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Are West Coast Barbers and Stylists Better Than East Coast Barbers and Stylists ?? Are the Stylists and Barbers in the South better than the North Barbers and Stylists??? Or is it just similar styles with different twist that makes each sector have its own SWAG!!!! Lets Find Out Tonight
In our Industry it seems every Hairshow has a Battle or Competition of some sort. These Battles are to show skill levels of everyday professionals ,friendly competition and networking so We think. Now it seems some battles or competitions allow none barber and stylist to judge and when it does all HELL breaks Loose and its No Longer FUN or Professional .Who is Truly Champ of these Battles or are we Losing the WAR in professionalism.Join us and give your thoughts
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We as barber and stylists hear so many woes of the economy ,from high gas prices ,to rent increase and so on .Some try to ride this wave by lowering prices and increasing open times just to find themselves worn out at the end of the work week only a few dollars over what you already were making. Some ask what can be done ? what will I do? and I say "Are You Prepared for your increase?" Join me as I open the doors of CONFIDENCE.
Where is my cliente? We will discuss wh the salon business has dropped off for a lot of stylists. What can be done to turn it around. How long do clients usually stay with a stylist? What is the new, modern approach to hair styling. What impact does non licensed stylist have on the industry? What impact does distributors play in the industry? How can I increase my clientele today?
Ok People some one sent it in and we are going to talk about it .Its a growing trend now to see fights break out between co workers in front of clients. Managers who are not capable of the task making a mess of an already bad situation. Where is the professionalism? People "Who in the Hell left the Gate Open?"
Nothing lit up the airwaves last week like Dwyane Wade's pants. National newscasts featured pictures, sports fans and non-fans alike weighed in on the daring look. Who makes the call on the looks? Who are the fashion Game Changers?
Today, it's no longer enough to simply have game on the court or field. Stylists like Calyann Barnett, Co-Founder of WWB Lifestyle Agency, take care to craft the brand and look of athletes who make more money off the field of play than they do playing the game. PR Pros lhelp keep the bad stories out and the good news in – just like Olivia Pope on Scandal.
Barnett will join us to talk about the imprint she has had on fashion conscious NBA players around the league. Her impressive roster of clients includes Hype Williams, Shaggy, Dwyane Wade, Keyshia Cole, Matt Damon, Usain Bolt, and several large international corporate brands.
Tune in Wednesday at 7pm ET for A New View from the Sideline.
The dish continues primetime. Our most popular segment, "Beauty Talk" is hitting the airwaves again with featured artists/stylists, Neema Ali, Shon Michaux and President of Teknique Agency, Tekoa Hash. The "glam squad" behind some of the most popular and likely your fave reality shows like Love and Hip Hop, Gossip Game and Playing with Fire.
We are dishing not just trends in beauty and product faves but we are also getting down to "bizness" and dishing about how each artist got their start, what part social media has played in building their brand and the experience of doing reality tv. Oh and we definitely have to get the scoop on how you can achieve some of the most popular looks at home. Make sure you are situated to take notes. We are dropping the dish ...As always.
It's #BagLadiesLIVE! Tweet your beauty questions with #BagLadiesLIVE attached and we'll answer live on air. And you can follow that same hashtag during the show for extra off-air commentary.
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First let me set the stage so you will be able to understand the depth of the pit I climbed out of. In the late 1990’s my wife Coleen and I lived in the Phoenix metro area. My consulting business was doing well and the future looked bright. I was working on a “Roll-Up” in the staffing industry and had put together a management team with many years of accomplishments between them. I was having great success in combining a significant group of independent staffing companies to purchase for the “Roll-First let me set the stage so you will be able to understand the depth of the pit I climbed out of. I took what I knew, how to sharpen professional hair styling scissors and built myself a ladder from there to climb out of my pit of despair and hopelessness. First was the invention of a better sharpening system, one that would not ruin the scissors. Second, I developed a proprietary brand of high end styling shears. Third, I developed a business plan for a recession proof business sharpening and selling shears to hair stylists. My program met the needs of the stylist by providing a sharpening service that was better than anything else on the market and a top quality shear they could purchase at a reasonable price. Later we added an interest free payment option to make it even better. The point of this story isn't YEA ME! No, rather I want to show that in my case when my back was literally against the wall, what appeared to be the end of everything I knew was actually a gift from God. This gift enabled me to use what I knew to help many others recover from BTSD – Boomer Traumatic Stress Disorder, the hopelessness many boomers feel as they face today’s economic challenges. Don't become one of the over 50 unemployed people living the new American nightmare.
This week on Sisters: Real Talk!
Meet Kendra Charisse Porter, Personal Image Consultant, Stylist, and Founder of Honor You, the premier personal image agency for full figured women.
Miss Porter is a body expert and style architect. As founder of Honor You, her method of bodycentric styling teaches women to embrace their shape no matter their size and to love the skin they’re in. She has been featured on Yahoo!, Hello Style for Marie Claire’s Big Girl In a Skinny World, and All On the Line with Joe Zee. Kendra is also a stylist and the New York Market Manager with Style for Hire, a network of stylists personally trained and selected by Stacy London of TLC’s What Not To Wear. She has styled for well-known brands like Neiman Marcus and Bloomingdale’s and has dressed for shows for Oscar de la Renta to Rachel Zoe and during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
Her motto: Honor Your Shape. Honor Your Size. HONOR YOU!
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A member of the beauty family ,Celeste Corcoran and her daughter Sydney were injured in the April ,15th Boston tradey. I need the beauty community to assist in anyway possible . Here more about this devastating story from Emerge Spa salon director Marti Mercer.
Special thanks to Jerly Spear for this contact information as you know Rosa's Resources love to hear story's affecting stylists around the world.
Doctors of the USA welcomes Tienlyn Jacobson, the co-founder and writer of a fashion and beauty blog SayHelloMax, to talk about healthy habits and lifestyle tips in order to find balance in every aspect of one’s life. She will also share with us her personal experience on how to maintain a healthy mentality in the Fashion Industry while dealing with competition.
Tienlyn Jacobson is a former model turned fashion writer and stylist. She is also the co-founder, writer, and stylist for SayHelloMax, a finely curated fashion and beauty blog. She has modeled for high profile brands such as Levi’s, Pepsi, Bebe, Health Magazine, Nike and Bare Escentuals to name a few, and has written for publications such as Beauty and Style, Fashionising, ShopStyle, ModeWalk and Denim Magazine. Tienlyn was also recently featured on Refinery29 as one of San Francisco’s star stylists. She is an avid runner, yoga and organic foods enthusiast with a love for the outdoors. She holds a B.A in Sociology and Visual Art, has attended the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising as well as a graduate program in digital marketing and social media.
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