1)If you don’t have a passion for the art and business of hairdressing, then you’re just cutting hair.
Tabatha has always said the number one key to success for Hair Stylists, and salon businesses alike, is passion.
Passion for art. Passion for hair. Passion for making people feel good about themselves. The passion has to be rooted somewhere!
If you or the people you’re hiring lack passion, then you’re missing the major component that drives a salon in a positive direction and gives it sustainable life!
2) You are a lifelong student of hair, no matter your experience level.
Education doesn’t end after cosmetology school, you’re a life long student of the craft.
Trends and techniques are constantly changing and evolving, and it’s a part of your job description to stay updated.
Tabatha says she keeps up with trends by attending hair shows, subscribing to trade magazines, and forming friendships with manufacturers (why, hello there).
In addition, you should be challenging yourself a few times a year (at least) with hair classes and competitions.
These type of events keep us on our feet – I know, we’re always on our feet – but these outings help build better teams, make us better Hair Stylists and overall, facilitates better business.
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