Barbering Programs in Nebraska

Nebraska Beauty and Cosmetology Schools can help you choose the right barbering program for your goals in the beauty industry. We help students across the nation contact schools to compare programs before making the important decision to enroll. Use our school listings below to contact schools in your area today!

Barbering schools in Nebraska prepare students for careers in the men's hair and skin care industries. Programs teach students about cutting and styling men's hair, grooming men's facial hair and giving traditional barbershop straight razor shaves. They also teach students how to provide great customer service and to run a business. Some barbering program students are taught to create and apply men's hairpieces and toupees, perm and straighten hair, and to color men's hair. Nebraska students who want to learn to enhance the lives of their clients through hair and skin care working in barbershop or hair salon settings may want to consider attending a Nebraska barbering school.

NE Barbering Training & License Requirements

Nebraska barbering schools provide training for students who are 17 and have their high school diploma or a GED. Students must attend school at a Nebraska Board of Barber Examiner's approved educational program for at least 2100 credit hours. Once training is completed, potential barbers complete written and practical exams for their initial Nebraska barber's license. Many barbers-in-training choose to become dually licensed in both barbering and cosmetology so they can provide a full range of services to men and women.

Schools must teach the basic skills for performing haircuts, hair styling, shaving, facial massages and facial hair grooming. Barbershop sanitation and hygiene procedures are a key part of the curriculum, too. Barbering students learn about skin anatomy and scalp and skin illnesses so they can recommend appropriate treatments and products to their clients when needed. Nebraska also requires barbering schools teach students about the laws and regulations governing the profession.

Career Outlook for Professional Barbers in Nebraska

The barbers' profession is expected to grow by 14 percent over the next several years. Licensed Nebraska barbers earn an annual average salary of $31,510 before tips according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Licensed barbers in the state may work in barbershops or hair salons, or they might choose to open their own shop. Some barbers also teach students attending barbering programs in Nebraska. Some barbers choose to work near military bases to give haircuts to soldiers. Others work with the elderly living in care facilities or retirement communities. A few barbers work from home or have mobile barbershops that provide services in customers' homes or offices.

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