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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: styling, arranging, dressing, curling, waving, permanent waving, cleansing, singeing, bleaching, dyeing, tinting, coloring, or similarly treating the hair of the head of a person; cutting, clipping, or trimming the hair by the use of scissors, shears, clippers, or other appliances; arching eyebrows, or tinting eyebrows or eyelashes, or both; removing hair from the face, neck, shoulders, arms, back, torso, feet, bikini line, or legs of a person by the use of depilatories, waxing, or shaving equipment; cutting, curling, styling, fitting, measuring, or forming caps for wigs or hairpieces or both on the human head; or practicing hair weaving or hair fusing or servicing previously medically implanted hair. It also includes the practice of basic esthetics and nail technology.

 

Basic Esthetics - 600 hours

The curriculum for students enrolled in the Basic Esthetics Program consists of technical instruction and practical training covering all practices of skin care procedures done on the head, face, neck, arms, hands, legs, feet, eyebrows, or eyelashes for cosmetic purposes and not for the treatment of medical, physical, or mental ailments: cleansing, stimulating, manipulating, exercising, applying oils, antiseptics, clays, or masks, manual extraction, including a comedone extractor, depilatories, waxes, tweezing, natural nail manicures or pedicures, or callous removal by buffing or filing; limited chemical exfoliation as defined by rule; removing superfluous hair by means other than electrolysis or laser procedures; or other esthetic preparations or procedures with the use of the hands, a high-frequency or galvanic electrical apparatus, or a heat lamp for cosmetic purposes and not for the treatment of medical, physical, or mental ailments.

 

Master Esthetics - 1,200 hours

The curriculum for students enrolled in the Master Esthetics Program begins with the technical instruction and practical training covering all practices of skin care procedures done on the head, face, neck, arms, hands, legs, feet, eyebrows, or eyelashes for cosmetic purposes and not for the treatment of medical, physical, or mental ailments: cleansing, stimulating, manipulating, exercising, applying oils, antiseptics, clays, or masks, manual extraction, including a comedone extractor, depilatories, waxes, tweezing, natural nail manicures or pedicures, or callous removal by buffing or filing; limited chemical exfoliation as defined by rule; removing superfluous hair by means other than electrolysis or laser procedures; or other esthetic preparations or procedures with the use of the hands, a high-frequency or galvanic electrical apparatus, or a heat lamp for cosmetic purposes and not for the treatment of medical, physical, or mental ailments.

Students will also learn the practice of master-level esthetics" to perform any of the following when done for cosmetic purposes on the head, face, neck, torso, abdomen, back, arms, hands, legs, feet, eyebrows, or eyelashes and not for the treatment of medical, physical, or mental ailments: body wraps, hydrotherapy, chemical exfoliation, advanced pedicures, as defined by Utah Rules and Regulations; sanding, including.

 

Manicuring - 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 the trimming, cutting, cleaning, manicuring, shaping, massaging, or enhancing the appearance of the hands, feet, and nails of an individual by the use of hands, mechanical, or electrical preparation, antiseptic, lotions, or creams, including the application and removal of sculptured or artificial nails.

 

Instructor Training (Cosmetology/Barbering) - 1,000 hours

The curriculum for students enrolled in the Teacher Training Program consists of technical instruction and practical training covering all practices of classroom instruction, educator relationships, developing lesson plans, education aids, teaching skills and presentation techniques, classroom management, creating a dynamic clinic, evaluation and testing, teaching for learner achievement, 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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