Join our professional network of mobile therapists. We’re currently recruiting MUA’s, lash queens, nail tech’s, brow professionals and spray tanners from across the region.
Simply select your locations, services and availability.
Yes. All of our therapists are required to provide and use their own equipment and products for each appointment. For applicable treatments such as LVL’s and waxing, therapists are required to bring a massage bed with them.
Yes. We are passionate about providing our customers with the most premium and professional products on the market. For gel nails we have an approved list of systems and formulas which include Shellac, Gelish, GelBottleInc and OPI Gel Color.
For more information about whether your chosen service requires a particular product, please visit our online application.
Yes. We do reccomend that our therapists purchase Bloom’s professional insurance. Our insurance is available exclusively to our technicians. We have had a unique coverage drafted to allow all of our professionals to complete treatments with peace of mind and the appropriate protection.
Not at all. All of our technicians are completely freelance and you decide how little or often you would like to work. Whether you’d like to commit full time and take advantage of all the associated benefits or simply top up a salon salary, we accept either approach.
Currently we do not have a set uniform. However, all appointments should be completed wearing smart, black clothing for upmost professionalism.
Due to the freelance nature of Bloom you are not obliged to accept every booking that comes your way. If you would like to turn down a booking don’t worry, simply decline the request and it will be reallocated.
Registering with Bloom, reaching new clients and boosting your portfolio is free, we simply take a small percentage from each booking to cover our administration and ongoing software costs.
Earning more as a freelance beautician with Bloom is as simple as one, two, three. Simply select your locations, services and availability and accept or decline jobs as they come in.