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Does education continue after beauty school? Sure hope so!

I've been in the business for over 20 years and yes I still invest in my career. Learning how to cut, color or style hair properly doesn't stop in cosmetology school, it continues long after you are licensed. If classes are available I take as many continuing education courses to fill up my calendar.  Why? Could it be because of the long term gain, or a new product line, new technology, a fresh set of eyes on the basics, new cutting and coloring techniques? ...Absolutely, all of the above.

A few of the major companies that I have trained with are Aveda, Redken, L'oreal, Paul Mitchell, and Toni & Guy. Taking advanced or continuing education allows me to stay current with the latest trends in the industry.  After hours, I watch  dozens professional hair cutting demo's on Youtube and subscriptions to  Fashion Week and behind the scenes footage. It makes my business more marketable, me more relevant and provides me with the necessary confidence to provide the perfect experience for each client that sits in my chair.

The next time you see your stylist, ask him or her when was the last time they took any classes and what was it for.  If you see your stylist once a month or bi monthly then this conversation should be initiated by him or her. I'm always excited to share what I've learned or the latest trends in fashion.
Not only because of the education but the experience. Priceless!

Education drives my business.

Danielle Green