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Tennessee has a broad range of esthetics institutes to choose from. Enter your ZIP below to see where you can train nearby to become a licensed TN esthetician.
In order to become a skin care specialist in Tennessee a minimum of 750 hours of training is required as well as passing TN board exams and paying the licensing fee. Be sure to visit schools your interested in before you commit to a particular one.
Also take a look at our esthetician school costs page so that you know how much you’ll likely be paying.
East Tennessee School of Cosmetology – Sweetwater
International College of Arts & Beauty – Chattanooga
New Concepts School of Cosmetology – Cleveland
New Directions Hair Academy – Nashville
Principals of Success Beauty School – Hixson
The Beauty Institute – Brentwood
The Beauty Institute – Memphis
Miller-Motte Technical College – Chattanooga
Miller-Motte Technical College – Clarksville
Important information to all skin care shop applicants Tennessee.
More interested in other types of beauty schools? Check out our pages that list Tennessee schools for nail techs, barbers, cosmetologists and makeup artists.
Estheticians in the US – Schools by State
Schools for Estheticians in Canada
Austin’s Beauty College – Clarksville
Aveda Institute Nashville – Franklin
Buchanan Beauty College – Shelbyville
Carter’s Cosmetology College – Kingsport
Douglas J Aveda Institute – Knoxville
Empire Beauty Schools – Brentwood-Nashville
Franklin Academy – Cleveland
Franklin Hair Academy – Franklin
Genesis Career College – Cookeville
Georgia Career Institute – McMinnville, Murfreesboro
Image Maker Beauty Institute – Hendersonville
Jenny Lea Academy of Cosmetology – Johnson City
Miller-Motte Technical College – Madison
Nestle Beauty School – Paris
Queen City College – Clarksville
Tennessee Career Institute – Columbia
Tennessee School of Beauty – Knoxville
Did we miss any Tennessee esthiology schools? Please contact us to let us know.