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Is it Time for a Break?

As the weather warms up, many Americans are planning their summer getaways, but sadly fewer Americans are taking full advantage of their vacation time. Our Wellness Blogger Mary Wilson outlines why it's important to give yourself a vacation.

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How to Help Clients With a Hair-Pulling Disorder

A client living with trichotillomania will likely hide it from you, and might skip coming to the salon altogether. Once you understand the problem, you will become an asset and resource to your client.

The 10 Best Mood-Boosting Crystals to Improve Productivity

The American Institute of Stress says 83% of US employees suffer from work-related worry, which may increase burnout. Crystal Expert Brett Larkin reveals the best crystals to improve your workspace, boost productivity and reduce stress.

Sleep Expert Explains the Hidden Meaning Behind Common Dreams

A sleep expert reveals the potential meaning behind five of the most common dreams--falling, being chased, teeth falling out, being naked in public and flying.

How to Slay Stress and Find More Happiness

The true test of life is never in what happens to us. It is always in how we choose to respond to situations.

A Wellness Arrival Ritual Makes Mask-Wearing a Little Easier for Clients

Two salons incorporate essential oils in an arrival ritual that encourages clients to relax, while making wearing a mask more pleasant.

Chin Up! Techniques to Improve Your Attitude (and Your Client’s Attitude) During a Bad Day

Next time you or your client is in a grumpy mood, try these techniques to turn around a bad attitude.

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...

Is Being a Hairstylist a Low-Stress Job?

Depending on your clientele, salon culture and overall job satisfaction, adjectives used to describe your job as a hairstylist typically fall into the positive category. But would you agree that being a hairstylist is one of the least stressful jobs out there? According to a recent report, hairstylists rank as the second-least stressful job.

8 Subtle Symptoms That Indicate if You're Stressing Out!

Your salon’s busiest six weeks of the year coincide with the most demanding time in your personal life. To stay healthy, practice “thanks-giving.”

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