The average rate for a Cosmetician is $13.00 per hour.
|Hourly Rate||$9.00 - $18.50|
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|$18,886 - $42,485|
Job Description for Cosmetician
A cosmetician will help their clients change, adapt, or adjust their physical appearance. This may include makeup, hairstyle, and overall appearance. A successful cosmetician must have an eye for discerning both inner and outer beauty and a desire to provide high-quality, personal service. This person should be outgoing, personable, and able to give friendly and useful advice. A cosmetician can assess a client and advise and assist in how the client may improve their appearance.Read More...
A cosmetician may be entrepreneurial, running their own business, or consultative, working at someone else's business. A cosmetician provides outstanding customer service, promotes sales of beauty products, and works toward objectives. A successful cosmetician should have thorough knowledge of beauty products and services, excellent makeup application skills, and a strong interest in health and beauty. A cosmetician will be also be tasked with certain physical requirements, such as periods of standing, bending, and extending the arms. A cosmetician will work with their hands, applying makeup and other beauty products for clients. Cosmeticians may be required to provide their own tools, such as makeup cleaning products, makeup brushes, sponges, tweezers, capes, and hair clips.
Work will typically be done in an indoor environment like a store, salon, or spa. However, the work may also be done in a remote location, such as a studio or set. Coworkers may include cosmetologists, stylists, and technicians. A typical day may include interacting with clients, selling products and services, offering consultation, and working toward the objectives of a team or department. Scheduling may include day, night, and weekend hours. A training program of six to twelve months is often required to work as a cosmetician. State licensing is also frequently required. (Copyright 2017 PayScale.com)
- Consult with clients, perform makeup demonstrations, and provide skin care consultations.
- Sell makeup and cleansing products, and provide information and advice on cosmetic application.
- Select makeup shades and products for individuals.
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