5 Reasons Hairstyling Tops the List for All-Round Career Satisfaction

The global hair care market reached US$ 91 Billion in 2019 and, according to estimates from the Fortune Insights Report for 2019-2026 will reach US$ 111.98 Billion by 2026. This means means if you’re an outgoing creative that keeps up with all the latest hair trends and aspires to travel and become an entrepreneur someday, its time you explore a career in hairstyling. Here’s why hairstyling tops the list of the happiest careers.

Get Paid to Apply Make-up or Learn to Master Your Own with Short Courses

Make-up-courseLove staying on trend with all the latest cosmetic tips, tricks, and techniques? If you have a love affair with colours, brushes and contouring, but want to master the tricks of the trade, then you should sign up for one of themake-up short courses at Face to Face Makeup & Beauty Design School. Below is a brief overview of the courses:

    1. Special Occasion: Day, Evening & Bridal—every woman deserves to know how to apply foundation and contour like a pro. Sign up alone or with your girlfriends and enjoy our 2-day workshop that covers face shapes, eyelash application, and day, evening and bridal makeup.

Beauty Short Courses: Get Career-Ready or Build Onto Your Existing Portfolio

Beauty-CoursesYou’re finishing school next year, and your folks have been on your case about enrolling in a course, one that will give you a stepping stone to a rewarding career. The problem is you do not want to commit to a 3-year Cosmetology degree or diploma. Instead, you’d like to enroll in one of many short courses that focus on individual services, like massage, micro-needling, nail technology, or even hairstyling.

Recession-Proof and Expected to Grow by another 272 Billion by 2023

Today, it’s essential to know what you want before investing money in education. It is also just as important to invest in an education that you’re passionate about, preferably one that will not crash in economic times. Fortunately, the global beauty industry is worth about $532 billion, with the cosmetic industry expected to reach $805 billion by 2023.

How Hairstyling Saves More Than Just a Bad Hair Day

Hairstyling-bad-hair-dayA bad hair day can affect your day negatively. It can impact you in more ways than simply needing to wear a hat to cover it up. When your tresses look a little sad, then your confidence levels can take a major dip. This can affect your performance during an important presentation at work, as you might be more concerned about what your colleagues and potential business partners think of your appearance. It can also affect your confidence levels during a date, and in turn, the person you are with might be able to pick up on the fact that you feel a little insecure.

With all of the difficulties we already have to face in life on the daily, having bad hair does not need to be one of them. Luckily, there are professionals in the hairstyling industry that are doing their part every day to help save the world from bad hair days.

Creative Expression and Beauty Meet with Make-Up Artistry

creative make-upMake-up artistry is certainly an art form in its own right. With a face as your canvas, a brush in hand, and products like foundation, blush, eyeshadow, eyeliner, and an eyebrow pencil, you can create the most beautiful works of art.

It is safe to say that more people practise this type of art than any other. While there are many who do sketches, paint on canvases, and do performance art, many people do their make-up either every day or a few times a week. Every person who puts paints their face is an artist. While most only do it for themselves and maybe a sister or a friend, there are those who choose to make this type of art a career.

Making a Difference Can Start with Beauty Therapy Courses

Beauty Therapy CourseHave you heard of retail therapy? Well, beauty therapy is even better. When an individual feels sad, frustrated, or simply emotional, going for treatments such as getting a new haircut, getting a manicure or pedicure, getting a facial, or going for a massage, can make you feel like a new person.

This is the best kind of therapy for many, even better than shopping. We all know that hairstylists do not just style hair. Customers typically spend their time in the chair talking about their lives and troubles. Your hairstylist can end up knowing more about you and your life than your family members. Manicures and pedicures are also not just given, they come with conversation. And when someone is sad or stressed, there is nothing like a massage to lift their spirits.

Tips on Achieving Timeless Wedding Make-Up

Timeless Weddin Make UpThere are many special events and occasions for which we dress up and where we take photos, but unless it is your wedding day, the chances are that you will not look back at these photos that often or display many photos from the event in your home. Your wedding photos will stay with you forever, and you do not want to regret your choices years down the line. Here are a few tips that we have put together to help you get a more timeless look.

Eyebrow Shaping: One of The Biggest Beauty Trends

Eye-Shaping-TrendsIf your eyes are the windows to your soul, then your eyebrows are the frames. Well-shaped brows are essential when it comes to looking your best. Eyebrow shaping has become very popular in recent years, with a lot more people around the world spending extra time, money, and attention to ensure that their window frames show off their eyes as best they can.

Back in the day, shaping your brows meant simply waxing or tweezing them and possibly tinting them and defining them with a pencil or powder. Nowadays, there are a lot more options to choose from. You can now have your eyebrows threaded and even go for microblading. There are more maintenance products available, and many are spending extra time every morning to ensure that their brows make the statement they want.

Follow Your Passion and Pursue A Career in Hairstyling

Career In HairstylingIt can be difficult to choose a career path, especially when you have various interests and endless options to choose from. When giving advice on which career path to pursue, many people advise that you choose a career where you can earn a lot of money regardless of whether or not you will actually enjoy the work that you do. Others will advise that you follow your passion and that you should choose to do something that you enjoy even if you just earn enough money to pay your bills.

We believe that life is too short to be stuck doing a job that you hate. It is far better to choose a career path that will allow you to do something that you enjoy doing and earn enough money to live comfortably. You can follow your passion and earn a decent living.

What to Know About the Ancient Art of Reflexology and Where to Study It

Reflexology ArtIf you have been working in the beauty industry a while, followed celebrity treatment trends, or just love a good massage yourself, then you have probably heard of reflexology. The ancient practice, however, has much more profound origins than most realise. Today, it is recognised as a form of massage that offers real benefits to those who enjoy this focused treatment, and studying such a course might just be the boost your career needs.

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