123 Main Street • Atlanta, Georgia • 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235
Objective: Seek the Position of E Esthetician
SUMMARY: Exceptionally knowledgeable and resourceful Esthetician with over six years experience in providing and maintaining the highest standards of esthetics, to include treatments and recommendations for home care, daily operational procedures, overall excellent client care, creating a feeling of rest and relaxation for guests, resulting in high retention and increased treatment and retail sales for Hotel Spas.
Summary of Qualifications
Profoundly self motivated.
Strong ability to maintain a professional appearance at all times.
Great experience in skincare and make-up application.
Deep waxing experience in administering facials.
Proven sales/recommendation background.
Excellent team player, responsible, dependable with high personal standards and values.
Excellent client care, guest service and attention to detail.
Great ability and willingness to update technical skills by facilitating and participating in on-going training.
Uncommon communication skill.
Profound flexibility on the job.
Great ability to organize and present both esthetic and technical information
Royal Spa, Minneapolis, MN 2000 - Present
Read directions on products and equipment.
Read client charts for information, such as clients' preferences, skin types and past treatments.
Read magazines and promotional material from suppliers, such as pamphlets and letters, to learn about new products and techniques.
Read fact sheets on chemical products for information about their compositions, use and emergency first-aid procedures.
Use appointment books to schedule clients and to prepare for incoming clients.
Use product and color charts when mixing cosmetics or making recommendations to clients.
Read equipment catalogues when purchasing new equipment.
Complete client record forms with information such as treatments, products used, particular problems and allergies.
Obtain technical information from diagrams, for example, diagrams of a hair follicle, foot or toes, and use diagrams to explain treatments to clients
Determine the cause of the problem when a skin product is not effective for a client, even though it has been in the past by exploring variables, such as allergies or changes in medication and make recommendations to the client.
State of Minneapolis Licensed Esthetics
Associate Degree in Esthetics University of New York (2000)