November 18, 2010
How to Become a Hair Designer
Hair designers have been around for many years. They do not necessarily have to be famous; they could simply be someone who was seen on television, or it can be a cute style that was seen on another person.
In some ways, hair designers create and perfect new hairstyles. To become a hair designer takes years of training as well as hard work and determination; the never-ending knowledge of new hair design school that will prepare one for the state exam. The training begins with attending an accredited College (Brown 10).
The processes of cutting, cleaning, coloring, styling, and arranging hair are known collectively as hairdressing (Brown 17). When the practice of hairdressing relates specifically to men and includes the grooming of beards and mustaches, it is known as barbering. These grooming practices are not limited to humans; animals such as apes, baboons, and cats clean and smooth each other’s fur with their paws and tongues (Main 7). Humans use a wide variety of tools, and attach much importance to hairdressing. Opening a salon and what courses one has to take are as much a part of hairdressing as doing the hair itself. Perhaps the hair dresser will have to manage her employers business as well, what courses must she take to prepare for such a thing? What courses must you take to become a hairdresser? (Vetica 2). Zurawski 2
Hairdressing has always been a passion for Americans. Everyday people are getting their hair done, changing the color and or style. To do this, a hairdresser must be able to inform, perform and advise the customer about their hair needs and cutting. Hairdressing is the art of cutting, setting, arranging, and caring for the hair. Women and men style their hair to improve their appearance and for comfort. A different hairstyle can alter a person’s appearance more than almost any other physical change. Hairdressing can accent good...
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