Beauty & Wellness

In 2019, the beauty & wellnessindustry was worth £1.74 billion pounds. It is a constantly evolving sector as innovations in products and treatments have become a constant norm. Of course, 2020 has seen a decline due to the corona pandemic - but it is expected to grow with investments coming in as per Global Data. 

A beautician is a trained professional who provides a range of beauty and wellness treatments for their clients. To become a beautician, a level 2 or a level 3 beauty certificate is required. The undertaken course or diploma must be recognised by an accredited body. Having GCSE completed certificates helps expedite the candidate’s enrolment process. One can also start a beauty and wellness job by becoming an assistant at a spa, salon or a beauty clinic. 

There are many types of jobs available in the beauty & wellness realm. Ranging from hairstyling, beauticians, aestheticians, nail technicians, makeup artists, skincare specialists etc. Qualifications for such jobs may vary and depend on the specialisation. The average hourly salary in the beauty & wellness industry is about £10.50/hour.  

Here are some popular roles that come under the beauty & wellness sector:

Beauty Assistant

Senior Beauty Therapist

Beauty Therapist

Beautician

Beauty Consultant

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