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Learn the Skills to Become a Barber


Cutting men's hair can be both a creative and a fun career. By learning the latest styles and familiar classics, you can develop barbering skills and start your next career. Beauty Schools Directory helps you find the right barbering school, where you can connect with experts who can teach you how to work with mostly male clientele.

Master Your Craft as Men's Stylist


Demand is increasing for barber stylists who are great at short hairstyles and men's cuts, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. With the right barber program, you can learn skills like cutting, coloring, straightening, curling and styling men's hair, and more. You can even learn how to cut short hairstyles on women. You also learn about facial shaving.

Join the Growing Barber Business


Once you complete your barbering education, you can use your skills in barbershops, salons, resorts, and more. If you are interested in owning your own barbershop, many of these schools even offer professional development to help students who want to start their own businesses.

Take the next step toward a career as a professional barber. Use Beauty Schools Directory to find the right program in your area!

Did you know?
  • Barber jobs are expected to grow 14% through the year 2020.
  • The top 3 highest paid cities for barbers are Baltimore, Washington D.C. and Minneapolis-St. Paul.
    Bureau of Labor Statistics
Other students said...
  • "I plan to become a great barber and be a positive role model. Now that I've put my mind to becoming a barber stylist, I'm not going to stop until I accomplish this goal."
    Tony T. from Memphis, TN
  • "I always had a dream of being a barber since I was a kid. It has been in my family for 3 generations. I picked up the skill in less than a year, and faithfully I cut every day. Soon I want to own my own barbershop."
    Franklin F. from Philadelphia, PA
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