Professional Beauty November magazine: the highlights
The November issue of Professional Beauty is here and this month we head back to school looking at the latest training courses in semi-permanent make-up, learn the science behind sound healing, answer all your questions about salon leases, and see just how much TikTok can impact your spa or salon.
We also speak to facialist Tarryn Warren about how to balance the skin using probiotics, and Hellen Ward shares five truths she wants staff to know about life as the boss.
Dermalogica’s General Manager for the UK and Ireland, Mark Hermann, also shares information on the brand’s new training programmes, and we round-up the best Christmas collections from the professional brands.
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Professional Beauty November magazine highlights include:
Made up – Our guide compares different techniques for semi-permanent make-up (SPMU) brow, eye, and lip treatments
Sound effect – Wellness practitioner Michelle Saudan on the science behind sound healing and how to incorporate it into your treatment menu
The TikTok boom – We explore how salons and spas can use the app to attract Generation Z to their business and boost treatment sales
Ward’s World – Hellen Ward shares the five truths staff need to know about what it’s like to be the boss
Talking to… Mark Hermann – The UK and Ireland general manager for Dermalogica on the brand’s new training programmes and the impact of the recruitment crisis and Brexit on the industry
Operational Advice – We answer your questions about salon leases, from negotiating a break clause to how short- and long-term ones vary
New Products – This month’s pro launches include Christmas gift sets and high-tech spa furniture
Ask the Experts – Inclusive language to use on your consultation forms and a guide to skincare delivery systems
Treatment News – An electromagnetic body-sculpting device and a new meditative massage launch
Insider – Monthly stats to help salons and spas benchmark their businesses.
COVER IMAGE: HAIR: SIMON HILL, SESH HAIRDRESSING; MAKE-UP: STACEY WHITTAKER; STYLING: IAN TODD; PHOTOGRAPHY: CHRIS BULEZUIK
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