Esthetician Schools in Phoenix, AZ

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Rapid changes in beauty trends create demand for skilled estheticians who are not only versed in contouring and makeup application but specifically knowledgeable in maintaining the health of the skin. Completing an esthetician program comprising of at least 600 hours of theory and practical work and passing the Arizona State Board Exam is required for practice in the state. Accredited programs include extensive preparation for success on the exam. However, you’ll also learn techniques for covering flaws, creating a regime to improve skin health to reduce or remove client insecurities, facials, chemical peels, and business practices to open and operate your own successful business.

Avalon School of Cosmetology

The Esthetician program at Avalon School of Cosmetology prepares students for the state board exam and for successful practice in the skincare industry. The curriculum covers basic concepts of esthetics as well as state board principle to support the development of competent future industry professionals. Students will acquire proficiency in all areas to sit for the state board written exam, demonstrate proficiency in delivering esthetics services not limited to facials, hair removal, clinical therapies, and body treatments, and professional skills such as customer service, business practices, and communications. During Phase I of the program students will learn basic theory and practical concepts in Anatomy and & Physiology, Facials, Clinical Therapies, Exfoliation, Makeup, Hair Removal, Body Treatments, Microdermabrasion, and Chemical Exfoliation. Phase II covers advanced theory and practical instruction in all previously covered aeras plus business training in retailing strategies and upselling, and State Board Preparation. Students must achieve a passing score of at least 75% on all written and practical examinations and completed a minimum of 600 hours to graduate from the program.

Program overview:
General Esthetics
Duration: 21 weeks (full-time) 33 weeks (part-time)
Contact hours: 600

Prerequisites:

  • Submit a completed Pre-Application Interview Questionnaire
  • Complete a Career Planning Interview
  • Must have a genuine desire to complete the esthetics program
  • Must have a high school diploma, GED, or transcript of an Associate’s Degree
  • Provide a copy of state or government-issued photo ID
  • Submit a completed application and enrollment documents
  • Pay the application fee of $50

Program cost:
The cost of the program is $10,902 and includes tuition, books, supplies, student kit, and application fee.

Website: https://avalon.edu/programs-enrollment/esthetics/
Address: 410 E. Bell Rd. Suite G100, Phoenix, AZ 85022
Phone: 602-443-0076

The Studio Academy of Beauty

The esthetician program at The Studio Academy of Beauty teaches the skills needed to provide skin care services. Experienced faculty will teach the science of skincare, chemistry, and facial and body treatment techniques. Areas of study include face and body waxing, product knowledge, eyebrow and eyelash tinting, massaging techniques, sanitation, sterilization, disease and infection, skin disorders, hair growth and removal methods, chemical peels, and principles and techniques of makeup. Instruction will begin with lectures in the classroom and mannequin work. Students will then move to the clinic floor to perform the services learned on actual clients. Experienced faculty will use lectures, class assignments, hands-on demonstrations, discussions, projects, and video presentations. Graduates will be prepared to write the state exam to become a licensed esthetician. Day and evening schedules are offered to meet students’ needs.

Program overview:
Esthetics
Duration: 4 months (full-time) 9 months (part-time)
Contact hours: 600

Prerequisites:

  • Must be a US citizen or eligible non-citizen (passport, birth certificate, or alien registration required)
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Submit a completed application and enrollment documents
  • Pay the registration fee of $50

Program cost:
The cost of the program is $10,379 and includes tuition, books, kit fee, sales tax, and registration fee.

Website: https://thestudioacademyofbeauty.com/esthetics/
Address: 8046 N 19th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85021
Phone: 623-900-7122

Deer Valley College

Aesthetician students at Deer Valley College will learn through classroom lectures, hands-on practice, and provision of services in the student clinic. The training will cover facials, hair removal techniques including hard and soft wax, microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, light exfoliation with fruit acids, day and evening makeup, and eyelash application. Other topics include state laws, business management skills, sanitation, skin disorders, sterilization, communication, and customer service. The first 16 weeks will emphasize theoretical concepts and will be followed by supervised practice in the clinic where students will receive feedback from real clients. Students must obtain a score of 80% or higher on each course with a minimum grade of 80% and complete 100% of the course hours to move to each successive course and eventually graduate from the program.  Program graduates will be prepared to sit for the Arizona State Board of Cosmetology aesthetics licensing exam.

Program overview:
Aesthetics
Duration: 7 months (full-time) 8 months (part-time)
Contact hours: 600

Prerequisites:

  • Attend an Information Session
  • Obtain a Student ID number and apply for the program online
  • Secure funding for the program
  • Meet with an Admissions Representative to enroll and discuss payment options
  • Submit the completed Beauty and Wellness Student Contract

Program cost:
The cost of the program is $4,300 and includes tuition, books, and lab fee. The separate registration fee is $15.

Website: https://www.gatewaycc.edu/aesthetician
Address: 2931 W. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85053
Phone: (602) 392-5000

Aveda Institute

Aveda Institute’s Esthiology Program is designed to educate students in the services, processes, skills, and techniques used by professionals in the industry. The curriculum introduces the fundamentals of esthetics including facials, body waxing, body treatments, ethics, interpersonal skills, make up application, sanitation and safe work practices, and time management. Course modules include History of the Industry, Facial and Skin Care, Facial Makeup, Hair Removal, Laws and Regulations, Management and Salesmanship, and Safe Work Practices. At the conclusion of the course, will have the necessary knowledge and experience to sit for the Arizona State Board exams. Full-time classes meet Tuesdays through Saturday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Part-time classes meet Monday through Friday from 5:30 pm to 10:30 pm.

Program overview:
Esthiology Diploma
Duration: 15 weeks (full-time) 24 weeks (part-time)
Contact hours: 600

Prerequisites:

  • Submit a completed application packet and non-refundable application fee of $50
  • Attend an interview with an Admissions Representative
  • Submit a letter of intent answering specific questions
  • Provide a copy of high school or GED
  • Provide a copy of the Social Security Card
  • Provide a copy of government-issued ID as proof of age
  • Applicants under 18 years of age must have a parent or legal guardian sign the enrollment contract

Program cost:
The cost of the program is $10,500. Additional fees include registration fee and student kit.

Website: https://avedainspiregreatness.com/programs/esthiology/
Address: 8475 S Emerald Dr Ste 101, 104, Tempe, AZ 85284
Phone: 1 (480) 281-1989

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Penrose Academy

Penrose Academy’s esthetics program provides students with the information required to succeed in the beauty industry. Theory and practice sessions aid the development of key skills that students need to provide clients with results-oriented treatments. Penrose Academy is aligned with SkinMedica products and peels giving students the opportunity to work with this cosmeceutical line. Course topics include skin treatments, dermaplaning, microdermabrasion, back facial, microneedling, principles of electricity and ecology, SkinMedica chemical peel training, skin analysis and equipment, facial and body waxing, brow shape and style, and Arizona State Board Test-Out. Practical sessions, conducted in the school’s 28-bed Spa, will let students work on live guests and receive feedback of their services. Full-time classes meet Wednesday through Saturday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. The two-day part-time class meets Monday and Tuesday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. The 4-day part-time program meets Monday through Thursday from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

Program overview:
Esthetics Program
Duration: 20 weeks (full-time) 37 weeks (part-time)
Contact hours: 600

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 17 years of age
  • Attend a campus tour and a representative from the admissions department
  • Must achieve a score of 85% or higher in the Campus Tour focused on Accountability, Professionalism, Communication, and Commitment Level
  • Submit a copy of a driver’s license or photo ID and proof of citizenship
  • Submit a completed application form and application fee of $100
  • Submit a letter of intent describing reasons for enrolling at Penrose Academy
  • Submit proof of graduating from high school
  • Submit two passport-sized photos
  • Complete and submit a signed Penrose Academy Enrollment Agreement and Student Catalog Acknowledgement

Program cost:
The cost of the program is $14,250. It includes the tuition, student kit, and application fee.

Website: https://penrose.edu/programs/esthetics/
Address: 13402 North Scottsdale Rd., Suite B-160, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Phone: 480-222-9540

Skin & Makeup Institute

The esthetics program at Skin & Makeup Institute helps students understand the functioning and internal mechanism of the skin. The program will include classroom lectures, video demonstrations, presentations, interactive discussions, hands-on practice, and provision in client services in the student clinic. Training includes facials, ayurvedic, manual lymphatic drainage, bio elements, body treatments, spa certification acne treatment, skin analysis, natural detoxification, chemical exfoliations, microdermabrasion, treatment programs, sun tan applications, fundamentals of makeup, microcurrent, and much more. Students must take and pass a mock state board test before graduating from the program. Morning and evening classes are available.

Program overview:
Esthetics Program
Duration: 20 weeks (full-time) 37 weeks (part-time)
Contact hours: 600

Prerequisites:

  • Must be at least 17 years of age
  • Schedule and attend an enrollment meeting on campus
  • Determine options for financing the program
  • Submit a completed application form
  • Submit a completed enrollment agreement
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Submit a copy of photo ID and social security card

Program cost:
Financing is available for eligible students.

Website: https://skinandmakeupinstitute.com/
Address: 7547 W Greenway Rd # 500, Peoria, AZ 85381
Phone: (623) 334-6700

G Skin Beauty Institute

The esthetics course at G Skin Beauty Institute instructs students in introductory and advanced techniques for skin care and makeup. General theory will cover history of skin care, professional ethics, skin care and facial treatment, disorders of the skin and special esthetics procedures, bacteriology, personal hygiene and public health, professional image, body systems. And career planning. Practice and procedures include non-therapeutic massage of the body, electricity, machines and apparatus, professional makeup techniques, arching of the eyebrows, tinting of the eyelashes and eyebrows, lightening of the hair on the body, and salon business skills. Graduates will be eligible to apply to sit for the Arizona State Esthetician Licensure exam.

Program overview:
Esthetics Program
Duration: 20 weeks (full-time) 25-63 weeks (part-time)
Contact hours: 600

Prerequisites:

  • Provide proof of age (must be at least 16 years of age)
  • Submit a completed high school diploma or GED
  • Submit a completed application and registration fee of $100
  • Complete all the admission paperwork

Program cost:
The program cost of $12,468.80 includes the registration fee of $100, class kits and books, and kit tax.

Website: https://gskinbeautyinstitute.edu/esthetician-school/
Address: 5080 South Gilbert Rd, Chandler AZ 85249
Phone: 815-786-7266

Southwest Institute of Natural Aesthetics

SWINA’s Natural Aesthetics Practitioner program combines the most current skin care and anti-aging treatments to prepare students for success on the state board exam. The curriculum will cover more than 20 different facial protocols, spa treatments, cosmetic applications, advanced skin care services, microdermabrasion, chemical peels, microcurrent facials, and hot stone facials. Instructors will cover holistic techniques such as aromatherapy, lymphatic drainage, kitchen aesthetics, and reflexology. The student clinic sessions will help students with the treatment of clients’ specific skin care concerns, incorporate multiple product lines, and customize treatment plans. Graduates will be in tune with current market trends and clients’ energy.

Program overview:
Natural Aesthetics Practitioner Diploma
Duration: 30 weeks (full-time) 50 weeks (part-time)
Credit hours: 24
Contact hours: 600

Prerequisites:

  • Attend an on-campus tour of the facilities with an Admissions Coach
  • Must be able to maintain a professional and therapeutic approach and sense of self
  • Provide proof of completing high school or equivalent
  • Must be at least 17 years of age – must provide written consent of a parent or guardian if under the age of 18
  • Submit a completed application and non-refundable fee of $75
  • Provide a government-issued form of picture ID

Program cost:
The program cost of $10,800 includes the tuition, books, supply fee, tech fee, and material fee.

Website: https://swina.swiha.edu/programs/natural-aesthetics-practitioner/
Address: 1460 E. Southern Ave. Tempe, AZ 85282
Phone: (480) 393-1415
Email: info@swiha.edu

IMAj Institute

IMAj Institute gives aesthetics students a competitive edge in the beauty industry. The intensive, state-accredited program offers hands-on training in the basic and advanced procedures essential for a career as a licensed esthetician. In addition to covering a broad range of subjects and skills, instructors will guide students through the use of the numerous devices and equipment used in practice. Further to that, students will use professional-grade products on volunteers and real clients seeking service in the student clinic. Graduates will be prepared to take the AZ licensing exam. The school has a consistent 97 percent pass rate. IMAj maintains small class sizes for more personalized instruction. New classes begin every month. Classes meet Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Program overview:
Advanced Aesthetics
Duration: 19 weeks (full-time)
Contact hours: 600

Prerequisites:

  • Attend an admission interview and campus tour
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Submit a completed application and fee

Program cost:
Financial aid is available for eligible students.

Website: https://www.imajinstitute.com/
Address: 8370 East Via De Ventura, Suites K-200, Scottsdale, AZ 85258
Phone: 480-361-8585

 

 

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