State License Requirements - Utah

Cosmetology/Barbering - 1,600 hours

The curriculum for students enrolled in the Cosmetology/Barbering Program consists of technical and practical training covering all practices of Cosmetology and Barbering, including: history of cosmetology/barbering, professional image, ethics, bacteriology, sanitation, sterilization, safety, properties of the hair and scalp, shampooing, rinsing, draping, hair cutting, barbering, razor and clipper/shaving, men’s styling/mustache beard, hair design, long hair design, permanent waving, hair coloring, chemical hair relaxing, artificial hair and extensions, manicures and pedicures, nail disorders, artificial nails, theory of massage, facials/makeup, skin and disorders, anatomy and physiology, and salon management.

 

Esthetics - 600 hours

The curriculum for students enrolled in the Esthetics Program consists of technical instruction and practical training covering all practices of skin care, including: professional image and ethics, histology and theory of the skin, bacteriology/sanitation, skin analysis/consultation, massage manipulations, facials, specialty masks, chemical exfoliation, aroma/stone therapy, back treatments, chemistry, anatomy, disease and disorders, electricity, safety/first aid, eyebrow arching/tinting, body waxing and temporary hair removal, makeup design, manicures and pedicures, product knowledge, salon management, and state laws and rules.

 

MASTER ESTHETICS - 1,200 HOURS

The curriculum for students enrolled in the Master Esthetics Program consists of technical instruction and practical training covering basic and advanced aspects of skin care, including: professional image and ethics, histology and theory of the skin, bacteriology/sanitation, skin analysis/consultation, massage manipulations, facials, specialty masks, chemical exfoliation, aroma/stone therapy, back treatments, chemistry, anatomy, disease and disorders, electricity, safety/first aid/CPR, eyebrow arching/tinting, body waxing and temporary hair removal, makeup design, manicures and pedicures, advanced anatomy and physiology of the skin, advanced exfoliation techniques, chemical acid Peeling, microdermabrasion, spa body treatments, advanced cosmetic chemistry, advanced spa techniques, manual lymphatic drainage massage manipulations, product knowledge, salon management, and state laws and rules.

 

NAIL TECHNOLOGY - 300 HOURS

The curriculum for students enrolled in the Nail Technology Program consists of technical and practical training in the practice of nail technology, including manicures, pedicures, nail art/polish, sanitation procedures, anatomy and physiology of the nail, diseases of the nail, and the application and removal of sculptured or artificial nails.

 

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING (COSMETOLOGY/BARBERING) - 1,000 HOURS

The curriculum for students enrolled in the Instructor Training Program consists of technical instruction and practical training covering all practices of classroom instruction, including educational judgments, developing lesson plans, education aids, teaching methodology, presentation techniques, classroom management, supervising clinic operation, evaluation and testing, academic advisement, and licensure and employment requirements.

"Thanks to everything I learned at Marinello, I was working in a salon one week after graduation."

- Samatha Derren.
Marinello Hemet Campus

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