COSMETOLOGY COURSE
Our course provides 1500 hours of instruction over a period of 38 weeks.  The text of “Milady’s Standard Cosmetology” 13th Edition is furnished and used in the course of study.  In addition to an emphasis on human relations and education on legal and business matters associated with the practice of cosmetology, the following subjects are covered:

  • Hygiene and sanitation – 80 hours
  • Instruction in sanitation, sterilization, hygiene, lighting and ventilation.  General sanitation duties performed by students shall not exceed 15 minutes per day.  Students are required to maintain their stations as well as warranted and are responsible for their action, mishaps and cleaning up of spills.
  • Related Science – 120 hours
  • Physiotherapy and uses of electricity pertaining to cosmetology.  Includes the study of physiology and histology anatomy, neurology, myology and osteology.
  • Hairdressing- 1000
  • A course in cleaning hair, shampooing, haircutting, tinting, bleaching, scalp massage, brushing and conmbin, curling, permanent waving, reconditioning hair, wiggery, thermal pressing, iron curling, chemical relaxing and related skills.
  • Manicuring – 100 hours
  • A course in the construction, filing and shaping of the fingernail, loosening and removing the dead cuticle and the art of hand massage.
  • Cosmetic Therapy – 100 hours
  • A course in the skin, various kinds of facial massage, cosmetics, packs, the art of makeup, eyebrow arching and shaping, and eyebrow dying.
  • Salesmanship and Shop management – 50 Hours
  • A course of instruction in how to keep records, including a study of business law, cosmetology law, rules and regulations, retailing, the booking of appointments and related issues.
  • Shop Department – 50 hours
  • A course of instruction in interpersonal relations, courtesy, neatness, and professional attitude in meeting and dealing with the public.
  • Beginning students shall not perform floor work until they have completed 150 hours of study.


 ESTHETICS COURSE

Our course provides 600 hours of instruction over a period of 15 weeks.  The text of “Milady’s Standard Esthetics” is furnished and used in the course of study.  In addition to an emphasis on human relations and education on legal and business matters associated with the practice of Esthetics, the following subjects are covered:

  • Chemistry – 40 Hours
  • Physiology – 35 Hours
  • Bacteriology & Sanitation – 35 hours
  • Introduction of Skin Care – 45 hours
  • Skin Care- 150 hours
  • Makeup and Corrective Makeup – 50 hours
  • Eyebrow and Lashes – 40 hours
  • Hair Removal – 40 hours
  • Safety Precautions – 20 hours
  • Professional & Personality Development – 20 hours
  • Management 20 hours
  • Salesmanship – 15 hours
  • State laws and Rules & Regulations – 10 hours
  • Testing Evaluation – 15 hours
  • Instructor’s Discretion – 65 hours


NAIL TECHNITION COURSE
Our course provides 600 hours of instruction over a period of 15 weeks.  The text of “Milady’s Standard Nail Technology” is furnished and used in the course of study.  In addition to an emphasis on human relations and education on legal and business matters associated with the practice of Nail Technology, the following subjects are covered:

  • Health, Sanitation & Infection Control – 75 hours
  • Health Related Science– 75 hours
  • Manicuring & Pedicuring – 200 hours
  • Advanced Nail Technology – 200 hours
  • Career Development – 200 hours


INSTRUCTOR COURSE
The text of Milady's Master Educator is used for this course of study.  A total of 600 hours during 15 weeks in Instructor training shall consist of the following subjects and hours;

  • Preparatory Training – 50 hours
  • Class Attendance – 100 hours
  • Conducting Theory Class – 50 hours
  • Conducting Practical Cosmetology Class – 300 hours
  • Method of Keeping Student Records – 10 hours
  • Individual Training/Practice of Cosmetology – 90 hours


STATE BOARD EXAMINATION
The Arkansas Department of Health Cosmetology Section (the “Cosmetology Section”) is responsible for licensing and regulating the profession of cosmetology in the State of Arkansas. Due to the passing of legislation of Act 973 Practical Examinations will now be held at all Schools.  Hair Tech Beauty College (the “School”) will exclusively use the Arkansas Department of Health Cosmetology - Practical Examination for testing purposes.   When the student has completed the required hours of study and has maintained an 85% average in both the theory and practical aspects of study, the student may then make an application to take the state board examination.  An application is completed and signed by the student for examination. 

The examination consists of two parts, a practical examination which is held in at the School, and a written examination which the student will take at the nearest PSI testing center.

The student must pay the $65.00 fee for the practical examination.  This fee will be paid to the school

The student must also pay the $60.00 fee for the written examination.  This will be paid by the student directly to psi testing in the form of a debit/credit card online.