Working as a solo skin care professional is incredibly rewarding. You have total control over your business, from services you want to offer and at what price to marketing and advertising decisions. Your creativity can flow freely, and you can really have your hand in every aspect of your business.
However, working on your own can also be isolating. You may find yourself missing the camaraderie of working with a team. Maintaining motivation can also be a struggle when you’re flying solo. The key to staying connected is to connect – literally. There are a few ways to do that so you can enjoy and reap the benefits of working as a solo provider without the isolation.
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Alisha Shumake is a licensed aesthetician of 15 years and owner of The More You Glow in Detroit, Michigan. She obtained a degree in small business management and has worked in a variety of different roles in the aesthetics industry such as sales, salons, and medical spas. Shumake decided to take the step into entrepreneurship in 2020, opening The More You Glow. In addition to providing corrective and age management-based treatments, she also strives to educate clients in product knowledge and the latest in treatment advancements to accomplish their skin care goals.