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May 12, 2017

Beauty – A Multifaceted Career

The beauty industry offers endless career opportunities. If you have a drive to highlight a person’s inner and outer beauty, then you’ll find plenty of job choices. Each beauty school has different offerings and your area of interest will help guide you in selecting the ideal program. No matter where your beauty career takes you, the good news is you never have to be pigeonholed. For instance, a makeup artist may develop a love for skincare and find their calling later as an aesthetician.

Full Cosmetology Programs

One of the most popular forms of training for a career in beauty is an immersive cosmetology program. A full cosmetology program is likely to include courses focusing on hair care, makeup, nail care, and skin treatments. After the completion of a cosmetology program, you may choose to find a job as a stylist, manicurist, nail artist, aesthetician, makeup artist, salon manager, or salon owner. This is just a small sampling of the type of beauty careers open to you once you have cosmetology training. Graduates may also pursue careers in fashion journalism or work as distributors of beauty products.

Making Your Own Schedule

A career in beauty is perfect for the individual who doesn’t want to be stuck in a nine to five rut. The number of hours you want to dedicate to your beauty career is up to you. You can work on a full-time or part-time basis for a salon. Alternatively, you can rent out space in a salon and operate as an independent contractor. This option allows you to pick and choose the times you work.

Expanding Careers

Don’t be afraid to think outside the box when choosing your career in the beauty industry. For instance, you can work as a makeup artist during the day and moonlight as a beauty blogger. You can start out cutting hair and then move on to becoming a color or perm specialist. If you’re a skin specialist and find yourself developing an interest in all natural products, you could become an organic soap maker. Furthermore, many stylists go on to become very successful salon owners. If you’ve ever dreamt of owning your own business, a career in beauty can help make that happen.

Each beauty school is different, but you’re likely to have the option to receive training in multiple disciplines to further your career. In summary, cosmetology programs can present opportunities you never thought possible.


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