You get what
you pay for. The education here is taught by an up-to-date 25 year experienced Nail Technician that can answer any question about nail services/products.
Students here will be knowledged and prepared to work after completion. This school only accepts a limited amount of students each year to focus on each student's different learning style, strengths
and skill set to ensure their own personal success in the field with a flexible schedule to attend. This school is like no other and proud to hold one of the highest state exam pass rates in the
state. Our graduates are skilled will the ability to immediately make their investment back within a year.
- Virginia does not offer financial aid for nail education or a 1099 for costs here.
- Students must pay for their course on their own and the full cost is due up front to start a course
- Family or others helping can pay at the make a payment
page to help financially
- There is no refund for any paid costs here. Please make sure you are very serious about enrolling.
- A Student Kit is optional to purchase here or supplies can be bought by
the student elsewhere. Supplies are not provided here. A list is provided after payment. All supplies are NOT needed in the first few class days.
COST TO GET LICENSED (after course completion):
- The written exam is $92 and the practical exam is $93. Both costs are per try to pass.
- The state license fee is $105 after passing both exams, due every 2 years to stay licensed.
- No CEU's are required in Virginia
CRIMINAL BACKGROUND: State Regulation on Licensing
- Students with misdemeanors and/or felony conviction(s) must show criminal history reports to DPOR after finishing the course by purchasing their criminal history report for
$20-25. The instructor will privately help with the instructions.
- The state DPOR board will review the charges only after completing a course and passing both state exams to approve or disapprove state
- The decision to approve a student for licensure when students have convictions is based entirely on the Virginia DPOR state board, this school has no part in the decision
- The regulatory board does not make a review to decide to approve licensure until AFTER the student passes a nail course here and passes both state exams
- The board will want state police copies of your charges
- We have had students in the past with misdemeanor and felony convictions that got approval for licensure but it can take months or even over a year to finalize if approved.
An approval is worth trying for!
- All conversations about convictions are kept confidential and private between the student and the instructor so please don't be concerned about speaking about it