Become a Hair Stylist
Those who excel at styling hair have a passion for helping people look their best. Every client is a little different, and the stylist needs to be patient and know when to listen and provide feedback. Even hair that you've worked on before may behave differently at times. A color that seems right can be all wrong once you apply it. No two days are the same. That's what makes the trendy field of beauty so challenging. Below are some thoughts to consider:
Beauty School Students
- Many beauty school students choose to become hair stylists. They work in a salon, usually under a manager or owner. You would have your own station where you would see clients during your assigned hours.
- In many salons, you can cut, color and style hair. In other salons, you might become the color specialist or just do evening up-styles. What do you like to do best? The Hair Design School will help you do what you want.
You Can Work Anywhere
- Hair stylists can work almost anywhere. You might choose to work in a salon on a cruise ship. You could be the go to person for a local celebrity and work on a TV set. Whatever path you choose, the education you receive at The Hair Design School will empower you to succeed.
Create Your Own Path
- Hair stylists create their own path. They might work as image consultants or style hair for a non-profit homeless shelter or moms returning to work. Your skills will be in demand as a hair stylist.
You Will Have Free Time
- Most cosmetologists work part-time, so that's an option. You'd have plenty of time to pursue your other interests. You can give back to the community. You may want to further your education. It's really up to you. Beauty school just helps to get you where you want to be.