Great Clips is definitely a great stepping stone for new stylists. We only do haircuts. Occasionally styles and perms, but mostly haircuts. Which gives stylists the ability to really master that skill, if they can. (Trust me, just because you go to cosmetology school, does not mean you can cut hair. I have trained too many stylists to know that.) But if you work hard, like you have to do at any job worth having, and have the desire to, you can also turn Great Clips into a great career.
Working only at Great Clips since cosmetology school, I was able to buy our house, The Hubby is not on the loan. I pay all the bills, and still put $250 into savings each month.
Great Clips is not for everyone, whether it be that you work there or get your hair cut there. But it’s not fair to post libel, saying that you can’t make it into a profitable career. I work for one of the oldest franchises in the corporation, and we have many stylists who have made Great Clips their career. I’ve made it mine, and it is Gonna Be Great!
Mini rant. Sorry, not sorry. I love Great Clips, and it irks me that so many stylists look down on one of the leaders in our industry, because of this (untrue) stigma.
bet your hair looks like total ass garbage
Don’t blame the salon, blame the stylist. But, keep in mind, even the stylists that charge $50 for a haircut make mistakes. We’re only human.
I am back to work on Saturday, with only two days off in the next two weeks. I am going to be missing my little girl so much!
This week is dedicated to spending all day, every day snuggling.
The Hubby is talking to his mom on the phone, and she just referred to Aurora as “little what’s her name.” We both started laughing, and he pointed it out to her. Her response, “I knew her name yesterday.”
Well, I guess that’s all that matters.
At 2:00am when you’re pouring 3oz of freshly pumped breast milk down the drain wondering if the wine for your anniversary was worth it. Such a waste!