Arizona Beauty Schools
Avondale, AZ(Empire Beauty School)
- 9945 West McDowell Road
- Avondale, AZ 85323
Chandler, AZ(Empire Beauty School)
- 2978 North Alma School Rd #1-3
- Chandler, AZ 85224
About Arizona Beauty Schools
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The great state of Arizona is known for its desert landscape and deep caverns, stark natural beauty and appealing climate with warm days, cool nights and low humidity. Arizona is home to the Grand Canyon and many beauty schools where students prepare for the career of their dreams. For example, there are eight Empire Beauty Schools in the state of Arizona. There are six Empire Beauty Schools in the state of Arizona. These Empire cosmetology schools are located in Avondale-Goodyear, Chandler, Flagstaff, Phoenix, Prescott, and Tucson. For more than 75 years, Empire Beauty Schools have educated the finest talent in the world of cosmetology. We are dedicated to helping you to achieve your dream of a rewarding and enjoyable career in cosmetology.
Beauty school students in Arizona can be licensed in any of three areas:
- Cosmetology which involves all aspects of beauty, particularly hair styling, cutting and coloring
- Esthetics which is all about skin care
- Nail technology and artistry
After graduating from a beauty school in Arizona, cosmetology professionals often work in salons and spas and many go on to manage or own their own businesses. At Arizona Empire Beauty Schools, students learn from experienced educators using state-of-the-art educational technology. Then they apply the techniques, skills and knowledge to real clients in the schools’ salons under the supervision of the educator. Until they have completed 300 hours of training, students can only be compensated for applying shampoo and cream rinse, combing hair and removing rollers and clips. After they have completed all program requirements, graduates can pursue their license with the Arizona Board of Cosmetology.
Attending beauty school in Arizona can be both fun and rewarding. There is considerable demand for beauty professionals who can meet or exceed expectations and make their clients look better than ever. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics states that you need at least two years of high school education or the equivalent to become a licensed cosmetologist, esthetician or nail technician.