Hear first-hand from master trichologist Karen Gordon what the “root causes” of hair loss are and what the size of the hair loss/hair replacement market is today.
Learn how YOU can get into this lucrative and fulfilling field, assessing your clients’ conditions and adding REVENUE to your business by offering this service and the retail products related to it.
For the last 16 years, I have performed makeovers on women battling cancer and during that time, I have learned a ton of dos and don’ts. Here are 5 mistakes we may make when working with a salon client with cancer and how to correct them.
"It’s about texture… and texture doesn’t have a race."
In the days following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, the despair being shared by so many also served to propel Rodrick Samuels, a barber, educator, and owner, into action.
New perceptions of gender--more specifically, the greater acceptance of gender fluidity and things like choosing your personal pronoun — have opened the door to men’s acceptance of more traditionally feminine products and services. However, the marketing of cosmetics for men still retains a heavily masculine sensibility, but this is changing.
Before you click a camera, know this: why are you creating the images? The success of a photoshoot hinges on your answer. Even if it’s just for fun, set a goal or purpose and stay focused to attain good results, otherwise, it’s like shooting fish in a barrel—you might get a nice photo, you might not.
In planning our photo shoot, we asked the question: men with makeup, what is it? They have to be men who wear cosmetics for a more significant reason than to cover up a pimple. They want to look better and maintain an air of naturalness. It has to complement their lifestyle, I said to the team.