A cosmetologist is a person trained to care for people's hair, skin and nails. A cosmetologist, sometimes called a beautician, is a professional that can specialize in a specific aesthetic field, such as hairstyling, nai... More »

A cosmetologist serves as a professional that provides beauty services, such as applying make up, performing facials, and offering scalp treatments. Cosmetologists may also specialize in cleaning and treating wigs. More »

A qualified cosmetologist is required to attend licensed barber or cosmetology classes. Some states recommend that these beauty experts have a high school diploma or GED certificate, with full-time training that lasts no... More »

A medical dermatologist diagnoses and treats patients with disorders of the skin, hair, nails, mouth and external genitalia. Dermatologists have special training in the diagnosis and surgical treatment of infectious, deg... More »

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A dermatologist studies and treats diseases of the skin, hair and nails. Some dermatologists specialize in nail pathology, which is the science of the causes and effects of nail diseases. More »

To transfer an active cosmetology license to another state, the licensed cosmetologist must contact the state board of cosmetology of the state in which they wish to work. According to Colleges and Degrees, all states ha... More »

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of 2014 the average salary for a cosmetologist is $27,530 per year or $13 an hour. The exact salary depends on whether the person works for a private company or a larger or... More »

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