Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs

How do I get to Chesapeake School of Esthetics: Skin Care and Makeup Artistry?

  1. From Baltimore: Travel 97 South to 50 East towards Annapolis. Cross over the Severn River Bridge, stay in the right lane, be prepared to veer right and take the off ramp.
    From Washington, D.C.: Travel 50 East towards Annapolis. Cross over the Severn River Bridge, stay in the right lane, be prepared to veer right and take the off ramp.
  2. Take Exit 27 - Route 2, towards Baltimore. You will veer to the left.
  3. Now get in your right lane and travel approximately 1.0 miles.
  4. On the right side of the road you will see the sign for The Antioch Apostolic Church. Slow down and get in the extreme right lane. Take your next right onto Baltimore/Annapolis Blvd.
  5. Travel straight for approximately .02 miles. On your left you will see the signs for: Special Beginnings Birth and Woman's Center & Maryland Primary Care Physicians.
  6. We are next to the Maryland Primary Care Physicians building on the left hand side of the road in the Arnold Executive Center.
  7. Chesapeake School of Esthetics is located in Suite 105 on the ground level.

  1. From the Eastern Shore: Travel 50 West towards Annapolis.
  2. Take Exit 27 - Route 2 - towards Ritchie Hwy./Severna Park.
  3. Get in your right lane and travel approximately .07 miles.
  4. On the right side of the road you will see the sign for The Antioch Apostolic Church.
  5. Slow down and take your next right onto Baltimore/Annapolis Blvd.
  6. Travel straight for approximately .02 miles. On your left you will see the signs for: Special Beginnings Birth and Woman's Center & Maryland Primary Care Physicians.
  7. We are next to the Maryland Primary Care Physicians building on the left hand side of the road in the Arnold Executive Center.
  8. Chesapeake School of Esthetics is located in Suite 105 on the ground level.

What if I have to miss a class?

Students enrolled in the 600 Hour Skin Care and Makeup Artistry Program must attend all 600 hours of the program. Students must make up all missed class time due to absences two weeks prior to graduation. In order to graduate from the Makeup Demonstrators Program attendance is required at all 8 classes sessions. Due to the successive nature of this program, it is advised that students begin the program at a time when they can attend all 8 classes.

When do I take my state board examination for Esthetics?

Graduates of the 600 Hour Skin Care and Makeup Artistry Program are eligible to apply for The Maryland State Board of Cosmetology Esthetics Examination. Testing for this examination is held at a separate location and performed by an outside testing service. Details including testing dates, locations, and fees will be furnished to the student after all graduation requirements have been fulfilled.

When do I take my state board examination for Makeup Artistry?

The State of Maryland no longer issues a license in makeup artistry. Graduates of the Makeup Demonstrators Program will be awarded a graduating certificate which will acknowledge that the student has successfully completed all phases of the course. They will also receive a Certificate of Training which will officially verify the students training. This document can be photocopied and sent to vendors in order to receive wholesale pricing on professional tools and products. It should also be shown to potential employers.

Do you have employment and placement services?

Chesapeake School of Esthetics: Skin Care and Makeup Artistry takes placement inquires from employers in the health, beauty and fashion industries throughout the Annapolis, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. areas. The school, by regulation, is not permitted to guarantee employment or salaries, however, the school will provide a bulletin board displaying current job opportunities for the student to review and consider.

Do you offer continuing education?

Yes. Chesapeake School of Esthetics is now offering continuing education classes for licensed skin care professionals. This program is comprised of a series of five individual classes. Each class addresses a topic of great importance to the working esthetician.  Classes are purchased separately and come with instructional materials and a corresponding test.  An Advanced Esthetics diploma from Chesapeake School of Esthetics will be given to those who complete and pass the entire series of continuing education classes. Contact the school for further details.

Contact Us

Chesapeake School of Esthetics
1507 Ritchie Highway, Suite 105
Arnold, Maryland 21012

Ph: 410.757.5545

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