Showing posts from March 30, 2008

Breaking up is hard to do.

Over the years I've been asked my opinion so many times for magazines, news articles, and just casual chat with friends "How do I tell my hairstylist I'm moving on - or should I?"


Imagine having a great friend that you meet for dinner the first Friday of every month. Next, imagine showing up for what you think is your regularly scheduled dinner, and not only does your friend not show up, they didn't call, they didn't text, and they didn't leave a message for you at the restaurant. How would you feel? Disappointed? Hurt? Let down? Upset? Of course you would. And you'd also wonder what you did wrong.

This is how hairstylists feel when a client goes M.I.A. We spend years developing and cultivating relationships; learning how much cream and sugar the 10am likes in her coffee, or what sort of chocolates to keep in the salon, or which fresh flowers would look good in the salon this season. It's more than just cutting and coloring hai…

Way to Shop: AveYou makes it easy

With all the websites out there that offer beauty products, and page after page of uncertain navigation, what's a shopper to do in finding the right products when buying online? I've discovered

This website makes shopping easy by listing its major vendors on the left-hand side such as Elchim or Jersey Girl), and displaying a few featured product lines on the main home page. Visually it's a simple site that offers quick and easy shopping, affordable shipping, and timely delivery of your items.

Enjoy your trip down the aisles of As always, Billy Lowe