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So You Want To Become A Beauty Therapist?

People often see this as a glamorous job option, and do not take into account that it is actually exceptionally hard and tiring work. You can be on your feet all day and if you are not having a particularly bright and breezy day yourself it is tiring having to be outwardly sociable and friendly for your clients. It can however be a very satisfying career choice for many people so here are some things to think about if you are considering it.

How To Get Your Foot In The Door:

There are various ways to become a Beauty Therapist. If you are just starting out in your working life, you might consider an apprenticeship. These will teach you the skills that you need in order to be successful in your chosen career. For more specific information on apprenticeships visit http://www.apprenticeships.org.uk. Alternatively, find yourself a position within a spa or salon where they are happy to provide on the job training and pay towards the qualifications that you will need. On top of the more standard Diplomas in Beauty Therapy many salons are also happy to send you on more specialised training such as teeth whitening courses or epilation techniques. Another option is to send yourself on the relevant courses and then go mobile allowing you to dictate your own hours and services.

Why Would You Want To Be A Beautician?

There are a few reasons that come to mind for wanting to be a beautician. First and foremost for me I think is the fact that it makes other people feel good about themselves. Having a part in something like that leads to huge job satisfaction and you end up spending a lot of time around very happy people. Another reason for being a beautician is that it allows you to show off some of your creative skills if it is hairdressing, makeup or nails that you might specialise in. At the cutting edge of the industry there can be an element of being an artist, and creative talent is appreciated.

Brush Up on Those People Skills:

This is a career path which means that you will be spending a lot of time around other people. You can't hide away on a bad day when you are tired and feeling out of sorts. People will not appreciate it or come back as clients if you take your bad days out on them, so social skills are a real necessity here. Being friendly and a good listener go with the territory. Some people only come to see you so that they have some social time in their lives, and that 30 minutes you spend chatting to them whilst doing their nails can make a big difference to their day.

So, if you want a rewarding job where you make people smile every day, then this could be the one for you. Go and look at your options and make the world a brighter place.

 

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