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The Fastest Growing Beauty Trends Of 2019

BY COURTNEY ADEMA NOV 26, 2019 10:37AM As the year comes to a close, Square U.S. has determined the fastest growing beauty trends of 2019. Based on the responses from more the 8,000 small business owners, Square U.S. analyzed payment data, business owner and consumer sentiment in this #treatyourself era. With the new prevalence of self-care, Square found overall that customers are spending more on beauty services. Sales from the beauty sector have more than doubled since January 2017. Square beauty sellers have especially seen an increase in male customers seeking beauty and grooming services and consumer desire for specialized techniques that result in low maintenance looks. Fastest Growing Hair Trend Root smudging is the year’s fastest growing hair trend. Also known as “smudge root” or “root shadowing,” this technique enhances and lightens the root area to create a blended effect. This look is comparable to ombre or balayage techniques. The monthly sales have grown by 7,100 percent since January 2017. On average, root smudging costs $40 nationwide. By comparison, there have been 14 times as much revenue from monthly sales on babylight treatments—very delicate, white-blonde highlights created using a very fine color technique – in the same time frame. Fastest Growing Nail Trend Nail dip powder manicure is the fastest growing nail trend of the year. Clients achieve pigment on their nails by dipping them into colored powder between a base coat and a sealant. Nail dip is a thicker and longer-lasting alternative to gel polish, lasting about three to four weeks in comparison to gel polish, which lasts up to two weeks. There have been 18 times as much revenue from monthly sales since January 2017. Nation-wide, nail dip cost $39 on average. Comparatively, nail art monthly […]
By |December 12th, 2019|Uncategorized|Comments Off on The Fastest Growing Beauty Trends Of 2019|

Maintaining Healthy Habits in the Salon

This post by Natasha Bhalla has been shared from Salon professionals, listen up — YOU have the power to boost your health and feel great all day, even while at the salon! We all have so much on our plates these days, but with a few adjustments and some awareness, you can take charge of your health and wellness. It’s important to pay attention to your body and spirit needs to succeed both inside the salon and outside of it. As beauty professionals, you’re constantly giving to others and unless your own cup is full, you will eventually feel depleted and exhausted. Furthermore, illness can be invited into your life when you’re not taking care of yourself properly. Ready to stop the burn out? Incorporate the following tips into your daily routine so you feel more energetic, peaceful and healthy each day. Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate Drinking water throughout the day is essential to keeping energy levels up. Water flushes toxins from the system and helps you remain alert. Even slight dehydration can reduce focus and concentration, increasing the risk for mistakes and accidents. And, making a mistake during a client cut is the last thing anyone wants! Our bodies are made up of approximately 60 percent water and consistently replenishing this water throughout the day prevents fatigue, headaches and lethargy. Furthermore, if you drink coffee or other caffeinated beverages throughout the day, it’s important to drink water to counteract the dehydrating effects of caffeine. Drinking water is also good for your skin, as it hydrates cells and softens lines. It also aids in weight loss! Aim to drink at least half your body weight in water each day. Break during break time Breaks exist for a reason – to allow you to […]
By |March 2nd, 2018|Aesthetician|Comments Off on Maintaining Healthy Habits in the Salon|

Beauty Trends to Watch Out for in 2018

Now that 2017 is over and 2018 is here, new beauty trends are going to pop up as people try out different styles. While some of the hottest trends in 2017 will carry over into the year, there are certain trends you might want to try out in the new year, especially if attending cosmetology school or aesthetician school is on your radar. Trends to Watch In the future, people might just refer to 2018 as the year of the lashes. From lash-boosting mascaras to extensions, everyone is going to be after longer, thicker, and fuller lashes. On top of better lashes, here are some other trends that are going to be big: Beauty oils—This year, oils are going to be a go-to for smoothing unruly and dry hair. Extreme hairstyles—While long and short bobs may have been huge last year, think extreme styles, like pixie cuts and long, shiny hair, when it comes to hair. Graphic nail designs—Geometric prints, minimalist accent nails, and negative space on nails are going to be big this year. Bright eyes—Eyeliners and shadows in bright colors (think bright blue from the 1980s) are going to be on-trend in 2018. Classic lipstick bullets—For years, liquid lipsticks have dominated the market, but this year, the humble ballet is making a comeback. Glitter—Think rhinestones, gems, and sequins adhered to the eyelids to make any look sparkle. Other hot trends for 2018 will include lip tints, wet and wild hair, and thick, black eyeliner around the bottom and top lids. Get Started on Your Journey If you have a knack for staying on top of the latest beauty trends and you want to put this skill to use by attending makeup school, we want you to apply […]
By |February 5th, 2018|Cosmetology|Comments Off on Beauty Trends to Watch Out for in 2018|

Get to Know the Pantone Color of the Year

Whether you’re currently enrolled in aesthetician school or cosmetology school, or you simply like to stay on top of beauty and design trends, you’ve probably already heard that the Pantone Color of the Year for 2018 is Ultra Violet. A thoughtful, dramatic shade of purple, this color communicates visionary thinking, originality, and ingenuity that makes way for what the future holds. Enigmatic Purples in Counterculture Purple shades like Ultra Violet have made their mark in counterculture for years. Symbolizing artistic brilliance and unconventionality, the following musical icons were known for bringing shades of violet to the front of the pop culture scene: David Bowie Jimi Hendrix Prince Whether used for an all-over dye job or in makeup tones, this shade symbolizes non-conformity and inspires people to get out there and fearlessly leave their mark on the world around them. Beauty and Ultra Violet Shades This year, you’re going to see Ultra violet used on the lips and nails to give off statements of non-conformity. You might also see purple hues blended with shimmers and metallic to use on the eyes for a futuristic look. When it comes to hair, using purple shades can give off a look of boldness and creative expression. Since purple is on the spectrum for every beauty medium, thanks to its complementary and bold traits, it will pop up everywhere this year in clothing, makeup, nail colors, and hair styles. This purple color also works well with hazy and smoky hues, like lavender and mauve, to create timeless, effortless looks. Put Your Skills to Use Whether you’re new to the idea of makeup school or you’ve wanted to attend for years, now is the time to put your knowledge of current design trends, like the Pantone Color of […]
By |January 24th, 2018|Aesthetician|Comments Off on Get to Know the Pantone Color of the Year|

California Cosmetology School

There are hundreds of colleges offering a myriad of certificates and degrees in cosmetology but selecting the best California Cosmetology School can b a difficult choice to make. To study and get a license as a cosmetologist requires professional education program at a licensed and state accredited Cosmetology school. It is only after you have been conferred the degree that you can get employment as a cosmetologist or open your own beauty salon. However, the decision to enter a particular California Cosmetology school can put you in a dilemma. If you have been looking at the syllabi of different California cosmetology schools, most of these academic institutions offer a generalized curriculum for beginners but have a higher specialization when a degree is needed as a licensed cosmetologist. All of the states need require that you have a license to practice and if you plan on opening your own salon or get employed, you will need a degree or diploma from an accredited California cosmetology school, as a prerequisite to the state license. Tips to consider before seeking admission Additionally, not all California cosmetology schools are accredited and licensed so it is best to research and shortlist only those schools that are approved by National Accreditation Commission of Cosmetology Arts and Sciences. It is good to ask questions, consider the financial aid that you can qualify for and if the school offers the specialization you are looking for. Any course that has not been approved by NACCAS will not hold valid after you complete the program or you may be disqualified when you seek the license. Before you join a cosmetology program, take a tour of the facility, talk with the admissions department and schedule a visit. You