If you are taking a full cosmetology program, then you will likely be trained in hair care, skin care, nail care, hair removal, and various specialties including braiding, permanent makeup, and hair coloring. Most cosmetology programs also include various science courses and training in safety and hygiene. However, not all cosmetology programs include a mandatory section in salon management. If this is an optional add-on for your program, it is important that you include it in your studies, even if you are not planning to own your own salon in the near future.
9 November 2015
Perhaps you tried college and it just wasn't right for you. Or, maybe you'll be graduating from high school soon and you have no desire at all to even try college. No matter the reason for you not attending college, you may be trying to decide what to do to earn money for your future. If that's the case, here are some ideas that might help you to plan. Be An Entrepreneur - There aremillionaires who had a dream and reached that dream without having a college diploma.
2 November 2015
Does the beauty school you're considering teach you any of the business aspects you will need? You do need to know the beauty techniques, and you need hands on training. But when it's all over, you will also need to know how to get started with running your new business. Here are four things to look out for. 1. How to Choose a Location Location is important. No matter what aspect of the industry you want to practice, you will need a location that's appealing to potential clients.
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