Esthetics combines skin care and makeup, two of the fastest-growing aspects of the beauty industry.
When you become an esthetics professional, you never know what each day will bring, whether its professional makeup application for a wedding, a chemical peel that takes years of age off of a clients face, or temporary hair removal that gets your clients ready for the beach.
To get an MA esthetician license, go to the Board of Registration of Cosmetology and Barbering. In addition to requiring two licensing exams, they evaluate your school hours to make sure that youve had enough training. Once you receive your esthetician license, you can use it in approved beauty shops, salons, and spas throughout Massachusetts, or even open your own business.
Education is a required part of securing an esthetician license in Massachusetts. You must complete a course of study that is at least 300 hours long. At a licensed esthetics school, you can study the following theory and practical topics.
What Do You Learn at Esthetic Schools in MA?
- Anatomy and physiology
- Skin disorders and diseases
- Cosmetic chemistry ingredients
- Sterilization, bacteriology, and sanitation
- Massachusetts law
- Make-up application
- Esthetics equipment
- Depilation and waxing
- Eyebrow and eyelash tinting
Massachusetts has a strong and vibrant beauty industry, with the demand for estheticians set to increase 6% in Massachusetts (O*Net, 2016) by the year 2024. On average, skin care specialists in Massachusetts earn $44,140 annually (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2016).
When you complete your esthetics training, you may put your knowledge to work in local spas, resort hotels, specialized beauty shops, or hair salons. The more time you spend in this industry and the more you build your base of clients, the more flexibility you may have in terms of where and when you work.
Massachusetts Board of Registration of Cosmetologists
1000 Washington Street, Suite 710
Boston, MA 02118
Phone Number: 617-727-9940
Fax Number: 617-727-1627
E-mail Address: email@example.com
The Massachusetts State Board of Cosmetology can help you with replacing a lost cosmetology license, or updating a change of name or address information, as well as answer additional questions about obtaining your Massachusetts cosmetology license.