A common message in the beauty industry is that continuing education is essential to success. This is true, but the mantra falls short if a stylist leaves a supplemental course without any guidance on how to implement the newly learned skills in the salon. Aveda Means Business shares stories of salon owners who have raised revenue and built ambitious salon cultures by outlining ways for stylists to utilize skills and pass on valuable information to clients. Scroll through for five real-world examples of continuing education being applied in the salon.
*Originally published on TheHill,com, this opinion piece by ColorProof CEO and Founder Jim Markham has been reprinted below. Markham comments on increased FDA regulations as it relates to the cosmetic industry.
As many clients suffer from the symptoms of allergies and hay fever throughout the late summer and autumn, Ocean Pearl Spa located at the Sheraton Carlsbad Resort and Spa comes to the rescue with a Eucalyptus Sinus and Allergy Relief Massage.
Medical insurance is the single most important thing we need in life to cover us in case we get sick or just need to maintain one’s health. Most people don’t realize the costs of a simple operation or if you slip and fall at the salon or get burned using a malfunctioning curling iron and have to go to the doctor or hospital for treatment.
Throughout the month of August, Beauty Changes Lives' ScholarTips program is challenging beauty professionals to shape the future of the industry by sharing tips -- both financial and words of wisdom. (Read previous story about ScholarTips). Collected tips will fuel scholarships, helping make dreams possible for future beauty professionals.
As historic flooding continues to plague Louisiana homes and businesses, Neill Corporation and Paris Parker Salons and Spas are already hard a work helping salon owners and stylists who have been impacted by the flood.