Bio Sculpture Technician Spotlight - Helen Oliver

Introducing Helen Oliver of Bespoke Beauty, our Technician Spotlight for March




Why did you decide to start a career in nails? 

I decided to start a career in nails because I have a flair for creativity, an eye for detail and love working with people.




What made you choose Bio Sculpture?

I chose Bio Sculpture as I appreciate the holistic approach to nail care. It is the only company that I could find that looks after the natural nail. I love the array of colours to choose from.



Why does a career as a manicurist suit you more than your previous career?

I have always been into beauty and started off my career in a beauty salon. My preferred treatment is nails. I wanted to take my career to another level and become a self - employed mobile beauty therapist/nail technician. Although I still cover all aspects of beauty my specialised treatment is Bio Sculpture nails.

This suits me more as I get to enjoy using my creative flair every day and being mobile gives me the flexibility to work around my family.



What is your favourite Bio Sculpture colour?

I love all of the many Bio Sculpture colours, especially Beauty Of Perfection for the winter and Fruity Tooty for the summer. I have just received the new Dreamers Collection and I can’t wait to try them out. Especially looking forward to seeing how Snowflake Frosting looks as I have never seen a colour like it.



What are your top three tips for someone wanting to make a career change and become a manicurist?

I have recently encouraged my friend to train in Bio Sculpture and my three top tips for her were:  

To attend as many courses as you can to gain the most knowledge and experience.
Practice, practice, practice.
Be passionate about what you are doing, enjoy it and have fun.



How many hours a week do you work?

I work around 35 hours a week.



How do you find your clients?

All my clients are word of mouth although recently I have started to use social media to show off my work and I am hoping to build on this in the future.

To book an appointment with Helen Oliver visit her Facebook page Bespoke Beauty