DohaQAR 1,808 - QAR 4,000 a monthBeauty therapists provide beauty treatments and services such as facials and manicures to a variety of clients.
Many beauty therapists work in health spas and beauty salons, though some choose to work on a freelance or self-employed basis in order to set their own hours and client lists.
This job can be either full or part time and requires frequent weekend and evening shifts, since those are the hours when most clients are available for appointments.
Beauty therapists work with little supervision, as they are largely responsible for booking their own clients, stocking their own supplies, and carrying out beauty procedures independently.
Beauty Therapist Duties and ResponsibilitiesBeauty encompasses the entire face and body, which means that beauty therapists need to know how to perform many beautifying tasks for their clients.
Normal duties expected in most spas and salons will entail : Analyze Client NeedsCustomers often won’t know exactly what they want or what beauty treatments they really need.
Asking clients questions and using skin analysis to evaluate their needs allows beauty therapists to recommend appropriate treatments.
Keep Tools Sterilized and Manage StockBeauty therapists are responsible for keeping all their tools and their beauty room clean and sterilized.
They must also replace used inventory to avoid running out of supplies.Perform Skin TreatmentsCustomers will come to beauty therapists for a variety of skin rejuvenation treatments, including peels, facials, and anti-
acne treatments.Provide Waxing TreatmentsHair removal is a popular beauty treatment, so beauty therapists need to know how to wax legs, eyebrows, and bikini lines in order to provide all the services that clients will want.
Massage TherapyKeeping customers relaxed is essential, so many beauty therapists use massage techniques to help clients release tension.
Facial, hand, foot, and back massages may all be used by beauty therapists to keep clients calm and happy.Give Manicures and PedicuresCustomers also want beautiful hands and feet, so it’s very common for a beauty therapist to offer manicures and pedicures.
Schedule AppointmentsBeauty therapists greet customers who walk into the salon or spa, answer phones, and schedule appointments.
Beauty Therapist Skills and QualificationsEmployers and clients will look for beauty therapists with the following talents : Interpersonal skills beauty therapy is a service-
based industry, so it’s important that beauty therapists have a friendly, personable disposition that helps build relationships with clients and put them at easeSalesmanship beauty therapists want to sell clients as many services as possible, so a background in sales will impress potential employersAesthetics an eye for beauty is crucial for successful in this field, as is the ability to envision how a client might look after receiving a specific treatmentWork ethic beauty therapists work with very little supervision and are largely responsible for finding and booking their own clients, so strong time management and the ability to self-
motivate are must-have qualitiesCustomer service answering phones and greeting customers is a big part of working in salons and spas, and a strong customer service background helps beauty therapists stand out among other applicantsBeauty Therapist Tools of the TradeBeauty therapists work with a variety of tools on a day-
to-day basis, including : Manicure and pedicure tools (cuticle drills, acrylic powder, nail polish, and UV dryers)Waxing materials (hot wax, wax warmers, and waxing strips)Facial tools (acne extractors, facial peels, and facial steamers)Beauty Therapist Education and TrainingBeauty therapists must first pass a cosmetology or esthetician program that follows their state’s guidelines.
After completing the course, they need to pass the state exam to obtain a license that allows them to legally practice beauty techniques on clients.
This is true for every state except Connecticut, which does not require beauty therapists to be licensed.Beauty therapists are expected to have all the skills and tools needed to complete their job, and little to no on-
the-job training is provided by salons or spas. Once familiarized with computer and inventory systems, beauty therapists independently book and service clientsJob Type : Full-
timeSalary : QAR1,808.00 to QAR4,000.00 / monthExperience : Beautician : 5 years (Required)Education : High school or equivalent (Preferred)Location : Doha (Required)Language : Arabic (Required)