Barbering Schools in Wyoming

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Central Wyoming College – Accredited

2660 Peck Avenue
Riverton, WY 82501

Cheeks Beauty Academy - Cheyenne – Accredited

207 West 18 Street
Cheyenne, WY 82001

Chopped Beauty Academy – Accredited

440 Nevada Avenue
Lovell, WY 82431

Eastern Wyoming College – Accredited

3200 West C Street
Torrington, WY 82240

Rocky Mountain Academy of Hair, Skin, and Nails – Accredited

315 East 5th Street
Casper, WY 82601
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You must attend a school that meets any licensure requirements as defined by your state. Most states require that you graduate from an accredited or state-approved school.

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Comparing Program Costs in WY

Cosmetology School Costs
Highest range: $17,300 - $17,300
Lowest range: $17,300 - $17,300
Average: $17,300
Barbering School Costs
Highest range: $13,350 - $15,900
Lowest range: $10,800 - $13,350
Average: $13,350

How to Become a Barber in Wyoming

Wyoming Barbering Careers At a Glance
  • 1,250 education hours are required to become licensed.
  • You must renew your license every 2 years*.
  • 0 continuing education hours are required to renew your license.
  • The average salary for barbers in Wyoming is $42,459 ($20.41/hour). This is higher than the national average of $30,150 ($14.50/hour).
  • There is a predicted 7% job increase for barbers between 2018-2028 nationally.

For many men, conventional salons can be fairly intimidating. They may seem loud, full of talkative people, and packed full of products that men have no interest in using. That is why the field of barbering has become so popular in many parts of the country.

If you want to learn more about this specialty, find out more about barbering programs in Wyoming by requesting information from the schools above.

State License Requirements

1,250 Education Hours

Required to earn a barbering license

To be a successful barber, you must know how to work with male hair. This covers quite a bit, from thinning hair and bald spots to graying hair. Through your barbering education, you may learn how to cut, style, and color hair to meet men's requests. Another aspect of barbering that you may not find in a traditional cosmetology program is how to work with facial hair. Every man prefers his facial hair a different way, and you must be able and ready to meet your customers' requests. Your barber school instructors may show you how to use different tools and utilize the proper vocabulary to discern a man's particular style.

License Renewal

2 Years

License renewal period

0 Hours

Continuing education required

In the state of Wyoming, you must renew your barber license every year before the last day of June. You can view the application for renewal right here. When you renew, you will be charged a fee of $60. If you pay late, you will have to pay a late fee of $30. You can find complete information about licensure and examination at the Wyoming Board of Cosmetology site. However, you will not need to worry about continuing education hours in this state. We do, however, recommend taking courses to stay current in your skills.

Wyoming Barbering Careers


Average yearly salary for barbering in Wyoming

Like many other cosmetology specialties, professionals in the field of barbering may earn a base salary plus tips. As a result, you may find that your income differs from day to day, depending on how many customers you get in your chair and which services you perform. The average salary for a barber is $42,459 per year (Bureau Labor Statistics, 2020). CareerOneStop expects to see jobs in this industry increase by 7% by the year 2026.

Although barbers are sometimes hired in conventional spas and salons, the vast majority of barbers are hired in barber shops. These places of employment come in all different shapes and sizes, from small family owned barber shops to large corporate themed barber shops. The opportunities available to you may depend on where you live, since larger cities tend to have a greater variety of shops than rural areas. This field is all about experience, so you may spend quite a bit of time getting your name out there and getting customers into your chair. Once someone takes a chance on you, you want to impress them so that they come back.

Contact the Wyoming State Board of Barbering

Board of Cosmetology

Local board projections have aligned with figures nationwide that reflect the rise of barbering as a career path for those living in Wyoming. There are a number of people that have sought out more information on becoming a barber in the wake of these findings. Interested parties make it a point to use the following resources offered to them.

Wyoming Barber Forms
Wyoming Board Of Cosmetology Rules and Regulations


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