Esthetician Schools in Dallas, TX

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The demand for hair and skin care services has never been greater. Lockdowns, restrictions, and new requirements for visiting salons during the global pandemic have created a new urgency among patrons. Even more startling is that demand for esthetics training is at an all time high and esthetician schools are here to deliver. The reopening of schools in Texas saw an influx of new students ready to train for the industry. The programs are available in traditional (on-campus) formats but hybrid and online options are also available for those who are still a bit cautious in venturing out. Moreover, smaller class sizes not only cater to personalized instruction but help students maintain a distance from other students. Graduates can rest assured that the industry will bounce back as consumers need and look forward to their beauty fix – especially during a global crisis.

Ogle School

The esthetician program at Ogle School trains students in the art of skin care and makeup. Students will learn through lectures in the classroom, demonstrations, and active participation in scheduled activities. Hands-on practice in the school’s salon will give students the opportunity to develop skills and apply theoretical principles. A hybrid option is available which lets students complete part of the training online. Course topics include Orientation and TDLR Rules and Regulations, Anatomy and Physiology, Client Care, Chemistry, Sanitation, Safety and First Aid, Facial Treatment, Superfluous Hair Removal, Color Psychology, Nutrition, Makeup, and Business Management. Graduates will be prepared for employment as an Esthetician, Skin Care Specialist, Facialist, Skin Care Salon Manager, or Salon Owner.

Program overview:

Esthetician

Duration: 5 months (full-time) 10 months (part-time)

Clock hours: 750

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 17 years of age at scheduled class commencement
  • Must be a high school graduate, completed GED certificate, completed an associates, bachelors or higher degree, and completed secondary school from an acceptable accredited home school program
  • Complete a personal interview with an Admissions Representative
  • Sign an Enrollment Agreement
  • Submit transcripts for evaluation – for applications with transfer hours
  • Attend a student orientation

Program cost:

The program cost is $13,830 for full-time students and $14,355 for part-time students. It includes tuition, books, equipment, and supplies.

Aveda Arts & Sciences Institutes

The esthiology/esthetician program at Aveda Arts and Sciences provides students with skin care training that emphasizes the use of pure plant and plant essences in treatment.  Faculty will prepare students for the state licensing exam in esthetics. Modules of instruction include sanitation and sterilization, human physiology and anatomy, skin histology, skin diseases and disorders, nutrition, general chemistry, skin analysis, product selection, selecting and employing massage, draping, cleansing, hair removal, hazards to the skin, aromatherapy, makeup, spa, and electricity and electrical apparatus. Graduates will be prepared to take the state licensure exam and for entry-level employment as an esthetician.

Program overview:

Esthiology/ Esthetician

Duration: 25 weeks (full-time)

Clock hours: 750

Prerequisites:

  • Complete an Application for Admission and submit to the Admissions office with the non-refundable application fee of $100
  • Schedule and attend an informational interview and tour the school with an Admissions Manager
  • Submit a letter of recommendation and letter of intent
  • Submit proof of education – high school diploma, high school transcript, college transcript indication at least two years of attendance
  • Submit a valid photo ID with proof of age
  • Submit valid proof of US citizenship or lawful status
  • Submit a social security card
  • Make the kit payment by the registration deadline

Program cost:

The program cost is $10,255. The application fee, kit fees, State Board registration fee, and additional testing fees are not included.

Dallas Skin Institute

Dallas Skin Institute offers comprehensive training in medical and cosmetic treatments that prepares students for a career as an esthetician. Instructors will cover treatments to improve the health and appearance of the skin. Course topics include peels, hydrafacial, electrolysis, European facials, back and neck treatments, airbrush tanning, lash lift, makeup application, microdermabrasion, body waxing, and marketing. Apart from esthetics, students will also learn leadership and momentum alongside beauty pioneers who are revolutionizing the industry. The class size is limited to 15 students to ensure quality training. Classes meet from 9:30 am to 6:00 pm.

Program overview:

Esthetics/Estheology Training

Duration: 5 months

Clock hours: 750

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 17 years of age
  • Must attend a campus tour
  • Must wear solid black or white clothing and closed-toe shoes
  • Must provide a model for the practical exam
  • Must have a non-refundable deposit at the time of registration
  • Must have a positive attitude
  • Check with the state tattoo requirements before enrolling

Program cost:

Tuition includes a free cosmetic tower with products to provide more than 30 services and free Blood Borne Pathogens training for private classes.

The Salon Professional Academy

The Salon Professional Academy prepares students for success in the skin care industry. The esthetics program covers modern techniques using professional equipment, the artistry of makeup application, business and marketing skills including social media, skin care, hair styling, and more. Committed faculty provide students with the support needed to achieve their personal and professional goals. Full-time and part-time schedules are available.

Program overview:

Esthetics

Duration: 25 weeks (full-time) 54 weeks (part-time)

Clock hours: 750

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 17 years of age
  • Meet with an admission representative and attend a campus tour
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Must submit a completed application for admission
  • Must have a valid ID and social security card

Program cost:

The program cost includes a student kit full of professional tools and technology.

Dallas Beauty Academy

Dallas Beauty Institute offers an esthetician program to prepare students for a career as an esthetician. Through classroom theory and hands-on activities in a salon where students have the opportunity to practice their skills on clients. At the conclusion of the program, students will have the confidence to function as an esthetician.

Program overview:

Cosmetology

Duration: 5 months

Clock hours: 750

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 17 years of age
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Must submit a completed application for admission
  • Must have a valid ID and social security card

Program cost:

The program cost includes tuition and supplies.

  • Website: https://www.dallasbeautyacademy.com/
  • Address: 3905 W Walnut St, Garland, TX 75042
  • Phone: (214) 227-5939

Fort Worth Beauty School 

The esthetics program at Fort Worth Beauty School prepares students for the world of skin in a spa environment. Theory and hands-on instruction will cover the basics of skin care but will cover courses required for extra certifications that will give graduates a competitive advantage in the industry. The school is a Dermalogica Partner School so students will benefit from their education and products.

Program overview:

Esthetics

Duration: 6 months (full-time) 10 months (part-time)

Clock hours: 1000

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 17 years of age at the scheduled class commencement
  • Provide proof of age – a birth certificate, driver’s license, government ID, or passport
  • Must be a high school graduate – provide a copy of diploma or transcript, GED certificate, or a secondary school completion of a home school program
  • Attend an interview with an Admissions personnel
  • Sign the registration contract and submit the registration fee of $100

Program cost:

The program cost is $10,955 for full-time students and $11,955 for part-time students. The cost includes tuition, registration fee, and books. Financial aid is available for eligible students.

DuVall’s School of Cosmetology

The esthetics program at DuVall’s School of Cosmetology prepares students for a rewarding career in the beauty industry. The accredited program covers practical training and technical instruction in skin analysis, facials, exfoliation, hair removal, make-up, salon management, and State Board Training. Course modules include infection control, skin care, body procedures, superfluous hair removal, salon management and practices, anatomy and physiology, chemistry and related theory, client care, color psychology, aromatherapy, nutrition, client communications, and business administration. Graduates will be prepared to take the State Board exam and obtain entry-level positions as an esthetician. Full-time students meet 5 days a week. Part-time students meet 3 days a week.

Program overview:

Esthetician

Duration: 6 months (full-time) 10 months (part-time)

Clock hours: 750

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 16 years of age
  • Provide proof of identity and citizenship eligibility – driver’s license, government ID, or passport and social security card or receipt issued by the Social Security Administration
  • Provide a high school diploma or transcript showing completion or a GED certificate or other state-approved High School Equivalency Test Results
  • Applicants with previous cosmetology credits must request an evaluation before enrollment
  • Submit a completed Application for Enrollment
  • Submit an Enrollment Agreement and pay the non-refundable application fee of $50

Program cost:

The program cost of $13,050 includes tuition, books, kit, and application fee. Financial aid is available for eligible students.

3D Lash and Brow Academy

3D Lash and Brow is a Dermalogica Partner School so esthetician students can be assured of the best education. The school is licensed and approved by TDLR. The curriculum includes intensive preparation for a career as an esthetician according to the industry’s standards. Students have the option to complete the program online (100%), in person, or as a hybrid student. Hybrid students will complete 50% of the coursework online. Course topics include eyelash extensions, brow lamination, eyebrow tinting, facial treatments, makeup, waxing, light therapy, client care, chemistry, nutrition, aromatherapy, management, color therapy, superfluous hair, facial treatments, threading, eyebrow tinting and more. New classes begin each month.

Program overview:

Advanced Esthetics Program

Duration: 6 months (full-time) 10 months (part-time)

Clock hours: 750

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 17 years of age
  • Provide proof of identity and citizenship eligibility – driver’s license, government ID, or passport and social security card
  • Provide a high school diploma or transcript showing completion or a GED certificate or other state-approved High School Equivalency Test Results
  • Submit a completed Application for Enrollment
  • Make a deposit of $1,000

Program cost:

Tuition costs $8,000. It includes a digital ebook, hard copy of the textbook, Dermalogica skin kit, Lash Lift and Brow Lamination Kit, state board exam fees, and lash extension kit. Financial aid is available for eligible students.

Professional Skin Care Academy

The Esthetics Course at Professional Skin Care Academy is open to adults with no experience in the industry. The curriculum covers the art and science of skin care to prepare students for state licensure and entry-level employment as an esthetician. The program is approved by the TDLR. Course topics include facials, eye treatments, reflexology, waxing, galvanic, body polish, back treatments, microdermabrasion, makeup, brow and lash tint, aromatherapy, ear candling, and more. Class size is limited to 12 students per cycle to provide for personalized instruction.

Program overview:

Esthetics Program

Duration: 6 months (full-time)

Clock hours: 750

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 17 years of age
  • Provide proof of identity and citizenship eligibility – driver’s license, government ID, or passport and social security card
  • Provide a high school diploma or transcript showing completion or a GED certificate or other state-approved High School Equivalency Test Results
  • Submit a completed Application for Enrollment

Program cost:

Tuition includes textbooks and supplies. Financial aid is available for eligible students.