Archive for June, 2012

 

 

Professional Cut and Color from the Best Stylist in Vancouver BC

Paul Scott, the owner of Scott Hamilton Hair Design in Vancouver BC has spent the past 34 years of his career building his solid reputation as one of Vancouver’s best hairstylists.  For 25 of those years Paul ran his very successful business “Scott Hamilton Hair Design” in Vancouver’s trendy Yaletown.  Having recently sold the salon, Paul is now enjoying his work in a whole new way, as an “independent hair stylist”. 

With the day to day distractions of running the business out of the way, Paul is now free to channel all of his creative energy back into his craft.  This is something that Paul has been wanting to do for awhile.  He feels he can offer better service to his long list of loyal clients this way.

Paul’s long held philosophy for success in the hairdressing business has been to learn from the best the world has to offer.  Then stay abreast not only with what is new in the hair industry but in art, architecture and on the street.   Surround yourself with others who share your passion for the business.  Others who are talented, creative, professional and want to give their clients what they are searching for.  If you do these things and believe in what you are doing, you are on the road to success.  

When it comes to hair care products, Paul selects the best of the best so that you can be confident that your new look, and the products used to maintain it, make you look and feel your absolute best!

Paul has studied at Vidal Sassoon London, Vidal Sassoon LA, Sebastian’s international L.A., Wella international, LA, underwent training with Nick Arrojo (celebrated hairstylist from TV’s What Not To Wear) in New York, Martin Parsons in Toronto, and continues to attend classes and seminars to be in the “now” with his craft and to stay abreast with what is coming.

With all the training that he has undergone and years of experience in salon management, Paul is confident he can deliver the look you have been searching for but have never quite found.  Call today for a consultation and allow Paul to assist you in manifesting your inner beauty to your new outer beauty.  Change your hair, change your mood!  See you soon.

Contact Details  
Scott Hamilton Hair Design  
2547 Heather St. Vancouver BC, v5z1p9  
Tel: 604 214 9780  
Email: paul@scotthamilton.ca  
   
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How to Apply Professional Makeup

Presented by Angela Brewer

Learn professional makeup application tips from an expert cosmetician in these free online how-to videos on eye makeup, lipstick, eyeshadow, and more.

Series Summary

In these makeup application videos you will learn makeup tips, techniques, and advice from a professional makeup artist. Watch instructional video demonstrations on how to apply eyeliner, foundation, blush, and many other types of makeup, as well as how to create “smokey” eyes and realistic contours on your face using makeup. You will also learn how to choose the correct shade of makeup depending on your eye color and skin tone.

Did you know that green is the best color to cover up blemishes and acne? This is because green is the most effective color in covering up red. In these videos you will see demonstrations of this makeup trick and other cosmetic techniques that are useful in covering up blemishes and problem areas such as under-eye circles. You will also learn about choosing different types of brushes, and that when it comes to makeup, just because something is more expensive doesn’t mean that it is better.

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How to Apply Cream Blush

Learn the right way to apply cream blush so that it looks natural and light in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

Using Makeup Brushes

Learn what to look for in a makeup brush in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

How to Apply Contour Makeup

Learn how to contour your face with the right application of makeup in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

How to Apply Foundation Makeup

Learn tips & techniques on how to apply foundation makeup so that it looks natural in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

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How to Apply Eye Makeup

Learn tips & techniques on how to apply eye makeup in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

How to Apply Lip Makeup

Learn how to apply lipstick, lip liner, and lip gloss so that your lips look full and natural in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

Choosing the Best Makeup Colors for Your Skin Tone

Learn how to choose the right makeup colors for your skin type and skin tone in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

Techniques for Setting Makeup

Learn how to make sure your makeup is set before applying more layers is an important part of the makeup application process in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

How to Apply Coverup Makeup

Learn how to cover blemishes and other skin problems with concealer in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

How to Apply Eyeshadow

Learn how to apply eyeshadow makeup in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

How to Apply Makeup to Cover Circles Under the Eyes

Learn how to cover circles under the eyes with concealer & foundation makeup in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

Beauty Tips For Applying Makeup To Cover Acne

Learn how to cover up acne and other skin blemishes with concealer in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

How to Apply Undereye Makeup

Learn how to apply makeup under eyes to cover dark circles in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

How to Apply Powder Makeup

Learn how to apply powder makeup for a natural look in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

Is Expensive Makeup Better than Cheap Drugstore Brands?

Learn about the pros and cons of cheap drugstore makeup vs. expensive department store brands in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

How to Apply Smokey Eye Makeup

Learn how to create a smokey eye look with eyeshadow and eyeliner in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

Tips On How To Apply Blush

Learn how to apply blush with a large blush brush so that your cheeks have a naturally rosy glow in this free online instructional video on applying make up from an expert makeup artist.

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How Do I Become a Hairdressing Teacher?

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Robin McDaniel

Robin McDaniel is an educator, cosmetologist and musician who  lives in southern Florida. Writing since 2005, she specializes in topics related  to health, beauty and education. McDaniel holds a cosmetology license, personal  training certification and Bachelor of Arts in elementary education. She is also  pursuing her master’s degree in higher education  administration.

By  Robin McDaniel, eHow  Contributor
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How Do I Become a  Hairdressing Teacher?

Becoming a  hairdressing teacher or cosmetology instructor can be a lucrative career choice.  According to educationportal.com, hairdressing teachers make an average of  $50,000 annually and career growth has remained steady within the field.  Hairdressing teacher requirements differ by states. However, there are some  general requirements and criteria that must be met before you are able to teach  cosmetology in most states.

 

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      Ensure that you meet specific criteria before applying for a position as a  hairdressing teacher. For instance, in most states you must be at least 18 years  old and have had a cosmetology license for six months or more. If you have had a  cosmetology license for less than five years, you will need at least 800 hours  of provable work experience in most states. A notarized letter with company  letterhead from an employer and pay stubs for two years or more from a licensed  hair salon are generally accepted documentation of work experience. This  information should be forwarded to the state board of cosmetology of the state  in which you are seeking employment.

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      Become a certified hairdressing teacher. Some colleges offer a cosmetology  certificate program that will prepare you to become a hairdressing teacher.  Cosmetology instruction alone does not teach specific lessons geared toward  teaching, such as creating lesson plans, grading students and record keeping.  You also will learn classroom management and communication skills that increase  your ability to succeed as a teacher. Cosmetology certification will make you a  more educated and viable candidate for the position of hairdressing teacher.  Check local and online colleges for certificate options in the hairdressing  field.

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      Send high school and beauty school transcripts, employment verification,  licensure information and proof of certification to the state board of  cosmetology in your state. If you are applying to teach hairdressing in a state  other than the one in which you were originally licensed, you will need to  become licensed in that state. Some states have reciprocity, which allows you to  just apply for a license in the new state and pay a small fee. Other states may  require you to complete additional hours to work as a cosmetologist or  hairdressing teacher.

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      Prepare a resume geared towards teaching and including your hairdressing  experience. This might include volunteering at school, lesson plan creation and  time awards or certifications. It is also useful to have a portfolio containing  your work, references and other pertinent information. You can create a  professional looking portfolio by putting information in plastic sleeves in a 2  to 3 inch binder. Present this material during interviews with potential  employers.

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      Research the school to which you are applying to become a hairdressing  teacher prior to going for an interview. Review information such as dress codes,  rules of conduct and history. By having this information, you will appear  knowledgeable and interested in the specific company to which you are applying.  You also should prepare a list of questions to ask your potential employer to  ensure that the instructor position is right for you. Present your portfolio at  the interview to display your credentials and to help you to secure the  job.

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