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Beauty School
Jupiter Beauty Academy

(44 reviews)

95 Freeport St, Boston, MA 02122
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About Jupiter Beauty Academy

Do you love learning about all the latest beauty trends and makeup brands? Are your friends constantly coming to you for advice about a new look? If so, it might be time for you to get your cosmetology license by enrolling in Jupiter Beauty Academy in Boston, MA.

Accredited by both the American Association of Cosmetology Schools and the National Accrediting Commission of Career Arts and Sciences, Jupiter Beauty Academy can teach you everything you need to know to become a fully qualified beautician. The academy's aesthetics course focuses on skin care and makeup while their nail technology course helps future manicurists and pedicurists learn how to care for nails, hands, and feet. Their in-depth cosmetology course offers both of the classes mentioned above as well as courses on hair salon services like cutting, coloring, highlighting, and more.

If you don’t want to join the academy but are looking for professional and affordable beauty care, head to Jupiter. The cosmetology school has a salon and spa that's supervised by their teaching beauticians and run by their students. At the salon, you can get amazing hair makeovers, gorgeous nail treatments, rejuvenating facials, and expertly done waxes that will make you look and feel incredible. Why pay more at another salon when you can get the same care for half the price?

If you are looking into a career in cosmetology or would like to look fabulous for less, call the Jupiter Beauty Academy today at 617-288-1811 or email them at info@jupiterbeautyacademy.com. You can also visit their website for more information on their courses and spa treatments.

Reviews

Facebook
4.8

(25 reviews)

Google My Business
4.3

(16 reviews)

Yelp
5.0

(3 reviews)

"Recent Graduate of the Nail Tech 100 Course (Fall 2020) I had a wonderful experience attending JBA. It was definitely worth the money spent. Before attending, shopped other nail schools whom were 3-5x higher than JBA’s tuition and I am 100% glad I went with JBA. They have excellent communication via email and on the phone. The office responds very swiftly. (Another nail school called me back after completing my course at JBA, that’s how long they assumed I would’ve waited for a call back 😳) The online course was understandable and swift. Ms. LuAnne was very sweet and professional. She was clear with the information that was being taught from the Milady books. Her annunciation of the vocabulary terms still amazes me as they are all tongue twisters for me. The in-class lessons were the best part. Mr. David was my super nice instructor and secretly is a comedian. He was always available to show you how his way of trying a method. He was always there when we called for help. He has 15 eyes so will catch you as soon as you miss a step (or try to skip one, lol) He was a great coach and I am super thankful to have had the opportunity to learn from him. At the end, I completed my course within the 30 days and PASSED my state exam. PROSPECTIVE STUDENT RECOMMENDATIONS: • DOUBLE CHECK - don’t be afraid to ask. A lot of miscommunication happened between online and in-class transition but as long as you ask the office or Instructor David you should be fine • KEEP TRACK of yourself and your hours - No one will chase you as you reach certain benchmarks so be sure to keep your own tally as well and frequently have it checked in case of errors. TAKE ACCOUNTABILITY for yourself. • PRIORITIZE - Don’t get Lazy and Skip Days; you will only delay yourself and can risk of being charged for not completing before your expected graduation date"... more
- K Andrea Nails [Google My Business, December 1, 2020]
"Recent Graduate of the Nail Tech 100 Course (Fall 2020) I had a wonderful experience attending JBA. The online course was understandable and swift. The in-class lessons were the best. Mr. David was super nice and discreetly a comedian. He was always available to show you how his way of trying a method. He has 15 eyes so will catch you as soon as you miss a step. He was a great coach and super thankful to have had the opportunity to learn from him. At the end, I completed my course within the 30 days and PASSED my state exam. Only recommendations I will give to future students: • DOUBLE CHECK - don’t be afraid to ask. A lot of miscommunication happened between online and in-class transition but as long as you ask the office or Instructor David you should be fine • KEEP TRACK of yourself and your hours - No one will chase you as you reach certain benchmarks so be sure to keep your own tally as well and frequently have it checked in case of errors • PRIORITIZE - Don’t get Lazy and Skip Days; you will only delay yourself and can risk of being charged for not completing before your expected graduation date"... more
- K Andrea Garcia [Facebook, December 1, 2020]