The “Micro” What? We all have that friend who, seemingly every month, announces their new miracle diet. They use language like: “this new [insert trendy diet here] has absolutely changed my life in only 4 days!” This friend is constantly sharing (unsolicited) advice about the perfect diet for your body type that is guaranteed to
When considering an online education in fields like massage, cosmetology, esthetics and more it’s crucial to understand the differences between synchronous and asynchronous learning and the impact that will have on your online experience. Online learning has become increasingly popular in the past few years and with the ongoing pandemic it has become the only
The idea of distance education has been in place for centuries, dating back to the 1800s. This type of learning emerged as a painfully slow process where teachers would teach lessons or assign homework through handwritten mail that may take weeks to arrive and the student would respond in a similar manner. Although it may
During these uncertain times social distancing has become the new normal. We’ve had to adapt in every aspect of our lives from wearing masks in the grocery to taking classes online. Online classes can be utilized for beauty school, massage school, cosmetology school, esthetics school and almost any other type of training or program. Remote
We had the amazing opportunity to attend the Create and Cultivate Conference in New York during spring — yes, NY in spring! Create and Cultivate is an online platform and an offline conference where women inspire one another to turn their lives into their dream careers. We learned SO much and were so inspired by
LED light therapy is a non-invasive and pain-free treatment used to rejuvenate skin, reduce the appearance of fine lines, treat acne breakouts, and limit visibility of scarring and rosacea. Plus, it can reduce redness and inflammation of the skin. From Botox to chemical peels, there’s no shortage of ways to treat your skin these days.
Cosmetologist vs. esthetician – what’s the difference between these two beauty service providers? While these two dynamic fields share some of the same qualities and are often interrelated, there are key differences that set them apart. So, what’s the difference between cosmetology and esthetics? Before we get into that, let’s break down what a cosmetologist
Medical esthetician school gives you the necessary skills to pursue a career in esthetics. As an esthetician, you’ll work with all different types of people and skin types in a spa or medical environment. There are many different services you may offer, from facials to laser treatments to skin care tips for tricky conditions.
Result oriented skin care is customized to each client’s particular skin and any areas of concern. The goal is for each treatment to provide real results that help people feel more confident in their own skin. The opposite of result oriented skin care is a treatment that doesn’t offer any tangible benefits. Or worse, it
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