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Hair Styling Program in Michigan

Michigan houses hair schools such as Gallery College of Beauty in Clinton Township, MI, Regency Beauty Institute in Grand Rapids, MI, Traverse City Beauty College in Traverse City, MI and Michigan College of Beauty – A Pivot Point Career Center in Troy, MI. Any of these schools plus the various other options in and around Michigan will supply you with an education that will prepare you to cut, style and color hair. You’ll learn how to deep condition, straighten, curl and highlight hair as well. Part of the curriculum will cover safety procedures, so you know how to handle the equipment correctly to protect you and your client. You’ll also receive training in regards to anatomy, physiology and disease management.

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Charm Beauty School – Accredited
Dearborn Heights, MI
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Nail Technology / Make-Up Artist Training / Hair Design
Flint, MI
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Nail Technology / Hair Design
Grand Rapids, MI
Cosmetology / Esthetics/Skin Care / Nail Technology / Hair Design / Teacher Training
Grand Blanc, MI
Hair Design
School Accreditation

You must attend a school that is approved by your state to provide training in the discipline you want to practice. Check with the school and the state board to be sure that your program of study will prepare you for any applicable state licensure.

Hair Cutting Licensing Requirements in Michigan

The Michigan Board of Cosmetology notes that a person needs 1,500 hours of schooling in order to become a licensed cosmetologist. A person may complete a 2,000-hour apprenticeship as an alternative. The school must be licensed, and if you complete an apprenticeship, the beauty salon must be licensed. After completion of an apprenticeship or an accredited program, an individual must then complete and pass an exam that has a practical portion and a written section.

Employment Outlook for Hair Stylists in Michigan

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 14-percent growth in the number of positions for hair stylists from 2010 until 2020. This rate is about average when compared to other jobs. In 2010, the average hair dresser made $10.82 per hour or $22,500 per year. This rate rose in two years and as of 2012, the average salary for a hair dresser is $12.88 per hour or $26,790 per year. These figures are before the amount of tips were taken into account. As of 2012, the salary for a hair stylist in MI ranges from the 10th percentile earning $16,420 to the top 90 percent who earn $38,530 annually.