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Esthetics Schools in Nebraska

Esthetics schools in Nebraska prepare students for careers in the spa and skin care industries. Programs teach students about facials, body treatments, hair removal, and cosmetic application. They also give students customer service and business skills training. Nebraska students who want to learn to enhance the skin of their clients, and to work in spa or salon settings, may want to explore attending a Nebraska esthetics school.

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Omaha, NE
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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.

The profession is expected to grow by 25 percent over the next several years, faster than most other careers nationwide. New salons and spas are opening frequently, spurring the growth of this industry.

Nebraska Esthetician License Requirements

Nebraska esthetics schools providing training for students who are 17 and have their high school diploma or a GED. The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services Cosmetology Department requires schools give at least 600 hours instruction in the skin care and esthetics skills. Schools must teach the basic skills for performing facials, hair removal, and makeup application. Salon disinfecting and hygiene procedures are a key part of the curriculum, too. Students must pass both a written and a practical exam after completing the school hours to qualify for the license.

Other procedures, including waxing, facial massage, body wraps, and skin analysis are commonly taught in Nebraska esthetics schools. Students learn about skin anatomy and skin illnesses, so they can recommend appropriate treatments to their clients. Nebraska also requires esthetics schools teach students about the laws and regulations governing the profession. Advanced classes in aromatherapy, nutrition, and medical esthetics practices can be taken for continuing education and career advancement.

Career Outlook for Nebraska Estheticians

Licensed Nebraska estheticians earn an annual average salary of $33,600 before tips according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Skincare specialists and make up artists in the state may work in spas, salons, hotels, resorts, or in department stores. They may also work with photographers or own their own spa or salon. Some estheticians work with skin care and cosmetics companies, in sales, education, administration, or development of new products.