So, you work in a cool salon, keep up with trendy styles and dress the part. And, you think this is the big reason clients keep coming back to see you? Maybe for a first visit, but to retain clients, it’s the little things that count.
With no knowledge of how to own or manage a beauty salon, Kimberly Broyles-Meisterhans, a nail tech with a loyal clientele, took over a failing salon with only three employees and one receptionist. Here's her story of success.
I urge you to visit a beauty school. It doesn’t matter if you feel you are a good teacher or not. Just show how much you love what you do.
Do you, like me, hate excusing yourself when working on a client? The habit we salon professionals have of holding our pee can have grave consequences.
During the ordeal, I kept thinking of how I must warn all cosmetologists of the need for self care.
As you make your money, think of the future. Resolve to never live paycheck-to-paycheck. Here are a few rules I follow.
A class at IBS New York will show how to streamline the hair colors you use to be more efficient, effective, and affordable.
I like out of the way barbershops for a haircut because barbers consistently deliver a great cut. Recently, I discovered 81 Barbers, a barbershop tucked away behind The Children’s Museum open just six months in downtown Tucson—and it is already buzzing busily. Here's why.
Your salon work is a barometer of your mastery of the art of hairdressing—not of you.