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Beauty Schools in Missouri

Missouri Beauty Schools

The $56 billion beauty industry offers numerous career options to graduates of the nation's beauty schools, which is why U.S. News & World Report ranked cosmetology in the top 30 of its Best Careers list for 2009.

Of course, your career options range from the traditional--barber or hair stylist, make-up artist, aesthetician (or esthetician), or nail technician--to the not-so-traditional, yet steadily growing, such as massage therapist or other specialist in holistic treatment, such as hydrotherapy or reflexology.

Your cosmetology program is likely to include courses involving chemistry and biology, sanitation, and anatomy. Hands-on training will include hair styling, cutting, and coloring; facials, waxes, and other skin care specialties; make-up application; and manicuring and pedicuring.

Missouri at a Glance according to BLS (As of May 2008):

# of Hairdressers, hair stylists, and cosmetologists: 6,650; Median hourly earnings were $10.26

# of Manicurists/Pedicurists: 430; Median hourly earnings were $7.84

# of Skin Care Specialists: 390; Median hourly earnings were $14.78

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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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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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