hairstylist (Former Employee) – sault ste marie ontario – 31 May 2015
involve with customer hair making sure they were satisfied when they left, always new techniques and challenge working with management and coworker was never an issue since I am always open minded the hardest part of that job was sometimes customer would want something but could not get so they would be upset and it was a challenge to make them feel happy with want they could get and enjoy working and interacting with people everyday and to learn something diffenrent all the time
challenge to getting the right result
negative customer and to persuade them to be positive
Hairstylist (Former Employee) – Thorold, ON – 2 July 2016
I was the manager at Smartstyle, and I really enjoyed working there and my staff! We all really loved the customers as well. However I wish I was given more opportunities to order more product, because we were always running low but we made the best of what we had. I love making people happy and making them feel good by having great hair.
Receptionist / Hairstylist (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 28 March 2014
Duties included; suggest hair styles compatible with client's physical features and determine style from client's instructions and preferences. Cut, trim, taper, curl, wave, perm, and style hair. Apply bleach, tints, colour, and analyze hair and scalp condition to provide basic treatment or advice on beauty care treatments for scalp and hair. Also basic receptionist duties and cleaning around the salon.
I learnt a lot of things as it was my first job out of hairstyling school. My managers were nice, helpful, and patient while I was still learning. They were also my co-workers as it was a small salon. Hardest part of the job was the salary, you don't make much hourly as a hairstylist and there's really no way to make more so you work for your tips. Most enjoyable part of the job, I loved doing hair and the people I worked with were very nice.
Assistant Manager & Stylist (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 6 February 2014
A typical day at magic cuts was mainly enjoying the clients that came in.. Always lots of small talk so it never was a boring moment having someone in my chair and being able to converse with them.
I learned a lot at this job.. I learned how to deal better with the public and what their needs were.. And to give that to them.:) I also learned how to close the business and deal with the money at the end of the day and take it to the bank. Always honest.. Whether you didnt want to hear it or not.. That I did appreciate because this is how I would learn to grow. My co workers were fun loving people as so was myself.. So that was always a good experience. The hardest part of the job was probably the time frame in which you were given to do a hair cut and make sure it is as is should be. That was a learning experience simply because as time went on.. Just like anything else you repeat.. You get it. And it becomes much easier. The most enjoyable part of the job was the smiles.. The chats.. The people around,, I was on my feet all day in a job like this and I would have never even realized it for the people that I was able to spend time with and enjoy..
Stylist (Current Employee) – Fergus, On – 21 October 2013
A typical day at Magicuts entails greeting and cutting, styling or chemical servicing customers hair. Keeping the salon clean. I have learned a couple of new cutting techniques. Management is good to keep us supplied with the products we need to give our customers full service. My co-workers are a great bunch of girls to work with. My hardest part of my job is dealing with children that don't like getting their hair cut. The most enjoyable part of my job is making the customer happy with the service you did for them.
Hairstyling (Contract position) (Former Employee) – New Liskeard, ON – 18 September 2013
A typical day of work was to cut, colour and provide other hairstyling services to customer. I enjoyed working with my co-workers and it was generally a very busy environment which made the day go by very fast. The hardest part was being on your feet constantly.
Summer Employment (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 15 March 2013
My typical day at Magicuts were good. I cleaned, did the laundry and price inventory. I learnt how to price inventory and better cleaning techniques. My co-workers were nice people to work with and make work enjoyable. I didn't have any difficulties at Magicuts. The most enjoyable part of the summer job was working with co-workers.
Hairstylist (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 25 July 2012
working with customers to achieve what they wanted give input when needed. working under fast deadlines making connections with clients building trust. i loved getting to meet and help so many people feel good about themselves.
Hair stylist (Former Employee) – Belleville, ON – 4 July 2012
a great place to work. ive learned alot but want to learn more. management could be better. some co- worker are great to work for others not so much. keeping thing running smoothly that l loved my job until l got screwed over,