Esthetics Schools in South Dakota

Estheticians in South Dakota provide expert skin care and anti-aging treatments to their clients. The field of esthetics may grow by 25 percent over the next several years, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. This is a higher rate than most other professions in the country. Estheticians can specialize in skin care, makeup, or working with doctors in skin treatment and repair clinics. Others might aspire to open their own spa or salon in the future. The first step for all skincare specialists is completing an approved South Dakota esthetics school program.

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Earn Your South Dakota Esthetician License

South Dakota residents who are at least 18 years old and who have a GED or high school diploma can enroll in esthetics school. The curriculum must include at least 600 classroom hours, and apprenticeships cannot replace school training. After graduation, esthetician students must take three exams. These are a national written test, a national practical exam, and a test covering South Dakota esthetics laws and rules. South Dakota lets students take board exams in either English or Vietnamese. If passing scores are attained on all three exams, the South Dakota Cosmetology Commission awards a license to practice.

South Dakota esthetics schools teach students to evaluate skin and recommend treatment products and programs. Required classes include:

– learning to give facials
– hair removal and waxing
– makeup application and removal
– eyebrow sculpting and tinting

Some esthetics students take additional classes to allow them to work with dermatologists and plastic surgeons or in burn clinics, providing specialized treatment to clients with skin damaged by injury, illness, or accidents.

Work as a South Dakota Esthetician

Licensed South Dakota estheticians work in salons, spas, hotels and resorts. They can also work marketing cosmetics and skin care products. Some open their own salons providing skin care treatments. Estheticians often practice makeup artistry for clients in salons or at photography studios. Medical estheticians teach patients with injured or damaged skin how to care for skin and to use cosmetics to camouflage problem areas.

The BLS estimates licensed estheticians nationwide earn an annual average salary of $28,640 before tips. Salaries range from $17,460 to $51,900, depending on the area of the country, expertise, and experience of the technician.  The salary range in South Dakota is estimated at $29,000 to $31,000 for available jobs in the industry.

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Esthetics Programs in South Dakota

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