Do you dream of a future in beauty where you get paid to do what you love? You don’t have to dream it – you can live it, by getting the training to become a licensed Florida cosmetologist!
Celebrity’s Cosmetology program can help you get started. After training at Celebrity, you will be armed with 360-degree training in hair cutting, styling, and coloring, skincare and makeup techniques, nail technology, and waxing.
Celebrity’s cosmetology program consists of 1,200 clock hours and can be finished in as few as 8½ months depending on the schedule you choose.
Graduates will receive comprehensive training to prepare them to become one of Florida’s talented beauty artists creating signature styles every day.
We have two beautiful campuses in south Florida for you to choose from.
Our campus in Hialeah is centrally located just off W 49th Street. Our Hialeah staff and instructors across all programs receive rave reviews from students, who spend their training time in a clean, polished setting with eye-catching pops of cherry-red.
Our custom-built flagship Miami campus debuted in 2022 and has been called a “work of art.” Every detail of this 16,000-square-foot facility reflects both discerning taste and experience in creating a thoughtful, beautiful environment for education.
Our expert instruction focuses on all the foundational knowledge you’ll need to become a hair pro. In fact, hair-related skills comprise the biggest portion of the curriculum. You’ll learn cutting and styling techniques, as well as chemical services, such as hair coloring, bleaching, and texturing (perms, relaxers, and hair smoothing treatments).
Cosmetology offers a unique mix of opportunities for graduates. Some cosmetologists choose to specialize in a particular area, such as hair styling or makeup artistry. Others may choose to work with a specific client base, such as wedding parties or theater productions.
In addition to providing beauty services, cosmetologists may also be responsible for maintaining a clean and organized work environment, keeping track of inventory and ordering supplies, and scheduling appointments. Some cosmetologists may also be self-employed, working as independent contractors or owning their own salons.
I want to go to beauty school, but I don’t know how I’ll be able to afford it.
Interested in more opportunities to boost your career in beauty? Get dual-licensed in barbering and cosmetology with Celebrity’s “Fast Track” Barber Program.
Graduates of the Cosmetology program are eligible to participate in 450 hours of barber training and can complete the program in as little as 4 ½ months!