Friday, August 24, 2007

Part 4 of the Industry Outlook Series: Today's Focus is on Barbers and Cosmetologists


Well it's almost Friday at 5! I'm happy to report it has been another great week over at the Employment Guide here in Orlando. We are gearing up for the Older Workers Job Fair on October 4th and our Guide to Careers publication. We are proud that every week we have an amazing product for Central Florida job seekers to view both in print and online.

I wanted to end the week with Part 4 of our industry outlook series. The focus is on barbers and cosmetologists. Take a sneak peak at the article below:

Barbers and cosmetologists, also called hairdressers and hairstylists, provide hair care services to enhance the appearance of consumers. Other personal appearance workers, such as manicurists and pedicurists, shampooers, and skin care specialists provide specialized services that help clients look and feel their best. Barbers cut, trim, shampoo, and style hair. They also fit hairpieces and offer scalp treatments and facial shaving. In many States, barbers are licensed to color, bleach, or highlight hair and to offer permanent-wave services. Many barbers also provide skin care and nail treatments. Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists offer beauty services, such as shampooing, cutting, coloring, and styling hair. They may advise clients on how to care for their hair, how to straighten their hair or give it a permanent wave, or how to lighten or darken their hair color. In addition, cosmetologists may be trained to give manicures, pedicures, and scalp and facial treatments; provide makeup analysis; and clean and style wigs and hairpieces. A number of workers offer specialized services. Manicurists and pedicurists, called nail technicians in some States, work exclusively on nails and provide manicures, pedicures, coloring, and nail extensions to clients. Another group of specialists is skin care specialists, or estheticians, who cleanse and beautify the skin by giving facials, full-body treatments, and head and neck massages and by removing hair through waxing. Electrologists use an electrolysis machine to remove hair. Finally, in some larger salons, shampooers specialize in shampooing and conditioning hair.


For the full feature article be sure to visit the EmploymentGuide.com . Be sure to pick up our new print issues starting every Sunday night or search our online site. For any questions regarding the site or this issue reply to this post or send over an email to greg.rollett@employmentguide.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible!

Have a great weekend and happy job hunting Orlando!

-Greg Rollett

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