Hair braiding – intermediate opt 1
HAIR BRAIDING - INTERMEDIATE OPT 1
|Months||Week /Days||Dates||Start Time|
|January||Tues - Fri||21/01/2020 - 24/01/2020||10:30 am - 4:30 pm|
|February||Tues - Fri||11/02/2020 - 14/02/2020||10:30 am - 4:30 pm|
|March||Tues- Fri||17/03/2020 - 20/03/2020||10:30 am - 4:30 pm|
|April||Mon - Thu||27/04/2020 - 30/04/2020||10:30 am - 4:30 pm|
|May||Tues - Fri||19/05/2020 - 22/05/2020||10:30 am - 4:30 pm|
- Ghana braids -visible (BANANA CORNROW)
- Senegalese twist
- Feather tips
- Crochet braids
- Plus free business start up sessions
The course will also cover
- How to get started – running your own business
- How to market your products and services to attracts more clients
- How to run successful braiding business
- Understanding the principles of running a successful braiding business
- How to relate with client and communication techniques personal presentation and adding value to your business
- Products knowledge and how to generate extra income
Duration: 4 Days or one day per week for 4 weeks
Day and evening training session available
Instalment payment available
Accredited Diploma Certificate will be awarded
This will enable you to obtain Insurance
All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable
Hair braiding & plaiting-intermediate opt 1
Hair braiding is a big business! One of the biggest issues in growing the sector has been education, other challenges faced by the natural hair care industry is the pricing model. African-style hair braiding started more than a centuries ago. Today, braid-stylist twist, weave, lock and braid hair into different hairstyles. Braiding is a skill that has provided job opportunities for many women with lots of women earning living from hair braiding and has helped provide income for many families.
According to the Office of National Statistics (ONS), the face of Britain is becoming a face of diversity and ethnic minorities in the UK have an estimated spending power of £300 billion highlighting the incredible opportunities of new, diverse and thriving markets.
The UK has been slow to grasp these opportunities in Afro hair business. With Afro-Caribbean women reported to spend six times more than other ethnicities surely there should be more investment in this market. The Afro-Caribbean hair care market is lucrative. Globally, the Afro-Caribbean hair care market is valued at $684 million (£427 million), estimated to rise to approximately $760 million (£475 million) by 2017.
Hair braiding is an important aspect of Black female culture, so it’s not surprise that we potentially spend much money on our hair. Hair plaits and braids are integral part of Black hair culture; many Black women change their hairstyles frequently, no matter the texture.
Fake hair allows for even larger pool of hairstyle options and when used correctly, can give one’s real hair a break from manipulation and can mitigate breakage. According to Mintel reports “Nearly six out of 10 Black consumers wear a wig, weave or extensions, which enable them to switch up their look.”
An entrepreneur you must obtain training in the art of hair braiding before starting hair-braiding business. There are a number of techniques that can be used to create one of the many styles that customers request.
Allskins school of hair and beauty provides education in this field across the country. In most instances, entrance to these programs requires that students be at least 16 years of age, accredited diploma certificate issued upon completion the programs. And would enable you obtain insurance for your business. Remember, training enhances earning.
If you are thinking of starting a business that is easy to set up and quick return, do not hesitate to contact us to discuss on 07572462225 You could choose from range of fast track courses or refreshment workshop depending on what is suitable for you, from beginner to intermediate course. If you are not certain, upon contacting us, we would be able to guide you on course suitability and requirements.