August 24, 2011
Its standard in Georgia that a proper pedicure includes a sweet flower painted on the big toe. Women really like special touches like this. Although it's technically included it's not necessary and seems like an extra.
What can you do that would make her feel this way? Respond to an email? Send a hand-written note with a prize they won? Put a simple recipe she could make right now on your Facebook page? It's all about customer service and women respond and reward good service. So pull out this cuticle clippers and get snipping.
She Buzz Words
She Could be a
- Insurance Adjustor
- Insurance Sales Director
- Medical Biller
- Auto Parts Coordinator
She Could be working at a
- Bike Store
- Car Dealership
- Amusement Park
"I know, I know...no pain no gain"
Here's the breakdown on 13 secrets your hairstylist won't tell you, according to www.totalbeauty.com:
- Find your stylist through a referral and be sure to refer your stylist to others.
- Saturday mornings are the worst time for appointments; this is their busiest day.
- Best appointment times are earlier in the week; try to get their second or third appointment of the day as they are settled in but not very tired yet.
- Schedule a consultation if you're seeing a stylist for the first time.
- A good stylist will realistically tell you what can happen with your hair; they probably can't make you look like Jennifer Aniston.
- Pre-book your appointment, stylists appreciate loyalty.
- Do not be late; it challenges the rest of his or her schedule.
- Tip well; at least 20 percent and tip with cash.
- Remember to tip assistants too.
- Listen to their product recommendations; it's not about the commission (small) but actually something they think your hair needs.
- Show how much you want cut off; don't just say "about three inches."
- If you seek a last-minute appointment, ask to be on a wait list or speak with the stylist directly.
- All hair textures cut differently; book extra time if it's needed.
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