Esthetics jobs are all about making people feel better. Estheticians treat and help people struggling with skin problems, or help people take care of their skin for long term results. Many people are not educated on the types of jobs you can have with an esthetics license. A Bellus Academy education can create the possibility of working in one of these places as an esthetician.
Spas or Salons
When you think “spa day!” the first thing that comes to mind is probably facials, waxing, and luxurious skin treatments. When we think “spa day!” we think esthetics! Licensed estheticians can work in a variety of private or self-owned salons, high-end resorts and cruise ships, and more!
Working at a spa means giving facials, exfoliation treatments, pore cleansing, and other skin work. Estheticians are also trained in recognizing skin problems. They can give advice to clients about regimens and products, and they can evaluate the skin’s condition. In many ways, estheticians help give their clients a boost in self-esteem and outward appearance. You can make a difference in the way people feel.
Not only can you work in spas and salons as an esthetician, but you can also work at those places as a makeup artist. Esthetics courses are available at all of our locations, excluding National City, CA. Each course offers an optional section on makeup artistry. Makeup artists can work in a variety of places including spas and salons. Some options are:
– Freelancing gigs
– Runway shows
– Bridal boutiques
– For celebrities
– TV and movie sets
– Advertising sets
– And many more!
Makeup artistry can take you a variety of places. You can work with world-renowned photographers, directors, models, and other amazing people. We believe that the growing beauty industry makes this career a career for a lifetime.
Paramedical or Medical Esthetician
Not all estheticians have to work in the beauty industry. If you love working with patients and helping people in a medical setting, these careers are the right path for you. Paramedical estheticians can be found working in a plastic surgery clinic or hospital and in dermatological clinics.
Paramedical estheticians help with procedures, and more often, help patients recover from treatments and procedures. Bellus Academy offers a 900-hour medical spa training program that combines the basic esthetics program with 300 hours of medi spa training.
Medical Spa Esthetician
Medical spas often offer mildly invasive skin treatments that traditional spas don’t. Medical spas can provide laser hair removal, vein therapy, skin tightening, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion. While an esthetician may not be able to perform these medical procedures themselves, they can assist a doctor. They can also offer post-procedure help in recovery. The Bellus Academy 900-hour medical spa training program is the perfect program to encompass all that this career entails.
Luxury Spa Esthetician
As skin care careers continue to thrive, more luxury spas are popping up and Bellus Academy offers a new program to meet the demands for employment. Bellus has a 900-hour Luxury Spa program or a 600-hour program for licensed estheticians which gives luxury and medical spa training.
The Legality of it All
There are many things estheticians (and cosmetologists, too) can and can’t perform with their license in the state of California. It is important for estheticians to get the right education and obtain licensure so that they may practice their craft in a legal and safe way. The only way to really understand an esthetician’s license is a good education!
In summary, an education in esthetics from Bellus Academy can prepare you for the career you’ve always dreamed of. If you’re interested in one of these medical or beauty professions, contact us today!