HAIR DESIGN - SOUTH CAROLINA

Hair Design
IN
South Carolina

What’s the first thing you notice when you meet someone new? If you look at their hair and analyze the cut, color, and style, you may have a mind that’s made for hair design.

Throughout South Carolina, customers want dedicated and passionate hair designers who can help them achieve the perfect look for them. Request information directly from the schools below to learn more about hair design programs in South Carolina.

State License Requirements
N/A

To become a professional hair designer in the state of South Carolina, you will need to earn your cosmetology license. In addition to helping you work legally in the state, you will acquire skills in the areas of makeup, skincare and possibly salon management. There is really no downside to earning this license, if you ask us.

Education Details

Cosmetology programs in South Carolina explore various procedures and techniques used in hair design, so you should plan on spending at least nine months in school to earn your cosmetology license. Your instructors may start with basic non-chemical procedures like hair cutting and hair styling. While you master more advanced cutting and styling tips, your instructor may teach you how to color, relax, and curl hair. This requires you to learn about the many chemicals used in hair styling and how they work together. Practical experience should be a significant part of your education in this field. From the early stages of your education, you may work in the beauty school with real clients under the supervision of an instructor.

License Renewal
N/A
License Renewal Hours
N/A
License Renewal Period

Once you earn your license you will need to renew it every other year, with a deadline of March 10th. The fee to renew is currently $52.

Careers
$24,610 
Salary
10.4%
Job Outlook Increase
Between 2012 - 2022

South Carolina has a fairly strong cosmetology industry, so this may be the ideal place for you to begin your career. Between 2012 and 2022, O*Net believes that job openings may increase by 14%. This growth rate is slightly higher than the national average (O*Net, 2012). Their data shows that the average salary for a South Carolina cosmetologist is $20,000 per year (O*Net, 2014).

Working as a Hair Designer

The beauty industry is always changing and developing, so it’s important to be flexible as you start your new career. Depending on where you choose to work, you may be expected to work nights and weekends to meet the needs of your customers. You may spend each day coloring hair, doing trims, or cutting hair, depending on what your appointments call for. If your salon is near a large urban area, you may even take walk-in clients. As you build your reputation and your experience, your days may become even busier.

State board Contact Information

South Carolina Board of Cosmetology
Synergy Business Park - Kingstree Building
110 Centerview Drive
Columbia, SC 29210
Phone Number: 803-896-4588
Fax Number: 803-896-4484
E-mail Address: boardInfo@llr.sc.gov

For specific questions, please contact the South Carolina Board of Cosmetology directly for more information.

Hair stylists work with panache in South Carolina. The hair care industry has
grown thanks to catering to all kinds of customers. Aspiring professionals
looking to go into hair design have a couple of areas to satisfy their curiosity.

South Carolina Board of Cosmetology
American Association of Cosmetology Schools
Intercoiffure

Find the Beauty Schools in South Carolina that interest you below,

Empire Beauty School - Augusta

3241 Washington Road,
Augusta, GA 30909

Program: Cosmetology

Empire Beauty School - Pineville

Tower Place Festival,8700 Pineville-Matthews Road
Charlotte-Pineville, NC 28226

Program: Cosmetology