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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Professionalism In the Salon

I recently watched a video blog by a barber on the hustler vs. the business man. After watching his video I felt inspired to write my own blog about it. I want to take what he said and apply it to the stylist of the world. Here lately this topic has been surfacing in our circle a lot. Which in my opinion is not a good thing, because it often stems from a certain situation we have personally experienced. In most aspects of life and business dealings you must always remain professional and make each and every client feel equal. One main aspect of being a professional is for stylist to build healthy relationships with their clients. How do I do this, and why would I do this you ask? This is a way to drive your business and retain those clients. Don't get me wrong now, all stylist want new clients, but no stylist should want their chair to be a revolving door. Please realize that your clients are your walking, talking free advertisement! If their experience was good or bad the public will see it, snap a pic, compliment it, joke about it, ask who did it, and that client will not have a problem building you up and sending new people your way. Or tear you down and suggest that people never step your way. Another sector of professionalism is your level of education, the skill set of your mind, and your willingness and ability to learn and grow in your field. Your repeat clients keep coming back for a reason! Figure out why, embrace it, and then take them to the next level. That is the art and beauty of this industry, you all transform lives! Your clients trust that you know what your doing, what looks good on them, what is trending in the streets, all while maintaining a healthy head of hair. It is 2012 and we have been through all sorts of stages and phases with our hair, which is why clients don't need several sets of hands in their head. Stylist need to maintain client cards and profiles to compile data form each visit. This will help to track the growth and progress of the hair, along with tracking any issues the hair or scalp may be experiencing. Log job info, hobbies, special occasions, or anything else that will make your relationship personal but professional at the same time! Always remember that your clients are expecting an amazing experience from beginning to end. This can all be accomplished by remaining professional from beginning to end! Happy Building!

Monday, June 11, 2012



Hey how is it going Ashe Beauty would like to welcome you to our blog. Each month we will feature a new topic based upon what we stand for. Our passion is beauty and our mission is to empower people and inspire them to do great things.

What is Beauty

True beauty

True beauty is in the way she laughs
True beauty is in her eyes
True beauty is how she acts
True beauty is inside True beauty is unseen
True beauty is only felt
True beauty is not mean
True beauty is herself
True beauty can't be cruel
True beauty is bare
True beauty within you
True beauty is always there
True Beauty can't be covered with makeup
True beauty means true love
True beauty can't be baked up
True beauty is the flight of a dove
True beauty has no flaws For True beauty is all that matters after all

Jean Pullman

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Friday, June 8, 2012

Ashe Beauty

Ashe Beauty is definitely on the move. We love to encourage beauty and promote self-awareness. A great appearance leads to exceptional confidence. Rather it is adding hair extensions or going natural we want to be apart of a change from the outside and within.......look out and keep watching for more details about Ashe Beauty. Join Ashe Beauty at