Do you want to know how to become a Natural Hair Stylist?
Asking yourself?…..Go to cosmetology school for WHAT?
If someone could just answer the FAQ
“How to Become a Natural Hair Stylist?”
You know how to style hair.
But what you DON’T know is how to do is Get Licensed.
How to Become a Natural Hair Stylist course teaches you to :
- Brand your Business
- Build a Professional Hairstylists Website
- Lobby for your License
This natural hair licensing course covers ALL of that.
If I were you I would get Licensed now before deregulation of cosmetology has you going to in-house class for clinical hours.
What you will get with this course is an online training without 300-1500 hours of cosmetology school classwork.
At How to Become a Natural Hair Stylist you can pick your time, place and date to complete 30 hours of online training videos for your Natural Hair License.
The Natural Hair License takes 30 business days after you apply and arrives by
And yes, this course on How to Become a Natural Hair Stylist is also, called the “Professional Hair Dressers” course so you will have these letters PHD. behind your name of the Certificate of Completion immediately after you pay for the Natural Hair License course.
The How to Become a Natural Hair Stylist Course
My course on How to Become a Natural Hairstylist is ONLY 30 hours and You will receive the Hair Braider Registration in health, safety, and infection control course Completion Certification.
Completion Certification course is 30 minutes and three training videos to get your business up and started immediately.
(Valued at $300)
As a Natural Hair Stylist, you gonna want to stand out from the crowd. In this course, I have a Special Branding Kit for each Natural Hair Stylist with three training videos on branding your business.
We will pick your branding, images, colors, icons and so much more.
(Valued at $147)
Social Media Marketing
As you can tell after finding me on every social media platform that exists. I must know about WordPress, Facebook, Messenger and the list goes on and on, but how does this benefit you?
In this course, you will learn all the Do’s and Don’t as a Natural Hair Stylist and ALL of the mistakes I made when I first started issuing Natural Hair Licenses.
Take it from me this alone is worth your time in marketing and money management.
(Valued at $3000)
Lobbying and Licensing
It’s my job to research, analyze and respond to proposed legislation for the Cosmetology and Natural Hair Licensing industry.
However, with your support and engagement with your federal, state, and local jurisdictions. We will not have a VOICE!
In this course, you learn the steps to affluently prospecting with your customers and political interest in your state.
(Valued at *PRICELESS)
In Alabama, before one can become a hair braider, cosmetologist, shampooer, massage therapist, auctioneer, pest control worker, and so on, one must first jump through a variety of hoops—attending classes, taking exams, and paying costly initial and recurring fees—mostly set at the state level and throughout the course of one’s career.
Here are those hoops:
First the Application Process for a Candidate who applies for licensure with the Alabama State Board of Cosmetology is at http://www.aboc.state.al.us.
Second the Candidate schedules and passes theory examination with PSI.
Candidate reviews examination requirements in Candidate Handbook available at http://www.pcshq.com
Third the PCS receives Board Approval for you the candidate to take Practical Examination.
Fourth, you the Candidate registers with PCS for the Practical Examination at (888) 822‐3272.
Fifth, the PCS e‐mails candidate a Practical Admission Notice 10 business days prior to examination.
Sixth, you the Candidate takes Practical Examination.
Seventh, the Alabama Board Office Forwards Score Notice to you the Candidate.
Last, if you pass both test the AL State Board issues license to you the candidate. Click here for the Candidate Hand Book 📚The Institute of Justice references September 1, 2013, hair braiders in Alabama have been regulated as “natural hair stylists.” Previously, the legal status of braiders was unclear, though braiding may have fallen within the state’s definition of cosmetology (and required 1,200 hours of training). To become licensed, natural hair stylists must be at least 16 years old, have at least a 10th grade education, and complete 210 hours of coursework.
With all this talk about 420. I wanted to see how Natural Hair Licensing and Cannabis compared.
This article on the difference in stock investment for both Regis (NYSE: RGS) and Cannabis Sativa (OTCMKTS:CBDS) both are small-cap retail/wholesale companies, but which is the better investment?
This article will contrast the two businesses based on the strength of their risk, valuation, analyst recommendations, institutional ownership, earnings, profitability and dividends.
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Here is a great article on why you would WANT to legitimize your business and be licensed.
Without licensure the public has no protection against your running off with their money.
Because you are licensed you name will be registered in the state portal as a “real” business.
This client blindly sent $150 to a hairstylist for hair braiding services that she almost DIDN’T get because of a dead phone battery. So if you want to know more about the crackdown on Peer to Peer payments on apps like PayPal, Zelle, CashApp and others click here.
Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
Just as Tennessee, so Ohio is now looking at restructuring occupational licensing in the legislation if this reform is passed.
The article in Watchdog.org states that one bill setting on the Ohio House of Rep. is House Bill 289, sponsored by Ohio Rep. Hood, R-Ashville would deregulate Cosmetology offering certification and registrations instead of licensing for hairstylists.
Rep. Hood cares more about the price of braiding/hair styling or the income a hair braider/ stylist is making than he does for the health and safety of the public. If you want to read more click here.
Hood said he believes occupational licensure creates a barrier for people attempting to enter a field requiring a license, which in turn allowed those already in business to charge more.