If you fancy training to work in the beauty industry, there are many beauty careers that you can take up that pay very well. Here we take a look at five of the most in-demand beauty related jobs for 2019.
1. Hair Stylist
If there is one beauty profession that never goes out of 'style' (see what we did there!) it is being a hair stylist. If you enjoy playing with your hair and getting creative with your do, then this could be the job for you! There will always be a demand for a good stylist, so your skills will be in great demand.
2: Skin Care Specialist
Your skin is the largest organ of your body and is always on display. Thousands of people have skin care treatments every day from actors and models who need to look their very best, to people who need to correct skin issues that they may have, from acne to wrinkles and sagging skin.
You can train in many different skin care techniques or chose to become a specialist in just one, such as a Botox therapist, or train to offer dermal fillers as well as other skin treatments. Look at Mata Courses for the very best training in skin care and you can launch yourself into a very in-demand section of the beauty industry.
There are many thousands of people who dream of becoming a model, both men and women as well as people of all ages! While you may not think you have what it takes to grace the catwalk of the high-end fashion industry, there are many people who work successfully as models for all sorts of sectors in the beauty industry – from hair and make-up products to body treatments and nail products. The most booked models are actually hand and foot models that are often hired to help market footwear, jewellery and nail polish.
4: Herbal Beauty Therapist
With so many people suffering from sensitivities to chemicals, offering natural skin treatments that use only herbal products is becoming increasingly popular. There is a big movement for people going green and seeking out holistic hair and beauty treatments that don't damage the earth.
5: Make-up Artist
When we think of a make-up artist, we will often think about someone who works on film-sets making over Hollywood film stars, or someone who works with fashion models to create really 'out-there' looks for the catwalk. However, you can carve yourself out a nice niche in the wedding industry as a make-up artist for brides, bridesmaids and the future mother-in-law to be.
If you have a passion for the beauty industry and a deep understanding of what is required for your chosen specialisation, you may do very well in one of these very in-demand beauty careers.