Look, I know this may seem a little biased coming from someone writing a blog post, but beauty writing really is the best gig. If you’ve got a knack for penning your thoughts, but you’re still keen on pursuing beauty, why not try to write about it?
The work is largely based online or at a computer. So, it is perfect for those of us who love a quiet and productive workday. If you want to get into beauty for customer service, however, it may not be the most fulfilling role for you.
What do you do?
From the comfort of your own home! Honestly, beauty writing is largely a freelancing career choice, which does have its pros and cons. You are completely in charge of your rates and fees, have full control over scheduling, day-to-day work and projects you take on, and you’re able to work within your own parameters. However, as always with freelancing, it can take a while to begin earning real cash from your business.
But, if you’re a little more ambitious, there’s another side to beauty writing that may tickle your fancy: Beauty Editor. One of the most competitive careers, and we know why: With stacks of high quality product samples, event invitations, and VIP tickets to just about anywhere, you could be forgiven for wanting just a little bit of that. Oh, and the pay’s not too bad either.
Where can you work?
Nail technicians have the benefit of being in high demand – everywhere! I don’t know any woman who would choose to attend a formal event without getting her nails done. So, if you’re not keen on a salon, mobile or home services are a clever alternative! But, if you’re wanting more job security and easier marketing, a nail salon, spa, cruise ship, or hotel beauty services all offer nail services to their customers.