Careers in the Beauty Industry

  • By interactive
  • 03 Aug, 2017
State College of Beauty Graduate - Cosmetology School Wisconsin

Discover the Different Careers in Cosmetology in Wisconsin.

Have you ever thought about wanting to help someone else’s image and self-confidence? Do you want a fulfilling, stable career? If so, the beauty industry, an empire worth more than $50 billion, may be the perfect fit for you. Rather than giving into stereotypes, consider the beauty industry an extension of every other industry. People want to look good, and that means there are plenty of unique careers in cosmetology in Wisconsin available for those interested in this profession.

Skincare Specialists Can Help People Feel Youthful.

Skincare is an integral part of the beauty industry. Skincare specialists, like estheticians, learn how to properly moisturize, treat and support healthy, youthful skin. This means helping to prevent wrinkles, furrows and the signs of aging. They may also be charged with performing waxing services, facials or makeup application. Moreover, the trend toward green, organic products is growing, and skincare specialists are often the first beauty professionals to learn about the secret benefits of nature’s latest discovery, including organic facials and peels.

Nail Technicians, or Manicurists, Have a Lasting Impact on Life.

No matter what you do, you use your hands and feet, so caring for the nails are an extension of caring for a person’s life. Nail technicians and manicurists can create tapestries on the smallest surfaces of the body and breathe new life into rigid, aging feet and hands. These individuals may start their own salons, work in spas or lease booths from a salon owner. Regardless, there are many accessories and unique skills that go into creating the perfect manicure, pedicure or nail treatment.

Hairstylists, Colorists and Hairdressers Are in High-Demand.

Caring for the hair remains one of the strongest areas of growth in the beauty industry, reports the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics , with the overall occupation growing faster than average between 2014 and 2024. These professionals must be in-sync with the latest styling, cuts and coloring trends in both the public and private sectors. They give people an opportunity to express their own unique styles through hair. In addition, hairstylists and colorists learn how to achieve near-impossible colors, fades and blending in the canvases of each client’s own image and look.

Discover Your Passion Through Cosmetology Today.

There are plenty of other career options in cosmetology available. You may want to offer organic beauty services or make the difference in the life of someone’s day at the spa. First, you need to get the skills necessary to pass the State examination.

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