Once students complete the Cosmetology program requirements, the student will continue with the Advanced Cosmetology program curriculum providing academic knowledge and technical skills in

    • Hair Extensions
    • Makeup Application
    • Eye Lash Extensions
    • Skin Care Exfoliation Techniques
    • Clipper Cuts, Fades, and Tapers
Advanced Cosmetology | Milan Institute

Employment Opportunities

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of barbers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists is projected to grow 13 percent from 2018 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations. Population growth will lead to greater demand for hair care services.

National averages may not accurately reflect workers’ earnings and employment opportunities in particular parts of the country. They may include earners and employment opportunities at all stages of their careers and not just recent graduates’ entry-level wages and opportunities.

Our admissions representatives will be happy to answer questions and schedule a tour of our facilities where you can learn more about the path to your new career.

Call 888-207-9460.

The Advanced Cosmetology program is offered at these campuses:

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In California, a student only needs to enroll in a 1,000-hour program in order to attempt the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology Licensure Exam however the student must graduate from an approved program in order to attempt the exam.

In Texas, a student may attempt the Texas Cosmetology Licensure Examinations after completing 1000 hours. The student will NOT be considered a graduate of the Cosmetology 1000-hour program or the Cosmetology – Beyond the Basics 1300-hour program unless all hours and curriculum requirements are successfully completed