• Why should men get manicures?

    As a man, you understand the importance of grooming and wellness. Part of your barber training includes the necessity of keeping facial hair tidy, and as a professional chances are that you always aim to dress well and present yourself in a(Read More...)

    Written by Shelly Simpson on September 16, 2014
  • 3 suggestions for the perfect man cave

    Time spent at home unwinding after a long day of barber training should be done somewhere you can enjoy. So, maybe it's time to get to work on the perfect man cave.

    Regardless of if you live alone or with others, having a a place (Read More...)

    Written by Shelly Simpson on September 12, 2014
  • What are the benefits of networking on social media?

    Like most people, there's a good chance that you're a member of at least one (if not several) social media sites. It seems like we're always hearing phrases such as, "Did you see my Facebook post?" or "I got the recipe from Pinterest."

    The benefits of using social media are endless - from(Read More...)

    Written by Shelly Simpson on September 12, 2014
  • How do colors affect mood?

    Blue is the color of water, yellow is reminiscent of a sunshine and linked to happiness and green is a calming color that reminds many of the Earth. Some colors have very distinct and obvious moods and feeling associations, and it's not hard to see why.

    As you work toward (Read More...)

    Written by Shelly Simpson on September 9, 2014
  • Seasons Greetings from Marinello Schools of Beauty

    Marinello wishes all our students and staff the very best during the holiday season. It's a time to be thankful for the good people and opportunities in our life.  And it's also a time to be grateful for the good people and opportunities that will come our way.   An excellent way to prepare for those future opportunities is through educ(Read More...)

    Written by Robert Pedraza on December 20, 2013
  • How Can You Tell If a Cosmetology School Will Be a Good Fit?

    If you have serious dreams of launching a beauty career, then attending a beauty college is a must. However, there are a number of things that you should know before choosing a cosmetology school. First, decide what's important and what a beauty school should offer you. These things will be benefits like accredited programs and a curriculum that ad(Read More...)

    Written by Robert Pedraza on November 25, 2013
  • Are You Looking for a Career That Never Goes Out of Style?

    Are you looking for a career that never goes out of style? Can you see yourself training for a job that can't be outsourced to another country or taken over by a machine? If such a career sounds impossible, it's not! Marinello Schools of Beauty has the career solution you've been looking for. At Marinello, you can train for a beauty career in Cosme(Read More...)

    Written by Robert Pedraza on November 25, 2013
  • Guest Speaker – Marinello Schools of Beauty

    If you're a beauty industry professional, you have a world of valuable information to share with students. At Marinello, we believe in tapping into the experience and knowledge of individuals outside the classroom. Even though our instructors are talented, knowledgeable and ranked among the industry's best, we think it benefits our students to shar(Read More...)

    Written by Robert Pedraza on November 18, 2013
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  • small2 Beauty & Cosmetology School in Concord, Contra Costa County, CA


    If your goal is to become a professional cosmetologist, you may want to consider the training offered at Marinello Schools of Beauty. Our Concord campus, located in Contra Costa County, can help you prepare for a rewarding career in the beauty industry.  What makes Marinello Schools of Beauty different? For one, we have trained students to become beauty industry professionals for over 100 years. Each student has a wealth of knowledge and tradition at his or her disposal at Marinello.


    Train and Learn from Your Own Experience


    Our instructors are some of the best in the industry. What you learn in class can be applied from day one of real-life employment. Marinello’s clinics mirror many of the upscale salons and spas that you will work in as a professional. You can count on Marinello’s qualified and talented instructors to help you get the most from your program. Your training will take place in a vibrant and professional environment. Some of the clientele you work with in training may even become regular clients. The National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences (NACCAS) is an independent and autonomous accrediting commission that sets standards of Marinello’s programs.


    Consider the following benefits of attending Marinello Schools of Beauty:


    • Class schedules that fit conveniently around your lifestyle and schedule
    • An education that gives you an array of career opportunities
    • Training under the supervision of true industry professionals
    • An opportunity to train for a valued career and enter the workforce as quickly as possible


    Cosmetology, Manicuring and Specialty Workshops (Makeup Artistry) are training programs offered at our Concorde campus. Under the expert guidance of Marinello’s leading specialists, you can be trained in such areas as haircutting, hairstyling, nail beauty techniques, use of professional nail products, salon management and more. When you graduate from Marinello Schools of Beauty, you are ready to pursue an entry-level career as a professional beauty specialist.


    Our Concord campus is located at the following address.


    1849 Willow Pass Road

    Concord, CA 94520

    Telephone: 888-434-6989

    Fax: 925-685-1898



    Contact our Concord campus today to learn more about your program of interest and class start dates. Learn why students choose Marinello.  Call today at 888-434-6989.


  • small3 Beauty & Cosmetology School in Seaside, Monterey County, CA

    Are you thinking of enrolling in a cosmetology school in Monterey County? Does a promising career as a licensed cosmetologist sound appealing? Just keep in mind that being a professional stylist is not for everyone. Some people would prefer to work in an office where they can barely keep awake. On the other hand, you may relish the thought of being able to set your own work hours. You may be excited at the prospect of controlling your own income.


    If so, Marinello Schools of Beauty, our Seaside campus, offers training at one of the best cosmetology schools in Monterey County. Attending can be the first positive step you take toward building a promising career that offers a wide range of work opportunities. Just imagine working with people to help make them look and feel better about themselves–all while earning a comfortable living and doing something you love.


    Consider the following reasons for becoming a professional cosmetologist.


    Enjoy the Freedom and Respect of Being an Entrepreneur


    Becoming a licensed cosmetologist can earn you the freedom to choose when and where you work. It is also up to you to choose how long you work. Just think of all the people you may have helped look beautiful along the way: relative, friends, and family members. With a cosmetology license, you can start earning income doing what you love–making people look and feel better. You can work to build your own business and in time can enjoy the freedom and pride that many entrepreneurs experience.


    Build a Career That Allows You to Set Your Own Schedule


    As a professional cosmetologist, you may be able to set a work schedule that revolves around you–not the other way around. Some hairstylists enjoy working in the morning. Others prefer to work during noon or in the evening. Depending on your client’s needs, the beauty industry offers lots of freedom to make a living by your own terms. It is all up to you.


    Earn the Income You Deserve


    Millions of people dislike what they do for a living, even when well paid. As your own entrepreneur and business manager, you can enjoy the benefits of being paid what you feel you are worth. The more clients you serve, the more money you can expect to earn.  In 2012, top California cosmetologists earned an average salary of $17,700. During 2012, California employed 41,400 licensed cosmetologists. From 2010 to 2020, this number is expected to increase by 19 percent. *


    Our Seaside campus offers program training in: Cosmology, Esthetics (Skin Care), Manicuring, and Specialty Workshops (Makeup Artistry). You can get training in the pathology and physiology of nails and skin. Your practical training and instruction for haircutting, hairstyling coloring and texturizing can help prepare you for success. Marinello helps students prepare for their state board license exam. Enroll at Marinello Schools of Beauty today and work with gifted instructors who can help prepare you for success.


    Our Seaside Campus Location


    1760 Fremont Blvd., Suite F2

    Seaside, CA 93955

    Telephone: 888-434-6989

    Fax: 831- 394 -9413



    Contact our Seaside campus today and inquire about a program of interest and class start dates. Call today at 888-434-6989.


    *CareerOneStop is sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. October 16, 2013.


  • small4 Beauty & Cosmetology School in Reseda, LA County, CA

    There are a number of reasons to attend a beauty school in the San Fernando Valley, like Marinello Schools of Beauty in Reseda.  First, helping others to look their best can be fun and rewarding.  If you enjoy helping family and friends style their hair or put makeup on, you may want to consider the benefits of doing it as a profession. The following reasons may sound appealing to you.


    Gain the Respect and Freedom of Being an Entrepreneur


    Working as a licensed hairstylist may give you the freedom to work when and where you choose. Graduation as a cosmetologist places you in the entrepreneur category. Working in a salon allows you to build your business in the hope that one day you can experience true financial and work freedom.


    Create Your Own Work Schedule


    As a hairstylist, you may choose to work in the afternoon, morning, evening or weekends.  You may also enjoy the freedom of booking your clients after regular business hours. This may allow you to work your career around your personal life and schedule. As a licensed beauty professional, it is all up to you.


    Your Own Hard Work Can Reflect Your Income


    It is common to hear people complain that their incomes do not reflect their true worth. As a cosmetologist, the work you perform in a salon has a direct impact on your income. The more clients that you can help, the more money you can expect to make. If the thought of controlling your income sounds appealing, preparing for a career in the beauty industry could be what you need to start moving forward in life.


    Programs offered at Marinello’s Reseda campus include Cosmetology, Manicuring and Specialty Workshops. These programs help prepare students in anything from hairstyling, skin care and makeup, to successfully managing a salon. Marinello will also help you prepare to take your state board license exam.


    If you are dedicated to your own success, this could be the perfect time to contact our Reseda campus to learn more about programs and class start dates. Call today at 888-434-6989.


    Our Reseda Campus


    18442 Sherman Way

    Reseda, CA 91335

    Telephone: 888-434-6989

    Fax: 818-881-2524



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