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Beauty Schools in Connecticut

To get into the business of helping people look their best, you should have formal training in cosmetology. Whether you aspire to become a hairstylist, manicurist, makeup artist, esthetician, or other beauty specialist, beauty school might be your ticket to a beauty career.

Why Attend Beauty School in Connecticut?

IIn a relatively short period of time, you can learn all the skills you may need in beauty profession. In Connecticut, like in all U.S. states, you may not permitted to practice a beauty-related craft without a valid state license.

Beauty school students choose from a range of options that includes hairdressing, hairstyling, nail care, and skincare. They also learn the basics of the beauty profession, such as safety procedures, hygiene measures, and customer service. Depending on your specialty, you might take courses in hair chemistry, exfoliation, sanitation, manicures and pedicures, facials, or hair removal. Programs typically take between two weeks and a year to complete.

Beauty Careers in Connecticut

In Connecticut, the mean hourly wage for beauty professionals in 2008 was $11.05 for manicurists and pedicurists, $16.26 for skincare specialists, and $14.62 for hairdressers, hairstylists, and general cosmetologists, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.


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Blake Austin College Beauty Academy

Start your career with training from Blake Austin College - Beauty Academy.

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Alameda Beauty College

Start your career with training from Alameda Beauty College.

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Milan Institute of Cosmetology

Get hands-on training for a beauty industry career at the Milan Institute of Cosmetology.

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Milan Institute

Prepare for an exciting new career at the Milan Institute.

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