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  1. Tips for Running your Own Professional Beauty Business from Home

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    If you want to make sure that you get the best result out of your home business, then you are in the right place. Here you can find out the basics of running a beauty service, without having to worry about doing hours of research.

    Pay Attention to Legalities

    If you want to run a business from your home, then you may need to try and get permission from your mortgage provider or even your landlord. It’s very likely that you will also need to take out some kind of insurance too. Other factors include having to sign up with a tax service. Of course, giving health and safety some forethought will also help you out a lot here, so make sure that you keep that in mind as much as possible.

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    How to Transform your Home into a Business

    It’s vital that you think about the logistical factors that stand between you and your business. Do you have all of the right tools to facilitate your business? Start by assessing your rooms, and find out if you have enough space to give massages, lashes or even make-up. You also need to make sure that you have the right furniture for your guests too. Of course, at this point, you ideally need to budget as well. You need to think about the cost of buying all of the equipment for your company, and this can include tattoo power supplies or even massage chairs.

    Client Comfort

    Are you happy for all of your clients to have their hair washed or rinsed in your bathroom? If not then you may not want to opt for a colour service for your hairdressing business. You may want to opt for dry cuts instead. If you have the space, you may want to have a backwash unit. Either way, little things like this are important to consider when you think about turning your home into a business. When you have been able to assess everything that your clients are going to need to be comfortable, you can then think about the services or even the treatments that you are going to offer to them.

    Marketing

    Hairdressers tend to find a lot of new business through word of mouth. You have to make sure that you position yourself as being a local service that can provide a service from home. Ask the clients you have now what they think of you, and if they would be happy to recommend you. You may also want to talk about introductory offers as well, as this could help people to get the motivation they need to give your business a go.

    Power of Social Media

    Do your best to leverage the power of social media. Set up a Facebook or even an Instagram page. This will give you the chance to encourage your friends and your family to share your business page for you. You can also include your address so that people know where to find you. This is the best way for you to get things moving.

    If you would like to learn more I have an Beauty or Holistic Business Start Up accredited online course available  , which you can study at home at your own pace.  It is jam packed with essential information and useful checklists to help guide you through that all important start up phase.

    Until next time

    Take Care

    Zoe

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  2. Introduction to Aromatherapy E Course

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    I hope you are all well

    This is just a quick post to let you know that I have added a new course Introduction to Aromatherapy to the E Course list.  This is an online, self paced course and costs just £50.

    This course is ideal for anyone who is new to the fragrant and therapeutic world of aromatherapy and essential oils and would like to learn the following essentials:

    • 7 different ways you can use essential oils
    • How essential oils are absorbed into our system 
    • How essential oils are made and 6 ways in which they are extracted from various plant material. 
    • The types of base products you can use to make your own aromatherapy products e.g. bath salts or unscented body lotion
    • The therapeutic properties of 12 popular essential oils and how they can help to treat physical conditions such as aches and pains and emotional/psychological symptoms such as low mood or anxiety.
    • First aid procedures when using essential oils
    • How to calculate the correct and safe dilution rate when you make your own aromatherapy products such as body lotions, skin creams, body oils, bath salts etc.
    • How to safely use essential oils with young children, the elderly and pregnant or lactating women
    • Which essential oils need to be avoided or restricted in use.  For example, essential oils which can cause skin irritation or should not be used on people who take specific medication or should not be used prior to exposure to the sun etc.
    • How to carry out a consultation and choose suitable essential oils for yourself or whoever you are making your aromatherapy product for
    • How to follow safe and hygienic procedures when making aromatherapy products
    • How to make simple aromatherapy products such as bath salts, bubble bath, body oils, body creams.

    The Introduction to Aromatherapy Course is suitable for beginners and consists of a course manual with 5 units, end of unit activities and a practical lesson where you will make your own product.  In addition to the course manual and assessment, you will also have access to bonus videos where you will learn how to make a body or scalp oil, face or body mask, bath salts, facial sprittz, room/linen or body spray.  All the course content is stored on Google Classroom so you will need to register for a google account if you do not have one already.

    This is an online self paced course which you can complete from the comfort of your own home and can be started at any time.  All students who complete their assessments will receive a certificate or particpation.  Please note this course is "for pleasure" and not accredited.  If you are interested in learning more about aromatherapy so that you can become a practitioner and work with the general public, please contact me as there are 3 accredited courses available.

    If you would like to book on this course, you can do so here. 

    Until next time, take care

    Zoe

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