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michelle wille
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  • Juneau, AK
  • United States
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Aug 7, 2010
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Aug 29, 2009
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Jun 2, 2009
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Apr 26, 2009
Xavier Lee left a comment for michelle wille
"Yeah I know, just got invited through facebook!!! and then you..."
Apr 20, 2009
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BeautyPRpro is a blog for salon and spa owners, offering twice-weekly PR process, experience, information, tips and resources to help industry professionals grow their public persona and beauty industry businesses.
Apr 20, 2009
michelle wille replied to Diane's discussion booth rental
"The most important thing to have a tight grasp on is your point of sale. I pre-book 85% of my clients for their next appointment. Clients will go wherever you need them to go. If you are commited and loyal to them they will reciprocate that back to…"
Apr 19, 2009
michelle wille replied to Diane's discussion booth rental
"Fear, caution and hesitation are just disquised opportunities for self- improvement."
Apr 19, 2009
michelle wille left a comment for Xavier Lee
"Funny! Dude! We are both here."
Apr 18, 2009
michelle wille commented on michelle wille's blog post Tis like a lover..
"Kind of like porn for hairdressers!"
Apr 18, 2009
michelle wille commented on michelle wille's blog post 1 reason why doing hair is like having love affairs all day.
"I am full of stories like this. Hair is intimate, personal, creates vulnerability within the clientand should come with commitment, honesty and loyalty. Some of our lovers restore us more than others..I would so be able to do a blog. My brain is a…"
Apr 18, 2009

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Hair Designer, Hair Colorist, Makeup Artist, Salon Owner, Manufacturer, Distributor, Zoolander fan
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Hairstyles, Make-up, Wellness, Beauty Products
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Tell us about yourself...
Been a stylist since 1985. Moved to Alaska at 19 with a one way ticket, a Volkswagon Superbeetle, a mattress , 2 fake ids and a beauty license. The adventure has never ended.

I have been behind the chair for 25 yrs. and self-employed for 23 of those years. I have lived in Juneau, Alaska since 1986. I am originally from Seattle. Doing hair as a career stylist has it challenges and rewards. It has been my plan since 1976. Keeping evolution on your side instead of falling prey to it is one of the biggest challenges. It is the greatest gift to be a stylist.

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Create loyalty to create cash

I manufacture and distribute my own natural salon retail line. With cutting out the middle man I see a 500% or more markup on my retail sales. I also never give discounts to get people to come to our salon. Treating your current customers like they are important prompts them to refer people to you. That is a far more cost effective way to get new customers than any advertising. I pre- book them for their next service whan they leave which keeps my point of sale ever consistent. Customers want… Continue

Posted on May 19, 2009 at 12:48pm

Tip of the day..

Education- Priming those that take classes to rise above those that do not.

Posted on May 3, 2009 at 3:06am

20 reasons why combs are like a woman..

1. They are supportive of us.

2. They run tandem with us.

3. It is all about synchronization.

4. They create tension.

5. They can be 2- sided.

6. They need to have teeth.

7. Some are completely straight.

8. They draw lines for clarity and understanding.

9. Sometimes they grab.

10.Great for creating sections.

11.You can flip them around and around with enough skill.

12.We need… Continue

Posted on April 28, 2009 at 12:00am

Why is it hard to find staff?

Lack of technical skill is their undoing. Sometimes they need guidance and leadership to go to the next level. Alot on new stylists are not being prepared for the realities of hair.They are being rushed through and lack confidence and commitment to the craft. My new renter did not pass a haircut interview. She commited to me as renter because I offered her support to go the next level. It is more work on my part but it will create loyalty.

Posted on April 19, 2009 at 3:03am

Hair Darwinism

There has been a switch in the talent pool. Evolution is taking its toll on the business. Marketing and education will bring the talent out. People get complacent in jobs and have a hard time adapting to change. Things that cause fear or give pause are just opportunites for self- improvement

Posted on April 19, 2009 at 3:00am

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At 4:22pm on April 20, 2009, Xavier Lee said…
Yeah I know, just got invited through facebook!!! and then you...

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