The Purpose of Wearing Beauty Tunic While Working In A Beauty Salon

Can you imagine getting in a salon or spa and not knowing who the staff is because everyone seems to wear different clothes? It could be troublesome. That is why many store owners make sure their workers wear something that makes them easily identifiable. Wearing uniform tunics when inside working premises is part of making customer experience easy and comfortable. Clients can get disappointed when they can’t tell store clerks and customers apart. That is the reason why people in a spa or beauty clinic should wear beauty tunics and sales workers must wear uniform shirts to make them recognizable.

Beauty tunics are usually worn by people working at salons and beauty spas. In other establishments, wearing of tunics may not be that necessary. Some uniforms are also not too necessary but many garbs are actually worn not just for purposes of identification but also for purposes of function. For example, chefs wear coats that make working in the kitchen as convenient and comfortable as possible. On the other hand, there are some instances where uniform tunics are not much of a requirement.

What people in a beauty spa know is that a beauty tunic allows a spa or beauty clinic worker to exploit convenience and freedom of movement. Many tunics worn by people in these establishments are made of washable material that is easily cleaned. Also, tunics give a comfy feel without unneeded tightness as they usually fit just right.

Like chef coats, tunics for beauticians are not the same everywhere. A salon owner may want a unique set of uniform for his or her workers, so they look different from those at the other salons. Salons are places that can get messy and if people wear their everyday clothes, they might run out of clothes to wear after a month. The good thing about beauty tunics is they are well designed to withstand the tough environment inside salons which are places that could give your clothes unwanted stains each day.

Aside from purposes of recognition and easy maintenance, tunics for beauticians allow them to look decent and professional. You may not pay much attention to someone working on your hair who isn’t wearing the proper garb. Clients expect that the people working on their nails and soles don the right attire.

Gone are the days when salon tunics just come in plain colors and un-embellished fabric. Today’s professional tunics are made with such artistry that one can wear them without hesitation. Being in uniform at beauty salons isn’t a daunting task anymore and many women and men in salons have already known this. Tunics they wear have embraced modern trend of stylishness, sporting colors that are inviting. Nonetheless, a spa center manager can always opt for the classic design without much interplay of colors. In beauty spas, workers are usually seen in simple garbs that come in one color (such as magenta, black, brown, etc) with some accent. It is common to find the spa logo on the …

Your Main Purpose As a Wedding Planner

Ever wonder what a wedding planner REALLY does?

Most people rely on movies like “The Wedding Planner” to form their definition of a typical wedding planner. For the most part, J.Lo as a headset wearing ”star of the show” is fantasy when it comes to being a wedding planner. Unlike Matthew and Bridget’s unlimited budget, you will be hired for your budgeting skills. But your bride will be stressed and this is where you DO shine. You will be called upon and hired or not hired based on your abilities to perform under pressure, like there is no pressure. Learning your role in brides’ and grooms’ weddings is the first piece of the wedding planning puzzle. Below is a list of the 3 most recognized service selections your clients have to choose from. We refer to these as ”packages.” However, I am here to tell you, if you want to excel past the cookie cutter wedding planner, then it is up to YOU to define these packages by adding your own pizazz to your unique services.

Wedding Planner – def (n)

A person who creates magic, pulls answers out of hat, and performs a flawless wedding (without sweating).

There are many services a wedding planner can provide to a bride. Depending on the bride’s needs and personality, it is up to the wedding planner to service her client’s needs. Not only is it important to meet the client’s expectations, but exceeding their expectations will enhance your referrals to help you find your next client.

Full Service Planner

A full service planner is able to really help the bride from literally the beginning to the end of her planning. From the moment the groom pops the question the bride comes into the planner’s office to begin the journey. This bride is often new to the area, gets overwhelmed easily, doesn’t like to make decisions, or is very busy in her career or education. A planner’s main responsibility is to be the representative for the family and keep communication lines open amongst all parties involved. Becoming the mediator is often a crucial role in this phase of the planning process.

Main Responsibilities of a Full Service Planner:

oSet budget (stay on budget throughout the planning process)

oFind reception/ceremony location

oBook vendors (photographer, videographer, florist, entertainment)

oNegotiate pricing for all vendors involved

oCreate personal décor style for bride/groom

oCreate vendor timeline/bridal party timeline

oAttend all meetings

oOrchestrate the rehearsal and wedding day

oPersonal assistant to family

oFollow up with miscellaneous tasks post-wedding

Partial Planner

This is the most popular program wedding planners can offer to their clients. Brides will come into the appointment with some of the choices already made, but would like professional guidance in the midst of the planning process. Brides think they can do it all themselves only to find frustration and an endless list of things to do hence, why they turn it over to a planner. This type of bride likes to have the final say in the …