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New England School of Hair Design is a member of the Accredited Association of Cosmetology Schools (AACS). AACS was founded in 1924; we are a national non-profit association open to all privately owned schools of Cosmetology Arts & Sciences.




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Our curriculum is uniquely designed to provide students with the flexibility they need by utilizing an online avenue for the theory portion while offering hands-on training using the latest technologies and knowledge available in the field today. For over 14 years collectively, we have been training electrologists in order to raise the standard of care in the state of Utah and beyond. In our school, you will receive hands-on practice with real clients, similar to what you will experience when licensed while using a variety of modalities and machines. Our courses are licensed by the state of Utah and are designed to meet the requirements for the Utah State Board of Cosmetology and for reciprocity across state borders.


Enjoy a profitable career in a rewarding field focused on helping others and improving their lives/self-worth. You will experience satisfaction and the opportunity for growth and financial independence. Each graduate will have the opportunity to be a part of the fastest growing field of the beauty industry, hair removal. In Utah, the Bureau of Labor reports electrologists are expected to make $17,850 to $53,890 a year prior to tips and bonuses with an expected employment increase of 38% in the next 10 years. Nationally, the income range is $20,500 to $62,540 with a projected employment increase of 17%.


This electrolysis program consists of 600 hours of theoretical and practical instruction covering electrolysis and additional forms of hair removal. Students that are accepted into the program will receive training by practicing electrologists. Each graduating student will be able to be prepared and apply for state licensure in Utah. The 250 hour theoretical portion is offered online using the world renowned Académie Dectro Electroepilation Online Course followed by 350 hours of practical, hands-on-training. During the practical portion, the students will be trained using modern, up-to-date equipment from qualified instructors in small class settings allowing for greater one-on-one training. Thus, allowing students to excel and go on to become one of the top electrologists in the field.


Electrolysis is the only hair removal method approved by the FDA for permanent hair removal. A qualified professional called an electrologist slides a thin, metallic filament into the opening of each hair follicle with unwanted hair. A very small current is applied which causes localized damage to the areas that generate hairs, either through the formation of caustic substance (the galvanic method), overheating (thermolysis), or both (the blend method). With each treatment, the cells that grow a hair is damaged.


The 1500 hour Cosmetology Training Career Program is designed and administered to prepare students in the skills necessary for performing haircutting, hairstyling, permanent waving, coloring, manicures, pedicures and basic skin care.


"I enjoyed my educational experience at Shear Ego and I look forward to returning for a second time in the Nail Specialty program. The school is a very clean and professional place. Furthermore, the staff is friendly and inviting and make you feel comfortable and engaged."


Great school!!!! They offer everything from cosmetology to esthetics, barbering, and even waxing. When you leave you are a trained professional ready to succeed in your trade. The teachers are good, but the esthetics and waxing teacher is the best. Would definitely recommend taking a class with Ms. G. Everyone wants to see you be successful. The owner has an open-door policy with the students and is always there for them. When you leave you are a training professional ready to succeed in your trade.


My daughter has been looking at cosmetology schools to attend in the WNY area and beyond and after considerable research and family deliberation, we were all in agreement Shear Ego was the obvious best choice. The instructors seem much more invested in their work and their students success. We got the impression it wasn't just a job to them, but a reflection of their profession. Even the facilities were top notch, much more like a real salon environment rather than a school setting. We're looking forward to my daughters learning at Shear Ego and I recommend them highly.


Each of our programs are designed with a shared purpose in mind: to ensure that our students make a lasting impression on their clients, their communities, and their industries. We take pride in each one of our students, and our students graduate knowing that the Shear Ego name means something much more than that of the average beauty or barbering school.


If you need help funding your goals in beauty school, we can help. As an accredited institution, Blades School of Hair Design offers financial aid to those who qualify. Learn more about your options today!


We have been educating students for over 34 years! Our owner and founder Don Duncan opened his first school in Oklahoma City in 1981 and ever since has gone on to educate students and placing them into some amazing roles!


Our alumni make up some of the best salon owners, educators, stylists, and editorial stylists all over the world! We have a great campus in Oklahoma City, and owner/founder Don Duncan still works in and oversees the school every day! If you are looking to not only become a hairdresser, but to have the education to take you wherever you want to go in our great industry, we look forward to getting to know you more!


Our beauty school, along with our advanced training facility prepares our students to help all ages, hair and skin types. Take a day to treat yourself to something special here at the Model College of Hair Design.


They each have their own natural hair businesses, but their bond is so strong that they're combining them into one business, which will be in Uptown. The Natural Hair Care Institute will be the first of its kind in the Metro.


At Capri, we are dedicated to our students and work hard to see them succeed. Our school offers more than just basic training. We work with our students to achieve their goals by providing guest speakers, advanced classes and techniques, and more!


Check out our course list to discover what might be the best fit for your interests. Love hair? Learn more about our Hairdressing & Cosmetology program. If you want to explore skincare, we recommend our Esthetics & Make-Up program.


A Texas school district has ended its hair policy that previously required boys to have short hair. The school board for Magnolia ISD in the greater Houston area voted to reverse the policy Monday night.


The school district later reached a settlement agreement with all involved, allowing those expelled and suspended to be able to return to school without fear of being punished for their long hair. Their disciplinary records related to the hair policy were also expunged, and Magnolia ISD agreed to make its dress code gender-neutral.


Since opening in 1979, we have only expanded both as a multi-campus school as well as an overall dedicated institution for helping students realize their dreams in the field of beauty. Our reputation has allowed us to form positive relationships with spas on salons both locally and nationally, allowing our alumni multiple outlets to begin their careers. We pride ourselves on being able to guide students from all walks of life into the beauty or spa career that best suits their needs and interests. Apply to hair Professionals Career College of Oswego, IL today.


More than a Hair SchoolThe Cosmetology License is comprehensive, covering a broad scope of services, so our curriculum is structured to cover several areas of expertise. As with most professions, you must take general courses as a foundation for your education. These courses include anatomy and physiology, skin diseases and disorders, chemistry, and sanitary practices. From there, you will have classes in hair design, including cutting, hair color, straightening techniques, and other chemical services. You will also learn the basics of manicures, pedicures, and skincare.Examinations & LicensingUpon completion of your coursework, you will be prepared to take the Tennessee State Board of Cosmetology Licensing Exam as well as the Mississippi State Board of Cosmetology Licensing Exam.Educational Materials & TechniquesStudents are educated with materials and techniques from the Goldwell Signature School Curriculum, the Sassoon Academy School Connection, OPI Nail Care Systems, Milady Standard Textbook of Cosmetology, Nuts and Bolts business course, and in compliance with Tennessee State Board of Cosmetology, the Tennessee State Board Booklet.


Deanna and Mia Cook, 15, who are black, were given detentions because the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School dress code says braid extensions aren't allowed. Deanna says she thinks the hair policy is racist.


"What they're saying is we can't wear extensions, and the people who wear extensions are black people. They wear them as braids to protect their hair and they're not allowing us to do that," she said.


Colleen Cook, the twins' mother, says the school is discriminating against her girls by not allowing hair extensions. She told the Boston Globe that braided hair gives her daughters pride. "They want to partake in their culture," she told the newspaper.


"The specific prohibition of hair extensions, which are expensive and could serve as a differentiating factor between students from dissimilar socioeconomic backgrounds, is consistent with our desire to create an educational environment, one that celebrates all that students have in common and minimizes material differences and distractions," Dan said.


Robert Treston, regional head of the Anti-Defamation League, says he's concerned about the policy. "There are a lot of unanswered questions and we're very concerned that the school policy, the way it's apparently being implemented, may have a discriminatory impact," he said. 041b061a72


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