Need more information on medical and online esthetician schools? Check here.

There are only a few esthetician schools in DC but there a plenty in neighboring states as well. In order to become a skin care specialist in District of Columbia a minimum of 600 hours (1200 for Master) of training is required as well as passing DC board exams and paying the licensing fee.

Enter your ZIP below to see where you can train nearby to become a licensed DC esthetician.


Take a look at our page on esthetics classes to get an idea what you’ll be studying.

French Institute of Esthetics – Washington

Skin Care Center School of Aesthetics – Washington

Board of cosmetology.

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Aveda Institute – Washington

Dudley Beauty College of Washington – Washington

More interested in other types of beauty schools? Check out our pages that list DC schools for nail techs, barbers, cosmetologists and makeup artists.

Did we miss any DC esthetics schools? Please contact us to let us know.

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Find out about how to use one of estheticians most used instruments the blackhead removal tool or comedone extractor.

School links:
https://avedainstitutessouth.edu/locations/washington-d-c/

http://dudleybeautyschool-dc.com/contact.html