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Becoming a Beauty Therapist
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Becoming a Beauty Therapist

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Provides skin analyses, facial therapies, skin-care treatments and body treatments such as massage to clients.
Training time 0.5 - 4 years
Avg. weekly wage - No data available -
Employment prospects Strong
Employment size 5,800

What does a Beauty Therapist do?

  • discussing client needs, analysing skin characteristics and advising on suitable skin care, treatments and application of make-up
  • applying general cosmetic and corrective make-up
  • performing manicures and pedicures including decorative nail art, application of artificial nails, nail repair, and other specialised hand and foot treatments
  • performing facial and body treatments such as massages
  • treating unwanted hair through waxing, bleaching, tinting, depilation and electrolysis
  • evaluating beauty therapy processes and products
  • receiving bookings, arranging appointments and maintaining client records


  • Electrologist (Hair Remover)
  • Manicurist
  • Nail Technician

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