Esthetician Schools in Oklahoma

Browse our directory of esthetician schools in Oklahoma, or skip ahead to learn about the state's esthetician licensing requirements and job outlook.

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Accredited School

You must attend school in the state you want to practice in. Most states require that you graduate from an accredited school. Learn more about the requirements in your state.

Autry Technology Center

1201 West Willow
Enid, OK 73703

Bethany Beauty College

3900 North Peniel
Bethany, OK 73008

Clary Sage College – Accredited

3131 South Sheridan
Tulsa, OK 74145

Elite Academy of Cosmetology – Accredited

912 Southwest C Avenue
Lawton, OK 73501

Elite Beauty College – Accredited

221 North 32nd Street
Muskogee, OK 74402

Francis Tuttle Technology Center – Accredited

12777 North Rockwell Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73142

Francis Tuttle Technology Center – Accredited

7301 West Reno Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73127

Meridian Technology Center – Accredited

1312 South Sangre Road
Stillwater, OK 74074

Premier Academy of Cosmetology – Accredited

910 North Main Street
McAlester, OK 74501

River Valley Cosmetology Institute – Accredited

1309 South Broadway
Poteau, OK 74953

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How to Become a Esthetician in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Esthetician Careers At a Glance
  • 600 education hours or 1,200 apprentice hours are required to become licensed.
  • You must renew your license every year.
  • 0 continuing education hours are required to renew your license.
  • The average for estheticians in Oklahoma is $51,530 ($24.77/hour). This is higher than the national average of $34,090 ($16.39/hour).
  • There is a predicted 11% job increase between 2016 - 2026 for estheticians nationally.

What are you looking for in a beauty career? Do you want to make a difference in clients' lives, work with the latest beauty technology, and use time-tested techniques to make people look as beautiful as possible?

If so, the field of esthetics needs you. Oklahoma estheticians work alongside cosmetologists in spas and salons to help customers look younger, get rid of skin problems, and create healthy skin care habits.

State License Requirements

600 Education Hours OR 1,200 Apprentice Hours

Required to earn a esthetics license

By the time you graduate, you should be ready to take your licensing exams. Oklahoma requires a written exam and skills exam. You can then apply for your Oklahoma esthetician license through the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology. They currently require 600 hours of training.

Education Details

At an Oklahoma beauty school, you can find out what services and techniques are relevant in today's spas and salons. Your training shows you how to work with customers, treat different skin problems, and use a variety of products and tools to achieve different effects. Licensed Oklahoma schools follow a basic curriculum outline.

Courses Required for an Esthetician License in OK

  • Bacteriology, disinfection, sanitation, and safety
  • Dermatology
  • Facials, including draping, manipulations, cleaning, and toning
  • Chemistry and light therapy
  • Makeup application
  • Non-permanent hair removal
  • Salon development
  • Board rules and regulations

License Renewal

1 Year

License renewal period

0 Hours

Continuing education required

Cosmetology license renewal in Oklahoma happens every year during the licensee's birthday month. You must renew by the last day of your birth month to avoid a late fee of $10. The cost to renew a beauty practitioner's license is $25. Cosmetology continuing education hours are not currently required to renew your license, but cosmetology CEUs are always recommended to stay current in the industry. The only exception to this renewal date is barbering, barbers must renew their license by the last day of June every year.

Oklahoma Esthetics Careers

$51,530

Average yearly salary for esthetics in Oklahoma

When you learn esthetic theory, techniques, and skills, you can enjoy the flexibility of a variety of different career paths. Many estheticians start at a local salon or spa, working for an hourly wage plus gratuities. As you build your reputation and get a loyal base of customers, you may open your own spa or become self-employed and rent a room at a local salon. With enough experience, you may work with competitive skin care brands, provide training to salons, or become an esthetics instructor. Thankfully, Oklahoma's skin care industry is growing. O*Net anticipates an 11% increase in job openings by the year 2026 (2019). The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports an average salary of $51,530 per year in Oklahoma (2020).

Estheticians work with a variety of tools to enhance the skin's appearance. Some specialize in a specific treatment area ranging from facial treatments in a salon to laser treatments in a dermatology office. The Bureau of Labor Statistics suggests that as more people seek for ways to improve their appearance, opportunities for estheticians will continue to rise. Estheticians find work in resorts, spas, and hotels. Formal training is required at a state-approved school.

Contact the Oklahoma State Board of Esthetics

Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering
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