The Beauty Industry is a Melting Pot For Cultures & Genders

Cultural Beauty Evolution & Education

The beauty industry is a melting pot of cultures and genders, and multi-cultural beauty training is the new norm. You’ll find all kinds of surprises in our innovative & modern beauty school in Miami Beach.

If you’re ready to seize an opportunity in the beauty industry, then let’s take a look at the options available to you. From the new and vast opportunities out there in the beauty industry, to the training we offer, you’ll love the diversity and welcoming attitudes of everyone at Elevate Salon Institute in Miami Beach.

Looking for Specialized Gender or Cultural Hair Training at Elevate Salon Institute?

As you explore what you can do with your training, you’ll find more and more of our graduates are becoming salon owners, beauty educators and specializing in ethnic hair salons, product development / sales and spas and going on to work in Hollywood . There have always been men in the beauty industry,  but if you’re looking into this ever changing industry world from a male perspective, there’s a rise in men’s cosmetics,  L‘Oreal platform artists, boy beauty influencers, and male owned beauty schools. The only limit for a future is your imagination.

Benefits of a Career in Beauty

One of the biggest benefits of a career in beauty is that it’s more revolutionary than ever. Now is the time to get in because this is an industry and what we’re calling a beauty revolution!

 If you can envision the path you want to take, our beauty school can give you the tools to get there.

Paving the Way

Let us know you’re interested in multi-cultural beauty training and we’ll show you how it is incorporated into our curriculum. Our creative tribe is extremely interested in your creative vibe so please, Come and tour our campus and ask us about the variety in our training. Our academy can help you find a career you love.

Multicultural Beauty Training: The New Norm

BEAUTY ACROSS ALL CULTURES

Who wouldn’t love a chance to work at Gina Norris’s salon in the movie Beauty Shop? The 2005 Queen Latifah film created a world where women (and some men) spoke frankly about issues of love and sex, race and gender, and everything in-between. It was a place where a black salon owner would style the hair of a white woman, and where a white stylist could demonstrate her skills at caring for multicultural, textured hair.

Beauty schools are close to making that dream a reality. In the past, many teachers and students noted a “racial divide” in the beauty and haircare industry, and there have always been specialized beauty schools that train only in ethnic hair.

But beauty schools and their students don’t want that anymore. They want to learn the skills and techniques that will help anyone who sits in their chair feel more beautiful and confident.

The State Determines Training

One of the problems is that state licensing exams don’t often include many questions about the care of ethnic hair. Kari Williams, a member of the California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology, said, “most beauty schools focus on salon safety and sanitation, and the use of heat styling tools and chemicals for straightening, coloring, perming and relaxing.”

But that’s only because state licensing exams focus on those issues. As a result, beauty schools of the past have had to focus most of their training on such content, with little time left over for more specialized training.

But there’s good news: As greater appreciation for beauty across all cultures is growing, more students want to learn as much as they can about how to care for everyone’s hair. Students have asked for more training, and schools have responded. One way that schools have responded is to make sure that they provide students with mannequins with a variety of hair textures.

A New Appreciation for Beauty Across All Cultures

Today, more and more beauty schools are demonstrating a new interest in training all students in the care of many kinds of hair and skin, and a new commitment to appreciating beauty across all cultures. Our Institute has always been sensitive to the need for multicultural and diversity when it comes to our educational planning, product lines and hands-on experience for our guests and students.

Multicultural beauty training means that today’s hairstyling, cosmetology, esthetics students will be on the cutting edge of a new appreciation for the beauty of all people.

Multicultural Beauty School