We offer a complete course in Cosmetology, which is the art and science of beauty care. It involves the care of the skin, hair, scalp and nails. Students receive classes in theory, which gives them a basic scientific knowledge of various subjects such as chemistry, anatomy, physiology, hair cutting, hair styling, permanent waving, hair coloring, manicuring, facials, pin curling, roller placement, and salon management. In addition, practical classes are also given prior to clinic floor training. After successful completion of our course and passing the state board examination, several career options become open to the licensed cosmetologist, such as manager operator, or cosmetic technician, competition or platform stylist, salon owner, salon manager, or school instructor. This course is designed with the individual in mind, keeping up with the current trends in the field of Cosmetology.
Located in the charming river town of Hastings, Minnesota; Hastings Beauty School is perfectly suited to your needs. We’re close to the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, yet enjoy the unhurried, hassle-free lifestyle of a distinctive and thriving smaller community. Our experienced and respected staff is committed to your success.
Most importantly, you’ll leave us with your ticket to a beautiful career – a Minnesota (1550 hours) or Wisconsin (1800 hours) Cosmetology License. As a member of the Hastings Beauty School alumni, you’ll leave with a lot of beautiful memories too.
The Facilities and Equipment:
Our school has the professional equipment a student needs in order to complete their course in Cosmetology. Good lighting, hydraulic chairs, central air, separate working stations, student lunch room, student lockers, classroom area and dispensary.
Part time program options, call us today to discuss schedules.
Available for both Minnesota and Wisconsin programs.
We offer 40 hour refresher classes and 155 hour refresher classes. These classes are necessary for cosmetologists who are working in a salon to keep their licenses up to date – or in some cases to reactivate them.