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THINKING ABOUT WHAT IS NEXT Finding yourself at a crossroads in your career can be an uncomfortable discovery, and a crossroads point can mean many things. Perhaps you're thinking of quitting entirely. Maybe you're leaning towards changing specialties. Or you might be thinking about changing salons...

You Can Apply the Principles of Taekwondo

While building trust with your client is a really great thing to do, and a fabulous skill to develop on you way to becoming the Master Hairstylist, knowing what you can do to protect yourself from too much information, cloudy boundaries, demanding clients will be vital to your well being in a chaotic salon.

Strong woman 123rf.com/Robert Lerich

Inexpensive, Effective, and Easy to Use

Okay, my hairstylist friends, today I’m going to share with you how pilates prop can help you with body pain.  They are inexpensive, effective and easy to use.  You can even travel with them, store them in attractive basket or container and keep in your living room, or wherever you watch TV.  We will go through each one that I use on a regular basis and share my own discoveries as well.

Pilates Props
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Let's Make It The New Normal To choose authenticity in your salons is to declare a future in the beauty industry, but how many hairstylists actually are that?What you do today to bring honesty and awareness to your own life, the salon, to your clients, will have a profound effect on your energy level, your satisfaction, your happiness, and your ability to stay at a particular salon, or stay in your career, period. It begins with the owner, and trickles down. There always seems to be an underlying dishonesty, lack of transparency, and deceit in salons. Let's make authenticity the new normal in salons, and read on to find out how.

Authenticity 123rf.com/Dirk Ercken

To Land Yourself In The Salon Of Your Dreams

You've been told to be the best at what you do, so you can climb up.  Maybe you’ve done everything the “right way”.  You’ve gone to beauty school, you got a job in a salon, but you quickly realize it isn’t enough to sustain you financially, or spiritually.  You stick it out to get some experience, but you have been working hard and long hours with little pay, and hope it gets better.

Dream Salon 123rf.com/Cathy Yeulet