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Hair Cutting

Hair Cutting

With this program you will learn essential, modern and advanced standard techniques in hair cutting and the most recent trends for men, women and children.

Hair cutting provide a broad variety of beauty services, such as shampooing, cutting, and styling of hair. A professional in this program recommend customers on how to care for their hair at home. In addition, they may be trained to give manicures, pedicures, and scalp and facial treatments; provide makeup analysis; and clean and style wigs and hairpieces.


You will require between 1,500 and 1,800 hours for concluding this program. Some states will allow a certain number of apprenticeship hours as an option to attendance a school. Once you finish the required hours, your next step is graduation.

Work hours are usually a 40-hour workweek, however overtime or split shifts may be required for some corporations.

Job opportunities

Hair cutting professionals typically start out as salon workers. Your options comprise working for a privately owned salon or spa or for a salon that is part of a national chain or contract. Each of these settings offers its own selection of benefits, compensation and training programs, and you are sure to find a good match for your professional preferences.

Once you have built consumers and developed your skills and your time, there are lots of interesting opportunities.


The salary can vary depending on part of the country you work. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, a hair cutting professional earn up to $41,290 a year.


Training costs for a Hair Cutting program range between $6,500 and $10,000.

The program duration is broken up into both technical classroom instruction and applied effort for practical operations. You will receive traditional classroom training; however, the greater part of training is learned through real life experience with customers. This system offers an exceptional learning experience that prepares students with a tangible background of practical hands-on training directly related to the cosmetology industry.

Many hair cutting professionals start their careers by apprenticing under a skilled stylist for a year or two after they graduate from school. Apprenticeship is a great method to expand your skills and learn the practical details of working in a beauty salon.

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