Missouri has a good choice of esthetician academies. In order to become a skin care specialist in Missouri a minimum of 750 hours of training is required as well as passing MO board exams and paying the licensing fee. Enter your ZIP below to see where you can train nearby to become a licensed Mo. esthetician.
Also take a look at our online school page to see if you’d like to earn your certification at home.
Aesthetics Institute – Overland
Artistic College of Cosmetology – Kirkwood
Class Act School of Cosmetology – Joplin
A Cut Up Curl Up & Dye Academy – Willard
Abbott Academy of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences – St. Peters
Duvardo Academy of Hair Design – St Louis
Esthetics Institute Of St. Louis – Saint Louis
Lake University of Cosmetology – Camdenton
The Skin Institute – Affton
The Salon Professional Academy – Branson
National Academy of Beauty Arts – Crystal City
The Salon Elite Academy – Branson – CLOSED
The Salon Professional Academy – St. Charles
About esthetician exams in Missouri pdf.
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Estheticians in the US – Schools by State
Schools for Estheticians in Canada
Academy of Hair Design – Springfield
Advance Beauty College Hannibal – Hannibal
American College of Hair Design – Sedalia
City Pointe Beauty Academy – Joplin
Crave Beauty Academy – Ballwin
Diva’s Unlimited Academy – St. Louis
Heritage College – Kansas City
House of Heavilin Beauty College – Blue Springs
Independence College of Cosmetology – Independence
Lighthouse Career Academy – Branson
Merrell University of Beauty Arts and Science – JeffersonCity
Missouri College of Cosmetology – South Campus – Springfield
Neosho Beauty College – Neosho
Paris II Educational Center – Gladstone
Did we miss any Missouri esthetics institutes? Please contact us to let us know.