Good day everyone!
Check out this weeks product recommendations update with a short video that reveals to you what is recommended with an amazing spray bottle, clips, tools and other items our community finds to be of value that will save you time, energy and money in searching for things to assist you on embracing your hair.
Link to all of the recommended products and resources is HERE
Here is the link to access these products: Brush HERE / Clips HERE / Spray Bottle HERE / Malibu Packets HERE / Hair Coils HERE (Please support these links as I hold off on getting products in my salon at this time) THANK YOU!
As mentioned in the video I have a YouTube tutorial about the spray bottle HERE
Information about Cultivate Your Curls with The MAP Method is HERE.
Have a great week!
Curly Hair Artistry
Scott Musgrave : Founder of Curly Hair Artistry
Good day everyone,
I want to welcome the many new people to Cultivate Your Curls and Curly Hair Artistry Mastery Program. Thank you all for trusting us with your journey to embrace your hair AND build your business for those hairstylists that are specializing in curly hair.
Don’t forget to get into our Facebook communities as you only have access to these groups if you invest in the course you have purchased.
I wanted to share a bit of the process that goes into helping others to succeed.
Many Hairstylist and clients (I have had thousands of conversations with my clients about this) start out doing their regular trade and learn their craft and get stagnant, bored and find that what they are doing is just not working.
From here - they quite, get burnt out and are overwhelmed or bored. Trade shows and local trainings are not enough.
I get many calls from clients and hairstylists wondering how to expand what they do, raise their prices...
Hairstylists are in a huge industry to choose what to do that have so many paths of opportunity to pursue. We have options of working in a team based salon, on our own as a booth renter, as an educator or pursue a path in the fashion or entertainment world working on all types of hair.
If you were to look at our industry as a whole - its global. This is HUGE. When you start to see the small areas that you can specialize in - and most are NOT seen or heard about as these niches are not found or headlining at Trade Shows. They are not discussed in Cosmetology school. You have to almost ‘accidentally’ find them and once you do you kick yourself for not finding it sooner.
But there is such a thing as Perfect Timing.
If you are reading this now - I bet you are sensing this as anticipation stirring for helping you out of boredom, stagnation and even financial debt (as these were mine back in the day).
This blog deals with the wavy &...
Good day everyone!
Working with people day in and day out we discover many fascinating things that people are doing in their profession. Their passion for what they do is contagious and exciting!
When you start hearing stories of how people are transformed by what they are doing - it is something we want to share with the world of how they are contributing to making a difference in their region of the globe.
First mention is Colie Taico (click name for info). She is a therapist and specializes in a couple of areas including helping women heal their relationship with food.
If you are in Cultivate Your Curls she is in the section of how to get multiple day hair (of which has helped many people to relearn how to work with day 2-3-4 hair).
Colie works with clients one on one and is taking her years of experience and is creating an online course that will reach others that can not sit with her privately. Sign up HERE to get on her list.
She is also on...
Hairstylists - good day to you!
Our industry leads the way with teaching us about two ways to make money - and it starts out with Cosmetology School and is reinforced as you attend Trade Shows:
From this you can 'sell' products and heat tools to 'help' them at home to recreate your work.
From here we learn other options as we progress in our career to fill our schedule in the salon and make a paycheck:
Some of these are options that a client wants and desires.
But NOT every time.
And these options are expanding outside of traditional trade shows, cosmetology school and in salon trainings.
Beyond the limits of this antiquated business model are new opportunities that are not...
Good day everyone - what happens in about a week or two both in Curly Hair Artistry and also Cultivate Your Curls?
Let us give you a peek....
Did you see Danielle's quick Facebook Live about expanding on something we address in the online course Cultivate Your Curls about Options & Possibilities (O&P)?
It was powerful!
We shared an article that went out on Instagram about Scott Musgrave: Founder of Curly Hair Artistry from a leading salon publication (Modern Salon) that quoted him and also got a reply back from a salon we did a Live Training at in Raleigh NC that is excelling in their region from what they learned - check out this quote:
While we were in Portland Maine a local YouTuber Pete Talbot did a chat with Scott and it went viral with a fun run of local scenery, food and light houses:
This was the mention in Modern Salon that was shared by Scott on Instagram @scottmusgravehair:
Take a peek at our CHA Live Education Team - well, its sideways AND...
As a teacher I am fascinated with how other teachers fill their students minds with the curriculum or area of interest and I realized that some teachers teach a perspective that they personally learned about - which is called a Subjective Experience but they are teaching it as an Objective Truth.
When you experience something and it works for you and you share it as a way of working for everyone else - you are a bit misguided in how to instruct others.
If you share your experience as 'truth' for others it can become confusing to many of your students as what you are teaching is not applicable to everyone but they feel as though they are out of your 'club' by not agreeing with it or it just does not work for them. I have heard that people in those circles are shamed or belittled by 'not trying hard enough' or 'not doing it right'.
Instead of the teacher saying, 'This is not applicable to you." - their students are made to feel as though they are doing something...
Looking at my clients hair - there are Four Stages of what I call Curl Rebound that affects how their hair will react, respond and adjust as the days progress from cutting their hair with Cubist Cutting (or your own method), our own styling in the salon with The MAP Method (or another method) and how they work with their hair once they are at home with their own routine:
1) After a cut
2) After salon styling
3) At home styling
4) Day 2-3-4-5
What fascinates me about social media (especially Instagram) with influencers and hairstylists show their hair right after SOTC (Scrunching Out The Crunch) and it looks amazing. What I want to see and DO see with The MAP Method is hair after LIVING LIFE many hours later.
I want to have a #challenge with members here in our circles in and out of Curly Hair Artistry to post your photos after YOU go home and style your hair. Does it look the same as when you left the salon?
Our wavy & curly hair is...
Good day everyone.
Just a note for you on what we are learning about taking care of yourself that goes along with caring for your wavy/curly hair.
Self Care is so important.
It is part of my own personal vocabulary to understand myself better as 'self care' was not really on my radar. Over time it just faded away and I was wondering why I wanted to check out or even just give up at times.
Maybe you can relate - or if you are on a path of self care now then reply back with how you are caring for yourself with tips that can be used in another blog for helping others in the near future.
As a curly hair specialist - or as other people in service industries do with always putting other people above themselves - can lead to burn out or a sense of not caring anymore - it's so important to learn to step back and learn to find things to renew yourself so that you remain passionate to continue - not just for others- but for an invigorating LIFE.
I learned to time block...
Perfection is Boring.
I was a photographer and did my own #blackandwhitefilm development and printing.
#richardavedon impacted my art with his journey and I was inspired to take this photo after not shaving for 4 days, I refreshed my hair with who knows what and I don’t care how I look. What is not shown in the photo is what is going on in my soul - as I was going through a change of perspective based on changing how I am doing my business. Parts of my soul was in pain and the other parts were excited and yet I was transitioning to uncertainty and there was no path for me to follow....I had to forge ahead and create a path on my own.
My friend @danielleduran_curls (Instagram) came up with the quote “Perfection is Boring” and I thought that this is kinda like getting a tattoo in that you don’t care what other people think...you do it for yourself.
When your hair heals and becomes healthy over time you can let go of ‘perfection’...