5 Reasons to Join the Barbering Program at Shore Beauty School
If you’re interested in gaining the technical and business skills to become a barber, and eventually want to open your own shop, Shore Beauty School offers a comprehensive Barbering Program that could put you on the path to success. Here are 5 reasons to consider enrolling.
Build Your Skills
When you train to become a barber at Shore Beauty School, you’ll learn all the latest hair cutting and shaving techniques. For example, you’ll learn fades, tapers, undercuts and more. You’ll also learn how to work with scissors, shears, thinning shears, clippers, trimmers, and straight razors. You’ll gain valuable skills and techniques that can help you prepare for licensing exams and finding your dream job.
In addition to lectures, demonstrations, and practice on mannequins, you’ll have the opportunity to work at Shore’s Beauty Clinic on live patrons. This is where theory meets practice, and you can improve your skills, speed, confidence, salesmanship, and professionalism. The Beauty Clinic gives you real-world experience, which will be invaluable when you begin your career.
Learn Business Fundamentals
Beyond the actual skills of barbering, we teach you all about the barbering business through theory and practice and provide you with the fundamentals you need to own and run your own shop. Take charge of your career and experience the freedom and flexibility that comes with owning your own business.
No Experience Necessary
Shore Beauty School cares about your success. Your experience level doesn’t matter, as our licensed instructors will guide you step-by-step through the barbering program, providing you with the knowledge and skills to take the New Jersey State Board licensure exam.
Be in Demand
Barbers are in demand as almost everyone has hair that needs to be cut regularly. You’ll develop lifelong skills you can use whenever and wherever you want, and real relationships with your clients. You can explore career opportunities that include a barbering professional in an existing shop, a hairstylist, a barber shop owner, or barbering instructor (with further education and licensing).