If you care about the long-term health and beauty of skin, you may wish to become an esthetician. At an Empire Beauty School, you’ll learn all about the latest skin care products and spa techniques.
We’ll help you move to the forefront of a field where you can help people change their lives for the better. As an esthetician, you’ll be prepared to perform:
Estheticians are seeing a growing demand for skin and spa rejuvenating services. Many of these professionals work in day spas, salons, on cruise ships or at resorts. You might even end up working with reconstructive surgeons.
Professional makeup artists create incredible designs by using complimentary colors to highlight and define the best characteristics of their client’s skin tone, face shape and other facial aspects.
What is it like to be an esthetician?
A typical day might begin with checking and planning for your scheduled appointments. You’ll meet with clients for a consultation on their particular needs including body treatments and wraps, waxing, tweezing, facials, facial massages, facial and paraffin treatments.
With each client consultation, you'll suggest tips and products to help them soothe and maintain their skin. After all, you are the professional and any good Esthetician can depend on strong client loyalty for a rewarding career.
You might end your day with record keeping for each client so you know what services you performed, any products the client purchased, histology of the client's skin, and other notes for their next visit.
As a licensed Esthetician, you might work in a salon, day spa, or even on a cruise ship. The beauty industry offers countless career options. And your possibilities are endless.
“Find a big dream and see that dream. Think about it. Tear pictures out of magazines. Find mentors who share that dream and believe in you. Surround yourself with people who bring out the best in you. Get creative and I’ll add one more ingredient: hard work. It’s so exciting what you can achieve if you’re willing to work hard at what you love to do. Then it’s pure joy.”