Career/Hairdresser By saoirse coulter 10h

I have already thought about doing Hairdressing because I feel relaxed and calm when I do peoples hair/make-up and nails, one of the key reasons I decided to become a hairdresser is to pursue my career/dreams that I have had for a while. Growing up, the dream to be a stylist can be quite strong and so becoming a hairdresser means my dream will become fulfilled. Working as a hairdresser, like any role, will sometimes have its downsides, but at the end of the day, a job working as a hairdresser can be both rewarding and inspiring. Not only can you help others to achieve the looks they want, but you’ll also be able to help you with your own personal career goals and work in a position that you absolutely love.

I am the type of person who likes art and design,playing music and writing. In a team project i will have lots of ideas or if i get bored i would go off and do my own thing,People often like my imaginative or creative activities, And with talent i would like to work at : Hairdressing, Acting,musician or beauty.

Since i was 5 years old I have always wanted to be a Hairdresser, I never really knew why, I just loved doing hair and when I was in Primary 6 I knew why I loved hairdressing so much it was because i feel relaxed and I love doing/learning different hairstyles.

skills required to become a hairdresser:1.The creativity to design and interpret hairstyles 2.customer service and people skills understanding and tactful approach awareness of fashion and current trends 5.willingness to learn new hairdressing techniques and methods

Salary: Starter: £14,000,Experienced: £14,000 to £20,000,Highly Experienced £30,000,Trainee hairdresser is usually based on the national minimum wage

Working hours: You usually work 40 hours a week, Between 9am to 6pm, That would usually include Saturdays with a day off in the week, Some salons open late on weekday evenings, Part time work is often available

Career path and progression: With experience you could become a senior stylist or salon manager. With suitable further qualifications, you could also move into training or assessing, You could also go freelance, Travelling to clients, Other options include wig making, Training to make up techniques and working in the theatre, Film and television industries

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