Tips to Become a Successful Entrepreneur

Becoming an entrepreneur is not difficult, being successful is a different story altogether. Thomas Salzano, a New Jersey based hairstylist, traveler, photographer and blogger, says launching a growth oriented business takes more than investment and hard work.

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The key, he says, lies in the following:

  1. Working Smart and Not Just Hard

Only hard work hardly works anymore, says Salzano. Working for 18 hours every day and trying to do everything on your own will only lead to one outcome: an overworked you.

What starts with a full power hardcore unflinching gusto, soon turns into a routine of sleep deprived nights and days filled with exhaustion! The key lies in finding the right people to do the required job. Working smart fetches you better outcome and also keeps you on your feet.

  1. Don’t Be Afraid to Fail

No matter how much we all want to succeed, the fear of failure has killed more dreams than the failure itself. Don’t be afraid to try just because you may fail. Winston Churchill once said, “Success is moving from one failure to another without losing the enthusiasm.”

Sometimes, people don’t think it through while launching a business. From location to niche to audience to demographics, everything needs to be considered. Along with that, you also need to make sure you have the resources to keep things running.

  1. Be Relentless

Your business is your dream, so you need to protect it, nurture it and make it happen. You just can’t afford to let it slip because of any reason. Nothing should come between you and your goals.

Wake up, get ready, and work on your dream. Because if you don’t work on your dream, you’ll be working on someone else’s!

In the end, Thomas Salzano gives the most important tip for success: staying healthy. Healthy body lets you focus better and gives you an edge that most people want.

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Thomas N Salzano: Top 10 Global Beauty Brands

In 2017, Global Beauty Market reached $265 billion mark. Thomas N Salzano, a New Jersey based expert hairstylist, traveler, blogger, and guitarist drafted a list of top 10 global beauty brands that are making fortunes in the beauty industry. Here’s the list:

Olay
Olay is an American skin care brand that was founded in 1952. In the Brand Finance’s Top 50 Cosmetic Brands list, Olay ranked first among 49 other prominent brands.

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Avon
Avon was founded in 1886 by David H. McConnell. In 2016, Avon had annual sales of $5.7 billion worldwide.

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L’Oreal
L’Oreal is one of the world’s largest cosmetic companies founded in 1909 by Eugene Schueller. It has six worldwide research and development centers which are located in US, Japan, France, India, and China.

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Neutrogena
The company was founded by Emanuel Stolaroff in 1930 but later bought by Johnson & Johnson conglomerate in 1994.

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Nivea
The brand was first introduced in 1911 by a company named Beiersdorf Global AG. The name Nivea comes from the Latin word niveus, meaning snow-white.

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Lancome
It is the part of L’Oreal Luxury Products division. The brand was founded in 1935 by Armand Petitjean and Guillaume d’Ornano.

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Dove
Dove’s products are sold in more than 80 countries and are manufactured in Australia, India, Egypt, Germany, Indonesia, Mexico, Netherlands, South Africa, United States, and Poland.

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Estee Lauder
It was founded in 1946 by Estee Lauder and Joseph Lauder. The company is one of the main marketers of skincare, makeup, and fragrance.

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Shiseido
Shiseido is a fragrance, cosmetics, haircare, and skin care producer. It was founded in 1872 and is the largest cosmetic company in Japan.

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Chanel
The company was founded in 1909 by Coco Chanel. It has its own cosmetics range and beauty boutiques.

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Key Points to Start Your Beauty Products Business

The world is witnessing a boom in the cosmetic or beauty products industry. With a strong desire look good, the consumption of beauty products among teenagers went up significantly. Looking at the trends, starting a beauty business brings a lot of wealth benefits.

Thomas J Salzano, a New Jersey-based hair and beauty expert, traveler, photographer and blogger shares some important points that an entrepreneur should keep in mind before starting his/her own beauty products business. Here’s what he has to say:

How does the cosmetic industry work?

Before starting beauty products business, you must know how it works. Study and learn about the existing brands. From their products selection techniques to staff management, from their marketing strategies to implementation method, study everything.

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Cosmetic startups costs

The best bet to start a cosmetic business is to begin online as there are more chances to get customers there.

Costs completely depend on what type of formulation you are going to use. Important parameters that play an important role in this phase are the type of product you are going to make (body wash, fairness cream, emulsion etc.), a number of products at the starting stage, cosmetic formulation  development and production cost, packaging, marketing material and website.

Following are the key start-up costs:

  • Product development-> $3000-$4000 (for a single product)
  • Business Expenses-> around $2000
  • Marketing & Sales-> $500-$1000

Cosmetic regulations

The cosmetic industry is regulated by the Food & Regulation Administration (FDA). Go to its official website and check out all the latest information published by them regarding beauty product businesses.

Product testing

It’s your duty to make sure that the products are safe and effective. For that, there are a number of tests that you should run before launching the product:

  • Microbial testing
  • Stability testing
  • Safety testing

Cosmetic business license

FDA regulates cosmetics under the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act (FD&C Act). FDA, itself, does not license cosmetics firms. But, state or local authorities may require licensing or other important documents. So, you have to contact these authorities directly.

Promotion & Marketing

From digital to traditional, there are multiple ways by which you can promote your beauty products.

You can stand in malls or streets and offer samples to passerby and collect reviews from them. It is one of the best ways of mouth-publicity.

Launch a website or promotional blog and place your ads on forums that target your audience.

Use Facebook or other social networks to promote your product. Moreover, while promoting on social media, you can differentiate your audience based on age, location and interests.

This is Thomas Salzano your trusted expert hairstylist, traveler, photographer and blogger, signing off now.

 

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Thomas Salzano: Make Money While Traveling, Here Are The Best Career Options

Spending every day in a pigeonhole (workplace) and working 9 to 5 can be exhausting. Also, all this hard work only leads you to squeeze in a few days for vacation. So, what about your love to travel? Thomas Salzano, a New Jersey-based photographer, traveler and a hairstylist suggested some of the best travel jobs that will fulfill both your desires of making money and traveling.

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  • Peace Corps Volunteer

In the era of civil wars and social disturbances, there are people who want to travel to foreign countries and help affected lives there. These people are categorized as Peace Corps volunteers. Apart from a social service, there are a lot of benefits in this service like you get a fixed pay, healthcare, student loan and readjustment allowance of around $8,000.

  • Work on a Yacht or a Cruise Ship

Jobs on Yacht and Cruise ships are in large number. Clergy, bartender, casino dealer, hairdresser, dance host, and cook are the main positions. You can make an easy living while traveling the world.

  • Diving Instructor

There is a famous quote, “The ocean is everything I want to be. Beautiful, mysterious, wild and free.” By becoming a diving instructor, you can make a living by traveling and teaching the prerequisites of diving.  And you’ll get to listen to the sound of the deep waters, something you always loved.

  • Travel Nurse

In this field, you will first have to register yourself with a staffing company to represent you in a professional world. There is a 13-week agreement to work in a specific location and the contract includes everything from pay scale to special conditions etc.

  • Truck Driver

Truck drivers play an important role in the industry as they are responsible for transporting raw materials and the final product. As a truck driver, you get a chance to visit every edge of the country and moreover, according to stats published in Reuters, the shortage of truck drivers may increase to 240,000 drivers in the upcoming years.

  • Professional Chef

Being a professional chef, you can get endless opportunities to work in new locales. Also, it is a high-paying job, and you will get to cook in traditional hotels or cruise ships and may be on streets too. On the lighter side, girls love chefs.

  • International Tour Guide

Just imagine! You are passing across the Great Wall of China with a bunch of European tourists. And you are explaining and showing them the exquisite beauty of the wonder. As an international tour guide, you can visit different exotic locations of the world, guiding tourists.

  • Photographer

Thomas Salzano is a New Jersey-based professional photographer, traveler and hairstylist. So, when it comes to the field of lensman, he talks only what he knows. Being a travel photographer will let your spirit feel the ecosystem and capturing someone’s story on your camera will be enchanting. The job will not only excite you but will teach you a lot.

When it comes to working while traveling, you simply need to make sure you are sure about what you want to do. Thomas Salzano signs off saying that choosing a vocation or your traveling experience should not be done in haste, because how great your expedition was depends a lot on how much you enjoyed your work.

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‘Be a Blessing’ While Travelling

Some people travel to another country to get a break from their monotonous and hectic schedule. And then there are people who have found joys of volunteering whenever they go abroad. They travel to other lands and volunteer to gain new perspective over things or to see a different reality. Thomas N Salzano, a New Jersey based hairstylist, traveler, photographer and blogger says that the key to happiness lies in making a difference in other’s life.

Volunteering in a foreign land is gaining popularity and it comes with many benefits. You can learn a new language, try different kind of food and learn a lot about the local culture. Giving your energy and time to volunteer abroad can be a major game changer in your own life too. When you volunteer, you can offer them your help, you also get to learn important life lessons. Like, you can teach them English language which may allow them to thrive in tourist economies. You can volunteer at an orphanage where many children need care and attention. All of these projects can have long lasting benefits. In return, you a get a lifetime of memories

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You get to meet new people, make new friends and know about different cultures. There is no shortage of volunteering projects in the world. You can teach English in Africa or can take care of Giant Pandas in China. You can visit Argentina and help the children there with their education. At the same time, you can experience their natural landscapes.

Just open your atlas, decide where you can visit and create a ripple that engulfs everyone with joy of giving help. Thomas Salzano always emphasizes on acting on your curiosity.

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DIFFERENT SHADES OF BLONDE HAIR

Blonde hair color is very versatile for every season. This trending color is synonymous with radiant beauty for a reason. There is a whole gamut of blonde hair colors that one can simply choose from, either to feel light, get into the mood for springtime or an amazing makeover. According to Thomas Salzano, a New Jersey based hair stylist, “there is a blonde shade varying from old Hollywood golden blonde to cutting edge platinum blonde, to suit every personality kind.” There are many blonde hair color shades to fit every skin tone.

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He brings the important shades of Blonde Hair and to carry them with confidence:

Natural Blonde Hair Color

The range of natural blonde hair color shades vary from almost white to almond colored. This type of hair color mimics the natural blonde color. Thomas Salzano advises to try this colored hair with dazzle-glass lip gloss/lipstick and beautiful bright blue mascara.

Light Blonde Hair Color

Light blonde hair color can elevate your natural shade to a whole new look. It is a perfect hair color for the ones who wanted to have a little more fun. Try to wear it with rocking pink make-up!

Buttery Blonde Hair Color

The Buttery blonde hair color has the power to brighten up your face irrespective of your skin tone. Pair it with soft pink or nude lip color shade to rock this look.

Pearl Blonde Hair Color

Pearl Blonde hair color works best on light to medium color skin tones. It is a perfect blend of cool and natural tones. If your eye color is either brown or green, then you can complement your whole look with a rich brown eye-liner beautifully and carefully smudged on the top of your eye lid!

Wear these colors with confidence and you will rock any blonde hair color look! After all, confidence is the best color any person can wear, Thomas Salzano remarks.

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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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