Cosmetic Services Technician

The beauty services technician is responsible for performing various beauty treatments such as make-up, pedicure, manicure or facial treatments, and taking care of the equipment and cosmetics for the treatments.

The study lasts 2 years (4 semesters) and takes place in the extramural mode.

Code (digital symbol of the profession): 514207


  • Performs cosmetic diagnosis of clients;
  • performs beauty and cosmetic treatments of the whole body, face, hands and feet, etc.;;
  • provides cosmetic advice; keeps accounts with clients;
  • takes care of the appearance of the workplace; maintains the condition of work tools in accordance with sanitary and epidemiological standards;
  • keeps abreast of current techniques of performing cosmetic and beauty treatments.

Job tasks:

  • conducting an interview with the client to identify the client’s needs and expectations, allergies and other relevant factors relevant to the performance of cosmetic procedures and determining contraindications to the performance of skin care and beauty treatments;
  • recognising skin type and diagnosing the condition of the skin and its appendages, including recognition of pathological changes on the skin in order to determine appropriate methods of care, taking into account the principles for prevention of skin diseases
  • sourcing of raw materials and cosmetic preparations appropriate to the treatments performed, including the preparation of cosmetic preparations according to the prescription;
  • preparing the client for a given procedure, including inter alia: securing the client’s clothing, familiarising the client with the individual activities to be performed during the procedure, informing the client of the possible contraindications and side effects of the procedure, etc.; carrying out the following tasks
  • selecting and applying methods, cosmetic preparations, apparatus, tools and utensils to perform specific cosmetic procedures
  • carrying out care and beauty treatments of the face, neck, decolletage, the whole body, hands and feet;
  • observing the principles of aseptics and antiseptics and applying sanitary and epidemiological regulations while performing cosmetic procedures;
  • using various sources of information on performing cosmetic procedures in order to improve knowledge and professional skills; – using computer programmes to support performance of tasks
  • use of computer programmes supporting the performance of tasks
  • observing the principles of ethics, ergonomics, occupational safety and hygiene, and applying the law on fire protection and environmental protection.

Additional professional tasks:

  • familiarising clients with the latest developments in aesthetic medicine;
  • organising and directing the work of small staff teams and managing a beauty salon;
  • undertaking and running a business in the field of cosmetic services.