If you want to learn how to become a hairdresser, the best place to start is at home. Taking the time to become a hairdresser is a lot of work and it requires schooling. Before you spend money and time on something that may not be the best job for you, practice your current skills at home. Your friends and family are the perfect people to try out new designs and see if you enjoy doing hair. If you find yourself doing a good job and having fun, it’s a good time to take the next step in how to become a hairdresser.
It would be true to say that not everyone would like to do hairdressing for a living, yet there are many people who would like to own the skills of hairdressing, even if it was only for their personal use. There are a few DVD courses in hairdressing available to suit these needs and some are definitely worth a closer look.
Over dinner with friends a conversation came up about the fact that there seems to be a sudden expansion of portable hairdresser salons operating all over the place. As a hairdresser in my youth I thought I would look it up where I live so when I was next in town I visited many Maidenhead Hairdressers that I knew from the old days and asked the question.
When I go to the hairdressers (or rather when she comes to me- she’s mobile you see) I put my trust, and hair, in her “capable” hands. For the 30 or so minutes she takes on my hair, I have no control of that goes on (and that scares me!) I’ve heard so many shocking stories about hairdressing disasters which I shall share with you, so you don’t end up a victim of ruined hair because of your negligent hairdresser! But if you are one of these poor, unfortunate people, then read on and I will try to help you with any problems or answer any questions your need to know. ENJOY!