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Introduction to Hairdressing

In the modern world where the image of professionalism is emphasized on, hairstylists are becoming more important to maintain the upkeep of an image or recommend the most fashionable haircuts that are on trend.

As a hairstylist or hairdresser, you’ll provide services to cut or style hair to change a person’s image as they desire. This is achieved through a combination of hair coloring, hair styling, and hair texture techniques.  

If you have a passion for hair and beauty and simply loved experimenting with hairstyles at a young age, then hairdressing might be the right career choice for you.

Why should you study Hairdressing?

  1. You enjoy social interaction

A perk of being a hairdresser is the social interaction. You meet new people prety much every single day. This helps to grow your network and build great relationships with customers, strengthens your interpersonal and communication skills, and helps you succed in your personal and professional life. If you enjoy being a positive impact in your customers’ lives and making them feel good about themselves, being a hairdresser will give you that fulfillment.

  1. You are creative

Hairstyling is an art form and creativity plays a big role in the process. More often than not, you’ll face requests from customers to change up a style, alter the length, or make a drastic alteration to completely change their appearance. Your ability to meet their requests depends on your creativity and innovation to create a look that will leave them feeling fabulous. 

On the other hand, you can also use your creative skills to solve professional problems. For example, a customer may come up to you asking for a fix to a haircut that went wrong. Maybe it was bad DIY decision, maybe it was in the hands of an unqualified professional. Whatever the reason, you’ll need to harness that creativity to create a style out of the mess. 

  1. You are always keeping up with the new hairdressing or beauty trends

Trends are fluid and ever-changing. As a hairdresser, you’ll need to keep up with the newest trends in town for the most stylish and fashionable hairstyles. Once you’re familiar with the pattern of trends that come and go, you can start your own signature look to stand out amongst the rest. Who knows, you might end up creating a completely new style!

  1. You can be your own boss

It’s common to start your own business and open a hair salon as a hairdresser. It’s a great way to make a name for yourself and advertise your high-quality hairstyling services. It also gives you the flexibility to work for yourself and decide when you want to work, how you want to operate, and the services you want to provide.

What will you be studying in Hairdressing?

In a hairdressing program, you will be trained in the core skills of hair cutting, coloring, professional grooming, and styling. You will also learn the skills needed to serve the customer’s needs about hair care and styling.

Aside from the basic cutting, styling and setting techniques, students will also gain practical experience by practicing on real life models to test and improve your abilities.

  • Introduction to Beauty Industry
  • Fundamentals of Hair Cutting
  • Hair & Scalp Treatment
  • Rebonding System
  • Hair Coloring
  • Fundamentals of Hair
  • Customer Service and Sales
  • Salon Operation Management

What are the job opportunities?

Contrary to what the majority of people think, there is high prospect in being a hairstylist. Students can first gain experience by working under a senior hairstylist or applying for an apprenticeship.

Once they have grasped the core knowledge of hairstyling and gained the certified qualifications, they can choose to pursue other career choices.

    • Hairstylist
    • Hair Salon Owner
    • Product Consultant
    • Scalp Specialist
    • Junior Hair Stylist

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Study Hairdressing Abroad! Duration: 2 Years Average fees: RM 2,000 to 8,000 Average Salary: RM 3,000 to 5,000 Job Demand: Low – Med Introduction

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