Caitlin is one firecracker that loves pushing herself.
We are often asked as stylists how we learn a new technique before we explore the option of using such one on our clients. Only recently has it become more acceptable to share with the outside world the reality of our world using mannequins. Yes, we work on them, day in, and day out. Each one has a name, and more often than not, we refer to her by such. L 🙂 L…Not because we’re crazy but because each mannequin comes with different lengths of hair and hair level color. Also, finding the right tripod to fit them all can be a challenge of its own. That’s another subject we will write on later. But in short invest in the right tools. Bottom- line.
This time around we wanted to showcase mannequin work and how using one technique with different colors can yield different visual end results.
- First, it did take me more than one try to find a salon that was a good fit for me. It’s okay to not find a new home right away.
- The second part to that is, no matter the amount of experience or education, you’re starting all the way over, and that goes for guest base as well as level, because in my case, I’m once again in a Summit Salon as I was previously in GA.
[question]We all long for mentors and I think its important to ask for advice when given the opportunity and so I asked Caitlin what was the best advice you ever received as a hairdresser?[/question]
[question]Who’s your super hero and why?[/question]
My superhero, if we’re talking actual comic book super heroes is probably batman. He’s one of the guys that’s just that, he’s human. He has human judgement and makes human mistakes. He’s also someone that in public reality doesn’t always get expected to do much, but sometimes those people are the ones who do the most unexpected things. Arrow is a close second for the same reasons.
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