February 3, 2017
Most students, whether they are going to a university, college, or trade school, are taking career outlook into consideration before choosing an educational institution. Here at Montana Academy of Salons, we think this is an important step in choosing the right school to enroll in. If you’re interested in starting a cosmetology course, here are a few careers that a licensed, well-qualified cosmetologist could have if they wish to pursue them.
Freelancing can allow a cosmetologist to set their own schedule and work in many different aspects of the beauty industry. You could perform hair, makeup, nail, or esthetics services for a variety of clients. Many freelancers choose to book several types of services in the week so they can keep things interesting!
2. Salon Manager
Our cosmetology course covers 150 hours of salon management, professional ethics, customer services, and a variety of other business skills that may help a student pursue a management position later on. Salon managers are usually a part of the day-to-day activities at the salon. If you’re interested in being a beauty professional and a leader, you should look into becoming a salon manager!
3. Makeup Artist
Our cosmetology program covers 150 hours of skincare instruction. That curriculum consists of many different skills, one of them being makeup application. Makeup artists can work in T.V., film, runway, and much more. Do you love to help clients feel their best? You should consider makeup artistry as a career path!
4. Nail Technician
Not a lot of people know that nail services are a part of our cosmo course. 125 hours is dedicated to learning manicures, pedicures, nail enhancements, nail art, and more! Nail technicians might work in a salon, spa, or nail spa. If you want to create art everyday, take your career into your own hands! Consider doing nails!
That’s right, a cosmetologist could become an esthetician if they want to! The skincare portion of our cosmo course covers facials, massage, makeup, lash extensions, brow and lash tinting, waxing, and even more skills. Many estheticians find reward in helping their guests feel beautiful in the skin they’re in. Does that sound like the job for you? Check out the career path of an esthetician!
Do any or all of these potential careers sound good to you? Then join us! Our next start date for this program is March 6, 2017! Check out our program page, and get in contact with us to find out more information about us and our school!