Esthetician Schools in Colorado
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1660 South Albion Street Suite 1026
Denver, CO 80222
2231 South Peoria Street
Aurora, CO 80014
3842 South Mason Street
Fort Collins, CO 80525
2863 35th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80634
2315 North Main Street
Longmont, CO 80501
5707 North Academy Boulevard
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
16534 Keystone Boulevard
Parker, CO 80134
5125 North Academy Boulevard
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
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- 20 education hours or 600 apprentice hours are required to become licensed.
- You must renew your license every 2 years.
- 0 continuing education hours are required to renew your license.
- The average for estheticians in Colorado is $41,340 ($19.88/hour). This is higher than the national average of $34,090 ($16.39/hour).
- There is a predicted 24% job increase between 2016 - 2026 for estheticians. This is higher than the expected national growth of 11%.
There is no faster way to change someone's appearance than to improve the health of their skin. Healthy skin can make almost anyone look happier and more beautiful. That's just one of the reasons to get started in the field of esthetics in Colorado.
With a Colorado esthetician license, you can provide personalized advice to clients, find solutions to life-long skin problems, and build a loyal client base.
State License Requirements
Required to earn a esthetics license
The process of earning an esthetics license is regulated by the Colorado Office of Barber and Cosmetology Licensure. They verify your completion of 600 training hours and allow you to schedule your licensing exams, which include a $127 testing fee. With passing scores on the practical and skills exams, you earn your esthetician's license and can get started in the field. Whether you want to work in an Ayurveda inspired spa in Boulder, or work in a plastic surgeon's office in Denver, you should have many options to choose from.
Before you can start your career in this field, you have to meet the state's rigorous training standards. To qualify for an esthetician's license in Colorado, you need at least 600 hours of education.
Required Esthetician Course Topics in Colorado
License renewal period
Continuing education required
Barber, esthetician, hairstylist and manicurist licenses expire on March 31 of even-numbered years and cost $26 to renew or $41 to reinstate if you have allowed your license to lapse. All cosmetologist licenses expire on April 30 on an annual basis. These licenses cost $32 to renew or $47 to reinstate. Currently, no continuing education hours are required to renew your cosmetology license in Colorado. However, continuing education should be considered part of the field and part of doing business as a cosmetologist.
Colorado Esthetics Careers
Average yearly salary for esthetics in Colorado
Overall, demand for estheticians is expected to increase 24% in Colorado by the year 2026 (O*Net, 2019). The average salary for a skin care specialist in Colorado is $41,340 per year (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2020).
One of the most exciting parts of working in esthetics is the fact that you can work in so many different settings. Many hair salons have staff estheticians, and spas rely on esthetics services for most of their business. In Colorado, you may find opportunities at ski resorts and other tourist sites.