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    11-29-2012, 08:05 PM
  #11
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Foxesdontwearbowties    
I will be getting tats & piercings once I move out though, no way I could do it now.
I have a feeling that's where I'm at as well. Lol. I can color my hair what ever I want, doesn't mean they like it, but they get over it. Like right now.....MY hair was sapposed to be red.....but it's orange like heat mizer orange.....eww. I don't care how much trouble I get in, I'm going to spencers tomorrow to pic up manic panic color.
     
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    11-29-2012, 08:22 PM
  #12
Yearling
I'm a cosmetologist! I'll be licensed in a few months. It's one of the most rewarding careers out there.
You don't HAVE to have nice nails, hair, and makeup...But I'm going to be honest, your clientele will appreciate it. Would you go to someone to get your nails/hair/makeup done when they look like they don't even know how or what to do? You'll learn in school that your appearance attracts clients. If you look unprofessional, your clients will be unprofessional(meaning they will not take you seriously.) If you want money, you MUST be a successful cosmetologist...there are too many of us out there, you need to create an image for yourself.
If you need any help/advice, PM me and I'll be glad to give you help!
     
    11-29-2012, 08:28 PM
  #13
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by xlionesss    
I'm a cosmetologist! I'll be licensed in a few months. It's one of the most rewarding careers out there.
You don't HAVE to have nice nails, hair, and makeup...But I'm going to be honest, your clientele will appreciate it. Would you go to someone to get your nails/hair/makeup done when they look like they don't even know how or what to do? You'll learn in school that your appearance attracts clients. If you look unprofessional, your clients will be unprofessional(meaning they will not take you seriously.) If you want money, you MUST be a successful cosmetologist...there are too many of us out there, you need to create an image for yourself.
If you need any help/advice, PM me and I'll be glad to give you help!
I know I'kk kearn once in school, but I'm required to show up day 1 looking 100% makeup and all, and I don't know how to do that!
     
    11-29-2012, 09:05 PM
  #14
Yearling
If you don't know how, go with simple! Just put on some mascara and lipgloss. They just want to see some effort, if they have common sense they'll know not everyone knows what they're doing. As for hair, just wash it, let it air dry and go.
My school is the same way, we would get points taken off our daily grade if we didn't look well put together.
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    11-29-2012, 09:30 PM
  #15
Weanling
Along with the mascara and lip gloss, something to make you look a little more 'awake' is white, or very light eye shadow. I use my finger but you can also use a brush, just dust it onto your lids, don't pack it on.

My eyes are generally somewhat red because I don't get much sleep, so when I go to something special I'll use eye drops that reduce the redness (pretty sure all do..) and that helps brighten your appearance as well. (:

Like lioness said, go simple and easy.
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    12-01-2012, 07:13 PM
  #16
Foal
Smile Horses and Hair

I am excited for you, I am actually a Cosmetology school owner in Utah and chances are I know your school (I know most owners across the Country). We do not expect our students to already be skilled at hair, makeup or anything else regarding beauty. Embrace it, leap out there and do it - it seriously is one of the best professions I can ever imagine being in...making feel good (then of course afterwards grooming horses). Enjoy your amazing future!
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