What are the different levels of hair stylists?

What are the different levels of hair stylists?

There are six levels:

  • Level 1 Stylist.
  • Level 2 Stylist.
  • Level 3 Stylist.
  • Level 4 Stylist.
  • Level 5 Stylist.
  • Owner & Creative Director.

What is a Level One hair stylist?

Level 1 – New Talent At this level the stylist has already graduated Cosmetology School and has been our Apprentice for 9-12 months. They are available to do basic cuts and color.

What is a level stylist?

Level 1 Stylists have a minimum of 1 year of experience, and are working on building their confidence as they sharpen their skills and evolve in their craft. They are also skilled in advanced services, such as extensive color projects and color corrections.

What is a Level 4 haircut?

Leaving 1/2 of an inch, ‘Number 4 haircut’ is the medium length – and one of the most popular choices for short hair. Ideal for people with a rounder face, it leaves a good amount of hair while still maintaining a neat and tidy hair length.

What does Level 3 hairdressing do?

You’ll develop professional-standard skills and expertise in areas such as cutting women’s hair to create a variety of looks, colouring hair and hair colour correction techniques, perming hair, styling and dressing hair, creative hairdressing design skills, and creating beautiful bridal hair.

What do you call a professional hair stylist?

The title for someone who is trained in styling hair and applying makeup is a cosmetologist. While hairstylists focus only on hair, and makeup artists focus only on makeup, cosmetologists are also trained to analyze skin including the scalp.

What is a Level 6 hair stylist?

(a) A hairdresser who holds a Certificate IV (or equivalent); or (b) A trichologist who is hairdresser and holds a Certificate IV in Trichology (or equivalent). Hair and Beauty Employee Level 6 means a beauty therapist who holds Diploma in Beauty Therapy (or equivalent).

What is the highest qualification in hairdressing?

An NVQ Level 3 will equip you with the technical and supervisory skills to be a professional hairdresser, which means that you will be considered to have a solid skillset by potential employers. This is highly desirable for all hairdressers, and essential if you’d like to move into a management role.

What can a Level 2 hairdresser do?

Provide hairdressing consultation services. Cut hair using basic techniques. Colour hair using a variety of techniques. Style and dress hair.

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