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Transcript of Cosmetology
Scuhurman, Aysha. "A Brief History of Cosmetology." N.p., n.d. Web.
"Cosmetology Careers and Cosmetology Education Information." What Is Cosmetology? N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Dec. 2012.
"History of Cosmetology." History of Cosmetology. N.p., n.d. Web. 18 Dec. 2012.
Jurgens, Sarah. "Job Shadow." Personal interview. 13 Oct. 2012. Sarah mentioned that it can be difficult to establish a clientele. A few ways to build and keep a clientele are: Building a website for your salon services and promoting the site through social media, promote your services at community events like trade shows and holiday events, and host an open house at the salon to attract new customers. Questions and Answers from Sarah: Did you get a job right after you finished beauty school?
I worked at an apprenticeship salon to get hands on experience of what it would actually be like. I worked at 22 Changes for 7 years and eventually made $14 an hour. I decided that I needed a change, and moved on to a real salon, called Julians. What do you like pros and cons of your job? The best thing about my job is seeing people smile and making them feel beautiful, it makes you feel good. I can wake up everyday and be excited to go to work, not everyone is that lucky. The negative things about my job are the health risks. With using your hands all day you are at a higher risk to get carpul tunnel. I also stand all day, which hurts my feet and my back, you just have to make sure you take good care of yourself. Another thing I learned the hard way is to separate your work and personal life. A lot of people will come in, and talk to you about your problems, which is okay, as long as you aren't getting involved or talking about it outside of work, that can cause a lot of drama. What are your normal hours? Monday through Friday I work from 10am to 7pm, then on Saturday I work from 8am to 6pm.