Meet the @Sandton Spa Team: Motaung Tiny

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Motaung Tiny is a 34-year-old beauty therapist with a certificate in Technical Therapy Level 5 (Advanced Wax with Depelieve). Her mantra in life is “I am evolving,” and this is reflected in her love for beauty and her passion for helping people. She has been in the industry for ten years now and continues to evolve and grow as a therapist.

Currently, Motaung works with a group of qualified and mature therapists who are well-seasoned in the industry and have the experience and capabilities of handling any challenges and working well under pressure.

Motaung’s favorite part of her job is meeting new people from all over the world and seeing her client’s faces light up after receiving their wonderful @Sandton Spa treatments inc. She feels honored knowing that she is the reason behind their smile.

When it comes to beauty products, Motaung loves Lilian Terry from her own positive personal experience with the products. She went through depression in 2021 after the hard lockdown, and using Lilian Terry Better Day help her cope with her depression.

However, Motaung acknowledges that there are still common misconceptions in the beauty industry. For example, people believe that facial treatments and products are only meant for white people, and that manicures are only for women. She disagrees and believes that everyone deserves to look and feel beautiful, regardless of their skin color or gender.

To stay up-to-date with the latest trends in the industry, Motaung follows a number of beauty houses on Instagram and attends beauty expos. She also shared a heartwarming experience she had with a client who was insecure about her body. After helping her lose about 20kg, the client regained her confidence and has a whole new approach to life.

Motaung’s advice to aspiring beauty therapists is to learn beyond what they were taught in university or college. They should learn how to be a jake of all trades within the industry by learning how to make sales, and sell treatments, memberships, we well as products. Relying solely on a basic salary can lead to hating the job, and selling can help therapists make a real difference in their lives.

Motaung’s story shows how the beauty industry is an opportunity filled industry. She dreams of opening her own beauty shop where she can offer nails, lashes, IV trips, and facials. These are trending treatments that are drawing clients in and she plans to take advantage of this opportunity and make a great investment. Motaung’s passion for beauty and helping people is truly inspiring to all aspiring beauty therapists.

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