Why Continuing Education in the Beauty Biz Matters

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I’m often asked why I take the time to attend Continuing Education Units (CEUs or classes.)  They are usually a full day (away from my clients ☹) and can be costly.  But not attending isn’t an option for me – I enjoy these classes because they bring me up to speed on what’s new in the fashion world, connect me with instructors to learn from and open a dialogue with my peers.  These classes provide an outlet for consuming knowledge, applying new concepts and exploring my own creativity, cutting and styling expertise.  I learn so much which excites me!  Then I can’t wait to back to the salon and share it with you.

Did you know that the Bridget Bardot, Goldie Hawn and Peggy Lipton bangs of the 70’s are making a comeback?   I’m very excited to attend a class on March 31 that is all about updating 70’s hairstyles!  Doesn’t that sound fun?  (I’ll have pictures and more content to share with you in April.)  Fashion and beauty trends are cyclical – they come back around every now and again, but with a fresh, modern twist.  I think that’s what inspired me to try out some “fringe” of my own.

Celebrating a throwback to the 70’s with bangs!

What do you think?  I hope if you’re flirting with the idea of bangs, you’ll schedule some time with me after my class.  I attended a class last year in New York – Advanced Razor Haircut Class RCO.  Many of you enjoy this haircut as much as I’m pleased to do it!

I refine my craft every day in the salon.  I improve my technique and learn about what’s new by attending continuing education classes.  I can’t wait to share the latest with you – meanwhile, I invite you to follow me on Instagram and Facebook.  Also, if you have a suggestion for a blog topic, please private message me and we’ll consider it for future articles.

As always, thank you for trusting me as your stylist and loyal friend!  What an honor it is helping you to feel and look as beautiful as you are.  Your love and support are appreciated!  Until next time –

Mucho amor, Marilo