The length of a cosmetology school or esthetics program depends on two factors: the state’s required hours for the program which you choose, and whether you enroll in a part-time or full-time schedule.
A full cosmetology curriculum is the most comprehensive and requires the most training hours. The State of Texas requires 1500 hours for cosmetology and 750 hours for esthetics.
Regardless of which beauty program you take, exactly how long it will take to complete the required training hours depends on your enrollment preference. The full time cosmetology program typically takes from 10 to 11 months to complete, while the part time cosmetology program takes 18 months to complete. The full time esthetics program can typically be completed in 6 months while the part time esthetics program can usually be completed in 11 months.
A typical full time cosmetology program schedule is 8:30 am to 4:30 pm for 5 days per week while the part time cosmetology program is typically form 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm four days a week as well as every other Saturday. A full time esthetics schudule is also typically from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm for 5 days per week while the part time cosmetology program is typically form 5:30 pm to 10:00 pm four days per week.
Cosmetology is defined as the study or art in cosmetics and their use. Ogle Schools Cosmetology program focuses on hair styling, skin-care, nail care and makeup. A Ogle School Cosmetology student will graduate with a thorough knowledge of all aspects of the beauty industry.
Ogle School’s Esthetics program focuses on the study of applying make-up, performing facials, massages, waxing and reflexology. Esthetics students also learn how to prescribe skin care regimens, body wraps, laser treatments, anti-aging treatments and more.
If you have the desire to educate and inspire others, the Student Instructor course may be right for you. While studying the principles of teaching both hands-on and theory skills to students, you can continue to express your creativity while you inspire and educate others in the field.
Please see the individual program pages for more details on each program or contact an Ogle School Admissions Representative for more details.