What You Can Do with Your Esthiology Training

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Are you trying to find a career that will challenge you and constantly engage your creative muscles? If so, we encourage you to enroll in esthiology training at our esthetician school. When you complete your training, you’ll have all the skills and knowledge necessary to pass the state cosmetology exam. Once you pass that exam and earn your license, you’ll be ready to launch a rewarding career in the beauty industry.

If you’re hesitant to enroll in a training program like the ones we offer, that reluctance will quickly vanish once you familiarize yourself with the esthetic careers that will be available to you after you finish your training and earn your license. From being a business owner to becoming a makeup artist, writer, and more – the career paths you can follow as an esthetician are nearly limitless.

Spa Owner

Attending an esthetician school can open the door to entrepreneurship affordably. Some of our graduates gain managerial experience at a spa and then go on to operate their own business down the line.

Writer, Blogger or Influencer

If you want to make a splash in the beauty industry, you can use your words to do just that. You can write about beauty, makeup, or skincare for written publications or websites. If you want to strike out on your own, you can start your own blog and focus on specific topics that interest you. When you gain a big enough following, you may become an influencer and get paid to promote or endorse various products across your social media channels.

Beauty Editor

If you like to lead others and you have a gift for making content better, you may want to consider a career as a beauty editor. Editorial positions are available at print magazines, print publications, newspapers, and a generous number of websites.

Skincare Specialist

Skincare specialists can work in a variety of places, such as doctor’s offices, spas, and salons. These experts provide an array of sought-after services that are popular among men and women alike, often including skin examinations, chemical peels or laser skin rejuvenation depending on where they work.

Brand Representative

If you want to be out and about rather than working in one place, you may want to pursue work as a brand representative. In this role, you’ll visit makeup artists, salon owners, and others to promote the products you’re selling. When people express an interest, you’ll then show them how to use the products and explain how they can sell the products to their own clients.

State Board Examiner or Inspector

Professionals who already have their cosmetology license are the ones who typically prepare and conduct a state’s board exam, which may allow you to secure a position as a state board examiner. If you’d prefer to visit salons and spas to ensure they’re abiding by state guidelines, you might want to pursue work as an inspector instead.

Become a Student at Our Wausau, WI Esthetician School

No matter what esthetic career you want to pursue, it all starts by enrolling for training with State College of Beauty Culture. Enroll today!