McLean, Virginia - December 2, 2022 - The Marcella Ellis School of Cosmetic Arts continues its upward trajectory in providing an advanced specialty education in cosmetic arts. The school is sought after for an education in becoming a professional wig maker, braider, weaving, and extension technician. In a matter of days, students will gain the skill of a lifetime, which will help them recover their investment and provide them with a long fruitful career.
The Marcella Ellis School of Cosmetic Arts is changing lives every day. Some students are happy to learn these skills for personal use and/or to land a great well-paying job. Others want to plan for their entrepreneurial launch into the beauty sector. This Black-Owned Cosmetic Arts School is the only such nationwide training school with over 125 satellite locations in 50 states.
The Marcella Ellis School of Cosmetic Arts features:
- Licensed Certified Professional Instructors.
- Hands-on In-Person Training.
- Practical and written skills, diagrams, troubleshooting, learning charts for each technique.
- Tools and Supplies
- Supplier Education
- Professional level training.
Most popular classes:
- Hair Extension 4-Week Certification Program
- Hair Weavers 4-Week Certification Program
- Wig Makers 4-Week Certification Program
- Braiders 4-Week Certification Program
During a recent interview, Marcella made these comments, “Our mission is very clear and that is to train and empower hair stylists with the financial ability to increase their revenue.” Marcella Ellis Pro programs appeal to licensed cosmetologists, as well as a diverse demographic of new incoming cosmetology students who want to learn specific skills.
She goes on to say, “The hair extension business is a $10-billion-dollar industry, in fact, hair extension experts are the highest-paid specialists within the cosmetology industry. Stylists know and understand increasing their skill level means drastically increasing their income. Our mission is to reach these stylists and provide them with an educational service that will stimulate economic growth within the cosmetology industry.”
SalonCentric and Marcella Ellis School of Cosmetic Arts, a black-owned institution that has been in the business for over two decades, raises the bar for educational training in the hair and beauty products segment nationwide.
Marcella Ellis School recently announced a collaboration with SalonCentric, a premiere distributor of salon professional products. This brings Marcella Ellis Pro advanced training in braiding, hair extensions, hair weaving, and wig-making techniques, four very popular programs to SalonCentric locations nationwide.
As part of the L’Oréal family – and as a modern-day distributor – SalonCentric is deeply committed to sustainability and environmental stewardship, both in the way they distribute/market their products and in guiding/supporting salons and stylists in their environmental commitments.
Student Testimonials always tell the story. This is what Danae Jones had to say, "Marcella was my teacher 10 years ago, I learned micro linking and fusions. I have made thousands of dollars providing extensions to my clients. Thank you Marcella!"
Karen Williams said this, “I have really increased my skill level by attending Marcella Ellis School, and to this day I have made more money servicing my customers who want weaves."
For complete information, visit: https://schoolofcosmeticarts.com/
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