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Are you looking to do a Makeup course in London?

Are you looking to do a Makeup course in London?

Makeup Course London We get so many different types of delegates at our Training Academy, from women who want to change their career altogether and become personal stylists, to women such as makeup artists and hairdressers who want to add Personal styling as a service to their existing client base. One growing type of delegate that we’ve been meeting a lot of these past couple of years are the women who were originally looking to do a makeup course and instead finds herself choosing a career in personal styling instead.   She’s creative and wants to work for herself and […]

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Are you creative enough to become a Personal Stylist?

Are you creative enough to become a Personal Stylist?

Have you noticed that when things are meant to be, everything just flows? You no longer have to push the jammed door or struggle to find the right key; the door almost just opens up for you? This is exactly what happened to me once I made the decision to become a Personal Stylist, yes it took me a long time to get to that decision but once I decided personal styling was my calling everything fell into place, it’s almost as if the angels above we’re rejoicing saying: “finally, she’s listened to all the signs we’ve been placing in […]

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Why not offer Personal Styling to your existing database of clients and double your income?

Why not offer Personal Styling to your existing database of clients and double your income?

At our training academy we train so many different types of women but a growing group is the woman who already is self-employed, either full or part-time. This could be the woman who has a particular skillset such as the Make-up artist, beautician or hairdresser or it could be the sales savvy women selling products such as jewellery (Stella and Dot stylists) or even make-up (Avon or Mary K representatives). One thing all these women have in common is that they already have a database of clients and most importantly they know how to network and market themselves.   These […]

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Is 50 the new 30?

Is 50 the new 30?

Correct me if I’m wrong but reaching 50 used to mark the beginning of old age, or at least that’s how my mum perceived it as she approached her 50th birthday (15 years ago). But she needn’t have been depressed because her 50’s in reflection were probably her best years yet. Why? Because by the time a woman reaches her 50’s she finally knows who she is! What she has accomplished, whether it’s raising a family, or raising a career, maintaining a long marriage, getting divorced or caring for elderly parents, allows her to accept that she is a survivor […]

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Are you tired of working on the Shop Floor wishing you were a Personal Shopper?

Are you tired of working on the Shop Floor wishing you were a Personal Shopper?

Very often when I’m in store Personal Shopping with a client, I feel the staff are watching me, not in a bad way I might add but almost with a longing gaze. They initially hover around me asking if I need their help but once they can see I’ve got things covered they soon wander off. They watch me confidently choose items for my client and are usually in shock at how everything we take into the fitting room fits them like a glove. Of course it’s because I’m dressing my client in their right colours and shape but for […]

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Why every mother requires a Personal Stylist

Why every mother requires a Personal Stylist

Our primary delegate group at our Training Academy is the mum market. These mums get trained on how to become a Personal Stylist and then go and style their target audience who surprise surprise are other mums. These mums can be identified in two groups; the first being the woman who after months of slobbering around in shapeless clothes is now panicked about returning to work after her maternity leave. She’s looking at her ‘work’ wardrobe that she probably hasn’t laid eyes on in months, in some cases years and is asking herself “Can I still get away with these? […]

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