Professionals who train to become estheticians learn about beautifying the skin through a variety of services, including facials, skin analysis, makeup artistry, pore cleansing, microdermabrasion techniques, European facial treatments, spa treatments using body polishes and wraps, aromatherapy and skin care regimens, foot reflexology, depilation and waxing, and eyebrow shaping and lash tinting.
Being an instructor can impact future beauty professionals. Instructor studies the basics of teaching with hands-on and theory skills to students in order to prepare students for a job in the field.
If you enjoy working with your hands and consider yourself a "people person," becoming a manicurist may be perfect for you! Providing one of the fastest-growing specialties in the world of cosmetology, a manicurist is a licensed nail technician who performs a number of services, including: Cleaning, trims, polishes, nail art, manicures, pedicures, acrylic, and gels.