Monday, April 19, 2010

Regency Beauty Institute

As family caregivers, there is not much in the way of work experience to fall back on when the caregiving is, eventually, at an end. If you are like me, and still young enough that you will most likely be working toward your own retirement after you are no longer providing your loved one's care, then you might be considering your options for training. Long ago, like so many young girls, I used to draw pictures of my own designs for dresses and outfits, and owned one of those doll heads that girls could apply makeup to. Then there was a friend at one time that was going off to train at a cosmetology school and helped me whenever I had to fancy my hair up or apply makeup. I guess it makes sense that I might consider getting into cosmetology, huh?

If you might be considering it with more than the passing 'maybe...' that I am, then the Regency Beauty Institute would like to invite you to take a look at their growing network of over thirty campuses in nine states. Visit their website and browse through the information they provide for their cosmetology school in Wisconsin and find out if they have a school nearer to where you live (or would like to live). With over 30 schools in nine states, chances are they have one or the other.

Regency campuses mirror upscale salons and provide students with cosmetology training that is fully accredited by the National Accrediting Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences (NACCAS). As a fully accredited cosmetology school, Regency is able to offer federal financial aid to those who qualify.

Regency Beauty Institute got its start in the 1950’s as Myndall Cain Beauty Academy, assuming the name of Regency in the 1980’s. Regency got its latest makeover in 2002.

This post sponsored by Regency Beauty Institute


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