Programs Offered

Esthetics / Makeup Artistry / Laser Hair Removal

Editor's Description

In the School's Words

Classes only offered in English

Our Dedication to You

We are very proud of offering the best professional environment and course curriculum to our students when preparing them for their New York State Board Exam.

The three major skin care subjects covered are

  • Facials
  • Make up applications
  • Waxing

New York State requires a student successfully passes the 600-hour Esthetic course before taking the State Board Exam.

Esthetics

The word esthetics originates from the Greek word aesthetikos, which means perceptible to the senses. The primary role of an esthetician is to enhance and correct the beauty and health of the skin.

We encourage you to review our course outline and enrollment procedures. We are available for any additional questions and to schedule a visit of our skin care facilities.

Course Goals

The Esthetics course is designed so that students who graduate are prepared to pass their State Board and to attain an entry-level job in Esthetics.Although placement assistance service is provided, the school cannot guarantee a job to any student or graduate.

Course Topics

The program is comprised of the following topics:

  • Orientation
  • Safety and Health
  • Bacteriology
  • Nutrition, Anatomy & Physiology
  • Structure & Functions of Skin
  • Superfluous Hair
  • Chemistry
  • Chemistry applied to Cosmetics
  • Electricity & Machines
  • Facial & Body Procedures
  • Make up Techniques
  • Business Practices
  • Job Skills
  • Intro to Paramedical Esthetics
  • State Board Preparation

Course Format

All units of this course are taught both in theory and practical aspects of esthetics. The teaching techniques used are lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on workshops. Classes are taught in English.

Course Requirements

Pass all written and practical exams, attend in no less than 80% of each subject (class) and hold a 70% or better grade point average.

Course Grading

Students are required to maintain a 70% or C average. Written and practical tests are given throughout the entire course. Instructors sign off clinical practice work. Theory exams will be graded numerically. Practical exams will be graded on preparation, performance, cleanliness, and end results.

Academic and Attendance progress will be measured at mid-point and 480 hours. Students who meet the minimum requirements for attendance and academic progress shall be considered to be making satisfactory progress until the next evaluation. In order for a student to be considered making satisfactory progress, the student must meet both attendance and academic minimum requirements on at least one evaluation by the midpoint of the course.

Instructional Methods

Lectures, guest speakers, videos, conferences, software training, practical (hands-on) practice, reception, and sanitation.

Programs

New York School of Esthetics & Day Spa offers the following programs.

Esthetics

Program Length 600 hours
Average Completion 5 months
Program Tuition $8,475

About This School

Accreditation or State Approval

One or more programs offered at this school is accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Accredited programs qualify graduates for applicable state licensing. In addition, accredited schools typically can offer more financial aid options, including federal financial aid. Learn more about accreditation and approval.

Admissions

To apply to this school, there is a $100 application fee.

Financial Aid

30% of students received financial aid

On average, students received $3,268 in financial aid.

Student Body

Gender Ratio

99% female, 1% male

Race / Ethnicity Ratio

21% white, 22% Hispanic / Latino, 16% African American, 3% Asian American

119 students are enrolled in this school

Contact This School

239 Central Avenue 3rd Floor, White Plains, NY 10606

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Page last updated: 01/02/2024