Nail Technician Schools in Kansas

Kansas Beauty and Cosmetology Schools

Train at Nail Schools in Kansas

While attending nail technician schools in Kansas, students will gain the skills necessary to be a part of the beauty industry helping customers become healthier and and feel good about themselves. Students can master airbrushing, sculpting, and other innovative techniques that the client desires.

Kansas Nail Training Requirements

Kansas nail tech students must have their high school diploma or GED completed prior to entering the program. They then complete either 350 hours at an approved manicurist school or 1500 hours of apprenticeship working with a licensed manicurist. Once the school or apprenticeship hours are completed, students take a written exam and then the practical exam. Both the school programs and apprenticeships must prepare nail techs to care for natural and artificial nails, and be proficient in the tools of the trade.

KS Nail Technician Salary & Job Opportunities

In Kansas, licensed nail techs work in nail salons, spas, beauty salons, hotels and in department stores. Home nail salons are legal, as are mobile salons. Traveling salons are restricted to providing less than 49% of the nail tech's services each week. Nail techs in Kansas earn a statewide annual average salary of $24,080 before tips according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Manicurists in the city of Wichita can earn an average annual salary of approximately $30,650.

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