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    Default How To Best Establish A Hair Dressing Business

    The topic of hair has always been a sensitive and with this arises the need of people to better take care of themselves.

    I am just wondering whether advanced education is a vital requirement if a person is to start such a business? Can I just use the basic knowledge I have?

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    I do not believe you can just start cutting people's hair. I am pretty sure there is an organization you have to get some type of certificate with. The business end of it doesn't require education, but it helps.

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    Your query is how to best establish a hair dressing business. I think it would be best to learn the basics of business management as well as the basics of hair cutting and hair care. It won't succeed if you know very little about the business and about running a business.

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    I think you can start hair dressing business if you have any of following.
    -Gain an NVQ
    -Degree or Diploma in hair dressing
    -Become an apprentice in a salon

    I think following are equally important when doing a hair dressing business.
    -First decide whether you are interested in the hair dressing work.
    -Is there a market for your business?
    -Do you have enough money to run the business?

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    Before you start your new business, you need to consider your options, do your research and plan ahead.

    Can your idea work?

    To accurately predict your chances of success, you need to evaluate your business idea. Below are some strategies to help you assess the viability of your business idea.

    7 steps to business success

    Many new businesses (50-80%) fail in their first 3 years of operation because of poor planning and management. Our 7 steps to business success guide helps you assess your business environment, market conditions, operations and finances to determine whether your business will succeed.

    -Source: Setting up a hairdressing and beauty services business | Queensland Government

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    Thanks.

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    The competition is high in this business. All are beauty conscious and like to spend more time and money to see beautiful/handsome and maintain them selves. Hair dresser is one of them.

    Hair dresser business is a profitable business but giving customer satisfaction is very important. Education is not mandatory for this. If you go for it, it will be better but not necessary. Practically what you are doing that is important.

    1. So first you think you are best for this business and make strong your confident.
    2. Then go for land, money, instrument for hair dresser.
    3. After this you should update with latest hair style introduce in market and acceptable by young generation.
    4. Analise on these new style and find what style should appropriate for which face (Personality of the customer also be taken in to consideration)
    5. We go for some innovative hair design.
    6. Try to give better service to your customer and try to get good feed back.
    7. Finally create some awareness program to enhance your business.

    Then you will able to be a successful hair dresser. Best of luck

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    My mums friend owns a beauty salon and she said she started through another company. It is not the ideal approach but it works. You get a fan base and save. Get people who come in and request you. When they find out you are leaving, they will want to know where you are going and you will have a base of loyal customers to start with.

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