Who Makes the Rules?

Patrick, Carrie
September 2012
Skin Deep;Sep/Oct2012, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p2
The editor discusses the unwritten rules for estheticians and refers to two articles in the issue regarding sources of the unwritten rules of this profession. She states that the ability to learn and innovate, to observe carefully and find answers based on observations and perceptions, is what works best for a profession. According to the author, perceived wisdom and the ability to learn what the clients prefer and want is the key to keeping an esthetician in the business.


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