If you have always dreamed of working in the beauty industry, you will want to prepare a resume that you can send to salons and spas for entry-level esthetician roles.
Even if you don’t have esthetician experience or training, other types of experience may land you a role like this. List any type of customer service jobs that you have had in the past as estheticians deal directly with their clients. You should also put in sales experience as most salons work with and sell specific brands. Finally, discuss your willingness to learn and undertake training and express an eagerness to work in the industry, beginning with an entry-level role.
For more tips on what you put on your resume, check out the estheticians resume template below.Create Resume
123 Fake Street | City, State, Zip Code
(C) 000-000-0000 (E) firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m a passionate worker with brief experience but the drive to make up for it. I’m seeking a steady position that can add to my experience and skills.
04/2011 – Current
Company Name City, State, Back Office Assistant
Laurens Institute For Education is a non-profit therapy and education center for children and adults with special needs. I constantly volunteer my services including computer data entry, reception, customer service, and more. Working with and living around children with disabilities my entire life I’ve gained patience and compassion. I use these qualities in work and life.
04/2012 – 08/2012
Company Name City, State, Esthetician
Although I worked only 5 months at the nail salon, I learned a great deal about business and teamwork in this position.
Carsten Aveda Institute City, State, Certificate of Completion: Esthetics
Shortly after completing my 600 hours, I took my state board written and practical exams and passed the first time with a high percentage.
Higley High City, State, GED
I excelled on my exams early sophomore year at 16 years old.