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          Contracted Program through the Hollywood School of Beauty



Cosmetology Careers are Growing

So much so, that the number of professional salon employees, 1.7 million, greatly outnumbers the number of lawyers across the United States. Not only is the industry growing but so are the career possibilities. A cosmetologist can easily move into any number of jobs such as Esthetician, Movie Stylist, Product Sales Representative and many more. Even better, cosmetologists can easily set up their own professional salon business out of their homes or elsewhere. And, according to The National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences (NACCAS) Job Demand in the Cosmetology Industry report, the cosmetology industry constantly needs highly trained cosmetology professionals due to the increased growth of salons. To support this, the study cited:

  • 1,682,641 professionals were employed in 370,215 salons, which included nail salons, barber shops, beauty salons, and unisex salons
  • There has been an 18.3% growth in the number of salons during the past three years
  • 65% of salons are employer-owned

At Hollywood School of Beauty you will learn the latest in styles and techniques. We not only teach students how to cut, style, and groom hair. You will learn massage techniques, nail extensions, skin care, makeup application, hair coloring, hair removal, and much more.
During your time with us, you will gain a vast knowledge on customer relations, sanitation, hair/skin/nail diseases, chemistry, anatomy, mathematical calculations, team work, along with problem solving skills.

Class Schedule/Requirements

This is an "off-campus" coarse

Hollywood School of Beauty classes run Tues-Fri 9am-4:30pm (for junior students) and Senior students are also required to attend Saturday’s from 9am-2pm.

Michigan's cosmetology program require 1500 hours by state law which takes around 11-13 months to complete. Junior students are students which have acquired 349 or less hours and senior students are between 350-1500 hours.