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July 13: The beauty industry can be very intimidating from the outside but it’s just as beautiful and fulfilling on the inside. This last year made many of us break out of our comfort zones and finally follow our passion. Some of us started exploring new career avenues whilst some enrolled in various online courses to upgrade our skillsets. For the ones who stumbled upon the world of Cosmetology and are interested to know more about it, we did a deep dive to help you understand it better.
Let take a quick self-quiz! Do you believe that having clear skin can boost your confidence? Do beautifying people excite you? Are you a doer?
If the answer to all of the above is yes, then a career in cosmetology is definitely something for you to consider.
Does becoming a cosmetologist mean you will be working in a salon?
Of course not, a whole wide world of opportunities will open up for you. You can choose to work at beauty clinics, dermatology setups, medical spas, international cruise liners, and even consider moving abroad.
A few prospective job opportunities in the market and designations
- Beauty care professionals – Salons, spas, clinics, nail spas
- Beauty Advisors – Stylist, Advisors for beauty brands
- Beauty Therapist – Dermatology Clinics, Beauty Clinics, Hospitals
- Specialist Consultant – Skin, Hair & Weight
- Laser Specialists – Laser hair removal clinics
- Centre Managers – Corporate Clinics & high-end salons & spa
- Hair Transplant Technicians.
Is Cosmetology a course in make-up and hair?
Cosmetology is the science of beauty and it involves a wide range of topics, including hair, nails, makeup, and advanced treatments in skin and hair care. You can choose to study the clinical and advances topics in cosmetology which would cover understanding the anatomy and physiology of the skin. It covers the curative side of treatments that involve chemical peels, medi-facials, laser treatments, micro-needling to name a few.
Are these courses only for doctors?
Cosmetology is a great career option, especially for Doctors. But even non-medico’s can consider these courses as there is a huge need gap in the industry for skilled aestheticians and beauty therapists.
What is Tender Skin International Cosmetology Academy?
Tender Skin International Cosmetology Academy (TSICA), Est 2001, imparts comprehensive professional & vocational training in Facial Skin Care, Beauty Therapy, Cosmetology, Laser Treatments, Trichology, Weight Management, Aesthetic medicine to name a few. TSICA has set high standards by providing quality education and professional guidance to students at affordable course fees. Their unique services and faculty support system will change the way students learn now. They provide balanced education where the focus is given on both theoretical and practical aspects of the course. With the help of case studies, practical examination & hands-on exposure one is ready to kickstart a career in this field!
Which Courses do they offer?
TSICA imparts Government recognised professional 6 months Certificate course for Dermatologists in Aesthetic Medicine that includes Basic & Advance Skin Aesthetics, Laser Treatments, Trichology, Weight Management & Clinical Nutrition. They also have government-approved 1-month certificate courses for medicos & non-medicos in Cosmetology therapies, Hair & Scalp treatments, Laser Treatments & Hair Transplants, and more.
Their course curriculum is devised by a team of renowned dermatologists & international faculty. TSICA has trained over 5000 students across India & abroad with successful cosmetology practitioners working in India, Dubai, Sri Lanka, Singapore & the USA.
Still not sure if Cosmetology and medical aesthetics is the right career choice for you? You can get in touch with their career counsellors at TSICA on www.internationalcosmetologyacademy.com or call +919870044525for their detailed curriculum. Joint Venture Partners are Welcome.