To become a beauty therapist you would normally complete a qualification to Level 3. However some salons will offer you to go in at entry level and train on day/evening release at college whilst working in a beauty salon environment.
If you have now got to the interview stage and are wondering what kind of questions you will be asked, here are a few to be thinking of:
Why do you think you will make a good beauty therapist?
Obviously you need to be answering that you feel you can make people feel and look good as one of your points.
What do you think of the salon’s hours and the hours that you will be working?
Remember that salon’s do late nights sometimes and always work on a Saturday. It’s not a straight 9-5 job.
How will you keep up to date with new products?
Magazines, trends, from your Manager/Company.
How do you keep yourself looking good?
What is your routine? Remember to make someone else feel good you need to feel and look good too.
Make sure you research the salon, maybe even go in for a treatment yourself before your interview or ask a friend to and report back to see how they operate and what they would be expecting of you. You will need to be fully aware of what treatments they provide, products they use etc.
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