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Cosmetology License Requirements in Wyoming

If you want to work as a cosmetologist in Wyoming, you must earn a license in your desired area of expertise. If would like to pursue a career in skin care, you must have an esthetician license; if you wish to perform nail care and nail artistry, you need a manicurist license; if you want to cut, style, and color hair, a hairstylist license is required; if you're interested in all of the above, consider a cosmetologist license.

Wyoming cosmetology and beauty schools can help prepare you with training in chemical hair treatments; anatomy of the face, hands, and feet; Wyoming sanitation laws; and a variety of other specialized topics. The amount of classroom training you need depends on your specialization:

  • Cosmetologist: 2,000 hours of class
  • Hairstylist: 1,250 hours of class
  • Esthetician: 600 hours of class
  • Manicurist/Nail Technician: 400 hours of class

Wyoming Beauty Schools: Studying for a New Career

Completing courses at one of Wyoming's beauty schools can lead you to your new career in anywhere from three months to a year. There are a variety of theories to absorb and techniques to learn before you start working as a cosmetologist, esthetician, hairstylist, or manicurist. Cosmetology schools give you the edge in learning this material and pursuing your passions in the field of beauty. Explore your Wyoming cosmetology schools to find the perfect program for you.

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