Beauty Link - Volume 2, Issue 4 - (Page 46)
One of our most popular member beneﬁts, the AACS Listserve, is done completely by e-mail allowing members to easily connect with other members from around the country. Here is an example of one of the recent questions posted along with a few of the responses. If you are not on the list and would like to be added, please contact Chris at 800-831-1086, ext. 102.
Student Hair Services
on each other and learning than sitting around. When they look good, they are better advertisement to potential guests, and if they enjoy getting services, they share more positively with prospective future professionals. If they meet the highest criteria, they get their services free on one speciﬁc day of the month. Otherwise, they pay half-price. Jean Ann Hentges, Stewart School, Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Do you let your students receive hair services in your school? If so, do they use the products that are intended for your customers? We let our students have hair services once a week; however we require that they bring their own supplies to do their hair. Some have a big problem with that. They want to use our towels, etc. Any suggestions or opinions?
Ron Jemison, Jr., Franklin Beauty School, Houston, Texas
s a 20+ year stylist, I’ve always used the products and towels in the salons where I worked. As a school owner, I allow the students free range of products that we use on clients, but they are required to pay half-price for the treatments and they use the school towels for free. G’Marie, Harmon’s Beauty School, Landover, Maryland
he students use all of our products and supplies. We do not charge a fee for haircuts/styles and charge a very nominal fee for chemical services. Brenda Scharman, Cameo College, Murray, Utah
t our school, we connect everything to attendance and grades. Approval for personal services to be received or given by a student are based on the following guidelines. 1. Student must maintain good attendance (90 percent or above). 2. Student has to demonstrate a positive attitude and have no school-rule violations within the last 30 days. 3. A student cannot receive services during peak service hours and cannot block off time for personal services with any student.
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4. No family or friends can get services on Fridays or Saturdays (these are peak hours and days). 5. Student must pay half of the menu price for any service received. 6. Appointments for friends or family to receive a service must be scheduled through the front desk. 7. Student must maintain and have an academic average of 80 percent. 8. Approval from the clinical ﬂoor instructor is required to receive or give a personal service to a student. In addition we allow students to schedule services for themselves when they are not in school. This works well as that student gets to experience being the client and pick up on what they have to do to give excellent customer service. Students sign a check-off sheet the ﬁrst day of school listing these guidelines, and we rarely have issues. Lourdes Santos-De Toth, Paramount Institute of Hair, Skin & Nails, Lakeland, Florida
his is very similar to what we do. We do allow them to use the products we use on our guests so they know how it works and can give testimonials. We’ve believe that we’d rather have them working
ur students must earn their personal services weekly based on attendance and rebooking. A student can earn up to two personal service sheets a week, and they must be used within 30 days. If the student wants a chemical service done they must pay for product before service is started. All back-bar and towels are free for students’ use as well. Lacy Hayes, Allure School of Cosmetology, Red Wing, Minnesota
Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Beauty Link - Volume 2, Issue 4
Beauty Link - Volume 2, Issue 4
Message From the AACS President & Cea Chair
Workings of Washington
Imaginative & Inspired: Get Creative With Your Competitions
Beauty Changes Lives
Passions Realized: AACS and CEA Recognize 2010 N.F. Cimaglia Award Winners
And Then There’s Compliance
Top 10 List: Make Your Student Competition a Success
How to Protect Your Online Image
Making Resolutions and Remaking Ourselves: Top New Year Resolutions
Competition Nails: How to Sculpt Perfect Nails
Modern Salon Excellence in Education Honorees Announced
The Hair Marathon: Successfully Preparing Students to Cross the Hair Competition Finish Line
AACS Listserve Q & A
What Are Microcurrent Services?
Santa Claus Is Coming to Town: Are You Ready?
Voices From the Classroom
AACS Annual Convention & Expo Photo Spread
New School Members
People & Places
New Products & Services
Associate Member Profiles
Upcoming 2011 Events
Index to Advertisers
Beauty Link - Volume 2, Issue 4
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