Beauty Jobs

The excitement surrounding the future of this industry and its ever-increasing demand for qualified estheticians/beauty therapy specialists presents numerous opportunities for well-trained individuals enthusiastic about building a career in the beauty industry.

The spa and beauty salon business is roaring due to the aging "boomer generation" in its anxious pursuit of longevity and the desire to look fit and beautiful. It is also greatly influenced by the rapid expansion of the spa and wellness communities that are expanding over the world. Interest in spa in a multitude of ways is no longer an American beauty boom. It's a global boom with an evolution taking place all over the world.
    
The excitement surrounding the future of this industry and its ever-increasing demand for qualified estheticians/beauty therapy specialists presents numerous opportunities for well-trained individuals enthusiastic about building a career in the beauty industry.

Let's look at the most popular beauty jobs in this sphere.

Hairstylists suggest hair style according to the client's physical features or determine style from client's instructions and preferences; cut, trim, taper, curl, wave, perm and style hair; may shampoo and rinse hair; may train or supervise other hairstylists, hairstylist apprentices and helpers.

Color Technicians apply bleach, tints, dyes or rinses to color, frost or streak hair; analyze hair and scalp condition and provide basic treatment or advice on beauty care treatments for scalp and hair.

Barbers cut and trim hair according to client's instructions; shave and trim beards and moustaches; may shampoo hair and provide other hair treatment, such as waving, straightening and tinting and may also provide scalp conditioning massages. 

Estheticians provide facial and other body treatments using specialized products and techniques.

Cosmeticians advise customers on the use of make-up and other beauty products and apply make-up to customers; may specialize in applying makeup to models or other individuals for special occasions.

Electrologists remove unwanted hair permanently from client's face or body using needle only specialized electrical hair removal equipment, laser and other equipment.

Manicurists and pedicurists (nail technicians) clean, shape and polish fingernails and toenails and provide related treatments.

Scalp treatment specialists apply medicated lotions to treat scalp conditions and hair loss.

Tattoo artists apply permanent designs to customer's skin, using electric needles and chemical dyes; may also apply temporary designs to customer's skin.

Hair replacement technicians prepare and apply custom-made hair pieces to customer's scalp, weave customer's hair to hair pieces and provide scalp treatments.

Beauty therapists cover all aspects of beauty therapy, manicures, pedicures, eye lash tinting, eyebrow shaping, facials, waxing, massage, electrolysis and tanning.

Spa receptionists are responsible for managing the reception area; communicating communicate and liaising with the spa manager on a day to day basis; taking bookings; assisting with meeting the needs and answering the queries of spa clientele.

Spa managers are responsible for managing all aspects of everyday functioning of a spa/beauty salon; supervise a team of beauty therapists, as well as administrative personnel. The spa managers should have knowledge of the health and beauty industry operations.

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