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the practice of beautifying the face and hair and skin

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Cosmetologists work mostly in salons, although some work in spas, hotels or resorts.
There's always been a kind of conflict between barbering and cosmetologists," she said.
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Local cosmetologists and estheticians have the opportunity to use their talents to present make-up, skin, and nail care tips and also demonstrate how to disguise hair loss using wigs or scarves for small groups of women in relaxed settings.
Income earned by cosmetologists depend on many factors such as the size and location of the salon, hours worked, tipping practices, competition from other salons and the initiative of the cosmetologist.
Bureau of Labor and Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010/11 Edition, "Overall employment of barbers, cosmetologists, and other personal appearance workers is projected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations.
With the launch of a new brand campaign, Regency Beauty Institute is celebrating and inspiring cosmetologists to help raise the profession as a creative and inspiring career choice.
In her role as instructor, Bayati teaches a two-year cosmetology program that prepares students with the skills necessary to be licensed cosmetologists in the state of Virginia.
In addition to employment testing, PSI has also written licensure tests in 22 states for, among other professions, cosmetologists, electricians and court reporters.
Among Cosmetologists Chicago's salon safety procedures is a recommendation for advanced education, product knowledge and manufacturer certification.
All states require cosmetologists to be licensed, but the qualifications for a license may vary.
Awards recipients include: -- Joseph Cartagena, owner, Genacelli Salon & Spa, Chicago, IL and vice president, Cosmetologists Chicago, the association of salon professionals who own & operate America's Beauty Show; -- Mary Beth Janssen, owner, The Janssen Source, Palatine, IL, an authority on the beauty and wellness connection and author of four books; -- David Raccuglia, founder, American Crew, a men's grooming product company, Denver, CO; -- Manuel Rodriguez, international educator and competitive hairdressing trainer, Evanston, IL; -- Christine Schuster, senior vice president of education, Redken Fifth Avenue NYC/PureOlogy, New York, NY; -- Andre Walker, exclusive hairstylist to Oprah Winfrey for 24 years, Chicago, IL.
Jean Pringle of the American Cancer Society talked about the ``Look Good, Feel Better'' program and how the society has been able to train cosmetologists to serve the 32 cancer patients in boosting their self-esteem.
Every three weeks, salon managers from all across Kansas are coming in to meet with senior students hoping to fill job openings with talented and well-trained new cosmetologists.