Some of my favourite episodes here on the podcast are one's like today's. It is episodes where I get to chat to somebody who is not just a talented educator in hair colouring, with a deep understanding of the science behind it, but somebody who shares the in's and outs of owing your unique fingerprint and becoming a true specialist.
Today's guest, Sarah Spiers co-created Chaulk education with Lianne Storer, because of being bored of the same way day in day out on how to do something. Sarah had learnt over the years that everyone is unique, everyone has something to give and if they have that support they can build their confidence and shine using their unique fingerprint. I thought it would be fab to unpack this today.
Chaulk education ethos of being brand neutral that delivers hair science to the masses in a fun interactive way. I asked her questions you might ask if you're looking to find a spark for you to shine brightly by understanding nobody else can emulate what you do. It's your signature! As she says, "Do not compare and dim that light'. So if that sounds inspiring to you, this episode is a must listen. We will also get an emotional reveal in this conversation of a massive new direction for Chaulk education.
Sarah is all about mentoring and empowering todays hair colourists to have no more of them 'fingers crossed moments' on the salon floor. It's all about being a true specialist in what you do!
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Thank you to Sarah Spiers for joining me on todays podcast.
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