Estheticians specialize in beautifying the skin. They perform cosmetic skin treatments including hair removal (waxing, threading), massage, body wraps, skin care, eyelash and eyebrow tinting, eyelash extensions, aromatherapy, permanent make up, and make-up application. Estheticians may also specialize with machine treatments such as non surgical "face lifts" and faradic muscle tone. The specialist may undergo special training for treatments such as laser hair removal and electrolysis. Estheticians must be licensed in the state they are working in. In order to become one they must complete 260 to 1500 hours of training and pass both a written and hands-on exam. Estheticians usually work under a dermatologist’s supervision and usually treat cases of acne, hyper pigmentation, maturing, and dehydrated skin conditions.
I love my Esthetician, she gives amazing facials. My Esthetician does the full Sphynx including ass hairs, I love it. Who is your Esthetician, your make-up is beautiful.
by Monarch Beauty August 20, 2012
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