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Cosmetology License Requirements in Oklahoma

Great customer service skills. Good manual dexterity. Basic knowledge of anatomy and product chemistry. A passion for style and beauty. These are all hallmarks of a great cosmetologist. If these characteristics describe you, perhaps you would enjoy a new career in the field of cosmetology. Consider enrolling in a program at one of Oklahoma's many beauty or cosmetology schools.

Earning a license to work as a cosmetologist, cosmetician, esthetician, hairbraiding technician, or manicurist in Oklahoma requires that you pass an examination. You must demonstrate proficiency in both the theories and practical use of cosmetology basics. Depending on your specialty, a specific amount of classroom hours is mandatory:

  • Cosmetologist: 1,500 hours of study
  • Cosmetician: 600 hours of study
  • Esthetician/Facialist: 600 hours of study
  • Hairbraiding Technician: 600 hours of study
  • Manicurist: 600 hours of study


Why Attend an Oklahoma Cosmetology School?

One major advantage offered by Oklahoma cosmetology schools is that you can take the examination and start your career in half the time it would take to complete an approved apprenticeship program. Working with hair, nails, skin care, or cosmetics application requires knowledge of product chemistry, skin and scalp types, basic anatomy, and good business practices. If you want an education that provides you with all of the tools necessary to begin a cosmetology career, explore Oklahoma's beauty schools.


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