Barbing: Hairdressing and Hair

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GODFREY OKOYE UNIVERSITY ENUGU
UGWOMU-NIKE, PMB 01014 ENUGU, ENUGU STATE

A PROJECT PAPER

ON

“BARBERING / HAIR CUT”

PRESENTED BY:

BARBERING & PRINTING GROUP

COURSE CODE: GST 206

COURSE: ENTREPRENEURSHIP STUDY

DATE: 27/7/2012

LECTURERS: PRO. NWANDIALOR AND MRS. MOUNANU

TABLE OF CONTENT

Report ……………………………………………………………..3
Members ………………………………………………………….4
History of barbering……………………………………………….5
Basic tools for barbering…………………………………………..6
Uses of barbering tools………………………………………...7-10
How to use a clipper……………………………………………..11
The processes of barbing……………………………..............12-15
Seven basic barbering tips……………………………………16-17
Feasibility study of barbering………………………………...18-20
Reference:

REPORT
We the entire members of group nine, here by bring to the notice of whom it may concern, that we have successfully carried out our skill acquisition project on the topic “HAIR CUT.”

This project was possible as a result of much research carried out by the active participation and contribution by every member of the group.

We, indeed, passed through a lot of challenges during the process but, thanks to Almighty God that made it a successful one.

We will truly appreciate it, if our project work receives a favourable consideration.

….. ……………………. …....…………………….
EGBO UGONNA BEST OKONKWO EMEKA
GROUP LEADER (1) GROUP LEADER (2)

ATTACHED ARE OUR MEMBERS AND WORK OF GROUP NINE

MEMBERS

|NAMES |REG. NO |DEPT |
|OKONKWO EMEKA |GOU/10/0349 |B/F |
|UZOEFUNA CASMIR CHIMA |GOU/10/0255 |BIOCH |
|ODENIGBO EMEKA S. |GOU/10/0408 |BUS.

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