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Where Are They Now? Triana Jordan

Welcome to "Where Are They Now?", a series that follows the journey of individuals who have attended one of our courses and how they have applied the skills and knowledge gained with us in their professional and personal lives. We believe that learning is a lifelong journey, and we take pride in knowing that our program has had a positive impact on the lives of our attendees.

Triana Jordan

What were you doing before you got into aesthetics?

Prior to getting into aesthetics, I worked in various settings. Home Health Care, Long Term Care, Urgent Care, and even as a Nursing Clinical Instructor.

What inspired you to pursue a career in aesthetics?

I have had a love for aesthetics for a long time. Working in the home health care setting you come across a lot of different people. In this setting I found so many people that were so internally beautiful but did not feel that way on the outside which was such a shame. I have personally delt with insecurities, so I most definitely relate to these feelings. I wanted to help people see what me and so many other people seen in them, aesthetics was a way to do that.

Why did you choose The Confidence Lab's training program?

I researched many training programs before choosing The Confidence Lab. I spoke with many people on the phone and when I spoke with the staff at The Confidence Lab they were by far the most informative and personable. I wanted to train where I would gain the most knowledge, build lasting relationships, and be treated as an individual. The Confidence Lab delivered just that!

What is your favorite aspect of working in the field of aesthetics?

My favorite aspect of working in the field of aesthetics is meeting different people, hearing their stories, and restoring their confidence. There is nothing better than watching your client come to tears of joy!

What are you doing now?

I own a boutique Medspa called Unmasked Aesthetics. My slogan is “Unmasking Beauty and Confidence!” I am still training as I will always be a student and hope to come back to The Confidence lab soon!

What advice would you give to those considering a career in this field?

Know your limitations, never stop training, and find a mentor.  Build a community not competition!


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