Some new life and business updates! I am slowly trying to wind my way down to 3 days a week taking lash clients in the studio to free up some days for teaching makeup at Paul Mitchell, for commercial and other production work, for weddings, for other business projects, AND to have at least one or two days off per week. As you all know, makeup is my first and one true love, so I really want to dedicate a lot of time to it, and doing lashes for 8 hours a day for 4 or 5 days a week is very hard on my body. I'd like to start working only Monday, Tuesday *or* Wednesday, and Thursday. If I have a slow week, I might add a day but starting in October this will go down to 3 days per week. Work hours *may* also change from 11-7 to 10-6 to accommodate my personal life considering I work from home. All currently scheduled appointments will still remain the same.
What this means for you... I appreciate all of the referrals but currently I cannot accept new eyelash clients because it is becoming hard for me to even reschedule existing clients at their normal 3-4 week cycles. If you are a client that consistently reschedules or cancels, I will not be able to rebook you within a reasonable amount of time, instead I will have you reschedule your own appointment by booking online, or you can book an appointment with my apprentice Michon, who does very good work. I am still accepting brow wax or other facial wax clients, as that takes less time than lashes.
I strive to offer the best services to my clients and I appreciate all of you, and without you and your business I would not be where I am today. I will continue to work my ass off and put out the best services possible and I do appreciate everyone's flexibility and patience with my schedule. I really wish I could work 10 days a week for 30 hours a day but alas it is impossible.
One last thing then I'm done I SWEAR! If you want to LEARN lashes, I will be blocking out some days in November where I will take up to 3 people in my studio for an intensive teaching session. This requires a deposit of 200 for me to purchase a hand selected lash kit. You can make great money but it takes a certain kind of person to really become great at it. Fine motor skill, PATIENCE, and good eyesight and body mechanics is really the entire job. If you are interested AND licensed or soon to be licensed, please contact me.
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