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The beauty industry is an extremely dynamic one that offers an array of rewarding career options for those with the skills to take advantage of. The great news is that training to work in the industry is easier than ever thanks to the wide range of industry-approved beauty courses that exist online. 

We’ll talk more about that shortly, but first, we’ll look at one particular role in the beauty industry - the eyelash technician. We begin by looking at what the day to day of the job involves.

The Responsibilities of an Eyelash Technician

The daily role of an eyelash technician involves dealing with people, so it’s a very social one. When employed in a salon or as a self-employed practitioner, you’ll be responsible for installing temporary and semi-permanent lashes for your customers.  As you’ll learn in much greater detail on an online lashes course, you’ll also be providing aftercare advice on how to keep them looking amazing.

Part of this role will include:

  • Recommending the most suitable extensions for your customer’s needs
  • Sanitising and disinfecting all of your tools and equipment
  • Manage client appointments in a personal or work diary
  • Deal with complaints whenever necessary
  • Recommend & sell associated beauty products

If you are working in a salon on an employed basis, you may also be required to carry out other kinds of beauty treatments like eyebrow waxing and manicures and facials.

So, What Kind of Salary Can You Earn?

Now to answer the question in our blog title - how much can you actually earn doing the role? Well, according to statistics, you can expect to earn anywhere between $42k and $60k per annum, with the exact figure varying depending on who you work for and the amount of experience you have.

The great thing about this particular industry is that you can add to your earning potential by using online beauty courses to enhance your skills. Particularly when working as a freelancer, you can access almost unlimited potential to earn what you want to by adding to your skillset. 

Getting Started In the Industry 

While there are salons that will take you on as a complete newbie, the vast majority will tend to employ people who have trained at least to some degree, as they usually prefer not to have to pay to get you the skills required. What you should do if you’ve got serious ambitions of joining the profession is start training now at your own pace and apply once qualified.

While you are practising and training, it’s a good idea to take pictures of those you work on to build up a portfolio to present to potential employers. Do this and your chances of employment go up significantly.

Train With industry-approved Beauty Courses With OCA

At Online Courses Australia, our Eyelash Advanced Certificate is just one example of the many industry-approved beauty courses we offer to give you the skills you need to make a living in the industry. What’s more, each hour spent on our courses counts towards 1 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) point, making you even more attractive to potential employers.

To learn more about this or any of the courses we provide that have been created in collaboration with industry experts, visit us online at www.onlinecoursesaustralia.edu.au. Alternatively, should you wish to chat with our friendly advisors about your needs, just give us a call on 1300 611 404 today and they’ll be happy to talk you through your options. 


 
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