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Best Esthetician Books To Read

Until you’ve consumed all of the best Esthetician books, can you even claim to be a true fan?

Your Esthetics Coach (2015)

 Best Esthetician Books To ReadLEARN the 6 Steps to Becoming a Successful Esthetician Behind the Chair The skin care industry is a rapidly growing and exciting industry to be a part of. As the industry expands, the need for highly trained Estheticians is at an all-time high. It takes a lot of hard work, time, education and training, with the right “tableside manner” to be successful in this extremely competitive industry.
Author(s): Karla Keene

Esthetician On A Mission Business Building Workbook (2019)

 Best Esthetician Books To ReadWhether you are an Esthetics student, just starting out, been an Esthetician for years, or wherever you happen to be on your Esthetics journey, and whatever challenges you are facing right now, the exercises in this workbook will help you create an action plan and a clear career path for your life and your business.
Author(s): JoElle Lee

The Skincare Bible: Your No-Nonsense Guide to Great Skin (2018)

 Best Esthetician Books To Read‘I now feel safe in the knowledge that I’m armed with the latest science-backed information about how to care for my skin’ Chloe Brotheridge, author of The Anxiety Solution We all know that taking good care of our skin is the key to any effective health and beauty regime. But with so much conflicting information out there, the path to healthy skin can seem far from clear.
Author(s): Anjali Mahto

The Skin Care Answer Book (2010)

 Best Esthetician Books To ReadIn over two decades of practice, the author has been asked hundreds of questions by clients, as well as estheticians. Now the SKIN CARE ANSWER BOOK provides concise, quick answers to the most-asked consumer skin care questions and will help educate licensed estheticians and clients alike about their individual skin types. It is written in easy language and is set up in a Q & A format, organized in chapters by subject so that it is easy to navigate.
Author(s): Mark Lees

The Beauty Industry Survival Guide: A Salon Professional’s Handbook (2014)

 Best Esthetician Books To ReadMy name is Tina Alberino and I wrote this book to save you. This is not another lame book full of recycled beauty business advice. This book serves as the literary equivalent of a kick in the ass and a punch to the throat. You hold in your hands a raw depiction of the true nature of this industry and a compendium of harsh lessons. The vast majority of these lessons aren’t taught in schools and don’t appear in textbooks; they’re learned through experience—often in a way that is less-than-gentle.
Author(s): Tina Alberino

Aesthetics Exposed: Mastering Skin Care in a Medical Setting and Beyond (2014)

 Best Esthetician Books To ReadDo you own a skin care business or are you an esthetician wishing for new opportunities? Discover the business, treatments and skills needed to work in a medical setting.Estheticians have an increased value to the medical profession now more than ever. The role of the esthetician in a clinical setting be it surgical consultation, medi-spa, or general practice office is a fast-growing one.
Author(s): Terri A. Wojak LE, Brian W. Budzynski, et al.

The Esthetician’s Guide To Outstanding Esthetics!: Proven Techniques From Today’s Industry Icons (2017)

 Best Esthetician Books To Read17 professional skincare brains together in one book, opening the doors on their career paths, treatment beliefs and keys to excellence. If you’re licensed, know that we speak your language, we’ve got the t-shirt and we know where you’re coming from because we share your path.
Author(s): Beth Kenerson

Eat Pretty: Nutrition for Beauty, Inside and Out (Nutrition Books, Health Journals, Books about Food, Beauty Cookbooks) (2014)

 Best Esthetician Books To Read—Ann Louise Gittleman, Ph.D., CNS, and New York Times bestselling author Nutrition is the fastest-rising beauty trend around the world. Eat Pretty simplifies the latest science and presents a user-friendly program for gorgeous looks, at any age, that last a lifetime. Buzzwords like antioxidants, biotin, and omega-3s are explained alongside more than 85 everyday foods, each paired with their specific beauty-boosting benefit: .
Author(s): Jolene Hart

How to Make a Million Dollars as an Esthetician: The Secret Formula to Success Revealed! (2015)

 Best Esthetician Books To ReadEstheticians are millionaires waiting to happen. Each and every esthetician has the capability of becoming a millionaire through various business opportunities. This book, “How to Make a Million Dollars as an Esthetician” depicts the opportunities available to estheticians that compliment their core business services.
Author(s): D.K. Callahan

The Microblading Bible (2016)

 Best Esthetician Books To Read<imgsrc=”http://bit.ly/TheMicrobladingBible”align=”left”> The Microblading Bible is a clear step by step instruction manual. Unlike other texts in the permanent makeup field, The Microblading Bible focuses solely on the microblading technology. This book will take you to in-depth discussions about important topics like which blades to use, numbing creams, skin pigment and undertones, brow measurements and much more. Often used in microblading trainings.
Author(s): Corinne Asch

The Esthetician’s Guide to Outstanding Esthetics Volume 2: Technical Know How from Today’s Industry Icons (2018)

 Best Esthetician Books To ReadThe Estheticians Guide to Outstanding Esthetics Volume 2 is the second in a series of Anthology books for the beauty industry by Shelley Hancock. Volume 2 is technical where as volume 1 is inspirational.
Author(s): Shelley Hancock

The Estheticians Guide to Outstanding Esthetics Vol II: Technical Know-How from Today’s Industry Icons (2018)

 Best Esthetician Books To ReadAs skin care professionals, we are frequently presented with clients’ skin concerns relating to hyperpigmentation disorders, or the uneven distribution of visible melanin in the skin. The source of this spotty disarray can be a combination of factors, with sun exposure being universally recognized as a primary cause. Evidence of adolescent inflammatory acne may be present decades later, compounding damage from new breakouts at the onset of mid-life.
Author(s): Michael Q. Pugliese, Shelley Hancock, et al.

Best Esthetician Books to Read

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some esthetician books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Lesson Plans for Milady's Standard Textbook for Professional Estheticians

Author(s): K. Young, Gerson
ID: 533626, Publisher: , Year: 1998, Size: 770 Kb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not final. Some books are truly record-breakers according to Chicago Tribune, others are composed by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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