While following the latest TREND in fashion, beauty, or hair style/ color can keep life
interesting, remaining "trendy" does have its limits, and it requires a bit of courage,
time.. and money.
I've observed that most clients want to appear modern, updated and not living
in a beauty time warp, most tend to cultivate their own "look" their own style,
.. and, in most cases, I applaud this. We have all seen individuals who seem
dedicated to staying "on trend".. but do themselves a disservice. Some trends
simply do not flatter everyone. Instead, I find joy in helping clients as they
capture their own SIGNATURE look. And, there are numerous ways we can
create variations and updates to this signature look. It just takes a bit of
thought and some meaningful communication with our customer.
Maintaining a loyal clientele, in part, is rather a balancing act: Creating slight
alterations in hairstyle, color placement, a variation of color level, tone -- with a
nod to "what's new", all keep things fresh without making extreme changes
that often do not work.
An important part of what I present here on our page centers around discussing
various ways to enhance our clients' appearance. Let's consider that your work
goes far beyond simply scheduling a regular color re-touch that seldom or
never creates anything "new". Visiting you at the salon should include a
bit of fun.. a bit of excitement. Even the tiniest bit of change can provide that
"lift" a client hopes to find.
That is why I have added hands-on participation as a part of my IMMERSION
INTO HAIR COLOR day-long learning sessions. We go beyond my step-by
-step color demonstrations and deep study of essential new hair color theory
and color chemistry. All important. BUT:
Attendees have the opportunity to formulate, mix and apply color as we
CHANGE or CORRECT our models' hair during our day together. 2024 begins
with sessions, starting in January - Sarasota, Florida, Dallas, Texas, Bend,
Oregon, Chicago, Illinois, and Detroit, Michigan. Early bird tuitions remain
in effect. Or you can register by making three installments.
For more information or to register, call or text ELISA MESSICK at