The beauty industry offers many different job opportunities and roles.
You will need to consider which course will best suit your desired career pathway.
Beauty Therapists have a high level of customer service skills and provide a range of services such as facials, massages, manicures & pedicures, waxing, make-up, lash and brow treatments and much, much more.
Beauty Therapists also provide advice on skincare products based on the client’s skin profile. A Beauty Therapist will work in a beauty salon environment, establish their own salon/business or work as a Beauty Therapist on a cruise ship or in a resort.
If this career pathway appeals to you, you will need to study our SHB50115 Diploma of Beauty Therapy.
A Make-up Artist applies make-up to clients for special occasions, weddings, photographic work and remedial purposes. They are also a vital part of the entertainment world applying make-up to create special effects such as skin injuries or creating a specific character.
A make-up artist will usually work in the field of entertainment or as a freelance make-up artist. If this career pathway appeals to you, you will need to study the CUA51015 Diploma of Screen And Media.
Cosmetic consultants (also called retail cosmetic assistants) interact with customers to demonstrate and sell skincare products as well as perform routine salon or store tasks. Cosmetic consultants usually work in a department store environment.
A Dermal Therapist provides advanced dermal therapies such as microdermabrasion, laser, intense pulsed light, chemical peels, skin needling and assists medical personnel with cosmetic procedures. Dermal Therapists usually work within a cosmetic medical practice or an advanced skin clinic. If this career pathway appeals to you, you will need to study the 52707WA Graduate Diploma in Dermal Therapies on completion of our SHB50115 Diploma of Beauty Therapy.