What Jobs Can a Licensed Esthetician Have?
Posted Jan 04, 2017
Do you know the difference between a cosmetologist and an esthetician? If not, you might want to check out our blog post on the topic. If you do, you know that a licensed cosmetologist and a licensed esthetician have different skill sets. So where can the skills of a licensed esthetician land you career-wise?
High-End Spa Employee
High-end spas are the cream of the crop when it comes to beauty services. Many clients are willing to pay whatever it takes to get the most relaxing and beneficial spa treatments. A well-qualified, licensed esthetician could work in almost any position they want in a high-end spa. Jobs such as a waxing specialist, microdermabrasion specialist, massage therapist, aromatherapy specialist, and more may be available in high-end salons!
Freelance Makeup Artist
If you move with the wind and are always looking for a new adventure, a freelancing position could give you the opportunity to be flexible and practice your craft at the same time! Freelance makeup artists may do work for a bridal shoot, wedding, film, or a variety of other jobs. Freelance makeup artists have the ability to set their own schedules.
You can run your own business as a spa owner! Are you a high-powered leader? This career might just be your calling. Spa owners can be a leader to employees, a front-runner in trends, and a mentor to rising stars in the industry. Are you up to the challenge?
Product salespeople often have the chance to travel around to various places showing off their product skills and knowledge. If you’re passionate about your favorite cosmetics, products, or other tools, a product sales position might be the right places for you!