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How Many Product Lines Do You Work With At Esthetician School?

At Avenue Five Institute, our Esthetician school program is specially designed to offer extensive hands-on experience. As a student, it’s important to obtain relevant experience to excel in your field. Part of that experience comes from working on different people and skin types, while experimenting with various product lines. While other schools rely on one line

Why Estheticians are in Demand RIGHT Now

There’s no denying that beauty has become one of today’s top industries. During the 1980s there was major resistance from doctors, who, like much of the public were misinformed about the benefits of esthetics.  Today however, we are seeing big changes as medical spas are one of the most profitable locations for estheticians. It’s the

How to Become an Esthetician in Texas

An esthetician is a skin care specialist who focuses on applying a variety of cosmetic and cleansing solutions in order to make people look their best. Estheticians find employment in a variety of work environments, including medical offices, salons, spas and other businesses that focus on cosmetic skin issues. The United States Bureau of Labor

A Day in the Life of an Esthetician

Day-to-Day Esthetics Estheticians work with individuals to determine the health of their skin and the most appropriate treatment according to their needs. Sometimes, all people need is a brief beauty treatment while other cases involve the need to go further with the treatment. Sometimes, clients simply require a quick facial or facial massage using peels,

The Sense of Satisfaction Estheticians Feel

One of the most underrated aspects of happiness at the workplace has nothing to do with pay. Job satisfaction cannot be measured, counted or deposited into a bank. However, despite the fact that happiness can’t be accurately expressed by a number, it provides a kind of currency that adds to the overall compensation that you

Can't Afford Esthetician School? Wrong! Use These Scholarships and Grants

If you’re interested in going into the skin care field, but don’t think you can pay for your entire education, why not consider esthetician school scholarships? Unlike student loans, this is essentially “free money” that doesn’t have to be paid back. What could be better than that? One of the best things about scholarships is that you’re