The Taylor Andrews Blog
Phillip and his son Tyler. Larry Curtis, Sherri Curtis and Phillip Wilson (Phillip has a Smores addiction!) Sherri Curtis and Dallas Curtis Former student Philip Cooper with Phillip WIlson and Current student Robert Saddler. Phillip Wilson and students.
What a great day with Phillip Wilson! Everyone was inspired by Phillips Free-Form cutting technique and had a fantastic time in his class. I am thankful to have had Phillip in the school. Not only is he a great artist but he is also a great friend. Thanks Phillip!! Phillip Wilson demonstrating his Free-Form technique […]
Mission 16 The Consultation Today and forever, master the consultation–the most important part of client service. A thorough consultation is an essential part of a professional service. A personal consultation builds the clients confidence in you and keeps the service from going in the wrong direction. Ultimately it gives you a powerful resource from which to help your […]
Mission 15 The Look Book Today, begin organizing fashion forward photographs of top models, movie stars, and celebrities. Browse fashion friendly magazines for up-to-date images of styles, cuts, colors and up-dos. Organize these photos and arrange them in a nicely bound book. Understand and know how to achieve these looks. During each consultation, walk your client through the Look Book to discover appropriate styles. What […]
This amazing work was done by former student Chad Seale with the assistance of current students Tita Tillack and Josh Parkin. The shoot was for clothing designer Keith Bryce of Filthy Gorgeous. The photographer was the fantastic Jake Garn.
Mission 14 The greeting Today and each day hereafter, I want you to meet and greet every client in the following manner: As you approach your client, Smile This is the gift of happiness. It puts your client at ease if they are nervous. Make eye contact Notice their eye color. Eye contact means trust, attention, and “I […]
Mission 13 Have an Attitude of Abundance and Cooperation I really believe that you need to be willing to share the ideas, systems and principles that work for you. So often in our industry we are afraid of or suspicious of our competition, when in reality there is plenty of business out there for anyone who provides Incredible […]
Mission 12 Forget Competition and Focus on Your Strengths Give up the whole concept of competition. Competition says that there is only one prize and we all have to compete to get it. To compete means that someone has to win and someone has to lose. It doesn’t have to be that way. We need to stop competing, -we […]