What qualifications do I need to be a hairdresser?

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Some of the qualifications required for a hairdresser are GCSEs and A levels; Degree in Fine Arts; Apprenticeship in hair salon; NVQ Levels 2 to 4 in Hairdressing; NVQ Assessors and Training Awards.
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To become a hairdresser you need to have a foundation degree in hairdressing, National Vocational Qualification which are work-based qualifications that are achieved effectively by learning on the job and being an apprentice in a salon.
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