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A cosmetologist is a part of cosmetology, which is a big section of the beauty industry. It can be confusing as to what they actually do because there are many specialties within it but, cosmetologists are mostly focused on cosmetic treatments aimed at the hair, skin, and nails. They can expand into other parts if they gain the knowledge to do so. To become a cosmetologist, the individual needs to go to a recognised cosmetology school, do a certified cosmetology course, or go through a few courses to acquire the necessary skills.
What They Can Do
Cosmetologists not only perform cosmetic treatment on hair, skin, and nails, but they can expand into multiple parts where they’re able to cut and chemically treat hair, perform chemical hair removal, put wigs on their customers, and help with the latest fashion trends. Additionally, cosmetologists can also perform skin and hair analysis along with relaxation techniques on the head, neck, scalp, hand, and feet. They may be able to expertly apply makeup to cover and can expand into specialties like reflexology. A more qualified cosmetologist can be a hair color specialist, shampoo technician, and/or an aesthetician. A hair color specialist specializes in changing the natural hair color of their customer, to whatever color dye they want, with maximum effect and efficiency with the least amount of damage. A shampoo technician conditions and prepares the client’s hair for the hair stylist. An aesthetician is a professional who is skilled in maintaining and improving one’s skin and you can find them anywhere like in a spa, skin care clinic, and private practices.
There aren’t different types of cosmetologists but they can be differentiated with the amount of experience they have and what additional things they are able to do.
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