National Beautician’s Day
National Beautician’s Day is observed on June 26 of every year. Beautician is a profession who help others to take care, style and design various parts of one’s body. They are trained professionals who do services from manicures to makeup applications for both men and women. Types of the services provided by them vary with the license they possess. The license they will give will be based on the qualification of the beautician. They are also called as stylists or cosmetologists. These people bring the best look to us and make us look wonderful when necessary. Being a beautician involves ongoing learning, and it is essential for them to update themselves on current trend and style. For example, they got to be updated about the latest styles, the best products, treatments, and techniques. National Beautician’s Day is celebrated to appreciate the work of beauticians.
“And I think musicians can better run this state than politicians. And, hell, beauticians can better run the state than politicians.”- Kinky Friedman
History of National Beautician’s Day
The origin and the history of National Beautician’s Day are unknown. But it is important to be celebrated because those are the people who work in the background and gets the least credit. So it is necessary that they are thanked and appreciated on a particular day. Beauticians always work with us for a long time and many times become close to our heart. This day reminds us to be grateful for our beautician for making us look best every time needed.
Other celebrations on June 26
June 26 is also celebrated as
- National Chocolate Pudding Day
- National Canoe Day
- International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking
How to celebrate National Beautician’s Day
Celebrate this day by appreciating your beautician with a gift, flower or a card. It is significant that their talent is acknowledged on this day. By doing this, you can put a smile on your beautician’s face and make it up for all of their hard work. Just give your beautician a little attention to let them know how valuable their work is. Post pictures and share your National Beautician’s Day celebrations on social media by using the hashtag #BeauticiansDay.