On Becoming a Hairdresser (4)Previous Page
There are careers as instructors: both in schools or perhaps by starting your own school. You could also get work as a representative for a product company and demonstrate the uses of various products to salons and other professionals.
If you are service-oriented, you might use your trade with hospice or persons suffering from severe or long-term illnesses in order to help them look and feel as good as they can. Some people even opt to work with the dead to provide hair and make-up services for funeral services and bereaved families.
The possibilities are truly endless. There are specializations and specialties that are too numerous to count. The only limits are your imagination and the requirements and laws where you live that govern professional services.
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