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What Beauty Program Is Right for You?

Are you looking to pursue a career that has to do with beauty, but you’re not sure which program is for you? Take this quiz to find out if cosmetology, nails, or esthetics is the right fit!

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What to Ask on Your Beauty School Tour

Thinking about taking a tour of a beauty school? Read our blog to find out how you can get ready!

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Five Ways to Keep Your Clients Coming Back!

Want to learn how you can keep your clients coming back? Click here to learn five ways!

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Quiz: What Care Does Your Hair Need This Winter?

Does winter leave your hair feeling dry and limp? Take our quiz to see what you can do to help your hair stay healthy through the winter!

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All About Makeup in Our Cosmetology Program

Do you love all things makeup but want a well-rounded knowledge of all things beauty? Find out why our cosmetology program could be perfect for you!

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VI. Free Radicals vs. Antioxidants

Essential oils are a phenomenal weapon in the fight against aging. They help work against free radicals to create younger-looking skin. What are free radicals, you ask? Click to read more!

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V. Customized Applications

Customized essential oils for salon use should be added as needed to single applications.
If you are going to use an augmented product on more than one client, you can mix a larger amount. Click here to read more!

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IV. Carrier Oils

Carrier oils, also referred to as base oils or vegetable oils, are used to dilute essential oils, and absolutes before applying to the skin. They ’carry’ the essential oil onto the skin. Different carrier oils offer different properties and the choice of carrier oil can depend on the therapeutic benefit being sought.

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III. Making Scents of Essential Oils

Essentials Oils are often described by their. Read more in this article to learn about making scents of essential oils!

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II. Essential Oils (EOs) Are Essential to Aromatherapy

Essential oils are made from flowers, herbs and tree parts, like bark, roots, resins and petals. The cells that give a plant its fragrant smell are its “essence.” When an essence is extracted from a plant, it becomes an essential oil. It takes a lot of plant material to make essential oils. More than 200 pounds of lavender flowers are used to make just 1 pound of lavender essential oil.