3 habits of highly successful beauty professionals

3 habits of highly successful beauty professionals

Every successful beauty artist (be it a microblading artist, cosmetologist, hairstyler, etc) makes it look so easy to reach and stay on the top. But the truth is…it’s not as easy as it seems.

It’s rewarding to pick the fruits of hard work, attend gala events, be invited to speak at the conferences, and be able to choose your clients.

We’ve all started with an aspiration to have a waiting list for our services and to get there you need dedication. And dedication means habits.

Adopting different habits is how we gradually change our lifestyle. If you take a look at any idol of yours, you’ll notice that the difference between your lives it’s in habits – the way you use your 24h.

That’s why we’ve collected insights from industry experts and found what habits they have in common. 

We’re bringing you 3 habits that you can start practicing as of today. In some time, you’ll definitely see the desired results.

#1 Never assume you know everything

Even if you’ve become certified by a prestigious academy, such as PhiAcademy, never assume your learning is over. 

Life-long learning is one of the crucial things to remember in the beauty industry. As you noticed, trends change over time, and in the recent years, they are changing rapidly. With this in mind, it’s essential for you to stay up-to-date if you want to succeed.

Moreover, beauty industry in constantly evolving. New techniques, products and technologies are being introduced constantly. You don’t have to use them all, but it’s important to be aware of changes and be able to adjust.

At PhiAcademy and PhiShop you can always find the latest ones, if you’d like to stay in the loop. We are lucky to be the ones that set the standards for microblading industry, so you can rest assured best things can be found on the link above.

Last, but not least – constant learning keeps you motivated and engaged. Beauty professionals that keep their enthusiasm after they’ve become successful are on a great path for maintaining a rewarding career.


#2 First class service

In the world of airlines, which one would you like to be – Emirates or Ryanair?

They both get their travelers to their destination – they get the job done. But people are paying waaaay more to fly first class and feel like royals during their flight.

If you’d like to pursue a reputable career, that should be your task – make your clients feel like royals, treat them the best way possible.

Here are some factors that can help you improve your customer service:

  • Convenience

From the moment when they book a treatment, to the moment they leave your salon, you should make their journey convenient. Make sure they feel like they are your priority, and they don’t need any hustle to book or come to your treatment.

  • Comfort

Time at the beauty salon is time to relax and unwind, so make sure your clients are feeling as comfortable as possible.

  • Status

Often overlooked, going to beauty salons, and booking well-known beauty artists is a status symbol for clients, so don’t forget to help them brag about visiting your salon. You can achieve this by setting up a “selfie-corner” for example.

#3 Take photos everyday

We can’t emphasize this enough – take photos of your work, your salon, yourself, and so on.

And share it.

They will be your social proof and it is what will help you to build your brand.

Beauty artists often work under time constraints and this activity often falls into the last place. And you end up taking a photo or two per month.

Once you make yourself a habit to share your work and lifestyle you offer regularly, you’ll see progress in no time.

1% better every day = 365% better at the end of the year

To conclude, if you commit yourself to these tiny habits, and adjust your mindset to them, we’re 100% positive that by the end of the year, you’ll be able to see a significant difference in your career success.

What do you think are the most important habits for building and maintaining a successful career in the beauty industry?