What Qualifications Do You Need to Be a Beautician?

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A beautician is an individual providing treatments for a range of Beauty needs, such as skin care, eyebrow and eyelash treatments, make-up, waxing, massages and nail care. It is not required by law in the UK to register with any trade or professional bodies to practice in most areas of work within the Beauty industry. However individuals should be qualified to at least NVQ/SVQ Level 2 or 3.These qualifications should be visible in salons.
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1Find a trade school that specializes in offering cosmetology classes that cater specifically to beauticians. Some courses that are offered can span anywhere from nine months to two
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I have a Level 2 Diploma in Beauty Therapy I had no present qualifications to enter the course but I did have to do a test to view what level my study was at. I think level 1 courses
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BTEC would be more apropriate for you, as your not going 6th form and you want to become a beautician, as you get more experience from BTEC. You could also do an apprenticeship on
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The requirements for a cosmetologist differ in state to state, so you would need to check your state Board of Licensing for Cosmetologists to see what the minimum requirements are
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