To have or not to have that is the question... many brides to be look through Pinterest find the styles they love, try them out at a trial run, love them but decide that they don't feel like themselves... this is why trial runs are so important 1. To ensure you and your stylist are singing from the same hymn sheet 2. Your stylist can create the look you're after and 3. That you love it on you as much as the image you have saved to your favourites. We don't wear princess hair on a daily basis so you won't know for sure until you test it out ✨
Stephanie trying out her princess hair for size at her trial 👰🏻💕 #hairtrial#princesshair#trybeforeyoubuy
Vampire Blood 💋
would you believe she has super curly hair?! we started with natural level 4 regrowth & box dye mid to ends, ended with this silky smooth & shiny red😍
🤯 This. This is so good.
Communication. It’s in every aspect of our business! Consultation. During services. Follow up.
We can have all of the technical skills in the world, but if we don’t know how to COMMUNICATE with our clients we are going to fall short!
I had the absolute pleasure of reading the book “Shop Talk” by @chrissulimayhair this week
When I say it is full of knowledge bombs 💣 I mean like every page I was taking notes!
We aren’t just doing hair, we are running businesses! (Even if you are a commissioned stylist.)
It is due to release in the next week or so...keep your eyes peeled. It’s an easy read mapped with detailed steps to really take the business side of hair to the next level.
Who doesn’t like to cozy up with a good book?! 📖 ☕️