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Spring / Summer / Winter

Manicurist, Consultant on Beauty and Personal Appearance, Beauty and Cosmetic Sales, Salon Manager or Owner.

Minnesota School of Beauty welcomes students who have a flair for style, a dedication to learning, and a passion for helping people. Our dedicated professional instructors have continued to provide the highest quality education and training to future beauty professionals.

At Minnesota School of Beauty we strive to support students through every phase of their education, graduation, and career placement. While attending our classes and working in our student salon environment, you'll discover exciting future opportunities like working for major beauty companies or becoming a salon owner. Minnesota School of Beauty trained Nail Technicians help educate their guests on proper nail care and services while making their guests look and feel great; all while building an exclusive clientele business within their own communities.

  • Provide nail services such as manicures and pedicures, as well as as artificial nail applications.

  • Develop marketing and communication skills to attract loyal salon clients and build your business through positive word of mouth—all while serving guests in school.




CURRICULUM (350 hours/3 months)

The curriculum that we use is proprietary intellectual property and information. We do not post copies of our curriculum. If needed we can share to prospective students in order to view subject matters. Our curriculum is multi-cultural (European, Asian and American educational system) and is one of the best systems in the beauty industry. Proud member of Intercoiffure of America Canada – The most prestigious organization in the global beauty industry.


Minnesota School of Beauty was voted #1 Vocational Facility South of the River.

The curriculum for students enrolled in a Manicuring/Nail Care course shall consist of no less than three hundred fifty (350) clock hours of technical instruction and practical operations covering all practices of a manicurist. Technical instruction means instruction by demonstration and classroom participation, or examination. Practical operations mean the actual performance by the student of a complete service on another person. The following is a description of the minimum required technical and practical subjects as required.

Health & Safety Considerations: shall include, but not limited to knowledge of hazardous substances and training in chemicals and health in establishments, the use of material safety data sheets, protection from hazardous-chemicals and preventing communicable disease including HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis B.

Disinfection and Sanitation & Daily Clean Up: shall include, but not limited to proper procedures to protect the health and safety of the consumer as well as the technician, proper disinfection procedures and disposal of equipment used in establishments as well as sanitary conditions of the work environment. Also includes maintaining proper service when communication with customers.

Bacteriology, Anatomy, Physiology, and Skin Analysis & Conditions: shall include, but not limited to the recognition of bacteria and the spread of communicable disease and how it is prevented in the workplace. The structures, composition and functions of the human body and their systems as well as the proper terminology used in the subject matter as well as checking for conditions, abrasions, and diseases and any contraindications for services.

Manicures and Pedicures: shall include, but not limited to techniques and procedures of water and oil manicures including hand and arm massage, complete pedicure including foot and ankle massage, the application of artificial nails including liquid, gel, and powder brush-on, nail tips wraps and repairs and nail analysis.

Additional Training/Testing Communication Skills/Client Consultation/Salon shall include, but not limited to training in the area of communication skills that includes professional ethics, salesmanship, basic tax information relating to booth renter, independent contractors, employees and employers.


To be a student at MN School of Beauty

STEP 1 - Prospective student - Set up an appointment to tour the school

STEP 2 - Prospective student - Attend a career planning session

STEP 3 - Prospective student - Submit a statement of intent or video

STEP 4 - School - Application reviewal process

STEP 5 - Prospective student - Registration

STEP 6 - Student / Parent - Complete FAFSA

STEP 7 - Student / Parent - Meet with financial advisor

STEP 8 - Welcome to your career at MNSB

Failure to attend a meeting, tardiness, or disregard for the process will affect the potential achievement of becoming a student.

Erica W.

Minnesota School of Beauty taught me a ton after graduating high school from an ALC. I was looking for a beauty school that would have enough instructors to have time with, this school was perfect. Erica W.

Emily H.

Minnesota School of Beauty was a joy to be apart of, and I highly recommend going here.  They have so many opportunities here. The staff is amazing here, and I am going to miss them all!  Emily H

Nelshmarie A.

Great courses, amazing school. Their methods for learning are really good, comfortable for every need in every person.

The material and instructions with the amazing team made it easy to take and pass all my state tests. We are like family, and we all have an amazing relationship.



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