Hair extensions are becoming big business these days, and salons across the country are capitalizing on the trend by ensuring their stylists are well skilled in how to do hair extension techniques. “Hair extensions are the biggest trend right now,” Jolie instructor Ms. Domonique said. “Stylists need to have at least an understanding of the basics.”
The skin esthetics program at Jolie Academy in Northfield, New Jersey prepares students for careers as skin care specialists. “We teach what is relevant in today’s beauty business,” Jolie instructor Miss Monica said. “Beauty school students learn how to give facials, how to give a skin care consultation, how to read product ingredients and about skin care treatments such as chemical peels and microdermabrasion.”
Students enrolled in the skin esthetics program also learn about:
Thinking about an esthetician career? Esthetics is a branch of the cosmetology profession that focuses entirely on skin care. From detoxifying facials to microdermabrasion and hair removal, the primary goal of estheticians is to make their clients look and feel beautiful.
As an esthetician, you can look forward to the following career benefits:
The joy of working as a cosmetology teacher comes from the satisfaction of sharing your knowledge with others. Take it from Jolie cosmetology teacher Antonio Carmona, better known as “Mr. T,” who says, “When I see that light bulb go off, and I know that they understand what I’m teaching them…that brings joy to my heart.”
Jolie cosmetology teacher Ms. Renee agrees. “I love sharing all of the knowledge and experiences I’ve collected over the past 35 years,” she said.
As a cosmetology and nail technology instructor at Jolie Hair and Beauty Academy, Ms. Renee loves working with students and sharing her knowledge with them. “I teach them everything I can so they’ll have the best possible chance of succeeding in the industry,” she said.