Master Esthetician Training
Some schools offer advanced master esthetics courses and programs. Through classes, specialized esthetics topics are discussed to help prepare students to take their state-licensed board exam. Depending on your state’s licensure requirements, training can consist of 600 hours of basic esthetics training and additional 600 hours of master esthetics training to become a master esthetician.
Master Esthetics courses may vary depending on the state and school in which the student is attending. Some of the more commonly known Master Esthetician course topics are:
- Advanced esthetics sciences
- Advanced and clinical skin care
- Advanced esthetic equipment and application
- Lymphatic drainage
- Advanced esthetic massage techniques
- Esthetics lab/clinic
- And more!
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