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Mission 20 The Perfect Close part 1. Retailing A great close includes a recommendation of the products used, an explanation of any referral program that you offer, pre-booking the clients next appointment and a guarantee. Let’s start with the product recommendation. Today and each day hereafter, use this system for selling products. Products are the most profitable part of the […]
Several Taylor Andrews students and staff recently volunteered their skills for acclaimed author and speaker Barbara Barrington Jones' Be The Best You Girls Camp. The students applied makeup and did updo styling for the young women who attended the camp. Great job girls!
Wow! What an incredible 5 days in Vegas. My trip started with a meeting with the Professional Beauty Association (PBA) Salon and Spa Council. I was recently elected to serve on this board, and after meeting with the other members I am really excited about the opportunity. There are some extremely talented people on the […]
Mission 19 Authentic Beauty This mission comes directly from the words of my friend Eric Fisher. Today and for all the ensuing days of your life, master authentic beauty. Authentic beauty begins by studying the face and looking at the eyes. Notice nuances and expressions. Understand what hair is capable of producing. Feel the bone structure. Examine the growth direction […]
This week I will be in Las Vegas for the Professional Beauty Association Symposium, one of the best salon education events in the entire industry. We have nearly 150 students and around 20 staff members attending. Five lucky Taylor Andrews students will be assisting Nicholas French with the opening and closing segments of NAHA and I will be teaching over 100 Beacon students on Sunday with my […]
Mission 18 The Four 3’s This week and whenever the occasion arises thereafter, practice the four 3’s. You and the rest of your team should: 1. Say hello and goodbye 3 times 2. Compliment the client 3 times 3. Use the clients name 3 times 4. Thank the client 3 times If I take a […]
Here are some new photos from a shoot our own Director of Makeup Artistry, Sherri Curtis worked on. The Photographer was Jake Garn, the Hairstylist was Chad Seale, and the body paint was done by Brett Hamilton.
Recent graduate Sam Collins and former Artistic Director Nikki Martin had the opportunity to style Alanis Morrisette's hair for one of her concerts. Great job girls!
Phillip Wilson, Chad Seale, Philip Cooper and Larry Curtis Next up in our look at former students having success is Chad Seale. One of the most impressive things about Chad is his never quit attitude. He really struggled when he first started school but he just kept working until he got it. Chad is always […]
Mission 17 Dress For Success Today and each day hereafter, I will strive to Dress for Success We’ve all heard that you can’t judge a book by its cover. But in fact, we do judge a book by its cover. The number one reason people buy a book is its title; the number two reason is the […]