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Esthetics Schools in Massachusetts

Esthetics students in Massachusetts start as enthusiastic about beauty and skincare. They are ready to participate in a career expected to grow by 25 percent over the next several years, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Massachusetts aesthetics schools teach the science behind skincare, and skills to help clients look their best. Graduates will have a thorough knowledge of what it takes to succeed in the field by the time they are ready to apply for their license in Massachusetts.

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Woburn, MA
Esthetics/Skin Care

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Chelmsford, MA
Esthetics/Skin Care / Nail Technology
Marlborough, MA
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Nail Technology
Springfield, MA
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care
Medford, MA
Esthetics/Skin Care / Make-Up Artist Training / Massage Therapy
Everett, MA
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Barbering / Nail Technology
Woburn, MA
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Barbering / Nail Technology
Boston, MA
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Nail Technology / Massage Therapy
Andover, MA
Esthetics/Skin Care
Wilbraham, MA
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Nail Technology
Fall River, MA
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Barbering
Spa Tech Institute – Accredited
North Andover, MA
Esthetics/Skin Care / Massage Therapy
Plymouth, MA
Esthetics/Skin Care / Massage Therapy
Westborough, MA
Esthetics/Skin Care / Massage Therapy
Franklin, MA
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care
School Accreditation

You must attend a school that is approved by your state to provide training in the discipline you want to practice. Check with the school and the state board to be sure that your program of study will prepare you for any applicable state licensure.

Massachusetts Esthetician Licensing Requirements

The Massachusetts Board of Registration of Cosmetologists regulates licensing of estheticians in the Commonwealth. New graduates qualify for a Type 7 esthetician license after three months of training. Applicants complete at least 300 hours of professional training in a Massachusetts esthetics school.

After classroom training, students must pass a written and practical exam to receive their license. Classes in Massachusetts esthetician schools include:

– techniques for facials
– chemical peels
– hair removal and waxing
– makeup application
– state regulations

Massachusetts Esthetician Job Outlook

The rapidly growing field of aesthetics includes jobs for skincare specialists in day spas, salons, and cosmetics counters. Resorts and hotels offer pampering spas for guests, as well. Some estheticians get additional training to work with doctors to treat patients with skin damage from burns or illnesses. The BLS reports Massachusetts has the second-highest concentration of esthetician jobs and job sites in the nation, and the fifth highest overall employment of skincare specialists. As of May 2012, over 1800 estheticians held licenses in Massachusetts.

The annual average salary for Massachusetts estheticians is $36,170 before tips. The Boston metropolitan area pays an average salary of $37,820 and boasts the third-highest employment of estheticians among all cities in the United States. Over 1000 skincare specialists practice in Boston. Pittsfield, MA has the highest concentration of jobs and job sites for estheticians among all cities nationwide, and is the fifth highest paying metropolitan area in the country.

Pittsfield estheticians earn an annual average salary of $44,630 according to the BLS. The Worchester metropolitan area has the seventh-highest concentration of aesthetician jobs and job sites of cities ranked by the BLS. These statistics indicate Massachusetts may be a wise choice for starting a career in the beauty and skin care arts for the right candidates.