Become a Hair Stylist

BECOMING A PROFESSIONAL HAIR STYLIST AT HAIR SCHOOL IN WILKES-BARRE

To many women, their hair stylist is a confidant, a friend, and the only person they’d trust in helping them look their best. As a professional stylist, you will have this treasured role, making a living by increasing the beauty and self-confidence of your clients everyday.

Before you can begin making a difference in peoples’ lives, however, you need to get the proper training. At the hair school in Wilkes-Barre, students train for careers as stylists, color specialists, salon owners and cosmetology school instructors. As both a licensed and accredited hair school, the Wilkes-Barre academy meets Pennsylvania’s cosmetology licensing requirements and provides students with the knowledge they’ll need to pass their licensing examination. Through a combination of theoretical and hands-on coursework, you’ll receive a solid foundation on which to build your hair stylist career after graduation.

Hair School Curriculum

Sure, you’ll learn how to handle a pair of shears and learn coloring techniques, but there is a lot more to a cosmetology training program, as well. As a student training to become a hair stylist at the Wilkes-Barre hair school, you can expect a thorough education in sanitation, hygiene, disease control, state regulations, trichology and basic anatomy and physiology. Other topics covered in depth include:

  • Shampoo/Scalp Analysis. Scalp massage, scalp conditioning services and the identification of common scalp conditions will be included in your hair school curriculum.
  • Hair Styling. From determining the appropriate hair style for a client based on face shape and hair texture, to wet styling and thermal styling, you’ll receive classroom and hands-on coursework in different styling techniques.
  • Hair cutting. You’ll spend many hours working on mannequins and on clients in the student clinic to perfect your hair cutting techniques. As you train to become a hair stylist, you’ll learn how to thin and texturize hair, how to use clippers properly, and how to create a variety of common cuts.
  • Hair coloring. From preparing the hair for color, to the effects of color on the hair structure and natural color of hair, you’ll learn about the chemistry behind hair color and practice applying it extensively. Training in hair coloring techniques will include highlighting, tinting, bleaching and full color applications.

This comprehensive program of study is designed to give students at the Wilkes-Barre campus the best possible start to their careers. All classes are taught by experienced hair stylist instructors who not only know the industry well, but are passionate about helping every student succeed.

 

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