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Manicure Courses Details

  • Course Hours: 

    • Offering 600 Hours​ of training as mandated by the Texas Department Licensing Board, our Manicurist license program is a comprehensive training program designed to prepare students for a career in the field of nail care. The program covers a range of topics related to nail care, sanitation, and safety, and is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge needed to become a licensed professional manicurist

    • Tuition: $7,200 ($12 per hour)

    • Included  Nail supply Kit 

    • Digital learning site and book : $300

    • Permit and enrollment fee : $100

    • Payment plant accept for 6 months with 30% pay at first month

    • Attendance:​

  • Full-Time Manicurist Morning  Program ​
  • Monday – Friday 10:00am – 3:30pm
  • Full-Time Afternoon Hybrid  Program  
  • Monday - Friday 3:30pm -7:30pm , Saturday 10am -6pm
  • Completion Time

    • Completion time depends on the schedule the student chooses and attends regularly. Based on a Full-Time schedule, the normal time frame of completion would be 6 months. The Part-Time Day schedule time frame of completion would be 9 months. The Part-Time Evening Schedule time frame of completion would be 9 months.

* Attendance:

  • 10a.m - 7p.m, Monday- Saturday. Approximately 6 months to complex

  • Student can make their own schedule.

Course Overview

The manicuring program is 600 hours of total course work. During this short-term program, students will be immersed in an array of essential skills, manicuring knowledge and relevant beauty business training, including:

A manicurist course typically provides comprehensive training on the art of nail care, including nail shaping, polishing, painting, and other techniques. The course content may vary depending on the specific program and the duration of the course, but here are some general topics that are typically covered in a manicurist course:

  1. Nail anatomy and physiology: Students learn about the structure and function of nails, nail growth, and common nail disorders.

  2. Sanitation and safety: Students are taught the importance of maintaining cleanliness and safety in the salon environment, including disinfection techniques, hand washing, and sterilization.

  3. Manicure techniques: Students learn how to perform basic manicure procedures such as nail shaping, cuticle care, hand massage, and polish application.

  4. Pedicure techniques: In addition to manicures, students may also learn how to perform pedicures, which involve foot care and nail grooming.

  5. Nail art: Students may be taught various nail art techniques, such as freehand designs, decals, and embellishments.

  6. Product knowledge: Students may learn about the different types of nail products, including polishes, gels, acrylics, and other artificial nails, and how to choose and apply them.

  7. Client consultation and communication: Students are taught how to communicate effectively with clients, assess their needs, and provide appropriate recommendations.

  8. Business and marketing skills: Students may learn about the business side of running a nail salon, including marketing, customer service, and financial management.

All hour requirements must be met in each category in addition to all other licensing requirements to be eligible for the state examination. A diploma is awarded upon successful completion of the program.

Contact us today to speak with our admissions office and learn more about our cutting-edge manicurist program!

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