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Are beauty schools accredited?


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Alexandra’s Answer

That depends on the school. Do your due diligence, not all of them are. For me the reuptation of the schools and its teachers is almost more important than the accreditation. Look and see online what the reputation of the school is and who the teachers are. In New York City I would recommend:
-MUD (Make-Up Designory)
-AOFM (Academy of Freelance Makeup)
-The Make Up Forever Academy
-Chic Studios
Be ware of any school that promised you that you will become a professional in a very short space of time. Some of these are quite pricey but its a good place to start looking and knowing that you will get great quality teaching.
Good luck!



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Michelle’s Answer

Many are but be careful and search "top cosmetology accreditation agencies" … then look at their cites to see what schools they accredit…. They usually list schools by state under the accreditation agencies website like… The National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences
Accreditation means the place teaching you went through a board and a process before they could be called a "good" school, trusted to do a good job because the accreditation board will not just put their name behind any old body.
There are some big ones right off the top of my head like … Paul Mitchell schools and AVEDA.

Good luck we need good technicians and beauticians out there today more than ever... you see all these COVID haircuts.

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Michelle’s Answer

Many are but be careful and search "top cosmetology accreditation agencies" … then look at their cites to see what schools they accredit…. They usually list schools by state under the accreditation agencies website like… The National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences
Accreditation means the place teaching you went through a board and a process before they could be called a "good" school, trusted to do a good job because the accreditation board will not just put their name behind any old body.
There are some big ones right off the top of my head like … Paul Mitchell schools and AVEDA.

Good luck we need good technicians and beauticians out there today more than ever... you see all these COVID haircuts.

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Blake’s Answer

Yes, but not all of them are accredited.

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