Cambodia’s beauty practitioners don’t have licensing requirements to meet. They must develop the necessary skills, however, to satisfy client needs.
Hairstylists don’t need to secure a license to become practitioners in Cambodia. Skills are what the country requires from them to provide quality hair services.
Makeup aspirants with a degree or who have completed high school are all able to practise in the country. They don’t have regulations for licenses, so skilled workers are welcome in the industry.
Beauty therapists are also considered waxing techs, facialists and lash techs. Since the country has no rules for practising beauty specialists, anyone can try and become a professional.
Barbers may or may not have professional training to work in the industry. They are unregulated, allowing aspirants without a license to explore barbering opportunities.
Nail technicians are also free of any laws for licenses. The country only expects practitioners to possess the appropriate skills to become successful.
Massage therapists can begin their careers after high school. They only need the skills to practise relaxation massage and meet clients’ needs.