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Georgia has plenty of good esthetics schools. In order to become a skin care specialist in Georgia a minimum of 1000 hours of training is required as well as passing GA board exams and paying the licensing fee. Your first step is to find a good school. You can search Georgia training centers by entering your ZIP below.

Get an idea about what is included in your training on this page.

Academy of Beauty Arts – Flowery Branch

Ensynergy Southeastern School of Esthetics & Facial Spa – Tyrone

Paul Mitchell the School Esani – Alpharetta

Georgia State Board of Cosmetology

Atlanta, GA Skyline
Atlanta, GA Skyline, by Chuck Koehler [CC BY 2.0]

Info about esthetican and cosmetologist apprenticeships in GA (pdf)

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

More listings below…

Estheticians in the US – Schools by State

Schools for Estheticians in Canada

American National College – Atlanta

Atlanta Beauty Academy – Doraville

Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics – Atlanta

Dalton Institute of Esthetics – Dalton

Georgia Career Institute – Conyers

Health and Style Institute – Kennesaw

International School of Skin, Nailcare & Massage Therapy – Atlanta

Paul Mitchell The School of Atlanta Georgia – Atlanta

Rivertown School of Beauty, Barber, Skin Care & Nails – Columbus

Did we miss any Georgia schools for the study of esthetics? Please contact us to let us know.