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There are plenty of good schools to train in esthetics in Michigan. In order to become a skin care specialist in Michigan a minimum of 400 hours of training is required as well as passing MI board exams and paying the licensing fee. Enter your ZIP below to see where you can train nearby to become a licensed MI esthetician.


Look at our page about laser schools to see if you’d like to learn how to give laser treatments to clients as well.

Adrian Beauty Academy – Adrian

Beauty-Tech College – Adrian

BeautyStars Cosmetology College – Grandville

Booker Institute-Cosmetology – Hudsonville

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Detroit, MI skyline by Crisco 1492 [CC-SA 4.0]

Cosmetology University – Auburn

Sally Esser Beauty School – Dearborn Heights

Transitions School – Flint

Douglas J Aveda Institute – East Lansing

Douglas J Aveda Institute – Royal Oak

Michigan College of Beauty – Monroe

Michigan State Board

About the Michigan esthetics exam – pdf.

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

More listings below…

Estheticians in the US – Schools by State

Schools for Estheticians in Canada

 


 
 
Brighton Institute of Cosmetology – Brighton

David Pressley School-Cosmetology – Royal Oak

French Academy of Cosmetology – Spring Lake

Gallery College of Beauty – Clinton Township

Marketti Academy of Cosmetology – Waterford

Michigan College of Beauty – Troy

Michigan College of Beauty – Waterford

Douglas J Aveda Institute

NUVO College of Cosmetology – Norton Shores

Did we miss any Michigan schools for esthetics? Please contact us to let us know.