What could my future job look like?
A career pathway in beauty and media make-up could take you on to a number of exciting roles:
- Beauty therapist: develop and apply cosmetic treatments to clients in settings including a beauty salon or spa or the client's own home
- Salon manager: coordinate services offered at the beauty salon, managing staff and resources to ensure you exceed your customers' expectations
- Spa manager: manage resources, such as staff and products, to ensure your beauty spa is offering excellent treatments in a profitable manner
- Dermatology specialist: diagnose and treat clients' conditions, affecting their skin and nails, prescribing treatments if necessary
The beauty therapy industry
By 2025, there are forecast to be 58,000 people in England working in beauty professions.
Being committed to helping people feel relaxed and pampered, as well as having the ability to be a good listener, are key to developing a successful career in beauty therapy.
By choosing a career in this industry, you will have the opportunity to combine creativity with customer care; helping people to look and feel great. Beauticians are specialists in discussing and understanding client requirements, analysing and advising on skincare and beauty regimes, giving treatments, and applying cosmetics.
search beauty and media make-up programmes
Our salons are run in partnership with Wella, a major hair care and styling company. We also work closely with Dermalogica, a well respected care products company.
We have partnered with a number of local hair salons, so you will benefit from masterclasses and guest industry speakers in a range of topics.