Yo, so check it. I recently took this hair class (or lash class, makeup class, nail class - you catch my drift) that I saw on TikTok and Instagram. And now I'm sitting here wondering, what the heck can I even do with this certification?
Well, let me break it down for you, sis.
The Board of Cosmetology has a few requirements for people teaching Cosmetology courses. They wanna make sure that the education being offered meets their standards and that the educators know how to teach properly.
First and foremost, you gotta be a licensed Cosmetologist. No ifs, ands, or buts about it. And on top of that, you also gotta be a licensed Cosmetology Instructor. So if the person hosting the class meets these requirements, then you're good to go.
But here's the thing, my friend. If you wanna teach more than one student at a time, you gotta be a licensed Cosmetology school. Those are the rules set by the Board of Cosmetology.
Oh, and another thing. Only a certificate or diploma from a licensed Cosmetology school or a nationally accredited institution is gonna be recognized by the Board of Education. So don't waste your time with some random online class
you found on social media. Do your research and make sure you're investing in certified education from a legit professional.
If you're looking for some certified advanced classes, I suggest you check out Style Mobb University's Cosmetology school. They offer minor classes in their Advanced Training Academy that will definitely level up your skills.
So, next time you see a class on TikTok or Instagram, don't just jump in without knowing the facts. Make sure it's certified and recognized by the Board of Cosmetology. And if you're serious about advancing your skills, check out the courses at Style Mobb University. They got you covered, girl.
Click here to see what courses they have available. Don't waste your time on some fake certification, invest in yourself the right way.