June 2012 Blog Posts (13)

HELP! Need help bringing in clients for New Business

Hi fellow Estys, I need help and I need your help now!

I’ve opened a skincare studio inside of a salon, and though I knew (from past experience) that business is can be slow during summer months, I never believed that I would totally hit a brick wall.

I’ve introduced myself by putting together gift bags and delivering them to the other stylists and businesses, and I’ve had some to come by, and they all stated that the studio is beautiful and serene. I want to…

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Added by Lugenia's Skincare Studio on June 27, 2012 at 12:20pm — 9 Comments

NIC needs your input/opinion!

National-Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology (NIC) is conducting a survey of skin care professionals as the job analysis component of future NIC exams.  Your participation is instrumental in justifying the content of future esthetics examinations.  The best part is you are entered to win an iPad2, simply by participating in the survey!  Simply click on the following link to share your views/opinions:…

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Added by Katie Armitage on June 25, 2012 at 11:17am — 1 Comment

New Video about the Dermafiles

I just posted a "how to" video about the Dermafiles on my website. I also posted a news reel that's pretty cool.

http://www.shelleyhancock.com/dermafile.html  If you like the video, I always appreciate a thumbs up rating!!

 

Added by Shelley Hancock on June 25, 2012 at 9:28am — 2 Comments

Mobile Esthetics

Hey Girls!

considering Going on my own and thinking about providing a mobile esthtic service to my local community. I Dont feel like im getting anywhere working from salon to spa to salon..... Sigh,,, Any suggestions anyone or advice. Im hoping to make this a reality. Anything will help. Thanks!!!=)

Added by victoria on June 15, 2012 at 4:07pm — 4 Comments

Infection Control in your Spa/Salon

This term describes efforts to prevent the spread of diseases as well as killing microbes. There are three levels of control; SANITATION, DISINFECTION, and the highest level is STERILIZATION. While in the workplace, cross-contamination can be prevented by simple steps such as washing yours hands, using latex or non-latex gloves (when preforming waxing services and extractions), safety glasses may even be needed in some cases. Disinfect your station before & after every client- Think…

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Added by Shareen Rustin on June 14, 2012 at 6:27pm — No Comments

Not sure what small demo or service at spa event.

 

I'm going to be a vender at a spa event and I need to provide a small service or demo.  I'm not sure what I can do. Any ideas?

Thanks for your replies from my other question about the goodie bags.

Added by Lindsey Alana Spray on June 12, 2012 at 3:15pm — No Comments

micro needle rollers

Well here is something new. .. micro needle rollers  We just started using these at the spa and selling them at the distribution center.     Wow... they give new meaning to the term "no pain, no gain".. ha, ha.  So interesting and we are all seeing the results.  Wonder how our clients will react.   When we use them on ourselves we control the pressure.  We are using the ones with the 540 needles now.  They are much more comfortable.  Would love to hear what is happening out there…

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Added by isabel dassinger on June 11, 2012 at 1:34pm — 1 Comment

I have an African American client who presents with grade  2 acne and lots of deep rooted congestion covering almost the entire face  and the clieht has an allergy to Sulfer, I work primarily with De…

I have an African American client who presents with grade  2 acne and lots of deep rooted congestion covering almost the entire face  and the clieht has an allergy to Sulfer, I work primarily with Dermalogicia products and as such I clearly cant use Dermalogica's Medibac line ( which would cleary be my first choice) do to sulfer being a main ingredient for that specific line. How do I treat this client and give sound results? I would like to recommend an appropriate product line as well as…

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Added by Theolyn Patterson on June 10, 2012 at 12:06am — 3 Comments

How to determine your clients phototype by using the Fitzpatrick Scale

Type I- Very fair skin, generally with red or blonde hair.

REACTION TO UV- Always burns, never tans

Type II- Very common skin type characteristic of fair-skinned individuals.

REACTION TO UV- Almost always burns and tans minimally

Type III-  This client could be Mediterranean descent, a white skin with medium pigment.

REACTION TO UV- Sometimes burns and…

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Added by Shareen Rustin on June 8, 2012 at 8:24pm — No Comments

Dear Client, I'd be happy if you don't return.....

After yet another busy day of Waxing and Lash Extensions, I'm tired.  The last Lash client, Amy (names changed to protect the innocent), was nice, pleasant, kept still, professional, and I I applied a full set of lashes.  After 2.25 hours, with 78 LPE & LashDip on the lowers, they looked fantastic, if I do say so myself.  She was as pleased & happy as pie!

I rebooked her for 2 weeks, collected the $220. (she payed with visa), confirmed she didn't have any questions.... Sounds…

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Added by Siostra Rodzona on June 8, 2012 at 2:29pm — No Comments

Continuing Education for Estheticians

Growing business as an esthetician can be a challenge, and it's important to routinely boost clientele. Some businesses gain more clients by advertising more or by branching out, but the ultimate way to make and keep new clients consistently is to ensure that your service is the best around. 

Now that you've received training and a license, it's important to invest in continuing your education. Advanced training saves you time by skipping the learning curve and lets you…

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Added by Caitlin Clive on June 6, 2012 at 10:00am — No Comments

Protect your skin and eyes from UV A & B

One way to avoid too much sun exposure is to stay out of the sun between the hours of 11am and 3pm. The UV rays are the strongest between these times. If  you need to be outside, be sure to use a sunscreen with a 30 SPF (sun protection factor). And of course, wear your eyeglasses to protect your eyes! You will be glad you did as older age approaches.

Added by Shareen Rustin on June 5, 2012 at 7:53am — No Comments

Summer time....

Oh, how I love the summer. The long days, warm nights... and lots of sunshine.  

This blond girl enjoys the sun on my face (with sun screen, of course), wind in my hair and lots of ice cream & Mint Juleps!  

So bring it on mother nature, I'm ready, willing and waiting for you.

Your sole-full, fun loving ray of sunshine,

S~

Added by Siostra Rodzona on June 4, 2012 at 3:55pm — No Comments

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