Find an Esthetician School in Dallas

The 7.1 million residents who call Dallas-Fort Worth home know first-hand the toll that a humid, subtropical climate takes on the skin (Wikipedia, 2017). As a Dallas esthetician school student, you’ll learn how to help clients prevent overexposure and repair damage caused by the region’s searing heat. If you’re interested in pursuing a skincare career but aren’t sure how to become an esthetician, keep reading!

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Finding the right Esthetician School

We’ve provided a convenient list of Dallas esthetician schools below to make requesting more information fast and easy. Take a look at the list, and contact several institutions that pique your interest. Their brochures will answer general questions like “Is there an esthetician school near me?” Once you’ve narrowed your choices, you can answer more specific questions with an esthetician school campus tour. While they are an extra step, in-person visits are important to ensure you choose the best school for you.

Before you tour your first school, prepare a list of five top questions or considerations. While you’re there, take mental or physical notes. Do you see students and faculty interacting? Are students using modern equipment? Do you see a variety of skincare techniques being taught? Are classes offered in the specialty you’d like to pursue? When you finish your tours, revisit your list. If you don’t already have a clear favorite, comparing notes might jog your memory and help you choose your idea esthetician school.

Becoming an Esthetician in Dallas

Once you’ve obtained your cosmetology license, you could find yourself working in a high-end boutique, a skincare clinic, or a neighborhood day spa. Depending on your specific line of work, licensed cosmetologists in the Dallas area earn an average $26,660 per year (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2017). There may be wiggle room in your earnings potential, thanks to double-digit growth in skincare demand nationwide. So don’t wait! Do your research, get enrolled, and prepare to make your mark as a Dallas skincare specialists!

These area spas will give a feel for your Dallas skincare career options:

Grand Spa
Phone: (972) 392-9393
5100 Belt Line Rd #620
Dallas, TX 75254

Spa Habitat West Village
Phone: (214) 522-9989
3699 McKinney Ave #304
Dallas, TX 75204

Koffee Day Spa
Phone: (214) 428-9696
1118 S Akard St
Dallas, TX 75201

Once you’re licensed to supply Dallas clients with the hydrating facials, laser tattoo removals, and other cutting-edge esthetics services they request, don’t forget to save some time for yourself. Whether you prefer the Dallas or Fort Worth side of town, big-city amenities such as museums, shopping, eateries, and public parks abound. And if you ever grow weary of “Southwest everything,” just hop on a plane at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and head for destinations unknown. But don’t be gone long! Dallas has Texas-side demand for skilled skincare specialists who can keep everyone looking their exfoliated, hydrated best.

 

Esthetician Schools in Dallas

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Aveda Arts & Sciences Institute Dallas | Dallas - TX

8188 Park Lane Suite C-150
Dallas, TX 75231

Program: Esthetics/Skin Care

Come With A Dream, Train For A Career The AVEDA Institute was founded to create some of the most successful entrepreneurs in hair, skin and nail esthetics, makeup and total body wellness. Students Come With A Dream, Train For A Career The AVEDA Institute was founded to create some of the most successful entrepreneurs in hair, skin and nail esthetics, makeup and total body wellness. Students are educated by professionals, using innovative curriculums that blend professional techniques with
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DuVall's School of Cosmetology

DuVall's School of Cosmetology 201 Harwood Road Suite 218
Bedford, TX 76021

Program: Esthetics/Skin Care

Who We Are DuVall's School of Cosmetology is like no other training school. The school has an excellent reputation and is dedicated to quality education and a vision for improvement of the Cosmetology Who We Are DuVall's School of Cosmetology is like no other training school. The school has an excellent reputation and is dedicated to quality education and a vision for improvement of the Cosmetology industry. The school leadership has enjoyed tremendous success in the salon industry since 1977 in the Dallas-Ft Worth Metroplex. DuVall's is accredited by The National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences, INC., approved by the Department of Education for FSA programs and approved by the Texas Veterans Commission. The school takes pride in its students and strives to give training above and beyond the industry standards. Our School, Your Training DuVall's School of Cosmetology offers a contemporary up-to date facility with classrooms, clinic floor and library media center. Our location offers a wealth of career opportunities for graduates to take advantage of when seeking employment. We give you the tools needed to succeed in this high-demand beauty industry through the quality training you receive at our school. Cosmetology Program 1500 Hours DuVall's Cosmetology program is designed for you to learn all aspects of beauty, hair, skin and nails. Our teachers are dedicated to your success and help you gain the necessary skills to thrive in the beauty industry. In our program students receive exposure to advanced techniques and training which exceeds traditional instruction. Some of the different careers a Graduate may pursue: • Professional Stylist • Makeup Technician • Nail Technician • Skin Care Advisor • Platform Artist • Product Representative • Salon Owner/Manager Esthetics Program 750 Hours Through our Esthetics program, you can draw from current trends in skin care and makeup and practice your new skills on paying customers. An Esthetics Graduate of DuVall's has had a well rounded education that exceeds the basics required by the state. Through our advanced Esthetics program our students are certified in Microdermabraision and Chemical Peels with many hours of hands on training in a working spa environment. Techniques and procedures you can learn and practice: • Microdermbrasion • Chemical Peel • Facials • Makeup Application • Body Treatments • And more! Career Opportunities Upon completion of our programs, you should have the knowledge to take your state licensing examination. As a licensed professional, you can work in a number of establishments, such as: • Salons • Spas • Department Stores • Cruise Ships • Resorts • Beauty Schools • And more Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. Request information today about tuition, enrollment, program requirements, and class start dates.  
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