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Beauty Therapists give professional advice to clients to improve their skin and body condition and perform range of treatments including facials, massage, waxing, manicures, pedicures, tinting, spray tanning and makeup application.
Duties and tasks
Apply make-up and spray tans
Book appointments, answer phone queries and maintain client records
Evaluate individual clients skin and beauty needs and recommend appropriate treatments
Perform a range of beauty treatments including facials, body massage, aromatherapy, manicures, pedicures, eyelash and brow tinting
Provide beauty advice to clients
Provide high levels of client service
Sell cosmetics and other beauty related products
Use a variety of specialised equipment
Attention to Detail
Interpersonal and Relationship Building Skills
Neat and Tidy Appearance
Sensitive and Caring Attitude
Beauty Therapists may work in a variety of settings such as beauty salons, department stores, from home or via mobile beauty services out of the clients home. Hours are varied and often include evenings and weekends. Beauty Therapists are required to stand on their feet for long periods of time.