Whether as a cosmetologist, hair designer, esthetician or manicurist, to work as a professional in the beauty industry, aspiring beauticians to attend a state-approved beauty school is required by the state of Ohio. As home to a number of beauty schools, a wide range of programs is offered by the city of Cincinnati. Generally, these schools combine theory with hands-on training to prepare students for a professional career in the beauty industry.
Moler-Hollywood Beauty Academy
Several different beauty programs at its Cincinnati campus is offered by Moler-Hollywood beauty Academy, which is absolutely licensed by the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology. A 300-hour salon management course, a 1500-hour cosmetology program, a 200-hour manicuring course and 1800-hour cosmetology combination course are all featured by Moler-Hollywood Beauty Academy.
Students have been prepared for the Ohio State Board Examination by all of the school’s programs, which will allow them to receive a license in their selected are of study. Also, in the school’s on-site clinic, hands-on experience will be gained by students.
Aveda Fredric’s Institute
As well as a 750-hour managing esthetician program, a 1500-hour cosmetology program is also offered by Aveda Fredric’s Institute. Students will learn about plant aroma logy, anatomy, hair chemicals and physiology, skin care techniques and hair coloring in the school’s cosmetology program of Aveda Fredric’s Institute. The class sizes is ranging from 20 to 24 students, according to the school’s website avedafredricsinstitute.com
In addition to makeup and facial massage techniques, the esthetician program also teaches students about physiology and anatomy, skin care and plant aroma logy. Approximately, 12 students is the class size in this esthetician program. To all students, career assistant services are also available. Every year, the school hosts career networking services and also provides students with an updated career board, according to the Aveda Fredric’s Institute website.
Western Hills School of Beauty and Hair Design
Beauty programs in managing cosmetology, managing esthiology, basic cosmetology and managing nail technology is offered by the Western Hills School of Beauty and Hair Design, which is licensed by the Ohio State Board of Cosmetology. Classroom instruction with practical hands-on training in the school’s student clinic is combined by all of these programs. According to the school’s website, lifetime job placement services will have been received by all students and graduates from Western Hills School of Beauty and Hair Design.
Cincinnati Academy, Paul Mitchell Partner School
A 1500-hour basic cosmetology program is offered by a Paul Mitchell Partner School, The Cincinnati Academy. Students of this school will gain a solid foundation in design, coloring, cutting, fashion trends, multicultural techniques and business practices, according to the school’s website, which is Cincinnati.paulmitchell.edu
Classroom instruction with hands-on training is also combined in the program of this school. To all students’ schedule, evening and day classes are available to cater. Also, the-to-five-day workshops for professional cosmetologists who want to continue their education and learn more advanced beauty techniques are offered by Cincinnati Academy, Paul Mitchell Partner School.