Become a Licensed Esthetician
Estheticians, also known as a skincare specialist, specialize in the beautification of the skin. In other words, they help make our skin glow. If you don’t want to attend hours and hours of schooling to become a Dermatologist, but are interested in providing services related to the appearance of the skin, our Skin Care Therapy program at Health and Style Institute would be a great career option for you.
4 Tips to Becoming a Licensed Esthetician
- Find an Esthetician Program
- Complete an Approved Cosmetology or Esthetician Program
- Earn State Licensure
- Pursue Your Career Goals
1. Finding an Esthetician Program
Ready to learn everything you can about cosmetic skin treatments such as facials, chemical peels, waxing, and more? Then first you need to find a Skin Care Therapy program that can give you the training you need. It’s important to find a State approved program that can provide the training and knowledge you need to set you on the path to success.
2. Complete an Approved Cosmetology or Esthetician Program
Once you find the right program and apply, it is time to soak up all the learning you can and hone your skills. In Health and Style Institute’s Skin Care Therapy program, you can learn the fundamentals of skin care, facials, facial massage, hair removal, spa body basics, and more. We also provide courses on the business aspects of the industry: product knowledge, service promotion, effective retailing, and business communication. You will have the opportunity to learn the skills employers are looking for in Licensed Estheticians: having in depth knowledge of skin care, having interpersonal skill, administer chemical treatments, assess client’s needs, and more. Upon completion of our program, you will be awarded a Skin Care Therapy Diploma.
3. Earn State Licensure
Once you receive your Diploma, you’ll have the opportunity to sit for the State Board exam to receive your specialized license as an Esthetician. Health and Style Institute will provide the information to guide you in the correct direction on gaining your license.
4. Pursue Your Career Goals
Once you have passed the test and earned your license, it is time to find an entry-level position, build your experience, gain work experience, and develop your skills. Become familiar with license renewals and continuing education requirements. If you follow these steps, you will be on the right path to become a Licensed Esthetician!
Train for a Career as a Licensed Esthetician at Health and Style Institute
Are you ready for a fulfilling and creative career in the Salon and Spa industry? Health and Style Institute is ready to help. We offer a Skin Care Therapy program in Greensboro, North Carolina, Kennesaw, Georgia and Atlanta, Georgia. Contact us today at 1-844-94-STYLE to schedule a campus visit at the location nearest you.