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Wisconsin Beauty Schools

What Wisconsin Cosmetology Schools Have to Offer

Did you know the word ""cosmetology"" comes from the Greek word kosmetikos, which means ""skilled in adornment""? That's what the training programs at cosmetology and beauty schools teach you to be--a talented hair stylist, barber, cosmetologist, skin care specialist, nail technician, or makeup artist.

In few months, you may earn an associate degree as a hair stylist, barber, or cosmetologist, learning the latest techniques in cutting and styling hair. Your classes will teach you how to give facials, do hair removal, body wraps, microdermabrasion, and more. Or you could train to become a manicurist or pedicurist, another rapidly growing career, and learn how to do detailed nail designs, apply acrylic nails, and follow sanitation regulations.

Why Wisconsin Beauty Schools?

Why should you study cosmetology in the Badger State? A skin care specialist in Wisconsin earns above the national average salary for the profession, bringing in $32,550 annually according to BLS, 2008 data. Its attractions include the internationally renowned Milwaukee Art Museum and the beautiful Milwaukee Riverwalk. Wisconsin's capital city, Madison, is a thriving college town and has often been ranked among the best places to live by Money magazine.


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Alameda Beauty College

Start your career with training from Alameda Beauty College.

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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

Prepare for an exciting new career at the Milan Institute.

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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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