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The desire for esthetic services is increasing all over North America but especially in Texas. To become a professional in skin care in Texas will require time and commitment. The first step for an aspiring skin care specialist is to find a school. Enter your ZIP below to see where you can train nearby to become a licensed TX esthetician.
Once you’ve completed your training at school or college you’ll need to pass exams and get your license. Application for the esthetician specialty licensure and exams is done through the TDLR. Recently the TDLR reduced the fee for your application from $53 to $50 – an nice surprise! Once TDLR contacts you with your exam schedule you will need to pay fees for both written and practical exams as well.
Once you have successfully passed exams and received your license you are eligible for further training if you so desire. Possible areas for further study that also require a set number of hours (from 35-320 hours) to complete are eyelash extensions, hair braiding, hair weaving, and wig creation. According to Texas Cares website approximately 44% of skin care graduates are self-employed but there are plenty of opportunities at salons as well.
Take a look at what classes you will take if you do decide to study to be an esthetician.
360 Degrees Beauty Academy – Houston
Paramount Academy of Cosmetology & Esthetics – Austin
Austin Cosmetology & Permanent Cosmetics Institute – Austin
Bessemer Beauty College – 9935 Bessemer St, Houston, TX 77034 – Bessemer’s program is largely for the training of immigrant Vietnamese population.
International Business School – McKinney
Jenissa Beauty Academy – formerly located at 6406 N I H 35 # 2760, Austin, but now permanently closed.
Lubbock Cosmetology School – Lubbock
Lumberton Adult Education – 103 S LHS Dr., Lumberton
Sherman Cosmetology College – Sherman
Aveda Institute – Corpus Christi
Aveda Institute – Austin
Aveda Institute – Dallas
Aveda Institute – Shenandoah
Aveda Institute – San Antonio
Ogle School – Arlington
Ogle School – Dallas
Ogle School – Fort Worth
Ogle School – Hurst
Ogle School – North Dallas
Ogle School – San Antonio
Ogle School – Denton
Ogle School – Houston
The Salon Professional Academy – Lewisville, San Antonio
Paul Mitchell The School – San Antonio
Paul Mitchell The School – Pflugerville
Paul Mitchell The School – Carrollton
Bella Beauty College – Austin
Bella Beauty College – Corpus Christi
Bella Beauty College – Lubbock
Bella Beauty College – Waco
Texas State Board for licensing info.
Applying for an esthetics license in Texas – pdf.
More interested in other types of beauty schools? Check out our pages that list Texas schools for nail techs, barbers, cosmetologists and makeup artists.
Use the form below to find training institutes in Texas:
More listings below…
Estheticians in the US – Schools by State
Schools for Estheticians in Canada
Allgood Beauty School – Frisco
American National College – Houston, South Houston
Avenue Five Institute – Austin
B1 Careers Beauty School – Houston
Beauty School of Dallas – Garland
Champion Beauty College – Houston
Cosmetology Career Institute – Greenville
DuVall’s School of Cosmetology – Bedford
I.T.S. Academy of Beauty – Plano
Institute of Cosmetology & Esthetics – Houston
Maitrix Beauty College – Houston
Milan Institute – San Antonio, El Paso
Quest College – San Antonio
Salon Boutique Academy – Addison
Star College of Cosmetology – Tyler
Steiner Institute of Esthetics – Dallas
Texarkana Cosmetology Academy – Texarkana
Tri-State Cosmetology – El Paso
Total Transformation Institute of Cosmetology – San Marcos
Vogue College of Cosmetology – McAllen, San Antonio
Did we miss any TX esthetics schools? Please contact us to let us know.