Esthetician Schools in Idaho

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Aveda Institute – Accredited

10222 West Fairview Avenue
Boise, ID 83704

(208) 345-6164
Barbering, Cosmetology, Esthetics, Nail Technology
Aveda Institute – Accredited

837 Pole Line Road
Twin Falls, ID 83301

(208) 733-7777
Barbering, Cosmetology, Esthetics, Nail Technology, Cosmetology Teacher Training

141 East Chubbuck Road
Chubbuck, ID 83202

(208) 232-9170
Barbering, Cosmetology, Esthetics, Nail Technology, Cosmetology Teacher Training

120 Holly Street
Nampa, ID 83686

Cosmetology, Esthetics, Nail Technology, Cosmetology Teacher Training

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Academy Di Firenze – Accredited

149 West Main Street
Jerome, ID 83338

Academy of Cosmetology – Accredited

1600 East Seltice Way
Post Falls, ID 83854

Aesthetics Academy of Idaho

3157 South Bown Way
Boise, ID 83706

Austin Kade Academy – Accredited

1646 South Woodruff Avenue
Idaho Falls, ID 83404

Cosmetology School of Arts and Sciences – Accredited

529 Overland Avenue
Burley, ID 83318

Headmasters School of Hair Design – Accredited

602 Main Street
Lewiston, ID 83501

Oliver Finley Academy of Cosmetology – Accredited

6843 North Strawberry Glen Road
Boise, ID 83714

Paul Mitchell – Accredited

1270 South Vinnell Way
Boise, ID 83709

Paul Mitchell – Accredited

557 Mariah Avenue
Rexburg, ID 83440

Paul Mitchell – Accredited

113 Main Avenue East
Twin Falls, ID 83301

Premiere Aesthetics Institute – Accredited

2463 East Gala Street
Meridian, ID 83642

Vogue Beauty School – Accredited

247 Cliff Street
Idaho Falls, ID 83404

Wow-Face Facial Aesthetics Center for Education

909 South Allante Place
Boise, ID 83709
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You must attend a school that meets any licensure requirements as defined by your state. Most states require that you graduate from an accredited or state-approved school.

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How to Become a Esthetician in Idaho

Idaho Esthetician Careers At a Glance
  • 600 education hours or 1,200 apprentice hours are required to become licensed.
  • You must renew your license every year.
  • 0 continuing education hours are required to renew your license.
  • Average salary for estheticians in Idaho is $34,280 ($16.48/hour). This is higher than the national average of $34,090 ($16.39/hour).
  • There is a predicted 14% job increase between 2016-2026 for estheticians. This is higher than the expected national growth of 11%.

Estheticians in Idaho are specialists who focus on skin care, by offering skin care cleansing, services, regimens and products that make skin healthier and look younger. Estheticians typically work at salons, spas or doctors offices. Many estheticians choose to work either part-time or full-time, and there is potential for increasing income through tips and growing as an esthetician in the field.

The ability to help a person feel better is just one of the potential positive outcomes of being an esthetician. Esthetics training is a career path that, for many people, proves to be both financially and personally fulfilling - and it all starts with getting your education at one of the esthetics schools in Idaho.

State License Requirements

600 Education Hours OR 1,200 Apprentice Hours

Required to earn a esthetics license

Licensed Idaho estheticians can provide non-invasive care for face and body skin. Esthetics schools teach specific materials and techniques to treat clients with massage, cleansing, exfoliation, waxing, tinting eyebrows and eyelashes, and using equipment to provide skin care. The Idaho Board of Cosmetology - Bureau of Occupational Licenses requires estheticians to be 16 ½ years old and have at least two years of high school. Esthetics schools involve a 600-hour course of instruction. Estheticians in Idaho have the option of completing 1200 hours as an apprentice instead, learning the same topics as in school students but over a longer period of time. After completion of school or the apprenticeship, students must pass a written and a practical exam before receiving their esthetician license.

Education Details

Attend an esthetics school in Idaho to become a professional who specializes in skin care, beauty, and cosmetics. Skin care services help people look younger and help them manage skin problems and conditions.

License Renewal

1 Year

License renewal period

0 Hours

Continuing education required

Idaho requires license renewal every year by your birthday. The cost to renew your license is $50 annually. Currently, Idaho does not require cosmetology continuing education hours to renew your license, but you may want to earn CEUs anyway in order to stay on top of your field and keep your skills fresh.

Idaho Esthetics Careers


Average yearly salary for esthetics in Idaho

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the annual average salary for estheticians throughout Idaho is $34,280 before tips. Estheticians in Idaho work at salons, spas, and resorts. Some work alongside doctors, providing specialty care to people with severely damaged skin. The profession should grow by 14 percent by 2026 according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Some estheticians go on to manufacture their own cosmetics lines.

Most Idaho estheticians provide skin care services in salons and spas. Some work for department stores, assisting customers with skin care and cosmetic selection. Estheticians working in retail may advance to management positions over time. Medical estheticians work in health care offices with plastic surgeons and dermatologists. Career opportunities for medical estheticians may also be at Medical Spas. Some estheticians work from their own home-based salon. Estheticians must focus on building a client base, regardless of where they work.

Contact the Idaho State Board of Esthetics

Division of Occupational and Professional Licenses
Esthetics/Skin Care

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