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Maryland has a few good schools where you can study esthetics. If you wish to work in the exciting field of esthetics in Maryland, there are educational and licensing procedures you need to satisfactorily complete.
The Maryland Board of Cosmetology requires that you successfully follow an accredited formal coursework program and clinical training at a state-approved esthetician college. Alternatively you may enroll in an apprenticeship program. Each provides an opportunity to learn basic and cutting-edge science of skin health. Esthetic training, especially learning to apply make-up, is an art form you learn in preparation for a successful career in this field.
The esthetics curriculum consists of several components. You’ll learn about dermatology, chemistry, and sanitation procedures. You are introduced to the business aspects of your career and Maryland’s laws and regulations regarding licensure and client safety guidelines. The formal schooling route and the apprenticeship teach you how to do facials, masks, hair removal procedures, and how to apply makeup.
After passing the tests, you’re ready to apply for your license. Submit the Online Esthetician Original License Application (here) and licensing fee. The license is valid for two years before renewal.
Take a look at our online training information page to see if that might be an option for you.
The Fila Academy – Glen Burnie
Fortis Institute – Woodlawn
Fortis Institute – Baltimore
Aesthetics Institute of Cosmetology – Gaithersburg
Baltimore School of Massage’s Steiner Institute of Esthetics – Linthicum
Hair Expressions Academy – Rockville
Von Lee International School of Aesthetics – Baltimore
Did we miss any Maryland esthiology institutes? Please contact us to let us know.
Estheticians in the US – Schools by State
Schools for Estheticians in Canada
Links to schools:
Aesthetics Institute of Cosmetology
Hair Expressions Academy