What Does a Hairdresser/ Hairstylists Do?

Hair Dressing

Hairdressing is the action, custom, or process of washing, cutting, curling, or arranging hair, practiced by men and women from ancient times to the present. Hairstylists offer a wide range of hair services, such as shampooing, cutting, trimming, coloring, and styling hair in order to enhance or maintain a customer’s appearance.

Before starting any appointment, they ask what style or color the client is thinking of getting, and will then assess physical features, type of hair, and lifestyle so as to best advice if that style choice would work for them. Hairdressing is a reputable and well-established career that is attractive to many because of its high demand and flexibility.

What Does a Hairdresser/ Hairstylists Do?

Hairdresser/ Hairstylists:

  • Style and clean wigs
  • Cut, dry, and style hair
  • Wash, color, lighten, and condition hair
  • Clean and disinfect all tools and work area
  • Recommend hair care products to customers
  • Manage billing and electronic record keeping
  • Analyze hair, and scalp to recommend beauty treatment


Course Duration

Combine in-class & hands-on training to learn; Introduction to Hair Dressing, consultation, Draping, Shampooing, Conditioning, Blow-styling, Barbering (Level, Bald style, Box style, Fade cut style, Mohawk style, Simple hair tattooing styles), Plaiting, braiding, crocheting, Dreadlocks – (installation, retouch) Hair setting and styling, Chemical – (caustic hair chemical), Basic weaving, Hair color – (Temporally and semi-permanent hair colors), Communication skills, Entrepreneurship skills, Employability skills

Combine in-class & hands-on training to learn; Introduction to Hairdressing, Reception, Consultation, Tricology, Draping, Shampooing, Conditioning, Blow-styling, Thermal styling, Hair Setting and Styling, Barbering -(bald style, level style, box style, fade style, Mohawk style, scissor over comb, clipper over comb, Creative hair tattooing styles), Plaiting, braiding and crocheting, weaving, Dreadlocks – (installation, retouch, sister locks, instant locs, micro locks), Hair color – (temporally, Semi- permanent, quassy, permanent, bleaching and toning), Chemical – (caustic and thio hair chemical), Communication skills, Entrepreneurship skills, Employability skills, Salon management

You must complete the ten monthly diploma courses so that you can proceed to this level. It’s a combination of in-class & hands-on training to learn; Introduction to cosmetology, creative Plaiting and braiding, locs crafting, Artificial locs, locs cleansing, Hair coloring – (creative application of crazy Permanent hair color, Bleaching, Toning, De-coloring, International color chart system) Haircutting – (Graduated cut, Layered cut, Fashion cut, Blunt cut, Scissor – over comb, clipper – over comb), Wig making and hair extensions, Hair bonding, Ponytail with a fringe bang and Salon management.

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