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For the close of the show, incense filled the air as figures in black robes flanked the stage; a choir sang, and models with halos crafted from hair stepped into the light. Each style was more jaw dropping than the next, until finally, a model dressed in a white lace gown with her hair fashioned into feathers ascended the stage as glitter fell from the ceiling. A fitting end to a truly transcendent evening. First Name. Blog Collections Main News. Then it was time for the awards ceremony to begin.

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Log in. Sign up. The Hair Game Salon Republic. Subscribe to this podcast. The Hair Game is a series brought to you by Salon Republic and hosted by founder Eric Taylor, who, after 18 yrs in the hair game, has seen a lot of s!

We go deep with the beauty industry's most interesting players, we educate and tell stories about the things you care about, and we get into the business side of the game so you can earn more and keep more.

Also check out the video content on salonrepublic. We break down what's going on, what the 'new normal' will look like, and what the future holds for educating our hairdressers of the future. To enter, just leave a review on the Apple podcasts app or stitcher. Franco Hernandez has spent 30 years in the industry being open to challenges and reaching beyond his situations. We also get into the importance of mentoring and educating in his life and how a negative experience early on shaped his entire career outlook.

She gives us 5 simple ways to put more clients in your chair using Instagram. Mustafa Avci was hospitalized for 8 days with Covid A truly sobering yet uplifting story; Mustafa shares what an outpouring of love and support he received from industry and non-industry peeps alike.

She also gives us some awesome advice for communicating with your clients Eric Vaughn realericvaughn talks about the current situation with his salon revhair and his advice to other stylists who are struggling to make ends meet during this time. He also explains his strategies and mechanisms for continuing his sobriety in a highly social industry.

They go over which aspects of the bill you may be eligible for as a beauty professional. Links mentioned in this episode: Small Business Administration website: www. They share the 5 steps you can take towards being more strategic and knowledgeable about your business finances.

Go to www. It is a devastating time right now for our stylists and many others in the service industry. We asked Jenny Strebe theconfessionsofahairstylist to join us and give you some positive, helpful advice about how to deal with the current situation. He also gives some tips and advice on how to handle yourself and your business during this situation.

Episode is all about liability insurance We took some choice clips from Eps 51 through 60 for a look back. This week's episode is all about TECH. At ISSE , loveerictaylor moderated a panel discussion to cover the different apps and online services in use today in the salon industry. She knows the value of doing free hair as a promotional tool. What is the best strategy in choosing a client?

What will bring you the best opportunities for building your clientele? Have you left a review for The Hair Game Podcast yet? Taylor Loren is head of content marketing at latermedia and has recently gained over 3 million views on her Tik Tok videos. She joins Eric to discuss the app and how hairstylists can use it to their benefit. Eric also took questions from the audience looking to further their own success.

Hair star and Entrepreneur anthonypazos - he goes into the 'reality' of being on reality TV and how discovering hair helped begin his journey towards self-love. In Ep. Modern Salon Connective stylist Jessica Warburton shares her truly amazing journey to hair, as well as some techniques she learned in the military for analyzing and using non-verbal communication to your benefit. We go more in-depth with the techniques in the next episode! This episode includes topics such as: - Do you get a consultation each time?

What makes you stay? We took some choice clips from episodes 41 through 50 and put them together for a look back. Show Notes: Ep. We also included some of our listeners' horror stories who called in using our voice message feature!

Find us on Instagram: www. As a salon owner, will you be legal? As an indie hairdresser, will you become an employee? California's new employment law takes effect Jan. There have been updates and exemptions for our industry since the law was passed, so we asked Jason to fill us in on what's going on. They discuss her thoughts on the beauty industry and what hairdressers should be working on to improve their personal brand. He has used his experience in TV and hair education to create a mentoring program dedicated to giving stylists the tools they need to live the life they want.

We took some choice clips from episodes 31 through 40 and put them together for a look back. As a freelancer, Cate goes into the details of what it takes to succeed in a very challenging field of hairdressing, as well as reinventing herself on social media. TONS of great advice and inspo in this Episode! Buddy Porter found success quickly in Los Angeles; he attests it to assisting, working hard, and saying yes to every opportunity.

Took to cutting but not color; moved to LA to gain experience and get away from color. Charlie Gray is the International Creative Director of Menspire, a men's hair salon and educational academy based in London.

He explains the mission of the company and how his desire to become an educator has shaped his path, as well as: The story of Menspire and approaching it as a movement Advice for younger stylists: hard work and patience brings the opportunities What will make their Menspire brand endure over 50 years? We took some choice clips from episodes 21 through 30 and put them together for a look back. Ep 30 is a guided meditation session for stylists.

Sofie Pok began her career cutting women's hair, but soon realized she wanted to focus on men's cuts. Carving out a successful piece of the barbering pie, however, was a major challenge. In a male-dominated industry, Sofie had to prove herself time and again. She admits to us that she still does to this day, even after all of her success.

She also discusses her challenges with public speaking and what she wishes for the barbering industry and community. Why do young stylists want to be influencers rather than educators?

International Educator Ricardo Santiago discusses the role that Hair Influencers are playing in the industry and some of the issues associated with it. He also tells us the biggest mistakes hairdressers are making, gives us career advice for the next generation of stylists, and the challenges of balancing your work and personal life.

International Educator and salon owner Kelly O' Leary embraces her quirky and off-the-cuff personality. She discusses with Eric the importance of authenticity, as well as the physical and emotional challenges of hairdressing and running a salon. Rickey Zito speaks to Eric about his horrific motorcycle accident that left him in a coma for 7 days, in addition to fracturing vertebrae and collapsing his vocal chords.

He explains how he has come back from this with a new outlook on his life and career going forward. Irish stylist and International Educator Ryan Cullen tells us what's new and different in hairdressing over in Europe. He also discusses the challenges of raising his prices and what he needs to do about it.

At LookBook , we had Diego Elizarraras, Sofie Pok, and Byrd Mena sit down and field questions from barbers and stylists looking to gain insight into building brands, experience, and clientele.

Kimberly Ibbotson has accomplished many things already as a young hairstylist. Find out what each one means to her. Hairstylist and photography expert andrewdoeshair always brings a TON of insight and knowledge to his interviews, and this one no exception.

He discusses why photography and marketing yourself is more critical to growing your business than doing a better haircut. Special thanks to Jessica and hairlooksapp who hosted the event.

Larisa Love has been successful in each aspect of our industry. Hear how she got to where she is today, as well as her advice on careers and finding an assistant. He explains using mindfulness to stay focused and how to avoid 'imposter syndrome'. Modern Salon Editor-In-Chief Alison Alhamed gives us a look inside the workings of Modern Salon, including content selection and the shift from print to digital. Hattori Hanzo Educator and salon owner Justin Thomas shares why he strives to inspire other hairdressers to be fearless behind the chair, as well as discussion on viewing yourself as a business and salon ownership.

Hairstylist Success Coach and founder of hairloveretreat Elizabeth Faye speaks about finding hairdressing as a safe haven, and creating an annual festival to educate, inspire, and pass along that feeling to others.

He sat down with Eric Taylor to discuss creating Youtube hair videos and using that popularity to build an international clientele. Follow Adam on YouTube here: www. Contest Guru Erica Keelen gets into the specifics of planning your entry into hair competitions: choosing a category, finding the right model, hiring a photographer Bridal hair artist and educator Laura Chihaia lalasupdos shares her incredible story of growing up in communist Romania and reaching for a better life in the United States.

Guest Host Alison Alhamed from modernsalon turns the table on our Hair Game host loveerictaylor to find out the story of how he built Salon Republic. Greg is the guy behind several multi-million followed hair Instagram accounts and creator of styleartists. He has seen thousands of hair videos Global Artist and salon owner George Garcia and loveerictaylor discuss hustle, fundamentals, and patience in achieving your goals.

Award-winning barber and founder of victorybarbers Matty Conrad shares some history of barbering and what it takes to get men to care about their hair! Olivia Smalley omgartistry is back for another Insta-geek conversation.

Global educator and founder of summitsalon Consulting Agency Michael Cole stays on the leading edge of digital technology as it relates to the beauty professional. He explains how looking at social media as a client experience improves your strategies and effectiveness online. Global Redken Artist Veronica Ridge gets into the life of a hair educator and the challenges it creates, as well as the mistakes they make.

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Since then, the company has evolved to include salon locations all over the world, multiple educational offerings, a hair product line makers of the popular Bedhead and Catwalk brands and an archive of some pretty awesome DIY hair tutorial videos. Here, she wears a beautiful boutique find from her past travels. Collaging inspiration from beyond time and space — a fun part of the job.

Our longtime client Arcminute asked us to craft a creative lookbook to showcase the new designs in their main collection. The fashion photography highlights features of the main line such as the sporty, athleisure aesthetic and references to cultural influences from Ghana. The bright colours and unified themes made for quite a fun shoot and some great stills that were presented to buyers at Pitti Uomo and other fashion markets.

This mobile website innovatively integrates interaction and gamification into a digital fashion lookbook. It has broken the traditional lookbook of boring, one-way, paper-media feeling. The entire project integrated various digital interactive experience in one mobile website, including acquiring Galeries Lafayette's store coupon through competing the game and share it to the social network. It combined with different interactive experience, including winning the Galeries Lafayette coupons through interactive games and sharing it to social platform to exchange scores.

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The Hair Game is a series brought to you by Salon Republic and hosted by founder Eric Taylor, who, after 18 yrs in the hair game, has seen a lot of s! Also check out the video content on salonrepublic. We break down what's going on, what the 'new normal' will look like, and what the future holds for educating our hairdressers of the future. To enter, just leave a review on the Apple podcasts app or stitcher. Franco Hernandez has spent 30 years in the industry being open to challenges and reaching beyond his situations. We also get into the importance of mentoring and educating in his life and how a negative experience early on shaped his entire career outlook. Have you left a review for The Hair Game Podcast yet? She gives us 5 simple ways to put more clients in your chair using Instagram. Mustafa Avci was hospitalized for 8 days with Covid

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