Cosmetology Program
Information and Pricing are subject to change without notice
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Employment of hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists will increase by about 20 percent,
much faster than average thru 2018.  This growth will primarily come from an increasing population,
which will lead to greater demand for basic hair services. Additionally, the demand for hair coloring
and other advanced hair treatments has increased in recent years, particularly among baby boomers
and young people.

The average yearly salary for Cosmetology in this area is February 2016 $62,343 for full time. If you
are just beginning to work a new job as a Cosmetology in this area, you could earn a starting pay rate
of $51,341 annually. As is true for most jobs and careers, you can expect your hourly pay rate or
salary to increase as you gain experience and the longer you are employed with the same employer.
In Algonquin you could potentially make an average income of around $73,345 after several years on
the job with increased wages. When pursuing your career of choice, you should compare salaries of
similar professions and factor in variables such as health benefits and potential for raises and
promotions over time.

The source for this information is the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics ( and
The A.B.C. School of Cosmetology Esthetics & Nail Technology Inc  offers the State Licensing 1500 hour
Cosmetology Program..  The program includes classroom theory and practical training required by the
Students registered in the ABC  Cosmetology Program, receive instruction in Nail Technology including
acrylclic, gel and no chip enhancement classes and basic make up application classes within
Cosmetology Program at no additional cost.   For more information please call Cindy Heidemann at
(847) 337-3144 or fill out the Possible New Student Contact Form by
1.Salon Safety and Sanitation

Infections Draping for Services
Sanitation Procedures Diseases & Disorders
Tools, Gloves & Chemicals Health & Safety Regulations
Medical Emergencies & Blood Hygiene

2. Analyze & Treat Scalp, Hair, Skin & Nails

3. Cut & Style Hair

Advising Clients Styling Hair
Cutting Hair Thermal Styling & Drying
Reducing Bulk Wigs & Extensions

4. Waving & Relaxing

Client Characteristics Perming & Relaxing
Product Effects Safety & Sanitation
Selecting & Using Products

5. Hair Coloring & Lightening

Client Characteristics Coloring & Lightening
Product Effects Safety & Sanitation
Selecting & Using Products

6. Nail Services

Implements Artificial Nails
Manicures & Pedicures Safety & Sanitation

7 . Skin Services

Makeup Selecting & Using Products
Removing Unwanted Hair Safety & Sanitation
Updated on March 16, 2016