Beauty & Barber Career Training in Sacramento, CA

Federico students learn there skills from experienced industry leaders
Federico students learn their skills from experienced industry leaders

Get the Skills to Be a Beauty & Barber Professional

At Federico, we know just how important it is to truly love what you do. Our programs are designed to engage and challenge you, to bring out your natural talent, and to introduce new professional-level skills.

Each hands-on program is lead by industry professionals in a small personal setting, so you get the individual attention and up-to-date skills it takes to succeed.

Our Career Programs

  • Cosmetology

    We believe that hair design is an art. This creative approach guides students through in-depth elements of hair design and styling. Get prepared to pursue a successful career as a Cosmetologist.

  • Esthetics

    This is a dynamic skin education! Esthetics students learn to perform a wide range of spa and skincare treatments and get the skills it takes to pursue a rewarding Esthetics career.

  • Barber

    This program combines old world tradition with new school techniques. Strike a balance between contemporary trends and classic practices and get the skills to become a successful Barber.

Not sure what program is right for you?

We can help. A friendly and knowledgeable Admissions Rep would be happy to chat with you and help you explore your career goals to determine the right path.

For more information or to contact an Admissions Rep, fill out the form on this page or call 916-418-7223

Federico is family-owned and run. Not a faceless franchise. At Federico, you’re more than a number; you’re part of something. As a student, you’re surrounded by like minded individuals working toward the common goal of advancing their lives and the beauty industry itself.

Federico Advanced Education Instructor Gerard Scarpaci
Advanced Education Instructor Gerard Scarpaci (Stylist, ARROJO Educator, Co-Founder of Hairbrained.me) leads a class focused on advanced razor cutting and editorial styling, creating a look that incorporated disconnection and inside-out layering.
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