Cosmetology is the treatment of hair. A cosmetologist is a professional who has been trained in the treatment of hair, and can venture into the treatment of other areas of the body. Some cosmetologists also provide skin and nail services, but most focus on the treatment of hair. Specifically, specialists who treat skin are called estheticians. And specialists who treat nails are called nail technicians. These areas require additional training for a cosmetologist.
Cosmetologists attend beauty or hair school to learn how to treat hair. Most cosmetologists are trained to treat multiple types and textures of hair. All cosmetologists are required by state law to be licensed and trained, even though there are a number of people who treat hair without a license.
Cosmetology in Boise is a great career for those who love to work on and treat hair. Most cosmetologists are fairly creative and this business allows them the opportunity to be creative. The business is a pretty popular one, and can last despite the state of the economy. Although if the economy suffers a great deal, many people will choose to treat their own hair, so to some extent Cosmetology Boise can be negatively affected by a bad economy.
The field of Cosmetology in Boise allows one to become their own business owner. They can set their own hours, even though many beauticians are closed on Sundays and Mondays as a general rule. Marketing their services can be fairly easy if the beautician knows a lot of people. Word of mouth is a plus for this type of business since most people will recommend a cosmetologist they had a good experience with. Most cosmetologist will start off with family, friends, co-workers, and associates as their clientele.
A cosmetologist can expand their services into skin, eyebrow, and waxing treatment services. They can also get into nail care services, which include pedicure and manicure treatments. Of course, this will increase their clientele and their income. Some cosmetologists work in their own homes or they own their own hair salons. Others work for hair salon owners, and pay a station fee to the owner of the hair salon.
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