Barbering industry has experienced huge growth in Ireland in 2015 and job opportunities for barbers are still growing. This means going to barber school or training and starting a new job as a barber may be a profitable career move. But how to become a successful barber? Check out these 5 useful tips from very creative and professional barber and MGI tutor Andrew Kozlov for becoming a successful barber:
1. Set your plans! Nothing can be a better idea than planning things earlier than your actual actions.
2. Before you enroll in a barber course or training, take a school tour and ask lots of questions about instructor’s experience. Make sure that groups are small enough that you’ll be able to get plenty of personalized instructions.
3. Choose a good barbering courses that focused on practice. The only one way to get comfortable doing haircuts is by performing them. You should be able to put your new skills to work by taking on real clients. Not only this will get you more comfortable with hair cutting but also will help you master your communication and customer service skills. The best barbers always make their clients feel comfortable in their chair.
4. Continuously educate and improve yourself. Learn and practice every latest and trendy style for men’s hair. Learning skills to style hair in the most popular designs is an important thing and continuous practice will make master of the job.
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5. Work with the best to be the best. Do some research and choose to be a part of the most creative and highly skilled Barber shop team.
If you want a career in barbering, then contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 01 288 28 70. Courses we offer are NOT focused on the theory but entirely hands-on and designed to prepare students for the workplace. MGI instructors are highly experienced in a modern men’s hair cutting, styles and traditional barbering. We don’t teach in a large groups, but taking an individual approach which means you will get more attention, time and advice!