An aesthetician or beautician is a worker who specializes in giving beauty treatments. They specialize in the study of skin care including facial treatments, waxing as a form of hair removal and cosmetic make-up services and is proficient in all forms of beauty care and can give facials, skin, and nail treatments.
A salon or spa manager leads a team to manage the day-to-day operational matters of the center & is responsible for sales & profitability of the business. They may also develop, implement & conduct training programs to ensure all the staff is well equipped with the skills to meet sales & marketing objectives & upgrade productivity standards.
Beauty Sales Consultant/Advisor
One of the main roles is to recommend products that suit the customer & demonstrating the use of products. Keeping records of regular customers in order to provide a personalized service is essential to having an organized customer database is will ensure the growth of the business.
A make-up artist can expand their career in several different ways; they can intern at the theater, they can assist a working make-up artist, or they can attend a school dedicated to make-up artistry. Many make-up artists are primarily self-employed (freelancers), but they may also be represented by an agency, or employed by a company.
Beauty Trainer/ Tutor
The beauty trainer or tutor is responsible for all theoretical & practical training for all staff or student. The post requires them to plan, monitor & evaluate training programs. They must be highly knowledgeable with beauty therapy to be able to maintain & update training manuals.
Responsible for ensuring brand awareness & integrity is executed. This will involve the development of promotional plans, product launches & the production of marketing collateral in order to strengthen the brand’s name & Company’s position within the industry.