Beauty Therapist Jobs

There are many beauty therapist jobs currently available in Ireland. The beauty industry is huge, valuing at $532 billion, according to Business Insider. Ireland is a great place to live and work as a beauty therapist.

Beauty therapists are regarded as experts in face and body care who have an understanding of how these systems work. They must have a great understanding of skin biology, anatomy and cosmetic chemistry.

For beauty therapists that work in-house, they are responsible for front of house duties and doing treatments. On the other hand, for beauty therapists that work independently, they are responsible for selling and marketing their services. They will also aim to promote products.

Some of the treatment’s beauty therapists perform are: waxing, massage, facials, manicures and pedicures. In addition to tanning, eyelash and eyebrow tinting, makeup and spa treatments.

It can be a very rewarding job. This is because you get to help people feel more confident about themselves. In addition, you put lots of smiles on people’s faces. It can be a tough job also because it is a fast-paced environment that requires a quick turnaround to ensure all clients are seen to.

There are also a lot of misconceptions and stereotypes about beauty therapists that they are not smart and just dropped out of school, however, they are the exact opposite: career driven individuals who are highly intelligent in their field.

In saying all of that, the pros outweigh the cons for those who want to work as a beauty therapist. There are amazing opportunities for beauty therapists working in sales, hotels, spas, salons, on cruise lines, in fitness clubs and for yourself.

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Therefore, if you ever need help in deciding where to apply, do not hesitate to get in touch with us at Tourism Recruit.