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Fall do’s and don’ts. Trend or end?

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Everyone should know the universal hair and makeup rules of fall vs summer. Unfortunately, not everyone does. Don’t question yourself every day of fall; read our helpful do’s and don’ts and let us ease your mind!


DO: Add some lowlights to your hairshadow root

Why: Summer is all about the sun-kissed hair. Once falls rolls around and winter is in the horizon, it’s fun to add some color back into your hair.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by George Chinsee/WWD/REX Shutterstock (5074220c) Kylie Jenner Opening Ceremony show, Spring Summer 2016, New York Fashion Week, America - 13 Sep 2015Trend: We don’t mean going from platinum to pitch black but maybe add a shadow root to your look. It’s fun, easy and not too intense. It’s just the right amount of change for your fall look! Let our student stylists help you decide exactly what is the best fall look for you! Schedule an appointment today.


DON’T: Continue your spray tan membership

Why: Ladies, spray tans are a perfect way to get that bronzed glow in the summer and we are glad you are staying out of the tanning beds. BUT in the fall, the temperature drops, leaves fall and everyone’s skin get a little lighter. It’s normal. You don’t want to look like an oompa loompa that ran away from Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory.oompa loompa

Trend: Pale skin is in. Embrace your natural skin tone and lose the tanning membership. You’ll save yourself some time, money, and more than likely some laundry detergent because no more yucky orange stained clothes.


DO: Join the back to school crowd

Why: We know that education was one of the last things on your mind this summer, but it’s important. If traditional schooling wasn’t your thing, don’t give up on education all together. Here at Sand Springs/Jenks Beauty College we offer a creative route to education. Our cosmetology program offers many different options.

back to school 2Trend: Cosmetology is on the rise. The demand for cosmetology professionals is promising. Most people like to think that behind the chair is the only route to take with a degree in cosmetology but they are not right. Instructor, salon owner, makeup artists, runway stylists estheticians or a beauty product salesperson are all alternative professions you can take up with a degree in cosmetology. Call and talk to our admissions team today!


DON’T: Wear the same pastel nail colors you were wearing this summerfall nails

Why: The pastel pinks and purples were a hit this summer but it’s time to come to the dark side. When people think of fall they think Hallownailseen and Thanksgiving; those don’t really resonate with pinks and purples. Bottom line: with the leaves changing, so should your nail color.

Elle Magazine is showing us that some of the top trends this falls are darker blues and greens, even get playful with some deeper reds. You can still have fun and throw some golden sparkles in to liven up your darker colors.


Did you know that manicuring is also a part of cosmetology school? If hair, skin and nails sound like your definition of fun, then contact our admissions team today and see if cosmetology is the right path for you! Now  that you have all some do’s and don’ts of fall, DON’T wait to contact us!


What is Esthetics?

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Esthetics is a profession full of exciting opportunities and career satisfaction, but what exactly is an Esthetician and what do they do?

Learn about the field of esthetics or check out our program and see if this career path is the right one for you!

Defining Esthetics

The field of esthetics is essentially the professional study and maintenance of skin and skincare for the face and body. It includes makeup, waxing, lashes, laser treatments, and more!

At Jenks Beauty College, our esthetics course is designed to train the students in the basic manipulative skills, safety judgements, and proper work habits needed to work in the industry as an esthetician. We work diligently to prepare our students to pass the state board examination after they graduate from our course.

Plus, studying esthetics is fun, since a lot of it is focused on the basics of beauty. Learning how to give clients a beautiful glow from healthier skin gives them confidence. It’s easy to see that the field for esthetics careers is only going to grow in demand, and earning potential.

Working in the field of esthetics and skincare, the median income of Skincare Specialists in May of 2015 is  approximately $16-17 hourly, which averages as  $34,000 or more annually.

Nationwide, the median level wage is $14.42 meaning that most licensed professionals earn more per hour than the national average. This means the difference in your potential earnings.

Why Esthetics?

Being a licensed esthetician opens doors for both a stable earning potential and for continuing education; which in turn makes it possible to continue earning higher wages.

Licensed estheticians also have a bit more variety when it comes to selecting a career path.

Esthetics falls into the category of beauty and lifestyle, referring to salons and day spas. Esthetics also has a place in the medical and healthcare fields, professionals with the proper certifications can work in medical spas performing botox treatments and more aggressive skin services.

This also includes laser hair removal, micro-blading, and permanent makeup.

Jenks Beauty College provides the foundational education needed to become licensed as a basic esthetician and to continue with the education needed  to specialize in the medical wellness field.

The Jenks Difference  

Plain and simple, we are here to provide a thorough and well-rounded beauty education for those interested in pursuing a rewarding, and financially stable career.

On average the cost of attending a cosmetology or esthetics program in the United States ranges anywhere from just under $10,000 to more than $20,000.

At Jenks Beauty College, we’re interested in training skilled professionals. Our cost of attendance is significantly lower, and – depending on your financial aid eligibility – this can mean a much lower out-of-pocket cost.
Jenks Beauty College and our sister school, Sand Springs Beauty College, have provided cosmetology and esthetics education to the suburbs of Tulsa for several decades. With a board-exam pass rate of more than 90%, you can trust you will get an education that you can use to reach your goals.

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