Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Makeup Artist Certification in Greensboro, NC

Become a Makeup Artist in Greensboro

Health & Style Institute is now offering makeup artist certification in Greensboro, NC. Though Health & Style Institute has long taught makeup artistry in Lindbergh and Kennesaw, we are proud to introduce our program to aspiring makeup artists in Greensboro. At all three of these locations, our instructors make a point to emphasize hands-on learning. Watch this short clip to see one makeup artistry student practicing brush application techniques.

Interested becoming a makeup artist yourself? Contact us at (336) 885-3452 to learn more about the program.

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Thursday, October 4, 2018

New Makeup Artistry Program in Greensboro

Complete Your Makeup Artistry Training at Health & Style Institute

New Makeup Artistry Program in Greensboro

Aspiring makeup artists will be excited to learn that Health and Style Institute has launched a new makeup artistry program in Greensboro, North Carolina. Though the program is new to Greensboro, Heath and Style Institute has experience in makeup artistry education in Kennesaw and Atlanta, Georgia. Discover why so many hold Health and Style Institute’s makeup artistry program to a high regard.

A Diverse Curriculum

In order to be successful as a makeup artist, you must know more than how to select a flattering shade of lipstick and properly blend a smoky eye. Beyond basic color theory and makeup application, makeup artistry students at Health and Style Institute are trained in:

– Special FX
– Airbrush
– Prosthetics
– Makeup for Men and Children
– High Definition Techniques
– Lighting Techniques
– Safety and Sanitation
– Marketing
– Retailing
– Portfolio Development

These disciplines arm graduates not only with artistic skill, but the scientific knowledge and business acumen necessary to become professionals in their field.

Hands-On Learning

Makeup artists work with their hands each and every day, so Health and Style Institute believes makeup artistry students should do the same. Students in Health and Style Institute’s makeup artistry program practice the techniques they learn through lectures, demonstrations, and field trips on mannequins, classmates, and live clients. This allows students to begin curating their portfolios while they’re still in school, and in turn, experience greater success in the professional world after graduation.

Vast Career Potential

The comprehensive curriculum Heath and Style offers prepares its makeup artistry graduates for a wide variety of careers. Professional makeup artists can choose to specialize in everything from weddings to TV, film, fashion shows, printed advertisements, editorials, theatre, retail, and even makeup for celebrities. In addition, every student at Health and Style Institute is given a makeup artistry kit that can help them begin their careers without a large up-front investment.

Enroll in Health & Style Institute’s New Makeup Artistry Program in Greensboro

If you think you might like to become a makeup artist, consider reaching out to Health and Style Institute at 1-844-947-8953. The advisors at Health and Style Institute would be happy to provide you with more detail about the school’s program, arrange a campus visit, or simply discuss the makeup artistry profession. Fall classes are filling up, so it is best to reach out as soon as possible.


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Thursday, September 27, 2018

How to Open a Salon

3 Key Steps to Salon Ownership

How to Open a Salon

You’ve always been an entrepreneur at heart, and now you’re ready to make your dream of opening a salon a reality. Congratulations! Sometimes, deciding to take action is the hardest step. Even so, it can still be difficult to know what you should do next. Allow us to shed some light on how to open a salon.

Pinpoint a Vision

Why do you want to open a salon? Who do you want to serve? How can your salon uniquely help that community? What are some key achievements you want your salon to accomplish? Where do you want your salon to be in five years? These are important questions to ask yourself before moving forward. Without a clear vision, it is difficult to make smart decisions — and as an entrepreneur, you’ll constantly be making decisions. Don’t risk putting hard work and money into a salon that will later go under or fail to live up to your expectations simply because you did not take the time to pinpoint a vision. Start by journaling about the questions above, then write a cohesive mission statement that highlights your main objective. Make sure this mission statement is kept somewhere where you can easily reference it each day.

Design a Plan

Once you’ve outlined a mission for your salon, you then must determine how you will achieve it. This is when most entrepreneurs begin writing a business plan. There are many templates for writing business plans online, but this is the main information yours should cover:

  • Executive summary – an overview of your salon and your goals for the future
  • Opportunity – your target market, the need you are serving for them, and who your competition is
  • Execution – your marketing and sales plan, plus how you plan to measure success
  • Company overview – what type of legal structure you’ll form (i.e. sole proprietorship, limited liability corporation, S corporation, etc.), where you’ll be located, and who’ll you’ll need to hire
  • Financial plan – your revenue projections

Gather Your Resources

Next, assemble a trusted team and begin collecting the documents and assets that will bring your salon to life. We recommend first hiring a small business attorney and accountant to review your business plan. Attorneys and accountants can also help you form a business entity, apply for a federal tax ID number, and obtain a business license down the line. Some other professionals you may need to contact are a loan officer to assist you in obtaining financing, a real estate agent to help you rent or purchase a space, general contractors to install plumbing and equipment, and an insurance broker to help you purchase an insurance policy.

Learn How to Open a Salon at Health and Style Institute

Though the process of opening a salon may seem overwhelming, it is nothing you can’t do with the right knowledge and mentors. Here at Health and Style Institute, we’ve helped numerous aspiring salon owners realize their dreams through our Salon and Spa Leadership program, and we’d love to do the same for you. After all, establishing your salon is only the beginning. In order for your salon to be a success, you must also be equipped with a strong background in management for the years to come. If you’d like to learn more about how to open a salon and keep it running smoothly, contact us today at 1-844-947-8953.


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