ESTHETICS - NORTH DAKOTA

Esthetics/Skin Care
IN
North Dakota

If you are passionate about the field of skin care, the field of esthetics may give you the opportunity to create a career that makes you feel excited about work every single day. As an esthetician in North Dakota, you can help clients enjoy beautiful, youthful skin in various ways.

You may provide facials, product recommendations, and tips on slowing or reversing the aging process. The work you do with clients can be life-changing, since many people struggle with problems like acne and oily skin for years before seeking help.

State License Requirements
600
Hours

The North Dakota State Board of Cosmetology oversees the licensing process. They require proof of at least 600 hours of skin care training. After passing your licensing exams, you can get your esthetician license and start working.

Education Details

Start your career on the right foot with high-quality training. ND esthetics license requirements include training. At North Dakota schools, you get plenty of exposure to different skin care techniques and learn about skin care terminology and theory. Certain topics are mandatory at licensed schools.

Topics Taught at Esthetic Schools in ND

  • Sterilization, sanitation, and safety
  • Body treatments
  • Facials
  • Hair removal
  • Makeup application
  • Theory, law, and sanitation
License Renewal
0
License Renewal Hours
1 Year
License Renewal Period

Cosmetology license renewal in North Dakota happens every year before December 31. The cost to renew your beauty practitioner license is $15, and the cost to renew your cosmetology instructor license is $20. Instructors need 8 hours of board-approved cosmetology continuing education. Before attending any seminar every instructor must apply in writing to the board to get the seminar approved. Cosmetology continuing education is not required for the other beauty practitioner licenses.

Careers
$32,040 
Salary
11.8%
Job Outlook Increase
Between 2012 - 2022

In larger cities, you may look for openings at spas, salons, and specialty salons. By the year 2024, O*Net expects job openings for estheticians to increase 12% (2016). The average salary for North Dakota estheticians is $32,040 per year (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2016).

Working as an Esthetician

Do you want to spend your days educating clients on proper skin care techniques or helping stressed out professionals relax after a hard week? Are you most excited about using the latest skin care technology or getting back to your roots with natural skin care ingredients? No matter what you are looking for in your beauty career, you may find your niche in North Dakota. Many of the state’s rural, remote areas have luxurious resorts with on-site spas. By creating the perfect environment and using the abundant natural resources of North Dakota, you can help customers enjoy an unforgettable weekend.

State board Contact Information

North Dakota Board of Cosmetology
1102 South Washington Street, #200
PO Box 2177
Bismarck, ND 58502-2177
Phone Number: 701-224-9800
Fax Number: 701-222-8756
E-mail Address: info@ndcosmetology.com

For specific questions, please contact the North Dakota Board of Cosmetology directly.

Find the Beauty Schools in North Dakota that interest you below,

Model College of Hair Design

201 8th Avenue South,
St. Cloud, MN 56301

Program: Esthetics/Skin Care

Josef's West Academy

4501 15th Avenue SW,
Fargo, ND 58103

Program: Esthetics/Skin Care

The Salon Professional Academy

4377 15th Avenue South,
Fargo, ND 58103

Program: Esthetics/Skin Care

Josef's School of Hair Design

2011 South Washington Street,
Grand Forks, ND 58201

Program: Esthetics/Skin Care

Josef's School of Hair Design-Downtown Campus

627 NP Avenue,
Fargo, ND 58102

Program: Cosmetology