A makeup artist is a very rewarding career option whether your clients are rich and famous or you serve typical women who live in your area. You can give them a chance to feel special and look their best.
You can learn everything from skincare and fashion makeup to correction techniques and special effects. One of the most important courses you will ever take in beauty training is skincare. Anybody who comes to a spa or beauty salon for treatment involves the skin, whether it can be a massage, manicure, pedicure, facial, or wax mask, you must learn to manage the client's skin in all aspects of the treatment.
Every beauty training program includes classes assessing clients' skin. This is necessary because you need to recommend skincare products and if the customer has dry skin, you need to recognize this to offer a product that includes multiple moisturizers and moisturizing therapies.
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Most customers will experience dry skin during the winter months. The legs and chest have less oil than the face, so these areas should be treated well in winter. Using an oil-based moisturizer in the winter is a great way to rehydrate dry skin. It must be applied to the skin while it is still damp to be effective.
After you complete a beauty school course, you will become a licensed skincare therapist. You'll know how to expertly apply makeup, do facials and chemical peels, analyze skin, learn acupressure to help with facial massage, and understand the concepts of reflexology and aromatherapy and how to help the body relax.