Profession beauty therapist
Beauticians carry out various beauty treatments and give advice to clients, e.g. on skin and body care.
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Tasks beauty therapist
- Discuss clients' requirements and carry out skin analysis.
- Prepare treatment plans for clients.
- Perform facial treatments, e.g. apply creams, lotions and masks, perform facial massage, tint eyelashes and eyebrows, apply make-up, etc.
- Perform body treatments, e.g. perform body massage, UV or spray tanning, hydrotherapy, body hair removal, etc.
- Perform cosmetic hand, nail and foot treatments (e.g. manicures, pedicures, nail extensions).
- Perform specialist treatments, e.g. acne treatment, electro-therapy, skin rejuvenation therapies, camouflage treatments, electrolysis, etc.
- Advise clients, e.g. on skin care, make-up, nutrition, exercise programmes, etc.
- Recognize problems and refer clients to medical practitioners.
- Sell and give advice on cosmetic products and services.
- Maintain client records.
- Perform reception duties, e.g. schedule appointments, answer the telephone, order supplies and operate cash register to receive payments.
- Keep the salon, work station and tools clean and tidy.
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