The content of a beauty advisor should never be ordinary.
It takes a little more than just ordinary to get a hiring manager to pay attention to you as a candidate.
Often, it becomes a bit intimidating to separate information to fill in the different sections in a resume. There may a bit of overlap that can be confusing.
For instance, job duties and accomplishments are often confused with each other, and we end up writing them interchangeably. That can be a bit off-putting for the employer.
So write clearly and make sure that everything is where it should be. Somewhat like what is done in the resume sample below:
Beauty Advisor Resume Example
77 Oak Street ● Salt Lake City, UT 62731 ● (000) 741-1010 ● [Email]
❖❖ BEAUTY ADVISOR ❖❖
Creative, passionate beauty advisor with 5+ years’ hands-on experience of providing consultation services to clients to help them meet their specific beauty needs. Well-versed in creating and implementing core beauty regimen plans per customers’ skin and hair types, and initiating service consultations to determine customers’ preferences and service needs.
• Track record of developing repeat business customer base by providing the best customer services through regular communication and sales information.
• Known for responding to product and service related questions, keeping in mind each customer’s specific needs.
• Focused on keeping up to date with product information and industry trends to keep abreast of competition.
SKILLS & COMPETENCIES
|• Acne treatments||• Inventory management||• Facial massages|
|• Microdermabrasion||• Air-brushing||• Camouflage|
|• Product lines||• Consultative sales||• Rosacea treatments|
|• Upselling||• Make-overs||• Service upgrades|
• Increased customer base by 50% by introducing Hydra-facial facilities.
• Decreased supplies cost by 70% by suggesting supplies procurement in bulk from local vendors.
• Introduced special effects makeup which resulted in a huge increase in business from the film industry.
• Met sales targets by a 100% between years 2012 and 2015.
Bloomingdales, Salt Lake City, UT | 6/2011 to Present
• Greet customers as they arrive and confer with them to determine their specific beauty needs.
• Create and implement core beauty regimens as per each customer’s particular needs and requirements.
• Perform facials and other beauty treatments after assessing customers’ skin and hair types.
• Provide beauty makeovers and product demonstrations to entice customers to buy services and products.
• Give manicures and pedicures to customers and ensure that instruments used are done with care and precision.
• Do hairstyles according to customers’ face structures and specific hair types.
• Apply makeup such as base, eyeliner, and mascara to enhance facial features.
• Aesthetically install false eyelashes and wigs.
• Provide advice regarding skin and hair care so that customers can look after their beauty needs at home.
• Indulge in suggestive selling by providing information about salon products and their uses.
• Take and process payments for services rendered and ensure that any due change is tendered.
ULTA Beauty, Salt Lake City, UT | 11/2010 to 6/2011
• Welcomed customers and provided them with information on the salon’s services.
• Interviewed customers to determine their specific beauty needs and provided them with information on how to meet them.
• Assisted in creating and implementing plans of action to help customers meet their particular needs.
• Prepared treatments rooms by ensuring that they are clean and sanitized and that all needed products and instruments are available.
• Assisted beauticians in performing tasks such as facials, massages, and hairdos.
• Responded to telephone and in-person inquiries and set appointments.
CITY COLLEGE, Salt Lake City, UT – 2010
Diploma in Cosmetology
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