Monica specialties include Special occasion undoes and women’s haircuts. Her continuing professional education includes Redken blow-dry chronicles, Andis Clipper class, Muse beauty make-up, and airbrush class.
Most people want to be considered professional
” I definitely want that to be something my clients see when they are in my chair but I also want to be considered fun and engaged with my clients. My clients should know that when they are in the salon that my full attention is on them and that I not only care about their hair but also them. Cosmetology school gave me great foundational skills and now it is the time to build upon those and further myself in this industry. Being at Tre Sorelle I really want to take advantage of every opportunity to learn and grow my clientele.”
What kind of experience do you want for your clients?
“There are some stylists who like it when someone sits in their chair and tells them to do whatever they want. Although it is fun when that happens, I also like creating a plan with my clients, for them to know where we are headed with their hair. When clients sit in my chair and want it to be that one time throughout the day that they are able to sit back, relax and get pampered. All my clients should feel like my attention is 100% on them; that I am listening and focused on what they are not only saying but what they are wanting me to do. I want them to feel like they are among friends when they are with me, and not only that but for them to leave feeling better than when they walked in. Being in this profession we have the wonderful opportunity to help someone feel more beautiful about themselves and what a privilege that truly is.”