Promises of herbal-infused tea, fuzzy
slippers and comfy robes may appeal
to the spa’s target demographic, but
sanitation and client safety should be
first on our list of priorities. When spa
or salon services go bad, we can find
ourselves in a not-so-happy place. To
minimize liability and maximize client
satisfaction, here are four things we
Use Clean Linen: Dirty and stained linen
is a turnoff for clients. People generally
don’t like confrontation so they may not
tell you to your face that your linen is
gross, but they may show you by not
returning for services.
Have Them Fill Out A Client Profile Card:
Client cards offer a glimpse into your client’s
medical history and skin care routines.
Having them fill out these cards
can prevent serious injury.
Wash or Sanitize Your Hands: Clean hands
help prevent the spread of germs.
Wear Gloves While Waxing: Provides both
the technician and the client with a barrier
of protection—besides it’s the law.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound
of cure. Following these few simple steps
can be a real safeguard for both you and
Tiffany Taylor, AKA “Ms. Esthetician,” from
Rochester, Michigan, runs the website msestheticianwaxing.com—“a blog of waxing and
all things beauty-full.”
With the proliferation of blow-dry bars and the trend toward red-carpet looks for every woman, you might wonder what it takes to be a true blow dry and style pro, making clients look fabulous all day long.