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Women of Beauty: Michelle Blaisure

October 14, 2011 | 12:43 PM

Michelle Blaisure

Director of Education
Bosley Professional Strength

 

Women of Beauty: Michelle BlaisureLicensed: Schneider Vocational, Stockton, CA, 1971

Three highlights of your career:

  1. Winning state styling competition while in cosmetology school
  2. Over coming my fear of pubic speaking by becoming an educator, lecturer, then corporate trainer for Nioxin Research Laboratories
  3. Being asked to become director of education for Bosley Professional Strength

Beauty legend you respect: Geri Cusenza

Choose beauty because: It is one of the few professions where you can have a flexible schedule, earn a high income without a four-year degree, express your creativity and help people feel good.

Tip: If you really want to always have a full appointment book, specialize in thin and fine hair! 

Quote or mantra: “What you focus on expands”

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