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BEAUTY ACADEMY IN KALISPELL

So, you think you have what it takes to be a cosmetologist, manicurist or esthetician? Great, but do you have the  first clue about what it takes to pass beauty academy? If you answered "yes" to the first and "no" to the second question, below is a full breakdown on Crevier School Cosmetology's courses of study, and the required curriculum for each one. If you have more questions, please don't hesitate to call our campus in Kalispell, MT. 

Courses of study

  • Cosmetology
  • Manicuring
  • Esthetics
  • Skincare
Beauty school student

Cosmetology School

The required curriculum for cosmetology students is as follows:
(a) 2000 hours of training, of which at least 200 hours is in theory, distributed as follows:
  (i) manicuring, 125 hours to include:
(A) manicures (including hand and arm massage and polish);
(B) pedicures (including foot, ankle, and lower leg massage, and polish);
(C) application of monomer liquid and polymer powder nail enhancements, nail tips, nail wraps, UV gels, and nail art; and
(D) the use of manicuring implements including the electric nail file.
  (ii) esthetics, 150 hours to include:
(A) skin care (including facials, cosmetics, makeup, massage, essential oils, the application and maintenance of artificial eyelashes and extensions, tinting of the eyelashes and eyebrows, and the chemical curling of the eye lashes);
(B) skin exfoliation (including manual, chemical, and mechanical exfoliation);
(C) waxing and tweezing; and
(D) electricity and light therapy.
  (iii) shampoo (including scalp treatment), hair styling (pin curls, finger waving, thermal curling, blow dry styling, 
braiding, back combing, and wet setting), 260 hours;
  (iv) chemical services (waving, relaxing (ammonium thioglycolate, sodium hydroxide methods), hair coloring, and hair 
lightening), 530 hours;
  (v) hair cutting (including the proper uses of implements, e.g., shears, razors, clippers, thinning shears), 205 hours;
  (vi) salon management, business methods, customer service, appointment book, professional ethics, and current state 
board laws and rules, 150 hours; and
  (vii) chemistry, bacteriology, sanitation, sterilization, safety, anatomy, physiology, blood spill procedure, and diseases and 
disorders of hair, scalp, skin, and nails, 80 hours.
(b) 500 hours of instruction shall be at the discretion of the school, provided that the hours are within the applicable 
curriculum.
THE FIRST 300 HRS OF TRAINING IS SPENT LEARNING THE BASICS. THE REMAINING 1700 IS SPENT ON THE CLINICAL FLOOR ADVANCING YOUR SKILLS AND FINISHING THEORY. 

Manicuring School

The required curriculum for manicuring students includes 400 hours of training, of which at least 40 hours is in theory, distributed as follows:
(a) 300 hours of training, distributed as follows:
  (i) salon management, business methods, customer service, appointment book, professional ethics, and current state 
board laws and rules, 60 hours;
  (ii) bacteriology, sanitation, sterilization, safety, anatomy, physiology, diseases and disorders of skin and nails, basic 
chemistry, nail product chemistry, and electricity, 55 hours;
  (iii) manicures (including hand and arm massage), pedicures (including foot, ankle, and lower leg massage), polish 
applications, and the proper use of manicuring implements, a minimum of 35 hours;
  (iv) use of the electric nail file, 10 hours; and
  (v) application of monomer liquid and polymer powder nail enhancements, nail tips, nail wraps, UV gels, and nail art, a 
minimum of 140 hours.
(b) 100 hours of instruction shall be at the discretion of the school provided that the hours are within the applicable 
curriculum.
Students seeking licensure in a state that requires more hours of training than Montana, may remain enrolled in school and be permitted to work on members of the public without obtaining a license.
THE FIRST 100 HRS OF TRAINING IS SPENT LEARNING THE BASICS. THE REMAINING 300 IS SPENT ON THE CLINICAL FLOOR ADVANCING YOUR SKILLS AND FINISHING THEORY.

Esthetics School

The required curriculum for esthetics students is as follows:
(a) 650 hours of training, of which at least 65 hours is in theory, distributed as follows:
  (i) bacteriology, sanitation, sterilization, safety, anatomy, physiology, blood spill procedure, diseases and disorders of the 
skin, electricity, chemistry, and light therapy, 70 hours;
  (ii) massage, skin care, makeup, (including the use of vaporizer, high frequency, massage brush, vacuum spray, galvanic 
unit, and lamps), cosmetics, facials, essential oils, the application and maintenance of artificial eyelashes and extensions, tinting of the eyelashes and eyebrows, the chemical curling of the eye lashes, and skin exfoliation (including manual, chemical, and mechanical exfoliation), 300 hours;
  (iii) waxing (face, neck, hands, and superfluous hair anywhere on the body, including tweezing), 50 hours; and
  (iv) salon management, business methods, appointment book, customer service, professional ethics, and current state 
board laws and rules, 70 hours.
(b) 160 hours of instruction shall be at the discretion of the school provided that the hours are within the applicable 
curriculum.
THE FIRST 150 HRS OF TRAINING IS SPENT LEARNING THE BASICS. THE REMAINING 500 IS SPENT ON THE CLINICAL FLOOR ADVANCING YOUR SKILLS AND FINISHING THEORY.
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