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Beauty Training Could Turn Your Side Hustle into a Career

Beauty Training Could Turn Your Side Hustle into a Career

Many people have a side hustle, and often, this tends to be something we are passionate about. However, it becomes more of a hobby because we cannot see a way to make a living and need a secure income.

However, if beauty is your thing, the industry is booming, and there are some serious opportunities out there. The demand for beauticians skilled in facials, eyelashes and nails is increasing. So, this could be the perfect time to turn your side hustle into the ideal career.

Boost your potential with beauty training

If your side hustle is taking off, it might be time to think about training to turn this passion into a career. Qualifications are a great stepping-stone. You’ll learn the theory and practical aspects of your chosen profession. Plus, get the necessary certificates to take the next step.

In-demand careers options for trained professionals

Nail Technician

From gel manicures to acrylics, the demand for nail technicians is high. This is partly due to social media platforms like Instagram, where nail art is trending, and there is so much inspiration. If you have decided to offer mobile services and don’t mind working evenings, you will find a demand for bridal party nails as part of the night before the wedding gathering of the bride and her bridesmaids. There are many courses on offer such as these fast track Future in Beauty training courses. So you can learn everything from creating stunning nails to keeping the hands in tip-top condition to best show off your artwork.

Eyelash Technician

Big and bold, subtle and understated, the demand for the perfect lash is high. However, to offer this as a professional service, you need to show you are certified in safe application and removal and able to answer all the questions your clients may have about health and safety. Prices for nails start around £50/£60 giving you plenty of scope to increase your earning power.

Beauty Therapist

There are so many in-demand facial treatments, including derma roller, needling, microdermabrasion and chemical peels. However, it is vital that you are qualified in the area, as skin issues and types can play a part in choosing the best treatment. Advanced services like IPL skin rejuvenation and laser removal of thread veins are also popular treatments, so it is worth spending the time on training courses in these areas.

Moving forward: Flexible business opportunities

The beauty industry is the perfect way to release your inner entrepreneur and build a business that works for you. Flexibility can boost success, and you will find a wealth of customers looking for that perfect tech. Mobile services have hit an all-time high, with clients keen to get their nails or facials done in their own homes. You could find that your spare room makes the perfect home salon and there will be plenty of people happy to come to you.

Being self-employed is not as scary as it sounds, and there is plenty of help and advice available to help you keep records and submit your tax returns. Do some research on insurance and permission to use your home as a business before committing. Finally, there is always the option of working in a high street store, private health spa or many other locations if you prefer the security of a salaried role.


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