There is no universal nail technician resume that you can make once and send to all companies. You have to adapt to the employer and try to make your resume fit the requirements of the job.
Mistake: the same resume for all jobs. The resume is as complete as possible: from birth and kindergarten to the names of your kids and what kind of bream you caught yesterday.
This is better: research the job, open your resume, remove irrelevant information from it (what was not asked in the job) and add what was asked. So you get a customized resume for a specific job.
Introduce yourself, state your specialization and tell briefly about yourself in any form. A few sentences are enough, as this is a formal part, which is only useful to start a conversation at the interview.
Don’t forget to write down what job you are applying for. The recruiter or supervisor may have dozens of jobs open in parallel.
Tell us where and for whom you studied. Additionally you can insert a link to certificates confirming your education – if the employer wants to check something, it will be easier to find information. In addition, the certificates will indicate that you are ready and able to learn.
Do not stack the mountain of all possible information about your training, including vocal courses or electric guitar. The question is not how much you yourself have studied, but how fit you are for the job you are going to do.
This is where you are expected to tell us about the technologies you currently own. You don’t need to chase quantity and write about everything you’ve ever worked with – the interview is judged on the quality and depth of your answers, so try to only list what you’re good at.
First, write the technologies that are most useful for your job specifically. Knowing a word processor or Windows operating system doesn’t have to be listed. But, for example, if you’re going for a backend, mastery of Linux might come in handy.
Photos and contacts
A photo on a resume will always be a plus, even if the position doesn’t involve interacting with people. A photo will make a resume personalized: it’s easier to get noticed, and a response with a photo is harder to miss or delete. But choose a portrait for your resume critically: a bad photo can ruin everything. A professional portrait photo is best, businesslike and neutral.