A beauty therapy practitioner is an advanced specialist in face and body treatments, makeup and skincare advice. Competitors looking to become a beauty therapist carry out a range of treatments which reflect both current and traditional beauty therapy practices. The individual will need the ability to remain calm in stressful situation have good persuasion and negotiation skills.

A typical day as a beauty consultant is giving customers makeovers, meeting sales targets by recommending products to suit each customer, monitoring stock levels and re-ordering items by keeping records up to date.

Are patient
Are creative
Have imagination
Have an eye for detail
Are personable

Career opportunities

  • Beauty salons

  • Health spas

  • Hotels

  • Cruise ships

  • Fashion/theatre/media

  • Business owner

Average Salary
Entry Level
- 1.5%
Projected workforce change
This is an estimation of the overall number of job opportunities in this career area up until 2027.

Meet our Beauty Therapy role model

Photo of Kirsty, Squad UK Beauty Therapy competitor


Kirsty is one of our inspiring Career role models in Beauty Therapy

What next?

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