Monday, 29 March 2021 16:20

Aesthetician Entrepreneurship: Legal Requirements & Liabilities of Aestheticians Seeking Renters

Written by   Courtney Sykes

Aesthetician entrepreneurs in 2021 and beyond are looking for different ways to work smarter, not harder. Going into business ownership,territories are unknownleaving aestheticians yearning for more. They desire more information, better coaching, and outlined layouts to ensure they are covering all their bases. Aesthetician entrepreneurship doesn’t have to be scary or daunting. Anyone can do it with sheer tenacity, financial acumen (which can be learned), and willpower to continue on in the face of hardships.

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Courtney Sykes is the Chief Administrative Officer of Southeastern Esthetics Institute and licensed aesthetics instructor in South Carolina. Sykes also is the creator of Courtney Sykes Molecular Anit-Aging, a clinical skin care line for consumers and professionals. Her passion lies in creating real change in the aesthetics industry, assisting her students to obtain gainful employment, and make a difference in the lives of their clients. Sykes specializes in a science-based approach to skin health and education. Her primary focus is chemical peels, laser treatments, eyelash extensions, micropigmentation, and cosmetic lasers. Her background in medical spa management has led her to nationally-accredit the largest, licensed aesthetics school in South Carolina – Southeastern Esthetics Institute. 

 

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