in lives of women, it does not only represent beauty, but also self confidence.
My career goal is to be a Celebrity Stylist and Makeup Artist. I would also love to own a high end salon and work with more people who have the same passion for cosmetology as I do. Owning my own business is something I've always dreamed of. Hospitality & Management has taught me many skills, such as working in
When I graduate high school I want to become a cosmetologist. To be a cosmetologist, it does not take as much work as other jobs, but it does take time, money, and hard work to pass your exams.
I work as a cashier at a grocery store, and at a retail store. I like my jobs because it taught me so many things about me, and about people; however i don't want to work as a cashier for the rest of my life. I want to finish my bachelor, and get my licenses for cosmetology. I am a student now. I am studying ESL as soon as I am done with ESL; I will start on my general classes, and I will take one class at beauty school. I want to be an English Second Language teacher elementary levels; also, a general second or third grade teacher. Later, I want to make business website to share all my beauty photos, and videos. Finally, when i get my degree and licenses, I want to volunteer to teach new arrivals for awhile. I want to do something to help
I wish to wake up one morning being able to walk into my dreams at Aveda Institute. Taking another look back saying goodbye to my parents and hello to what I thought would be just a fairytale. I can't wait to know what it feels like to smile uncontrollably with tears of happiness falling off the side of my cheeks. This is it, the start of what I crave as we speak. Cosmetology is my passion and I'm hoping this is the best
When I turned 38-years-old I wanted to make a change in my life. I was tired of working jobs that had me living from paycheck to paycheck. The only option I saw was to return to school to get some sort of formal training. I did not want to spend years in college, so I decided to go to a trade school. After some research, I became intrigued with the field of cosmetology. I liked the possibility of someday going into business for myself. I went for an orientation at a local beauty school, and I was sold on being able to complete the program in a year. I was overjoyed thinking that I would be soon be putting all those dead end jobs behind me. I thought becoming a cosmetologist would be life changing, and it would be, but not the way I envisioned.