In 2012, Tricoci University of Beauty Culture merged with Honors Beauty College, building upon a solid reputation of nearly 20 years in the making. Today, our graduates are highly sought after by salons and spas for their high-level of skills, professionalism and attitude.
The Tricoci University Indianapolis Northeast beauty and barbering school is located in Fishers at 9725 Crosspoint Commons, just off 96th Street, just west of Interstate 69 near the Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport. We’re just a short drive from Carmel, Zionsville, Lawrence, Noblesville, Broad Ripple and other Northern Indianapolis communities.
Our Northeastern Indianapolis cosmetology, esthetician and barbering school features upscale facilities that rival high-end salons, spas, and barbershops. Combined with experienced instructors who can help you hone your talents and professional skills, Tricoci University could be your ideal place to get started in the Cosmetology, Barbering, Esthetics, Nail Technology, or Instructor Training.
Interested in taking a tour of our Indianapolis campus? You can either apply online or call us to schedule an appointment at 888.616.9051.
The most current, technically precise and versatile education available in the cosmetology training field today. Learn to become a Hairdresser, Hair Colorist, Cosmetologist, Stylist, Nail Technician, Make-up Artist, or Esthetician.
Our barber curriculum combines artistry, science and business savvy so you can learn what it takes to cut, color, groom, and style hair for men as a Professional Men’s Stylist, Master Barber, or Barbershop Owner or Manager.
Our curriculum focuses on creating a secure foundation of the scientific building blocks for skin: its function, properties, and needs. Learn to become a Facialist, Waxing Specialist, Body Treatment Specialist, Medi-Spa Esthetician, or Make-up Artist.
A robust curriculum that includes advanced sterilization, advanced nail treatment techniques, and extensive personal and business training. Learn Sanitation, Anatomy, Statute and Rules, Manicuring, Pedicuring, Chemistry, Salesmanship and State Laws.
This 3 day per week schedule allows our students to continue to “earn while they learn” to be a teacher. Learn to become a Cosmetology Instructor, Cosmetology Instructor with Experience*, or Esthetics Instructor.
In 1910, Indianapolis business woman, Madam C.J. Walker, founded the now-legendary line of hair care products and cosmetics for African-American women. The business’ former headquarters, located on Indiana Avenue, employed 3,000 women and had a hair salon, manufacturing facility, and cultural center. Her great-great-granddaughter has recently partnered with Sephora to re-release a line of hair care products.
Over the years, Indiana has produced legendary style icons that have shaped fashion trends. For example, Norman Norell’s work from the ’40s through the ’60s had earned him the name “father of American high-fashion.” In the ’60s and ’70s, Roy Halston Frowick designed for many celebrities including creating the iconic pillbox hat that Jackie Kennedy wore to the inauguration. Then, in the ’80s, Stephen Sprouse’s punk couture defined the look of Billy Idol and more.
More recently, Indianapolis hairstylist Doja Freeman used Instagram to reach out to Hollywood A-listers, and now flies to LA every few months to bring some Indiana style to the west coast.
The fashion industry in Indianapolis is strong, integrating areas of clothing, hair, makeup, and style. In April, Indianapolis Fashion Week is a chance for those in the beauty industry to attend runway shows, meet Indiana-based professionals, and connect with industry leaders and editors.
Pattern Magazine has the pulse on Indianapolis style. The magazine hosts meetups, launch parties, and trade shows throughout the year, bringing the community together to discuss photoshoots, style trends, and more.
Federal student aid programs (i.e. Title IV) are available for students who qualify. A TUBC Financial Aid Coordinator can assist students with these programs and other financial assistance options to make Tricoci University as affordable as possible. Please call 888.616.9051 for more information about financial assistance programs.
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Tricoci University student salons are a great way to experience high-level salon and spa services at very modest prices. Student salon and barbershop guests can walk-in or call in advance for an appointment to enjoy these services—an appointment is highly recommended. For appointments, please call 317.841.9400.
NOTE: Not all services are available at all times. Hours may vary by program.