After attending beauty school and getting a cosmetology license, many beauty professionals specialize in one area and become extremely skilled. For example, they might focus solely on becoming the best at coloring hair. If you enjoy nothing more than transforming blah brown into bright chestnut, this could be your ideal beauty career.
Did you ever notice how the stars in Hollywood look equally amazing as blondes or brunettes? That’s because their colorist knew exactly which shade to choose to suit their skin tone and hair type.
At The Hair Design School, you’ll learn and master techniques to meet every hair color challenge and opportunity to create beauty. Maybe you want to be the hair color star in a larger salon. You’ll need to be able to pick the right color and apply the perfect highlights for each client.
Many salons offer unique coloring services. They may color hair pink or bright blue. They might appeal to the music industry where hair is a big part of the musician’s stage presence. Do you see yourself in this environment as a beauty school graduate? If you’re edgy and always looking for the next big trend, you might love to be a hair colorist.
You might also consider working for a hair color company, maybe even one you see advertised on TV.
More questions to ponder…
- How do you know you want to be a hair colorist? If you find yourself thinking about which color would be best for the people you come across, that’s a good sign.
- Do you want to know about all the coloring products, which work best and how to use them?
- Do your favorite classes involve plenty of highlighting? Do you love to think outside the box about different ways that color can be applied to hair? You probably practice on your own hair, too. It’s one color one week, blonde the next, then who knows?
Contact Us to start your career as a hair colorist.