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Tennessee Manicurist, Nail Specialist Degrees

Manicurist, Nail Specialist Degrees: Tennessee Career Colleges

Career College: Tennessee Manicurist, Nail Specialist Programs

Looking for accredited career colleges, technical schools, and universities in Tennessee offering Manicurist, Nail Specialist degrees. Becoming a manicurist can require schooling, an exam, and licensing. Learn what schooling involves and read about potential career opportunities.

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Tennessee Career Colleges: Manicurist, Nail Specialist Degrees

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Manicurist/Pedicurist, Hairstylist/Hairdresser, and Shampooer are job titles that all fall under the umbrella of cosmetology although licensing and training requirements are different for each. Manicurists and pedicurists, called nail technicians in some States, work exclusively on nails and provide manicures, pedicures, coloring, and nail extensions to clients.

Spa manicuring and pedicuring is the newest procedure desired in spas. At this time there is less need for sculptured nails than there are salons that want manicurists for spas. In a spa environment there is normally aroma therapy, hand and arm massage, shorter more natural looking nails, etc. Just a basic trend for people moving away from sculptured nails in general. Currently nail salons outnumber by far spa salons.


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