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Master Esthetician Enjoys Steady Success
By: Cathy Christensen
Posted: May 26, 2010, from the June 2010 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
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With her eye on the future, Hone wants to continue her focus on education by offering apprenticeship opportunities to up-and-coming estheticians, and also would like to become more educated herself. “I feel as if a change is coming. I’m so busy with my two jobs, but I’m craving education. I love ingredients, but feel like I haven’t had time to learn about them very well. I’m also going to check out CIDESCO,” she says.
And when this inspirational spa professional needs some inspiration herself, she gets it from one of the textbooks that sits on her nightstand. “What gave me a second wake-up call was a statement in the book Advanced Professional Skin Care, Medical Edition (The Topical Agent, LLC, 2005) by Peter T. Pugliese, MD. It says, ‘Remember that you are a professional, and you must know the reasons for everything you do; otherwise, you are a nonprofessional technician.’ I know a lot of estheticians who are just going through the steps, and I just want to dive in and get more education,” shares Hone. And that is exactly what she intends to do.