Hairdressing by Emma McCool

Hairdressing entails : Cutting and styling , Washing hair, Perming , Consultation and colouring hair

The positive and negatives things about being a hairdressers is : You get to serve different clients and work with a lot of people . Cosmetologists spend most of their time on their feet, which can lead to pain in the feet, legs and lower back. Hairdressers are generally nice people to be around, and after a little while if you’re at the right salon you will find the people you’re working with to be one of the main reasons you enjoy coming into work every day.

How much money does hairdressers make ? A starter hairdresser make £14,000 . A experienced: £14,000 to £20,000

What GCSE do you need for hairdressing?

Hairdressing doesn't need any direct GCSEs, but most training courses and employers require you to have basic Math’s, science and English (C Grades)

how many hours do you work for ? You'll usually work up to 40 hours a week, between 9am and 6pm. This would usually include Saturdays with a day off in the week. Some salons open late on weekday evenings.

3 famous hairdressers I found out are : Una White , Lee Stafford and Kenneth Battelle


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