Crave Beauty Academy
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In the School's Words
Crave Beauty Academy is a cosmetology school with locations in Wichita, Kansas and Ballwin, Missouri that is all about helping students to embrace change and excitement. Our programs in cosmetology, esthetics, nail technology, and cosmetology instruction are all designed to help our students to be competitive and successful beauty professionals.
Cosmetology (1500 hours)
Our accredited 1500 hour cosmetology program is built to provide all the basic skills and understanding you may need to work with hair, skin, and nails for your clients. The program incorporates both classroom and salon floor education, allowing you to feel prepared for your career as a cosmetologist. Visit our cosmetology page for more info!
Esthetics (750 hours)
Because Kansas and Missouri have different requirements, our accredited esthetics programs are 1000 hours in Wichita and 750 hours in Ballwin, and both can provide you the essential skills to become a professional esthetician. Skin analysis, anatomy, treatments, massage, and so much more are covered to help you be prepared to be a professional esthetician. Visit our esthetics page for more info!
Nail Technology (400 hours)
Our accredited nail technology programs are 350 hours in Wichita and 400 hours in Ballwin because of the different licensing requirements in each state. Both programs are designed to teach you the essentials of nail health, enhancement, main/pedicures, and so much more. This program can prepare you to work as a nail technician in a spa, resort, or anywhere else you can think of. Visit our nail technology page for more information!
About This School
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76% of students received financial aid. Students were awarded $1,766 on average.
First-time undergraduate students in the 2021 school year.
This school is accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts & Sciences (NACCAS).
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