Are you ready to take your aesthetician career to the next level or maybe just looking for a change of pace? Well, the cool thing about this moment in time is that being an aesthetician doesn't just mean giving facials anymore. It can mean offering virtual consultations, an online store, and virtual treatments. It can mean sharing your knowledge to consumers, as well as your experience to the esty world. This can be done by starting a YouTube channel or podcast.
After I spent many years growing my aesthetic skills, clientele, my business, and then Instagram, I started to get flooded with questions about the who, what, where, when, why, of everything I was using on my clients and in the treatment room. I felt like I needed to voice, share and answer the questions I was getting asked by mostly aestheticians. I thought that doing a longer video or audio response would be my best option to share my opinions and knowledge with the world. That is when I decided to pull the trigger on starting a podcast. I chose to start with podcasting because it seemed a little less intimidating, and podcasting was on the rise. If you find yourself at this crossroad, here are a few ways to know you are ready to jump into the world of YouTube or podcasting.
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Kasey Boone has always had a passion for the beauty industry. After working as an aesthetician in the treatment room for over 15 years, she now has a passion to create fun, versatile tools that can be used in and out of the treatment room. She has created the amazingly soft and easy-to-use Glow Towels, Glow Skincare Cold Roller, Mini Cold Roller, and more. When Boone is not creating skin care tools or treating her clients, she is working on her new magazine and podcast, Skin and the City.