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Author Topic: How to become a hairstylist/hairdresser?  (Read 842 times)

kittehdoll

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How to become a hairstylist/hairdresser?
« on: January 19, 2012, 10:52:44 AM »
I'm really fascinated sa mga hairstylists parang ang sarap ng work nila
and i love styling my hair a lot' i think i'll enjoy this job.
Anyone knows how to start in hairstyling and be professional?
Rewarding naman kaya tong job na ito, i dont expect much naman
gusto ko kasi maenjoy ko ginagawa ko.
i just want to know more about it bago ako mag enroll sa haircutting course.

Dyuan

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Re: How to become a hairstylist/hairdresser?
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2012, 11:04:23 AM »
yes sis, you may start enrolling sa mga ganung courses, like Reyes hair cutters, loreal, ricky reyes. mejo meron din kamahalan ang price, but don't know exactly ang rate? i used to work kasi sa salon before so talagang i  respect yung magagaling gumawa ng hairdo, sa abraod kasi, like [textspeak!] mga hair style ni pokwang, mahirap gawin, [textspeak!] share mo na lang sis pag kinarir mo na yan

 

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