Personally, I’ve moved on to learning to live with the virus, its guidelines, restrictions and precautions instead of waiting around or ignoring the pandemic. I just try to sensibly take care of myself.
I want to share a few of my own observations when I look at BOTH sides of the learning for me, which I feel are critical to not wasting time, your money, the salon’s money, or missing the learning that’s happening in a virtual setting.
Moving from mannequin heads to real-live talking heads can be a massive transition, and serving as a salon assistant can help make the transition a smooth one. So, why should you consider being a salon assistant and how can assisting help your career? Read on to find out.
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