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JCI Hair Blog: Are Beards Hip or Hippie?

08
09.2015

Hair Cuts - Beards

Are beards hip or hippie? It depends on the man and how he wears it. Beards are very fashionable these days, and when worn with either longer lengths of hair or short coiffed styles, beards can look great. The key to a great looking beard is maintenance.

Hair Cut Trim Beard

Our hair students go through extensive barbering techniques to keep our clients looking sharp. Keeping your beard trim around the sideburns and blended to your haircut really makes your look clean and trendy. The best part of beards is that they can look great on everyone.

Hair Cut Beard with Grey

Even if you’ve never grown out your beard, let our talented hair students help you shape, trim, and keep your beard looking clean while growing it in. Our Barbering unit gives our hair students all the tools needed to keep our male clients looking on point!

Chris Pine Beard

Remember that there aren’t a lot of choices for men’s styling: long or short, beard or no beard. So now that Fall is here, put the razors down and try something new. Beards FTW!


Blog contributor: Elissa Wolfe, JCI HAD Instructor

Hair Stylists and Colour Technicians are sought out in some of the most exciting and fast-paced industries in the world including film, fashion, TV and photography. The Hair Art Design Program at JCI is the only accredited hair school in BC approved for a 520-hour curriculum. The program is 20 hours per week and offers the option of morning, afternoon, evening or weekend classes so that students can work at their current jobs while retraining for a new career. Our faculty is comprised of top working professionals and guest instructors whose focus is on the future of hair. This is a modern program providing a strong foundation of cutting and colouring techniques.

 

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