This is an intense, and accelerated, 100-hour program, designed to prepare licensed Cosmetologists to take the Esthetician State Board Exam. This program will not only effectively and efficiently prepare you to pass the Skin Care licensing exam, but will also introduce you to advanced skin care training like eyelash perms and glycolic facials.

What does the curriculum for the Cosmetology Brush Up course cover?

The curriculum for students enrolled in cosmetology brush up is based on 400 clock hours. The vocational course is designed to prepare the student who has previously taken the Cosmetology Exam and failed or who has let their license lapse for the Cosmetology Exam given by the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology

What is the tuition policy and fees policy?

All tuition’s and fees are payable in advance. Payment may be made monthly. The schedule is determined by dividing the tuition by length of the course. Cosmetology is 40 weeks and payments are made in advance each month.


(Cosmetology Brush Up Course):

Tuition $3,900.00  |  Refundable *Change of Status: $25.00
Supplies $1,650.00  |  Not Refundable **Transfer Fee: $250.00
Registration Fee $250.00  |  Not Refundable ***Smock: $27.00
Text Book $410.00  |  Not Refundable *Applies if your contract must be redone

Total Contract Price: $6,210.00
(Total Charges For The Current Period of Instruction)
**  Applies to transfer students.  ***Applies if you buy a smock from the school. STRF Fee $2.50 Not Refundable

Does The School Offer Job Placement Assistance?

Job placement assistance is provided to students and graduates at no additional charge. Graduates are also entitled to continued advice, and assistance that is offered by the school staff as they enter the professional world of cosmetology. The students are advised that the law prohibits us from guaranteeing placement as an inducement to enter the college.

Career Opportunities

Once a student has successfully completed the course(s) and taken the exam given by the Board of Barbering Cosmetology there are other career opportunities. These may include working for product manufactures as educators, platform artists, make-up artists, and manicuring representatives. Additional information about these opportunities can be obtained by contacting the school.
A Growing Industry
Even during the recent recession, when 92,000 businesses failed, the cosmetology industry held steadfast, says the American Association of Cosmetology Schools. In fact, salons and spas that were non-employee based increased by 72 percent from 1999 to 2009, with a 116 percent increase in sales, according to AACS. Salons that hired employees saw an 11 percent increase, with sales jumping 47 percent in the same time period, says AACS.
Why should I consider the Cosmetology Brush Up Course?
Cosmetology refresher courses enable professional beauticians to return to school to reacquaint themselves with the basics, master new skills and enhance their technique. Licensed professionals in the fields of esthetics, hair care, nail care and makeup should regularly hone their skills with these courses, because cosmetology methods and styles evolve over time. These courses are ideal for cosmetology technicians, and are particularly helpful for technicians who have to update their licenses.