We will follow all State and Federal regulations regarding the conditions that permit our clinic classroom to reopen to the public. If you feel sick, please do NOT come to the school. This includes both students and clients.
We will be performing temperature checks on all students and clients entering the premises. Anyone with a temperature over 100 degrees will not be permitted to enter the school. We have thoroughly disinfected our school and will continue to practice regular disinfection and proper personal hygiene. Hand sanitizer is available at the front desk for clients, and hand washing areas are available in our clinic classroom for your use.
All students and clients will be required to wear a mask while in the building. When a service requires the removal of the clients’ mask (facial, makeup, beard trimming/shaving), we ask that you still wear a mask for your appointment and remove it prior to the start of the service.
Services are by appointment only. Only the person receiving the service will be allowed in the building as we no longer have a reception area. We ask that you wait in your car until you are prompted to enter the building.
With the love of rock-n-roll and art, Brandy found her passion in hair. She graduated from University of Spa and Cosmetology Arts in 2015 and now works as a hair stylist making people feel happy and beautiful every day.
"I had five job offers three months before I even graduated."Brandy USCA graduate, 2015
Job growth in cosmetology is expected to rise at a rate of 13% between 2012 and 2022 which could lead to greater demand for hairdressers, stylists, barbers and cosmetologists over the next decade.
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