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  • Date Submitted: 06/22/2011 05:00 AM
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Shampoo technician
A shampoo technician shampoos and conditions a client's hair in preparation for the hair stylist
[edit]Manicurist
A manicure is a cosmetic treatment for the fingernails or hands. The word "manicure" derives from Latin: Manus for hand, cura for "care." When performed on the feet, such a treatment is a pedicure.
Many manicures start by soaking the hands in a softening substance, followed by the application of lotion. A common type of manicure involves shaping the nails and applying nail polish. A manicure may also include the application of artificial nail tips, acrylics, or artificial nail gels. Some manicures can include the painting of pictures or designs on the nails, or applying small decals or imitation jewels. Manicurists usually take special cosmetology courses.
[edit]Esthetician
Estheticians work at salons and day spas. 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 900 hours of training and pass both a written and hands-on exam. Estheticians usually work under a dermatologist’s supervision and usually treat mild cases of acne.
[edit]Nail technician
A nail technician specializes in the art form and care of nails. This includes manicures, pedicures, acrylic nails, gel nails, nail wraps, fake nails, self adhesive nail coverings, etc. Although they are generally trained to recognise diseases of the skin and nail,[2] they do not treat diseases and would typically refer a client to a...

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