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Hairdressers and Cosmetologists provide a wide variety of beauty services to customers, much of which is focused on hair care. Among the services they offer are hair cutting, trimming, styling, shampooing, and advising customers how to care for their hair at home. In addition, cosmetologists are often trained in giving manicures and pedicures; providing skin and facial treatments; and applying makeup.

Some cosmetologists and hairdressers are specialists who focus on one primary aspect of personal care and grooming. 

  • Barbers are individuals who primarily cater to male clients and who focus on cutting hair, giving shaves, and trimming beards. 
  • Shampooers who work mostly in large salons, specialize in shampooing and conditioning hair. 
  • Manicurists and Pedicurists (also referred to as Nail Technicians) work exclusively on nails and provide their customers with manicures, pedicures, nail polishing, and nail extensions. 
  • Estheticians (also known as Skin Care Specialists) concentrate on skin care and facial treatment.

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Hairdresser and Cosmetology Schools

A high school diploma or GED is the minimum educational requirement to work as a hairdresser. However, many salons hire only hairdressers who have completed a cosmetology school program. Many high schools and vocational schools offer hairdressing programs.

  • Full-time hairdressing programs can take anywhere from nine months to 24 months, and can often lead to an associate degree.
  • Full-time cosmetology programs can last anywhere from 9 to 24 months, while an apprenticeship program can last from one to three years.
  • Continuing education classes are recommended for hairdressers to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and styling techniques.

Those who choose to become hairdressers should have a firm grasp of fashion, technical design and various forms of art. Good communication skills and the ability to sell and market yourself are also qualities that can contribute to the success of a hairdresser.

Hairdresser and Cosmetology Training and Courses

Formal training programs typically include a mix of classroom study, demonstrations, and practical work. Students typically undertake supervised practice on customers in school-sponsored clinics, studying basic techniques such as:

  • Hair cutting
  • Shaving
  • Facial massaging
  • Hair and scalp treatments

In addition to hands-on learning, most schools also include coursework covering:

  • Unisex hairstyling
  • Chemical styling
  • Use and care of instruments
  • Sanitation and hygiene
  • Chemistry
  • Physiology
  • Anatomy
  • How to recognize simple skin ailments

Additional instruction in communication, sales, and general business practices is usually provided as well. Those who choose to run their own salons should consider taking their education further and earn a business degree. Courses in finance, business, sales, marketing and promotion are all good options for those who are pursuing a business degree with an eye toward running their own hairdressing salon.

Hairdresser and Cosmetology Licensing

Every state requires hairdressers, cosmetologists, and most other personal appearance workers to be licensed. Qualifications for a license vary by state, but here are some of the common licensing requirements:

  • Graduate from a state-licensed cosmetology school
  • Have a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Pass a written test
  • Demonstrate an ability to perform basic cosmetology services

Some states allow hairdressers and cosmetologists who are already licensed in one state to apply for and obtain a license in a different state without additional formal training. It is important for anyone wishing to work in a particular state to carefully review the laws of that state before entering a training program.

Graduates of a training program are usually eligible to take the state licensing examination. This exam consists of a written test and in many states also includes a practical test of styling skills. A few states include an oral component to the exam, where the applicant is asked to explain the procedures he or she is following during the practical test. Many states require separate licensing examinations for those who intend to qualify as manicurists, pedicurists, and skin care specialists.

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Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Hairdressers and Cosmetologists

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Hairdressers and Cosmetologists jobs , as of 2016

2016 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov; 2014-24 State Occupational Projections, Projections Central, projectionscentral.com

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Birmingham 970 $19,530
Hoover 970 $19,530
Montgomery 500 $18,890
Huntsville 380 $28,610
Mobile 320 $19,930
Fairhope 200 $21,310
Foley 200 $21,310
Daphne 200 $21,310
Tuscaloosa 180 $18,750
Dothan 160 $18,400
Muscle Shoals 110 $18,820
Florence 110 $18,820
Auburn 80 N/A
Opelika 80 N/A
Oxford 70 $19,070
Jacksonville 70 $19,070
Anniston 70 $19,070
Decatur 70 $22,070
Gadsden 50 $19,120
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 390 $30,670
Fairbanks N/A $60,170
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Scottsdale 5680 $21,300
Mesa 5680 $21,300
Phoenix 5680 $21,300
Tucson 1090 $23,120
Prescott 100 $23,620
Flagstaff 70 $19,100
Douglas 70 $19,870
Sierra Vista 70 $19,870
Yuma N/A $19,320
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 590 $19,300
North Little Rock 590 $19,300
Little Rock 590 $19,300
Hot Springs 70 $18,480
Jonesboro N/A $22,370
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 10320 $23,720
Los Angeles 10320 $23,720
Long Beach 10320 $23,720
Oakland 4550 $29,760
San Francisco 4550 $29,760
Hayward 4550 $29,760
Carlsbad 2600 $24,000
San Diego 2600 $24,000
San Jose 2530 $23,700
Santa Clara 2530 $23,700
Sunnyvale 2530 $23,700
Riverside 1980 $32,020
San Bernardino 1980 $32,020
Ontario 1980 $32,020
Arden 1520 $24,240
Sacramento 1520 $24,240
Arcade 1520 $24,240
Roseville 1520 $24,240
Vallejo 420 $21,530
Fairfield 420 $21,530
Fresno 420 $24,210
Salinas 370 $20,850
Santa Rosa 360 $24,250
Santa Barbara 280 $23,290
Santa Maria 280 $23,290
Watsonville 260 $24,360
Santa Cruz 260 $24,360
Modesto 220 $23,400
Redding 130 $22,840
Merced 120 $22,880
Bakersfield 120 $23,540
Yuba City 90 $23,070
El Centro 60 $23,180
Porterville 50 $20,820
Visalia 50 $20,820
Stockton N/A $20,810
Lodi N/A $20,810
Corcoran N/A $22,960
Hanford N/A $22,960
Chico N/A $23,200
Thousand Oaks N/A $23,390
Oxnard N/A $23,390
Ventura N/A $23,390
Paso Robles N/A $38,410
San Luis Obispo N/A $38,410
Arroyo Grande N/A $38,410
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 4540 $21,640
Denver 4540 $21,640
Lakewood 4540 $21,640
Colorado Springs 830 $23,190
Boulder 570 $28,480
Fort Collins 480 $24,190
Pueblo 170 $23,740
Greeley 110 $23,560
Grand Junction 100 $23,510
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bridgeport 1700 $30,860
Norwalk 1700 $30,860
Stamford 1700 $30,860
East Hartford 1590 $29,720
West Hartford 1590 $29,720
Hartford 1590 $29,720
New Haven 880 $26,480
Danbury 660 $31,230
Waterbury 290 $22,230
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 290 $25,440
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Palm Beach 7010 $23,780
Miami 7010 $23,780
Fort Lauderdale 7010 $23,780
St. Petersburg 4160 $24,270
Clearwater 4160 $24,270
Tampa 4160 $24,270
Kissimmee 3370 $21,630
Orlando 3370 $21,630
Sanford 3370 $21,630
Jacksonville 1790 $24,700
North Port 1180 $24,920
Sarasota 1180 $24,920
Bradenton 1180 $24,920
Fort Myers 1150 $25,480
Cape Coral 1150 $25,480
Titusville 780 $24,230
Palm Bay 780 $24,230
Melbourne 780 $24,230
Immokalee 700 $35,330
Naples 700 $35,330
Marco Island 700 $35,330
Deltona 640 $24,880
Ormond Beach 640 $24,880
Daytona Beach 640 $24,880
Port St. Lucie 600 $22,500
Lakeland 470 $19,400
Winter Haven 470 $19,400
Ferry Pass 420 $23,190
Brent 420 $23,190
Pensacola 420 $23,190
Gainesville 410 $27,120
Crestview 350 $24,220
Destin 350 $24,220
Fort Walton Beach 350 $24,220
Tallahassee 260 $30,820
Ocala 210 N/A
Panama City 210 $25,750
Homosassa Springs 190 $29,210
Vero Beach 180 $22,140
Sebastian 180 $22,140
Punta Gorda 150 $25,770
The Villages 150 $29,600
Sebring 70 $20,620
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 5850 $24,280
Atlanta 5850 $24,280
Sandy Springs 5850 $24,280
Savannah 300 $20,560
Athens 230 $19,850
Clarke County 230 $19,850
Gainesville 190 $21,670
Valdosta 130 $19,000
Brunswick 80 $19,390
Rome 50 $18,780
Albany 40 $19,190
Warner Robins N/A $18,720
Macon N/A $19,200
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 880 $34,970
Lahaina N/A $23,710
Wailuku N/A $23,710
Kahului N/A $23,710
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 870 $20,630
Coeur d'Alene 230 $19,260
Idaho Falls 120 $18,150
Pocatello 50 $26,830
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 470 $36,330
Peoria 340 $19,620
Rockford 340 $26,730
Bloomington 210 $19,890
Champaign 160 $21,600
Urbana 160 $21,600
Decatur 120 $19,570
Marion 110 $19,820
Carbondale 110 $19,820
Kankakee 90 $21,520
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 2320 $25,260
Carmel 2320 $25,260
Indianapolis 2320 $25,260
Fort Wayne 590 $24,860
West Lafayette 250 $23,710
Lafayette 250 $23,710
Elkhart 170 $21,870
Goshen 170 $21,870
Terre Haute 160 $24,680
Kokomo 110 $19,640
La Porte 70 $21,810
Michigan City 70 $21,810
Muncie 60 $18,510
Columbus 50 N/A
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 770 $27,760
Des Moines 770 $27,760
Cedar Rapids 310 $21,780
Iowa City 200 $21,960
Ames 170 $28,580
Waterloo 160 $23,960
Cedar Falls 160 $23,960
Dubuque 140 $21,090
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 620 $21,200
Topeka 270 $22,330
Lawrence 150 $23,140
Manhattan 120 $21,560
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fayette 530 $21,930
Lexington 530 $21,930
Fort Knox 170 $18,740
Elizabethtown 170 $18,740
Bowling Green 120 $19,700
Owensboro 100 $18,050
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
New Orleans 850 $23,550
Metairie 850 $23,550
Baton Rouge 680 $22,770
Lafayette 360 $23,060
Shreveport 300 $21,260
Bossier City 300 $21,260
Monroe 110 $25,980
Lake Charles 80 $18,570
Thibodaux 70 $20,530
Houma 70 $20,530
Alexandria N/A $27,280
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bangor 160 $20,880
Auburn 90 $22,630
Lewiston 90 $22,630
South Portland N/A $33,440
Portland N/A $33,440
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 4120 $26,200
Towson 4120 $26,200
Columbia 4120 $26,200
Lexington Park 180 $26,640
California 180 $26,640
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 450 $31,570
New Bedford 200 $30,360
Pittsfield 110 $32,170
Gardner 60 $28,850
Leominster 60 $28,850
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dearborn 5690 $25,540
Detroit 5690 $25,540
Warren 5690 $25,540
Grand Rapids 1180 $26,530
Wyoming 1180 $26,530
Ann Arbor 550 $21,310
East Lansing 490 $27,730
Lansing 490 $27,730
Flint 440 $21,670
Portage 350 $22,100
Kalamazoo 350 $22,100
Saginaw 160 N/A
Benton Harbor 160 $27,520
Niles 160 $27,520
Muskegon 150 N/A
Jackson 120 $26,690
Battle Creek 70 $24,940
Midland 40 $30,100
Bay City N/A $40,620
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
St. Cloud 350 $20,540
Rochester 260 $23,700
Mankato 170 $24,960
North Mankato 170 $24,960
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 460 $18,850
Pascagoula 210 $20,670
Biloxi 210 $20,670
Gulfport 210 $20,670
Hattiesburg 140 $18,380
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 800 $20,510
Columbia 270 $19,480
Joplin 200 $19,630
Jefferson City 120 $23,580
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Missoula 150 $23,080
Billings 130 $23,270
Great Falls 60 $29,070
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 380 $25,380
Grand Island 90 $26,170
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 2660 $23,610
Henderson 2660 $23,610
Las Vegas 2660 $23,610
Reno 430 $20,190
Carson City 90 $25,550
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 240 $29,180
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 760 $28,220
Atlantic City 390 $30,870
Hammonton 390 $30,870
Vineland 270 $34,850
Bridgeton 270 $34,850
Ocean City 250 $32,250
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 680 $22,180
Las Cruces 130 $19,590
Santa Fe 120 $23,160
Farmington 70 $20,620
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheektowaga 1990 $21,170
Buffalo 1990 $21,170
Niagara Falls 1990 $21,170
Rochester 1560 $23,360
Schenectady 970 $23,330
Albany 970 $23,330
Troy 970 $23,330
Syracuse 520 $21,310
Binghamton 300 $25,650
Utica 290 $22,440
Rome 290 $22,440
Kingston 240 $24,530
Glens Falls 140 $20,190
Ithaca 130 $24,110
Elmira 70 $19,460
Fort Drum N/A $33,250
Watertown N/A $33,250
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 1610 $21,370
Greensboro 580 $23,830
High Point 580 $23,830
Durham 490 $28,870
Chapel Hill 490 $28,870
Winston 450 $22,370
Salem 450 $22,370
Asheville 420 $24,250
Fayetteville 180 $20,700
Wilmington 170 $21,140
Morganton 150 $18,530
Hickory 150 $18,530
Lenoir 150 $18,530
Jacksonville 150 $20,530
Greenville 140 $28,040
Burlington 120 $18,280
Goldsboro 60 $18,380
Rocky Mount 40 $18,140
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 270 $23,950
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Elyria 4320 $24,380
Cleveland 4320 $24,380
Columbus 2650 $20,730
Akron 1720 $21,840
Dayton 1340 $19,690
Toledo 760 $20,810
Canton 580 $25,820
Massillon 580 $25,820
Mansfield 280 $20,150
Springfield 200 $19,160
Lima 200 $19,640
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 1080 $20,990
Tulsa 1030 $21,840
Lawton 80 $21,130
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Eugene 310 $20,810
Salem 230 $25,290
Medford 200 $27,650
Redmond 130 $23,150
Bend 130 $23,150
Corvallis 130 $29,970
Albany 100 $20,250
Grants Pass 40 $25,030
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 5660 $24,530
Harrisburg 1070 $24,410
Carlisle 1070 $24,410
Scranton 850 $20,160
Wilkes 850 $20,160
Hazleton 850 $20,160
Barre 850 $20,160
Lancaster 840 $23,620
Reading 700 $27,820
York 620 $25,920
Hanover 620 $25,920
Erie 480 $20,770
East Stroudsburg 270 $24,520
Chambersburg 220 $24,320
Waynesboro 220 $24,320
Johnstown 190 $25,340
Lebanon 170 $21,750
State College 170 $24,160
Altoona 160 $23,160
Williamsport 150 $25,130
Gettysburg 150 $27,470
Bloomsburg 120 $26,770
Berwick 120 $26,770
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carolina 580 $18,530
Caguas 580 $18,530
San Juan 580 $18,530
Mayag�ez 80 $19,450
Arecibo 60 $18,120
Ponce 60 $18,580
Guayama 60 $18,950
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 1030 $19,040
North Charleston 1030 $19,040
Columbia 790 $18,510
Mauldin 720 $19,590
Anderson 720 $19,590
Greenville 720 $19,590
Beaufort 420 $23,840
Bluffton 420 $23,840
Hilton Head Island 420 $23,840
Spartanburg 190 $18,310
Florence 80 $18,450
Sumter 50 $19,190
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 330 $31,810
Rapid City 220 $31,800
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Murfreesboro 2230 $23,550
Franklin 2230 $23,550
Davidson 2230 $23,550
Nashville 2230 $23,550
Knoxville 1010 $21,710
Jackson 70 $26,630
Cleveland 30 $26,610
Johnson City N/A $24,840
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dallas 6780 $21,120
Fort Worth 6780 $21,120
Arlington 6780 $21,120
Houston 6340 $20,500
The Woodlands 6340 $20,500
Sugar Land 6340 $20,500
Round Rock 2730 $28,580
Austin 2730 $28,580
San Antonio 2340 $21,250
New Braunfels 2340 $21,250
Corpus Christi 430 $23,610
McAllen 380 $19,320
Mission 380 $19,320
Edinburg 380 $19,320
Killeen 370 $24,520
Temple 370 $24,520
El Paso 360 $18,480
Lubbock 290 $22,880
College Station 260 $20,730
Bryan 260 $20,730
Amarillo 240 $19,870
Waco 220 $19,180
Laredo 200 $20,560
Harlingen 170 $19,590
Brownsville 170 $19,590
Wichita Falls 130 $19,580
Midland 90 $26,890
Odessa 90 $32,250
Abilene 70 $22,830
Tyler 40 $19,520
Denison 40 $20,310
Sherman 40 $20,310
Victoria N/A $19,830
Longview N/A $21,370
Beaumont N/A $24,470
Port Arthur N/A $24,470
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 1610 $23,580
Clearfield 660 $22,490
Ogden 660 $22,490
Orem 580 $22,120
Provo 580 $22,120
St. George 120 $28,960
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 150 $33,880
Burlington 150 $33,880
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 1910 $29,040
Roanoke 470 $21,930
Charlottesville 310 $28,920
Radford 210 $29,050
Blacksburg 210 $29,050
Christiansburg 210 $29,050
Lynchburg 150 $33,820
Staunton 100 $23,760
Waynesboro 100 $23,760
Harrisonburg 80 $23,050
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bellevue 6270 $31,990
Tacoma 6270 $31,990
Seattle 6270 $31,990
Richland 410 $28,760
Kennewick 410 $28,760
Spokane Valley 380 $29,810
Spokane 380 $29,810
Bellingham 350 $26,880
Tumwater 310 $27,010
Olympia 310 $27,010
Longview 150 $26,600
Anacortes 70 $34,550
Mount Vernon 70 $34,550
Walla Walla 70 $39,940
Wenatchee N/A $28,850
Yakima N/A $30,760
Silverdale N/A $31,450
Bremerton N/A $31,450
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Morgantown 130 $21,490
Beckley 90 $22,340
Charleston N/A $24,110
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Allis 2740 $24,540
Waukesha 2740 $24,540
Milwaukee 2740 $24,540
Madison 1230 $27,090
Appleton 420 $21,880
Green Bay 380 $24,900
Eau Claire 290 $24,350
Neenah 280 $26,920
Oshkosh 280 $26,920
Beloit 240 $22,050
Janesville 240 $22,050
Sheboygan 240 $22,110
Fond du Lac 220 $23,670
Wausau 210 $23,280
Racine 190 $25,990
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 100 $27,520
Casper 70 $23,820

Career Stories (Job Profiles) for Hairdressers and Cosmetologists

To find out more about building a career as Hairdressers And Cosmetologists, we spoke with professionals in the field across a variety of specialties. Learn about their experiences on the job, the steps they took to complete their education, and what it takes to excel in this industry. Click the link to see a story.

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Personal Services 323,400 91% $23,440
Department And General Stores 17,410 4% $16,110
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