October 22, 2014

Beauty industry jobs you didn’t think of

Are you looking to start your career off with a pow and try something completely different than working in a salon? Here are just a few of the many “different” jobs you might find in the beauty industry.

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If you love to use your creativity to create dramatic makeup looks, maybe drama is just what you should be doing! California is number one in the country for the number of makeup artists it employs, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Could you imagine working behind the scenes in television, movies and theatre? That’s just what makeup artists do as they transform actors into characters for shows and commercials. If you’d like to know how to become a professional makeup artist, it all starts with training in cosmetology. But makeup artist isn’t the only job you could find with a license in cosmetology.

When you think of a hair salon do you still envision clients getting their hair washed, cut and colored? Well then you don’t know dry bar! Dry bar stylists offer blow outs at stop-in hair salons that only provide the single service of a blow dry. And dry bars are in big demand, considered among the 4 salon trends to watch for in 2014. Cosmetologists who have the skills to perform these blow-outs give their clients a wow look in a short time. There’s no cutting or coloring, but there is plenty of behind-the-chair experience and client interaction.

Do you already know the importance of good skincare? Estheticians help people look and feel their beautiful best –and they don’t just offer their services at the local salon. Many exotic travel destinations have high-end salons in big, fancy resorts. You could choose a place you’ve always wanted to visit and make it a place you also work! By training to become a licensed esthetician, you’ll learn skills you can bring with you wherever you travel! Have you ever wanted to take a cruise? Cruise ship estheticians get to travel the world while they work. Spas on cruise ships might be smaller than land-based salons, but that just means you’ll really get to know your clients!

If any of these jobs interested you, then maybe a career in beauty is right for you! The job outlook is strong for licensed beauty professionals right now, especially in the state of California, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Check out The State of Beauty Jobs in California Infographic and see for yourself!

Salons Success Academy is a beauty school in California that offers in-depth, hands-on training in cosmetology and esthetics, as well as extensive preparation for the State Board exam, and financial aid to those who qualify. Call 877-987-4247 or fill out the form to get started now.


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