Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Sunday, September 25, 2011
Friday, September 23, 2011
Matthew Ray Salon had a great time at his first meeting with The Professional Beauty Association | National Cosmetology Association (PBA | NCA), the leading non-profit membership organization in the beauty industry, held its quarterly Board of Directors and Leadership Council meeting this week in Scottsdale, AZ, which included several leaders from the salon/spa industry. They met on critical issues and efforts, which are designed to drive growth, sustainability and relevance within the industry. The group discussed strategies to grow industry education and research, strengthen government affairs, expand charitable programs, and how to better connect and recognize professionals through its trade shows and competitions. To find out more about what the PBA | NCA has been up to, read its Mid-Year Review
Sunday, September 4, 2011
MDA Telethon was on labor day evening. This is the 3rd year Matthew has been there to do Alison Sweeney's hair for the event. Did you get to see what hairstyles he created for her this year! Alison's blog to see some behind the scenes views! Including, yes, your own Mr. Matthew Holman!!
Check out the new app by KMS! You answer a few questions, snap a picture and share the results on Who Are You? with your friends!!! It's fun to do and gets you a cool picture you can email, text, twit, fb etc!! Download on the iTunes store or at the Android Marketplace.
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Beauty Professionals Leadership Council for PBA. (formerly the National Cosmetology Association) dedicated to helping licensed cosmetologists strike a healthy work/life balance. Members enjoy resources to inspire creativity and career development and have access to educational events and trade shows to hone their professional skills and business knowledge. James is looking forward to helping licensed and future cosmetologists by sharing the resources available in PBA. The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) has four Leadership Councils and a Board of Directors. Each council is made up of dedicated members who have taken an active role in the association.