Self-Care Tips for Stylists That Prevent BURNOUT


BLOG, For Professionals, The Evolution of the Beauty Industry, Uncategorized

Self-care is important to avoid stylist burnout Throughout my 23 years as a cosmetologist, salon owner, consultant, and educator, I’ve noticed that not only are we some of the most hard-working professionals, but also some of the most empathic I’ve ever known. Problem is, we love to take care of others, but are not so […]

June 2, 2018

Are You Really Capitalizing on this BILLION DOLLAR Industry?


BLOG, For Professionals, My Life, The Evolution of the Beauty Industry

Cosmetics-Are you really capitalizing on this BILLION DOLLAR market? The United States Cosmetic Industry is the largest in the world, estimating a total revenue of $54.89 BILLION! This industry is projected to grow 3-4% each year over the next 5 years in the United States Why?  Look at the statistics: Emotional Attachment *Nearly half of […]

February 20, 2018

Deregulation of the Beauty Industry-Who is Really Behind it?


BLOG, For Professionals, The Evolution of the Beauty Industry

Have you been following my “Evolution of the Beauty Industry” series? Here is what I’ve covered so far: 1st week Diversion 2nd week Distribution  3rd week Chair rental vs. Employee, 4th week the Uberization of the industry and now…The deregulation of our industry. I get it, when you are working behind the chair, you’re probably […]

February 12, 2018

The Evolution of the Beauty Industry-Booth Rental vs. Employee


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In week 1 I touched on Diversion, week 2 was about Distribution and another shift that has transformed our industry-INDEPENDENT STYLISTS. From a stylists point: Hairstylists are often faced with two options when they start their career: renting a booth or chair from a salon owner, or working for an employer on a salary or […]

January 23, 2018