Hairstyling Specialist Posted on Nov 01, 2017 by Bella's Beauty
Location Edmonton, AB
Earnings $17.00 hourly
Work Hours 35 to 50 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 1 Vacancy
Closing Date Feb 04, 2018
Registered Apprenticeship certificate or equivalent experience
Hair Styling Techniques
- Iron waving/curling
- Roller setting
- Blow drying
- Hair braiding
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
- 1st Period Apprentice
- 2nd Period Apprentice
- Hairstylist Trade Certification
5 years or more
Barbershop or hairstyling salon/studio
Hairstylist Specific Skills
- Clean and style wigs and hair pieces
- Suggest hair style compatible with client's physical features or determine style from client's instructions and preferences
- Cut, trim, taper, curl, wave, perm and style hair
- Analyze hair and scalp condition and provide basic treatment or advice on beauty care treatments for scalp and hair
- Apply hair extensions
- Apply bleach, tints, dyes or rinses to colour, frost or streak hair
Barber Specific Skills
Provide other hair treatment, such as waving, straightening and tinting and also provide scalp conditioning massages
How to Apply
Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.
Feb 04, 2018
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Interest in compiling information to provide basic treatment and advice on beauty care treatments for scalp and hair
Interest in manipulating combs, scissors, clippers, brushes and other devices to cut and style hair
Interest in serving clients by cutting and styling hair and performing related services; may train and supervise other hairstylists, hairstylist apprentices and helpers
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