If you’re in the beauty industry, then you know how big of an impact one sick client can make. And with flu season right around the corner, it’s more important now than ever to communicate with your clients.
Whether you’re a beginner lash artist or a master technician, there’s one thing that can make a lash extension appointment longer than it needs to be – fluttery eyelids. Fortunately, there’s a quick trick you can do to calm their nerves.
Becoming a successful microblading artist takes patience, skill, and an ample amount of practice. While proper training and determination may speed up the learning process, the art of microblading is a time-consuming craft.
Once you’re qualified though, the rewards can be substantial. The average cost of a microblading procedure at Eye Design, for example, is approximately $600-800 – that’s around $8,000 per week, based on a 10-client week.
If you’re interested in taking a microblading course, there’s a few things you should know before you sign up.
The Best Soundtrack for Your Beauty Studio
Have you ever thought about the background music you hear at the dentist, the grocery store, or the pharmacy? Probably not, right?
According to a study conducted by Nicolas Guéguen, Céline Jacob, Marcel Lourel, and Hélène Le Guelle, the tempo of the beats you’ve been hearing at the store has the power to change your mood and make you purchase more.
Loud music, for example, was proven to move customers through a store quickly, without reducing sales volume, whereas low-tempo music caused shoppers to move slower and buy more.
Up your lash game by making (and achieving) these four goals
It’s important to set goals – in your professional and your personal life. As a lash artist there’s four goals our technicians stick to.