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Bully for You: Sometimes the Truth Hurts

As beauty professionals who call attention to shady practices and objectionable marketing, we’re accustomed to being labeled “bullies” and criticized for “bringing negativity” and failing to “uplift” others. We respectfully disagree. There are some important distinctions between what constitutes “bullying” and what we do when asking valid questions, doing our research and sharing information about: the evidence of marketing claims …

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Beauty Showmanship: How to Spot Education Frauds

A new year, a new season of beauty shows competing for your attendance. While exhibitors and product sales may be the main draw, show organizers would like to convince you that education is just as important. That would be true if all the education at beauty shows were legitimate, but it’s not. Much of it is a fraud intended to …

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The Proliferation of “Education”

  Another day, another unwanted Facebook group addition by a nail “friend.”   Aside from being annoying and presumptuous, forcefully adding people to your not-so-revolutionary new group is downright rude. We’re seeing an influx of technicians who are attempting to assume roles as educators and mentors. While these are great aspirations to have, many of these wannabe experts are lacking …