Posts tagged ‘education’
What separates you from the woman “bumping ends” in her kitchen? The answer must be training and expertise. If the salon experience that you create does not highlight this advantage, turn in your $200 flat iron now.
Last week, I staged a live “Ask A Stylist” session with Dr. Kari Williams from Mahogany Hair Revolution of Los Angeles, Ca. During the event, I watched Williams fully accept and thrive in her role as a hair care educator. I observed the hair-nistas as they pounced on her with questions. I could tell that a few of them thought, “Wow, I wish my stylist talked to me like that.”
Used correctly, flaunting your expertise can be the hook that keeps your clients coming back and glowing about your services to their friends. Continue reading “The Kitchen Beauticians Have Nothing on You, Right?” »