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Three Steps for Networking in the Beauty Industry

After graduating from beauty school, it can be difficult to know where to start. There are endless opportunities for success, but finding the paths that lead there can be challenging. These steps to networking in the beauty industry can help lead you down the path to success, starting your career off right.     

Social Media

  In recent years social media has only increased in popularity. This surge has led businesses to adjust their techniques, and the beauty industry is no different. Start marketing yourself through your social media channels, or create new ones specifically for your beauty work. Post about when you will be available to work, as well as examples of the past work you have done. This will encourage the people you already know to book appointments with you.  

Rub Shoulders

  There are many greats in the industry. These professionals have found success in beauty, paving the way for others to follow. Find some local beauty legends in your area, or try and contact your favorite nationally known. Introduce yourself and try to keep in contact. There is a thin line to walk between being persistent and being a pest so be cautious not to overdo it. Those looking to break into the industry can find these greats and offer to intern for them or work as an assistant. While the initial pay may not be what you want it to be, the experience will be far more valuable.  

Stay in the Industry

  New styles and techniques are constantly being brought to life. It is important to take note of these and understand how it is shaping the industry. Attend beauty events and counters. Talk with the people here, again rubbing shoulders with authorities in the industry. Make sure that you keep yourself updated on the happenings in beauty, and how these factors have changed since you first received your license. Keep yourself relevant, networking within the beauty industry. This will be beneficial to your future success, helping to keep you connected with the right people.
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