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Finding Your Dream Master Esthetician Program

Posted by Nima | August 13, 2021

Esthetics are services that focus on skincare including, but not limited to, skin treatments, facials, makeup application and hair removal. You can define an esthetician as a skincare therapist, spa technician, and facial specialist who helps in cleaning, beautifying, and maintaining the skin and face. It’s a big deal for people to trust you with their face! To qualify as a professional esthetician, one must attend an established master esthetics program and pass the necessary exams. 

If you’re passionate about skincare, beauty, and making people feel good in their skin, a master esthetics program is right for you. But, before applying to start a master esthetic program anywhere, be honest with yourself about what is practical for you. 

Want an in-person program close to home or do you prefer online classes? Can you only attend night classes or does your daily routine allow you to sign up for day classes? These are all feasible questions when deciding what master esthetic program is right for you. Once you determine what is feasible for your life, think about what you want to get out of a master esthetic program. If you know the types of treatments you want to learn, make sure the master esthetic program you choose has course offerings in your area. Not sure what treatments you are interested in? Try looking for a program that caters to a wide variety of classes that may suit your needs. From there, decide the value you expect to get out of your master esthetic program. These questions should provide you with the ability to select the right program for you. 

Depending on the state you live in, several different esthetician licenses may be available, including esthetician and master esthetician. In general, however, an esthetician license is the lowest level of license and allows you to practice in a spa, nail salon, or similar environment. A medical or master esthetician often receives additional training in more advanced skincare techniques. Meaning, a master esthetician has a wider variety of career options post-graduation. While becoming a master esthetician may open up additional or higher-paying jobs, all estheticians may be able to work in the following places based on their state’s laws:

  • Health and personal care stores
  • Plastic surgeon’s office
  • Dermatologist’s office
  • Medical spas
  • Tattoo removal office
  • Cruise ships
  • Resorts

As a master esthetician, you will receive additional training in more advanced beauty and skincare techniques along with advanced body treatments such as radiofrequency therapies, skin disorders, plastic surgery procedures, and advanced chemical peeling techniques. By attending a master esthetician program, you are getting a leg up in the beauty industry.

NIMA Institute offers world class master esthetic programs for those interested in jump-starting their career in the beauty industry. With NIMA’s multiple master esthetic programs, students gain the necessary knowledge to enter the beauty industry with full confidence in their skills. NIMA courses include a more hands-on approach, with the highest quality products and equipment than any other school. NIMA knows what it takes to be a successful esthetician in today’s market. At NIMA you learn from industry experts and then perfect your skills as you work with real clients. Their master esthetic program provides each student with medical esthetics training in order to pass the master esthetician exam.

Want to attend the leader in medical esthetic education? No other school than NIMA can offer the expertise and in-depth education. Check out our master esthetic programs and kick start your career in the beauty industry with us!