Shelene Shaer is a master stylist, the co-owner at Tanaz Hair, and a L’Oréal Professionnel ID artist — stylists who are coached in the latest catwalk looks, cut and styling techniques, session hairdressing, product innovation and the latest L’Oréal Professionnel seasonal trends. She tells Margaret Harris it is vital to pay attention to detail if you work in her industry. What do you do at work each day? Every day is different. Between running the business and being a mom, my days are predominantly spent with clients doing hair. What are the four most important tasks you do at work? • Ensuring all members of my staff are emotionally and physically equipped with everything they need to have a happy, productive day; • Updating myself daily on the latest industry trends by tapping into social media and connecting with international stylists; • Interacting with clients; and • Above all, my day is all about hair with regular clients and new clients. My affiliation with L'Oréal is also an ...

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