Men’s Hair Cutting in Jeopardy

Cosmetology license under scrutiny

How can men’s hair cutting be in jeopardy?  I am so passionate about the beauty and barbering industry and it angers me what some individuals are doing to it.  I came across an article the other day that spoke of unlicensed professionals being hired by salons to provide services to unsuspecting customers.  To be a cosmetologist or barber it takes 1600 hours and a full day exam by the California Board of Barbering and Cosmetology where a license is presented.  iF one passes this test, cosmetologists and barbers are regulated by Consumer Affairs which also regulates doctors, contractors, dentists, and any other licensed professional.  It is not a best practice for a salon owner to hire an unlicensed professional and allow them to work on guests entertaining a salon, spa or barber shop.  Please read this article…

At metro FOR MEN we ONLY hire licensed professionals and then train them for another 12 to 16 weeks to CARE for our guests.  Please support the beauty and barbering industry by entertaining salons, barbers shops, and spas that only hire licensed professionals.  Ask to see the professional’s license if there is any question.

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