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The Amazing Career and Lifestyle Workshop

My career and struggles do not qualify me to write, speak or teach you—my solutions do.

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How to Avoid Stylist Burnout

Beauty pros have the BEST jobs--making people feel amazing and beautiful all day long? Sign us up. But what about the price bargaining, the impossible expectations, the never-ending DMs, the blurry lines dividing being clocked in and being clocked out? Stylist burnout is a real thing. Here's how to avoid it...

Tips for Correct Body Positioning for the Professional Hairdresser

The experts at Sam Villa offer their tips for correct body positioning when performing a cut or color.

If You Had to Do it All Over Again: Advice from a Retiring Hairdresser on How to Build a Fulfilling Career

You may be surprised to hear some of the things he feels he got right...and some that he wishes he had done differently.

CBD Boom: Salon Q&A About Cannabidiol

In this Q&A with Dr. Andrew Kerklaan, learn about the benefits of CBD for both beauty professionals and clients.

Should You Become a Hairdresser?

Some things to ask yourself if you are considering a career as a stylist from someone who has been doing hair--and loving it--for more than 40 years.

Ford, Interrupted: How a Top Stylist Recovered After Losing a Finger

Caitlin Ford says 2018 was her most successful year professionally. But the artist faced a life-changing event on October 3.

Stylists, Start the New Year Right: A List of 16 Ways to Be Healthier, Happier in 2019 and Beyond

This year, make yourself a priority.

Moving into the New Year, How to Live and Work with Intention

Living and working with intention is taking a step back to really take the time to see where we are at and where we want to be. Read through one stylist's suggestions for being thoughtful and responsive in her life and her career.

Being a Hairstylist and Coping With Invisible Illness

A campaign between Instagram star-stylist Ash Fortis and ECOHEADS during Invisible Illness Week in October revealed an industry fully aware of, and trying to cope with, the agony of invisible illnesses.