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Beauty Schools in Georgia

Whether you want to become a hairstylist, nail technician, makeup artist, or esthetician, beauty school may get you on the track to a career as a beauty professional. In Georgia and in other U.S. states, formal training in cosmetology might be a ticket to beauty career.

Attending Beauty School in Georgia

Students may choose from a range of specializations including hairstyling, nail care, skin care, and more. If you're still undecided, most programs begin with an overview of the cosmetology field that may help you make up your mind. Along with gaining hands-on experience, students take courses in subjects like manicures and pedicures, facials, coloring hair, exfoliation, and hair removal. Programs may take between several weeks and two years to complete. Furthermore, you may also need formal training from a state-approved school to apply for a license from the Georgia Board of Cosmetology. A state license may required if you want to work as a beauty professional.

After Beauty School: Careers in Georgia

In Georgia, the average hourly wage for beauty professionals in 2008 was $9.21 for manicurists and pedicurists, $11.71 for skincare specialists, and $13.50 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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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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Alameda Beauty College

Start your career with training from Alameda Beauty College.

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