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A fashion designers’ job description

December 14,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Fashion designing is one of the fields where competition among job-seekers is expected. The creativity and glamour associated with this career draw more and more people to enter the industry. Designers are not just concerned with the final product because they, first and foremost, have to study trends in the field. Among the popular tasks a fashion designer is assigned to include: sketching designs, assigning fabrics and colors and then assessing the quality of the final product. Designers who are particularly concerned with creating clothes for women, men and children are called clothing designers. Fashion designers who develop particular products … (more) December 14, 2010

Successful beauty careers owe it to quality education

November 02,2010 by: Dallas Browne

There are a number of careers nowadays that you would always have a clear cut definition on how to pursue them. Banking and business careers have a structured pattern in which applicants may follow in order to know the ropes of the business. However, a beauty career is entirely different. Some may think that pursuing a career in this field is totally a lucrative and radical idea but contrary to that belief, it is a very doable thing. There are numerous respected beauty colleges out there that provide quality education for those who are wishing to pursue a career in … (more) November 2, 2010

Profitable Personal Care Careers

July 04,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Choosing a career is a great decision to make and this happens at the onset of entering a university. Although some courses must be taken in two or four years time, there are also short-term courses that seem to be profitable. Short term courses or vocational courses can be taken by any individual who was able to finish high school. As such, even university graduates can enroll in to any short-term course in order to obtain additional knowledge. It is a fact employment is big global problem that is why some graduates enter into jobs that are in line with … (more) July 4, 2010

The Beauty of Being a Hairstylist

April 05,2010 by: Dallas Browne

How does one become a hairstylist? The truth is, being a hairstylist can be as simple as graduating from high school since some of the schools include teaching vocational skills such as hairstyling. Unfortunately, if you want to pursue hairstyling as a career, you should aim to become the best. This is why there are postsecondary vocational schools that offer to teach their eager students the secrets of hairstyling. Many people believe that hairstyling is really the work of an artist—either you have the eye and the hand, or you don’t. In reality, hairstyling is also a science. In very … (more) April 5, 2010

Becoming a Barber

February 03,2010 by: Dallas Browne

Have you ever heard barbershop music? Many people think that being a barber entails breaking out into a song, a cappella with their voices blending perfectly. Well, being a barber does not require such flashy showmanship. However, being a barber is not that easy either. Some states only require that a barber finish high school or a GED but most states require that barbers graduate from a program offered by a state-licensed barber or cosmetology school. Although the license may seem optional, we assure you that it is very vital to your career. Basically, there is much competition for the … (more) February 3, 2010