Employment Tips For New Hairstylists: Thomas Salzano

Your hairstyling course is done, you got the certification, and you acquired the license too! What’s next, a warm wish for a bright future? Thomas Salzano welcomes all the fresh hairstylists to the real world. Let’s hear it from the man himself:

“I, too, was in the same many years ago. Right where you are today, I had everything I needed to start working, and then it struck me, between capability and credibility, the latter gets precedence.

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So let me tell you something you’d have heard many times: start interning with popular names, rent a chair at a famous salon and start working, giving a part of the income to the salon as a commission, or start your own salon. The third option sounds amazing, right? The salon management classes you took in your college will only give you a glimpse of what’s coming. The real world is a different story altogether.

Now let me tell you something you need to hear. Starting a salon and getting customers immediately is not easy, but it is possible. You may not get many, but you will get some, talk to them, give them a good experience, make them want to come back, and gradually, you’ll see yourself set in motion.

Have swag, lots of swag, and yet, be gentle, be humble. And no matter how down you feel, suit up and show up. You chose this path; stand by your decision.”

Thomas Salzano writes off saying, “This is a tough profession, there will be hard times. You may be stressed, depressed, but you got to be well dressed.”

Thomas Salzano is a Newark, New Jersey based hairstylist and an avid traveler, photographer and blogger. Follow his blogs to know more about hair care tips, hair styling tips, traveling, and photography.

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How to Make a “Perfect” Messy Topknot in 5 Easy Steps: Thomas Salzano

Thomas Salzano, a renowned hairstylist, believes the most undone look usually requires maximum effort and time. Most of you have experienced the morning struggle to get “I Woke up like this” messy bun. While some turn out to be tight as ballerina bun others tend to hang loose like a deflated bun. Here is a full proof way to nail to messy top-knot with minimum efforts.

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Step 1: Pull your hair into a loose ponytail. The position at where you tie the ponytail is where the topknot will be made, so make sure you adjust the position properly. Do not use a comb or a brush to make the ponytail; just go as effortless as you can.

Step 2: Depending on the volume of your hair, section your hair into 2-3 strands and tease them with a comb. Thomas Salzano quotes “Teasing is the game-changing factor of a messy bun. Make sure you tease your hair well for a messy look”.

Step 3: Now separate your hair into two sections and wrap the hair in opposite direction. Similar to what you would do in a normal bun.

Step 4: Instead of tucking them in neatly, secure the hair with a bobby pin an inch above the bottom of your hair strand. Leave the rest for the untidy look.

Step 5: Loosen the body of the bun with your finger or end of the comb to get the perfect look. Pull out a few strands of hair from the front of your hair to fall on the face.

Voila! The messy Topknot is ready. Mr. Thomas Salzano is a professional hairstylist who has an undying love for travelling, blogging and photography. Do check his blogs for more such amazing tips on hair care, traveling and photography.

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Manners and Etiquette of France: Thomas J Salzano

Traveling can be easily touted as Thomas J Salzano’s second love after hairstyling. Being an avid traveler, Salzano is a keen learner of different countries’ cultures, traditions, and their peculiar etiquette. He talks about various dos and don’ts while in France, one of the most beautiful countries in the world. And it’s not going to not include The Eiffel Tower:

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  1. At any given day, if you are seeing someone for the first time, always begin your conversation with a greeting. Bonjour Madame/Monsieur should be your first set of words. The French love to greet each other; it’s a sign of respect.
  2. If you happen to drive a car in France and can’t resist the urge to honk and pass a slow-moving car, don’t get angry if the driver flips out or puffs his cheeks, throws his hands in the air and lets a loud “Oh la la la la la” out. You deserved it.
  3. If you are invited to a house party, always show up a minute or two late, 15 minutes’ delay being the best. Arriving early is disrespectful. And always carry a gift. It can be a bouquet, a good wine, a good wine or a pre-decided dessert. Yes, Thomas J Salzano said a good wine twice because the wine has to be good. Nothing’s worse than no gift unless it’s cheap wine. Cheap wine is the worse.
  4. Speaking of invitation, if you are in France on a business tour and didn’t get invited for dinner yet, it’s mostly because French likes to keep their personal and professional lives separate.

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Thomas Salzano: Great Beard Guide

From goatee to stubble to a Bandholz, beards come in all shapes, lengths and sizes. Hairstylist Thomas Salzano talks about ways men can take care of their mane easily and effectively.

Stubble:

Maintaining a stubble or a 5 ‘o’ clock shadow is so easy, it takes a different level of stupid to screw this up, says Salzano. All you need is a good trimmer and set it on your preferred number. Set your trimmer on 4 or 5, and give it a smooth, consistent run in the direction of hair grain. That’s it.

Goatee:

A bit tricky, but not at all a rocket science, goatee looks good on its own as well as when teamed up with a mustache of one’s choice. Carefully create a neat outline of the goatee, and shave every other facial hair off. For a distinct look, team it up with long sideburns.

Medium Length Beard:

If you like your medium beard bushy, get it neatly shaped from a skilled beard master. Once done, you’ll simply need to keep the neckline clean. Keep your beard nourished with good quality beard oil. This will keep flyaways in control and give your beard a well defines shape.

Long Beards:

First off, start eating well if you want a long beard. Dry skin and long beard often result in itching. Use a good brush to keep your facial crown neat and tidy. If going for full blown wild mane, use natural oils to nourish your beard. Don’t mind flyaways and use your fingers to give it volume.

Thomas Salzano always insists on eating healthy. His idea of beauty is about health. Cosmetics can only make you look good to an extent. Ultimately, it’s all about how you treat your body. And hair are the mirror to your health.

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Thomas Salzano: Easier and Safe International Travel

Being a traveler Thomas Salzano collected many memories, he collected memories nationally as well as internationally. Thomas N Salzano also enjoyed many business trips that allow him to saw beautiful sites.

And he experiences some of the best memories are that we collect when traveling overseas. Travel to another country not only gives you a break from daily life but also give chance to see a new world that we do not think it excited. But when you travel to another country is also necessary to follow some tips that make your travel safe.

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Passport

Must review your passport before 9 months to its expiration date. In case your passport gets stolen or lost that case you also have a copy of passport, so bring copies of your passport when going for travel. On store one electronic passport copy in your email. And must register with your embassy.

Do Your Homework

Before going on an international trip, study about the weather, popular destination, hotels, restaurants. If you do your homework then it will let you prepare in advance for certain fun and excitement. And for a relaxed trip read the blogs related to particular place, have a word with a travel agent because if you know about the place then it will help you in enjoying your trip.

Money

We all know traveling abroad means dealing with different currency. If you look up the monetary conversion before you go will make your travel easy. The credit card you carrying, make sure it will work in the country you are visiting. For the money, conversion goes to bank or ATM in the country you are visiting.

Electronics

Bring the charger and adapter with you because different countries have different size plus and voltage. And before going for travel check the voltage of your electronics and make sure you had activated the phone’s global capability. And you can also download the app which helps you in finding great deals in different countries. It will save your money as well as time.

Luggage & Packing

When you are packing a bag for traveling pack smartly and must pack an extra pair of clothes in your carry bag. And you are going to fly so, pack according to that check the weight of your bag according to airlines rules. And when you are packing your bag carry homemade snacks which will help you in saving money as well as from outside unhealthy food. Must pack necessary medicines in your bag because you do not know the country you are visiting allow to sell that medicine or not.

Above are the list of tips listed by Thomas Salzano is guaranteed to help you in your easier international travel.

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Blogger Thomas Salzano Shares Save Money on Travel

Want to travel cheaper, longer and better? This post “Save Money on Travel” shared by Thomas Salzano tell you how to stretch your dollar. Thomas Salzano is a professional travel blogger and travel lover lives in New Jersey.

Many times Thomas Salzano’s readers ask how to save money on travel. So, here he shares some ideas.

Many people like Thomas Salzano include travel on the high priority list. And some have money for travelling and some of them have less money. So if you make smart choices then you can also travel in less budget. Following are the points that will help you in saving money on travel:

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Free Days

When you are going to visit museum or tourist sites, firstly go to their websites and find when there will be a free entry of discount and then plan according to it.

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Intract With Locals

If you talk with locals they advice you where to stay in less budget, where you get food at your pocket friendly price. And they also give you more information about a place.

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Flight Booking

If you have the desire to visit the world and you have not enough money to travel then be flexible with flight dates and save money. Book flight on the date when you get discounts. And try to fly on midweek, Tuesday or Wednesday because on weekends the price are high.

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Use Coupons

Find coupons and discounts for the place you are visiting. For this use, tourists booklets and brochures, websites etc. And also use credit card reward points.

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More ideas that Thomas Slazano also follow when he traveled are, go for camping it saves you stay money, walk as must as you can so that you will experience the travel and saves transport money, eat street food but eat food away from tourist street and for shopping choose a cheap place.

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Thomas Salzano: Most Romantic Places To Go On Valentine’s Day

Thomas Salzano is travel enthusiast who travels a lot. Thomas Salzano writes blogs that help his readers in traveling.

Valentine is a day when someone wants to tell his lover how much he or she means to them. This day is celebrated as a romantic celebration of ones you love most. So do you want to take romance a step further this valentine day? Then choose one of the following destination to celebrate:

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Miami

When you explore Miami with your partner then it made an event richer place. So for making a memorable valentine day, it is the good option.Love-Retro-Couple-Kissing-Marriage-Of-Love-1779066 (1).jpg

San Francisco

Here are the lot of things to do in this city. And this is the most romantic city for food lovers. Here you can find stunning views almost everywhere.love-560783_960_720.jpg

Venice, Italy

It is at the top of the list of most romantic cities in the world. The whole city is built on water and offers the chance to enjoy each other company.venice-1602999_960_720.jpg

The Maldives

Most romantic destination to spend your days relaxing together or doing the adventure with your loved one. The Maldives is the best destination for those who love adventure.wedding-1770860_960_720.jpg

Paris, France

Without Paris, no list of romantic destinations would be complete. This is the city of love, water the city hand in hand. Must visit Eifel Tower.paris-1789706_960_720.jpg

Must visit one new place this valentine and make your day more special and also make feel your lover special. Select one of the cities listed above by Thomas Salzano and enjoy your special day.

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