You snooze, you lose. It’s especially relevant for hairstylists. If you don’t keep current on trends―and the skills you need to create them―you’ll lose clients because they’ll move on. Education is the answer, so embrace the importance of continued learning. Here are three smart ideas for your personal education plan.
Many pros enjoy viewing online tutorials by their favorite educators and beauty influencers. Here are some sites that offer comprehensive online education:
Get Your Hands in Hair
Video training is great, but nothing surpasses the value of getting your hands in hair. Many brands offer a diverse selection of hands-on classes—here are just a few:
Check in with Your SalonCentric Partners
Many manufacturers offer rewards programs that allow you to earn points towards educational classes. They may be held at the company’s educational studio, or the company might send an educator to your salon. If your manufacturer partner is part of the L’Oréal Professional group (Matrix, Redken, Pureology, L’Oréal Professionnel, Kerastase and Shu Uemura Art of Hair), the LEVEL Loyalty program lets you earn and redeem points across brands—just visit the pro site of your favorite brand for more information. Or check out the Saloncentric loyalty program to take advantage unique educational opportunities.
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