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Scott Sellers, national education specialist for Great Clips, Inc.

Great Careers Ahead: Finding Something More in Your Next Salon

by Staff

Living through the global crisis set off by COVID-19 has left some stylists in precarious positions. The challenges of conducting business while navigating so many unknowns has many beauty professionals looking for some security in their work life, moving forward.  Here's where many are finding a great fit.

5 Myths About Online Booking…Busted!

5 Myths About Online Booking…Busted!

by Staff

If you’ve considered adding online booking to your website, now’s the time to take the plunge. So what’s holding you back from incorporating this must-have feature? If it’s one of these common myths, read on for the truth behind them.

Arik Efros of the Eva Scrivo Salon explaining the benefits of their 401K program to a potential...

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Planning Your Future: Is A 401K An Important Perk?

by Maggie Mulhern

Getting employees to appreciate the importance of THE FUTURE with a 401K plan is the goal of Arik Efros, co-owner of the Eva Scrivo Salon. Efros outlines the importance of this perk and explains why many of the people in their NYC salon have already a nice bundle waiting for them upon retirement.

The Questions Every Stylist Should Ask at a Salon Interview

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The Questions Every Stylist Should Ask at a Salon Interview

by Alison Alhamed

Besides trying to impress the owner, it’s important to choose a salon that has a culture that aligns with who you are. Often, we spend more time at work than at home, so it’s important you choose a “work home” where you feel comfortable, where you feel supported, and where you feel like you have opportunity to grow and learn. These questions will arm you with answers to help make your decision.

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“I think a career path is so important and with Ulta Beauty, you have the option to work in the...

Four Stories of Big Dreams Realized at Ulta Beauty

by Staff

To borrow from Dr. Seuss, oh the place you’ll go when you choose beauty as a career. And having a career path—clear opportunities for advancement—help us all stay motivated and engaged in our work life. At Ulta Beauty, that career path is made by walking it; whatever your goal, there is a support system to develop your skills and move you closer to it.

“Working in my own space has given me the opportunity to create a safe environment for my...

Independence Days: A Back-to-Work Guide

by Staff

After months of living in a COVID-19 world, the adaptations we’ve all made can’t be called the new normal, anymore… it’s the “now” normal. Learn how these independent salon owners, all Faces of Sola, were able to seamlessly get back to business in no time.

Helping Stylists Lose Their Fear of Texture

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Helping Stylists Lose Their Fear of Texture

by Anne Moratto

On a Facebook forum for hairdressers, Nia Brown offered this to her fellow beauty professionals: “There are a lot of people who don’t know much or anything about ethnic hair. This industry is super race divided and we all need to help each other to change that. What questions do you have about textured hair that I can answer?” Here's what she heard.

Want to Be Better About Managing Your Money?

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Want to Be Better About Managing Your Money?

by Carlos Valenzuela

Money may not bring happiness, but a salon shutdown proved that no money is a bummer and totally stresses you out. We salon professionals excel at our skills, creativity, and ability to make money, but often lack the discipline to keep it. Yes, this is officially a tough love blog. Take a seat.

Tips for Fitting in Returning Clients

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Tips for Fitting in Returning Clients

by Staff

The term ‘triage’ is being used to describe how stylists are assigning degrees of urgency to their client’s needs; some may be clamoring for more attention than you’re able to give, right away, so be strategic in how you work, says this colorist and salon owner.

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