In Arizona there is a high demand for estheticians in the cities like Phoenix and Tempe; that is where there are a number of schools that will teach you how to become a skin care professional.
How Long Does It Take?
To become a licensed aesthetician in Arizona there are some requirements you must meet. You need to complete a training program of at least 600 hours at a licensed school of aesthetics or cosmetology. More hours will be required to become a medical skin care specialist. You also need to have at least two years of a high school education or be 23 years of age or older. You will learn about skin physiology, sanitation and disinfections, makeup and design, treatments, and body wraps, and more.
After completing the training (and BTW you might be able to do some training online) you need to submit an Application for Examination along with a licensing fee to the state board. The Board will review your application and then you need to take a written and a practical test. They will email you instructions on how to schedule these exams.
When you go to take the test you need to have a current passport-sized picture and two forms of ID. This way the examiners know that you are taking the test and not sending someone in your place.
You need to pass both exams with a score of at least 75 percent. Once you have done so you will get a “Notice of Completion”. Once you have this official notice you will get your license for the state of Arizona and you will be ready to work in the field of skin care.
At this time you can begin your job search. To get a position with a good salary it is best to search far and wide and via as many means as you can. An online job search can begin via the state’s website.
Take a look at our summary of esthetician classes to get an idea of what you’ll be studying.
Some Esthetician Schools in Arizona
|Avalon School of Cosmetology||2111 South Alma School Road, Mesa, 85210||Tuition & Fees: $8,400|
Books & Supplies: $1,255
|Cosmetology, Makeup Artistry|
|G Skin & Beauty Institute||5080 South Gilbert Road, Chandler, 85249||Tuition & Fees: $11,860|
Books & Supplies: $475
|Cosmetology, Makeup, Nail Technology, Continuing Education|
|Maricopa Beauty College||515 West Western Avenue, Avondale, 85323||Tuition & Fees: $8,100.00||Cosmetology, Nail Technician|
|Paul Mitchell The School||3423 West Bethany Home Road, Phoenix, 85017||Tuition: $17,630.00|
Kit, Equipment, Textbook, Supplies (nonrefundable): $1,885.00
Sales Tax (nonrefundable): $162.11
Drop Fee: $100.00
|Penrose Academy Cosmetology||13402 North Scottsdale Road|
Nail Technician Hybrid,
|Pure Aesthetics - Tucson Natural Skin Care School||2850 East Speedway Boulevard, Tucson, 85716||Tuition $11,990.00|
Academy of Aesthetics Arts and Sciences – Tempe
CCIC of Cosmetology – Peoria
D’Armi Esthetics University of Scottsdale – Scottsdale
Kerisma Aesthetic & Laser Training Institute – Scottsdale
National Aesthetics Institute – Scottsdale
The Skin Institute – Prescott
Aveda Institute – Tucson
Aveda Institute – Tempe
IMAj Institute – Scottsdale
International Academy of Beauty – Tempe
Safety procedure for estheticians in AZ – pdf.
More listings below…
Estheticians in the US – Schools by State
Schools for Estheticians in Canada
All Beauty College – Fort Mohave
avalon.edu – Mesa, Phoenix
carsteninstitute.com – Tempe
gskinbeautyinstitute.edu – Chandler
maricopabeautycollege.com – Avondale
phoenix.paulmitchell.edu – Phoenix
penroseacademy.com – Scottsdale
pureaesthetics.edu – Tucson
swiha.edu – Tempe
steineresthetics.com – Phoenix, Tempe
thestudioacademyofbeauty.com – Avondale-Tolleson, Chandler, Phoenix
skinandmakeupinstitute.com – Peoria
tucsoncollegeofbeauty.com – Tucson
Did we miss a school for AZ esthetics training? Please contact us to let us know.