Accredited Diploma

Become a Professional Hairstylist

1500 Hours

Program Objective
The world of hair design is forever changing, fast paced and very exciting, full of variety, challenges and opportunities. A career in hair design requires enthusiasm, energy and a strong basis of knowledge in the fundamentals of hair art, science and design.

Students learn practical skills on a mannequin first and then student’s can master it on a live model. Extensive practical training develops confidence in students to be thorough in working on diverse clients.

High School Diploma (or equivalent) or C.A.S.T exam
Fluency in English


Basic Fundamentals
Professional image & ethics, health & safety, principles of infection control & practice, study of the skin, scalp & hair, anatomy & physiology, basic chemistry & electricity, bacteriology, properties of the hair & scalp, sanitation, disinfection & sterilization, shampoo, rinsing & conditioning.

Students learn proper techniques of blow-drying, curling iron & straightening for today’s looks, wet styling techniques & principles of the hair design.

Provide students with the knowledge of basic hair cutting with shears, razors and clippers on men and women, for both long and short hair

Hair Colouring
Knowledge of colour, basic colour application, foiling, highlighting, low lightening, toning and colour corrective techniques.

Permanent Waving
Basic wrapping techniques, application of permanent wave solutions, chemical hair relaxing and permanent straightening will be taught at a professional level to students.

Unique approach to long hair design (bridal, formal, etc), up do’s, braiding, hair extensions, wigs & enhancements.

Salon Functions
Salon management, reception skills, retail sales, routine salon functions and customer skills are also taught. Job search, preparation of resumes & interview training.

Your Career Profile as a Hairstylist & Rewarding Opportunities

If you have a passion for hair, you can choose to become a professional Hairstylist. As a professional hairstylist you could opt for only hair cutting and styling or a combination of cutting, styling, colouring, and hair care. The world of hairstyling offers several avenues for a hairstylist. It can be opening one’s own hair salon, working for another stylist, or even entering the field of celebrity hairstyling. The process starts however, at a basic level: earn a Hairstyling Diploma and begin work as either an assistant or a hairstylist at a salon.

After successful completion of Bella’s Hairstyling Diploma program you will be eligible to become a licensed Hairstylist and you can choose from many rewarding career opportunities that suits you the best. The career paths include:

  • Salon and Spa Owner
  • Hairstylist
  • Hair Colour Specialist
  • Hair Designer
  • Celebrity Hair Stylist
  • Fashion Model Hairstylist
  • Hairstyling Instructor
  • Sales and Customer service for hair products
  • Salon Manager
  • Cruise Line Stylist
  • Hairdresser
Scholarship, Financing & Payments Methods

At Bella’s Beauty Academy, we strive to help you find the best suited financing solution to match your unique circumstances. Your Financial Aid options include:

  • Bella’s Beauty Academy 0% interest financing
  • Ontario Second Career Funding
  • Student Line of Credit and Loan by major banks and credit unions
  • RRSP Loan under Life Long Learning Program
  • Registered Education Saving Plan Withdrawal
  • Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
  • Employment Ontario

Payment MethodsWe accept:

  • Credit cards, Visa and Master
  • Debit Cards
  • Bank Draft or Cheque
  • Cash

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