Proper Client Etiquette –
In cosmetology school, you’ll learn to cut and style all types of hair. You’ll use your creativity to apply color and highlights, and you’ll learn the techniques to apply makeup flawlessly. Once you graduate and pass your state board exam, you’ll be ready for your first salon job. Perhaps you’ve been a profession hair stylist for years and never learn or had any real salon etiquette demonstration set forth to aid in your success. Being successful in your new cosmetology career goes beyond the technical skills: you also need to practice good salon etiquette to earn the respect of your clients and coworkers. The good news is that exhibiting proper salon etiquette is pretty much common sense.
As you hone your technical skills, build your reputation as a respectful, professional stylist. There some key things you must do. Some rules to live by in order to get and keep your clients happy with your services and satisfied with the treatment they receive. Remember the 80% 20% , 20% of your work 80% of the experience.
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The Importance of Safety and Hygiene What is Health and Safety?
When we talk about health and safety, we are ultimately talking about stopping the likes of stylist , visitors, and customers from being subject to workplace incidents, so that they can enjoy freedom from illness and injury.
Health And Safety Rules Are There To Protect Employees
Clearly, there are some industries and roles that are deemed more ‘risky’ than others. However, it is important that good practices are implemented across all areas so that employees do not face unnecessary or uncontrolled risks when performing their jobs.
The area of health and safety is subject to many laws and regulations and failure to comply with the law can leave businesses open to prosecution and countless financial, reputational, and practical consequences. By promoting best practices throughout the company, the stylist can avoid these hindrances. Maintaining high standards of hygiene in your salon is vital to prevent the risks of cross contamination. Whether it’s from yourself, other clients or dirty tools, fungi, viruses, parasites and bacteria can easily spread if you don’t do your bit to put a stop to them.
Texture Types – there will be in-depth discussion Hair texture is a term used to describe the thickness or width of each individual hair strand. It’s important to keep in mind that hair texture does not determine your density, or how much hair you actually have.
What is my hair texture?
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Product Knowledge (all product knowledge classes will come with individual information. As each product has its own function and will not all include the same material).