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how do i find the right cosmetology school?

Ive been thinking about what school to go to but now im not quite sure

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Hannah’s Answer

Finding the right cosmetology school is basically looking for a school that fits what you are looking for! There are different ways to become a cosmetologist, such as technical college, beauty school, and few salons allow apprenticeships. You could look up local cosmetology schools in your area, or preferred location, and set up a meeting with an advisor to help you set up classes or tour the school. The higher the school, the more you’re gonna learn and have experience in. You will also finish schooling quick at schools such as Aveda in less than a year, but it is more pricy. Technical colleges that offer cosmetology degrees usually need an associate degree (two years) with additional core classes. Hoped this helped!
Thank you comment icon Thank you, this is really helpful. EvaMarie
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quintavius’s Answer

pick the right school that best suits what you are looking for. Everyone i know or can think of always say that paul mitchell or empire beauty school is one of the best schools for that type of future. BEST OF LUCK
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Thank you comment icon I looked into empire beauty school and it seems to be a small school. Does it teach well? EvaMarie
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Brianne’s Answer

Hi, EvaMarie! This is a good question. I think it all starts with research. I would try to do a search for local cosmetology schools and see if you can set up a meeting with someone at these schools so that you can learn more about their programs and whether they would be of interest to you. They can tell you about the different programs they offer, approximately how long it takes to complete schooling, and the cost. I think you should definitely tour the school as well. When you visit, see if there are students that you can talk to so that you can get their perspective on what they like about the school, what they're studying, the time commitment, and any other questions you may have. I think this will give you good insight on whether or not the school is a good fit for you. Also, if you know anyone that has a career in this field, I would see if you could talk to them to get their perspective on the career.
Thank you comment icon Thank you soo much! EvaMarie
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