If you hope to become an esthetician in Arkansas, Little Rock and Pine Bluff are great places to consider beginning your career. In a 2016 study of 150 major metros, Little Rock ranked 70th in skincare and health—meaning there is a lot of room to grow with the help of excellent estheticians. Arkansas estheticians earned an average of $29,510 per year ($14.19 per hour) as of 2019. Though the state doesn't publish expected growth for estheticians, esthetics careers nationwide are expected to grow 11% between 2018 and 2028.
Arkansas requires estheticians to complete 600 hours of training and pass skills and written tests before earning licensure. The schools below will help you meet these requirements.