The job growth rate in the beauty field is expected to increase by 19% from 2020 to 2030, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The summer months can be especially rough on your hair. Being outdoors in direct sunlight and high temperatures expose hair to excessive heat, water, dust, dirt, or oils.
The beauty field is driven by change. For cosmetologists, estheticians, barbers, and manicurists, continuing education (CE) can make a significant difference in your opportunities and the trajectory of your career.
The American Beauty Academy student spotlight for June 2021 is Lillian, she is a full time student who is available for bookings Tuesday-Saturday from 9am-5pm.
The American Beauty Academy instructor spotlight for May 2021 is Ashley, one of our amazing instructors.
Do you have a love of all things hair, makeup, nails, and/or skincare? If so, take our handy quiz below and see if beauty college is a good fit for you!
The American Beauty Academy instructor spotlight for May 2021 is Daniella, one of our amazing cosmetology instructors.
Getting an education in your desired career field qualifies you for exciting jobs and puts you in an environment where those opportunities can be expected to present themselves.
The best accredited cosmetology schools tend to have certain characteristics in common. Below is a list of some of the key qualities to look for in a top beauty school, to help you choose the best cosmetology program in your area. Being prepared with this information can help make it much easier to identify the schools in your area that offer the highest levels of quality of cosmetology training and student support in their educational environments.
Cosmetology school paves the path for those wanting to work in hair, skin, and nails. In each state, there are different requirements for getting into cosmetology school. Read more to learn what they are in the state of Utah!