Sharing your knowledge creates loyalty and attracts new followers.
Social media topics for estheticians.
- Why your esty asks what products you use.
- Why your esty asks you about your skincare routine.
- Why your esty asks about the makeup you’re using.
- Your first appointment with an esty. What to expect.
- What kind of client are you? A fun facial every once in a while? Regular visits to improve skin health and treat concerns? Why both are ok!
- Professional skincare products vs. products sold online, in stores aka direct-to-consumer.
- Why your esty sends you home with post-treatment products.
- Ways to enhance and prolong the benefits of your facial (skincare service).
- What not to do after your skincare service.
- What to do when you have a reaction to a product.
- When you visit me for your next appointment, bring your makeup brushes/applicators and I will clean them for you. Why this is important (education and an offer to get them to book).
- How to prepare for your waxing appointment.
- The difference between your first wax and the second wax appointment.
- Post-wax home care.
- I know it’s tempting but don’t shave between wax appointments. Here’s why…
- At-home exfoliation. The good, the bad, and the ugly.
- At-home peels. Why and why not.
- How to prepare for your lash appointment.
- Taking care of new lashes.
- The difference between a full set of lashes and lash fills (time, cost, etc.).
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