Your questions about salon equipment
Media makeup interview question!!!????!!! HELP!?
ok, the question is ‘Do you know the names of the manufacturers of professional products or equipment that may be used in a Beauty and Holistic Therapy salon‘…….? what?
anyone have an idea, i have researched it a little but im not to sure what theyre asking? I have no idea. Is it just big companys like Mac?? help
they are asking for any products and brands. i dont think mac would be the right answer. research beauty salons and what brands they use for their products and equiptment
great lengths vs socap?! ((EXTENSIONS))?
I am a stylist considering getting certified in either SoCap or Great Lengths hair extension application..
I heard SoCap is more durable than Great Lengths, But I also know Great Lengths hair is of the highest quality.
The cost of certification is not an issue, as I plan on getting the equipment as well, so it’s going to range 2-3k reguardless..
it kind of stresses me out knowing that great lenghts will terminate your certification if you don’t order $X amount of hair in X amount of months… also where i work there is also only 1 stylist in the whole company (of 6 salons) that is certified, so I’m not sure how high the demand would be… I know she’s kept busy for sure.. but I just have no idea what would be better for me to get on my own.
If I end up going to a different salon in the future… I just want the best hair/equipment needed to assure clients quality hair and durable bonds, to keep them coming back.
anyone have any pros/cons of either??
** as for socap being more socap being more durable, I have heard friends who had GL extensions say they fall out pretty easily, and have also read the same kind of reviews online.
but that MIGHT just be fault of the stylist who applied them.
any experience with either would help a lot!
I’ve used both in my hair and I love the natural curl the great lenghts had, But I liked the quality of the So-cap a little better. Both are really good though and I think the great lenghts stay in a little bit longer.
Oh and I was a model for the so-cap class here in Toronto. The instructor was awesome and we spent 16 hours there lol. He was really good and had alot of patience. I believe my girlfriend paied $2500 for the course 4 years ago
A new Sims 2 expansion. What do you think?
January 4, 2006 – While we’d already collected plenty of evidence on the third expansion to The Sims 2, today Electronic Arts gave us a tap with the Wand of Officialdom: The Sims 2 Open for Business is indeed the next add-on for the popular sequel.
Open for Business lets you run your own business enterprise — as conventional or outlandish as you wish. You’re in charge of opening shops, hiring employees, managing your staff, keeping customers happy, and selling any number of goods — from toys to floral bouquets to robots. You’ll help your sims respond to each customer, dropping prices or even using “wacky outfits” to woo a cranky patron.
The expansion will offer more than 125 new items to support your Sim-business, including display cases, a beauty salon chair, a toy workbench, a floral station, and cash registers. Slick equipment will help, but you’ll still need good business sense — from training to promoting, from hiring to firing — to bring in profits and grow your op
The Sims 2 is my favorite game, and as with the original series I am always excited when an expansion pack is released. I have yet to be disappointed; not only do they always come with 100+ new objects, but they expand the actual gameplay. I am especially looking forward to OFB, as it sounds like it will essentially add a tycoon-game aspect into the already delightfully fun world of the Sims.
With all the “investigations” and blame.. why is there no news about Diane Feinstein resigning her position?
SEN. Dianne Feinstein has resigned from the Military Construction Appropriations subcommittee.
As MILCON leader, Feinstein relished the details of military construction, even micromanaging one project at the level of its sewer design. She regularly took junkets to military bases around the world to inspect construction projects, some of which were contracted to her husband’s companies, Perini Corp. and URS Corp.
The MILCON subcommittee is not only in charge of supervising military construction, it also oversees “quality of life” issues for veterans, which includes building housing for military families and operating hospitals and clinics for wounded soldiers. Perhaps Feinstein is trying to disassociate herself from MILCON’s incredible failure to provide decent medical care for wounded soldiers.
Two years ago, before the Washington Post became belatedly involved, the online magazine Salon.com exposed the horrors of deficient medical care for Iraq war veterans. While leading While leading MILCON, Feinstein had ample warning of the medical-care meltdown. But she was not proactive on veteran’s affairs.
Feinstein abandoned MILCON as her ethical problems were surfacing in the media, and as it was becoming clear that her subcommittee left grievously wounded veterans to rot while her family was profiting from the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan. It turns out that Blum also holds large investments in companies that were selling medical equipment and supplies and real estate leases—often without the benefit of competitive bidding—to the Department of Veterans Affairs, even as the system of medical care for veterans collapsed on his wife’s watch.
As of December 2006, according to SEC filings and www.fedspending.org, three corporations in which Blum’s financial entities own a total of $1 billion in stock won considerable favor from the budgets of the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs:
Boston Scientific Corporation: $17.8 million for medical equipment and supplies; 85 percent of contracts awarded without benefit of competition.
Kinetic Concepts Inc.: $12 million, medical equipment and supplies; 28 percent noncompetitively awarded.
CB Richard Ellis: The Blum-controlled international real estate firm holds congressionally funded contracts to lease office space to the Department of Veterans Affairs. It also is involved in redeveloping military bases turned over to the private sector.
You would think that, considering all the money Feinstein’s family has pocketed by waging global warfare while ignoring the plight of wounded American soldiers, she would show a smidgeon of shame and resign from the entire Senate, not just a subcommittee. Conversely, you’d think she might stick around MILCON to try and fix the medical-care disaster she helped to engineer for the vets who were suckered into fighting her and Bush’s panoply of unjust wars
Even the Democratic groupies are having a hard time stomaching this one (see link below).
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