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Is blow drying safe? Do partitions and UV sterilizers actually work? In the absence of federal guidance, every state has taken its own path to reopening salons. Our new extended interview with Leslie Roste, BSN, RN, the Director of Education for Barbicide, covers the most controversial issues in Part 3 of our series.Resources:Barbicide - Coronavirus InformationBarbicide Back-to-Work Plan - Guidelines for reopening and operating safelyBarbicide Certification - Free online infection control courseBarbicide COVID 19 Certification - Free online coronavirus courseOutgrowth - Free signs for your salon businessBehindthechair.com - Your State-by-State Guide to Salon ReopeningsCenters for Disease Control - Special website for Coronavirus (COVID-19)-----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from the hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
Are you a responsible beauty professional? This question informs how we respond to the significant challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. We offer our take on how to communicate with clients (including those requesting services!) and landlords expecting rent when we’re not allowed to work.Resources:MultiState - COVID-19 Policy Tracker - State-by-state information on executive orders, essential business definitions, school closures, travel restrictions and moreGoogle - COVID-19 Map - Current statistics at national, state and county levelsUSA.gov - Unemployment Help - Unemployment benefits amid the coronavirusSBA.gov - Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources - Information about funding options----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from your hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
Looking forward to when we can provide beauty services again? We continue our conversation with infection control expert Leslie Roste, BSN, RN. As Director of Education for BlueCo Brands, Leslie previews Barbicide’s new back-to-work plan with specific recommendations for preparing our salons. We also discuss the broader implications for the beauty industry, including:• how to address the subject of safety with clients;• why giving clients professional products for at-home use may backfire;• what regulatory changes we might expect.Resources:Barbicide - Coronavirus InformationBarbicide Back-to-Work Plan - Guidelines for reopening and operating safelyBarbicide Certification - Free online infection control courseBarbicide COVID 19 Certification - Free online coronavirus courseCenters for Disease Control - Special website for Coronavirus (COVID-19)-----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from the hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
Are you covered for selling at-home hair color or facial kits? Or for a client who refuses to wear PPE? How do we make clients feel safe when salons reopen? Get the answers in Part 2 of our conversation about professional liability insurance with Tracy Donley, the Executive Director of Associated Skin Care Professionals.Resources: Special Offer for Outgrowth Podcast Professionals!Discounted Membership including Individual Liability Insurance:Hair ProfessionalsSkin Care ProfessionalsNail Professionals (Discount code: outgrowth20)Back to Practice Guides:Hair Professionals Skin Care ProfessionalsNail Professionals ----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from your hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
Are you covered for transmitting a communicable disease, causing a client injury, serving alcohol or tinting lashes? In trying to protect our salon businesses, we need to know more than just a thing or two about insurance, like what’s covered and what’s not. Our guest Tracy Donley, the Executive Director of Associated Skin Care Professionals, has the answers in this 2 part episode.Resources: Special Offer for Outgrowth Podcast Professionals!Discounted Membership including Individual Liability Insurance:Hair ProfessionalsSkin Care ProfessionalsNail Professionals (Discount code: outgrowth20)Back to Practice Guides:Hair Professionals Skin Care ProfessionalsNail Professionals ----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from your hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
Licensing deregulation is a real threat to the professional beauty industry. Why is it happening and what recourse do you have to stop it? Ashley shares her concerns about Illinois House Bill 5558, and what actions she is taking to fight the bill. Jaime discusses resources for those who are just starting out with advocacy, and how to find bills that might affect your license in your state.Resources:Common Cause - Find your representativesUSA.gov - Find your representativesAmerican Association of Cosmetology Schools (AACS) - Bill TrackerProfessional Beauty Association (PBA) - Advocacy ToolkitWashington Post (11/09/15) -  In taking on cosmetologists - and other licensed professions - the White House may have picked a fight it can’t win ThinkProgress (8/17/19) -  Koch Brothers’ anti-government group promotes allowing unlicensed, untrained cosmetologists----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from your hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
Feeling the aches and pains of returning to work? Want to prevent discomfort and injuries? Improving the relationship between our bodies and our salon environments takes time and investment. Sara Taylor Eggleston, a professional disability management specialist and founder of Structured Health Resources, describes her proactive approach to ergonomics.Resources:VirtualErgonomics.com - Personalized virtual assessment of your workplaceStructured Health Resources - Experienced consultants who optimize comfort and function -----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website:Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you!Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from the hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
Frustration and anger have been building over the lack of information and conflicting standards for reopening salons. What will be required when salons open? Who makes those decisions? We talk about why state boards haven’t done more, how individual beauty professionals will respond, and what we expect will happen next.Resources: Centers for Disease Control - Reducing the Spread of COVID-19 in Workplaces FAQsCenters for Disease Control - Worker Decision TreeBehindthechair.com - Your State-by-State Guide to Salon ReopeningsAmerican Association of Cosmetology Schools - Coronavirus Resource CenterMultiState - COVID-19 State Reopening Guide ----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from your hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
How should beauty pros interpret industry guidelines when it’s not clear what’s recommended and what's actually required? Guidelines were meant to make the process of reopening our businesses as safe as possible, but instead, they’ve often been confusing. We use examples from California and Illinois to analyze the specific language and discuss the implications for salons and their clients.(Recorded Thursday, May 28, 2020. Interpretations subject to change.)Resources:Personal Care Services Guidelines (Illinois)Be Safe Chicago: Be Safe. Personal Services (Chicago, IL)COVID-19 Industry Guidance: Hair Salons and Barbershops (California)Behindthechair.com - Your State-by-State Guide to Salon Reopenings----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from your hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
Signing a petition is not real advocacy and certificates are meaningless. We say that and much more about what’s happening while the beauty industry awaits permission to reopen. How much damage will we do to our industry as a result of impatience, questionable decisions, and non-compliance?Resources:CNN - This is where all 50 US states stand on reopeningProfessional Beauty Association (PBA) - State Board Directory (website links) Centers for Disease Control - Special website for Coronavirus (COVID-19)MentalHealth,gov - National resources for mental health care----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from your hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
With a renewed focus on infection control in the beauty industry, we welcome Leslie Roste, RN, BSN, our first-ever guest. Leslie gives practical advice and her expert opinions on a range of topics:• why anti-bacterial soap would not be recommended for hand washing;• the ways that liquid disinfectants are misused in a salon setting;• how coronavirus compares to the flu and the value of a flu shot for beauty professionals.We conclude with suggestions for maintaining our mental health and sustaining hope for the future.(Recorded Friday, March 20, 2020)Resources:Centers for Disease Control - Special website for Coronavirus (COVID-19) Barbicide - Leading manufacturer of disinfectantBarbicide - Coronavirus InformationBarbicide Back-to-Work Plan - Guidelines for reopening and operating safelyBarbicide Certification - Free online infection control courseBarbicide COVID 19 Certification - Free online coronavirus courseMentalHealth.gov - National resources for mental health care-----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from the hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
As we face disruption in our beauty businesses due to the coronavirus pandemic, we suggest ways to be productive even when we cannot provide services directly to clients. The same time we’d be spending with clients can be used to update our websites, deep clean the salon, take product inventory, and much more. Beyond protecting your health, what are your plans?Resources:This Ugly Beauty Business - The Salon Service Pricing Toolkit----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from your hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
Who speaks for beauty pros? How do we ensure the government understands our needs? Do we have to file a lawsuit to protect our industry and make any progress? In our insightful discussion with Myra Reddy of the Professional Beauty Association, she explains how a collaborative approach to the legislative process gives voice to members, promotes their best interests, and influences policies and regulations at the state and federal levels.Resources:EPISODE BONUS!Outgrowth - Advocacy Basics: 5 Simple Steps to Becoming Your Own AdvocateProfessional Beauty Association (PBA)Professional Beauty Association (PBA) Advocacy-----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from the hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
Can you meet new safety requirements without raising your prices? Will your business be profitable and sustainable after reopening? From increased product costs to decreased capacity, every aspect of our salon businesses has been impacted. When everything has changed, these questions can’t be answered until we do the math for ourselves.Resources:Outgrowth - Pricing Basics: Product Cost Per Service (CPS)This Ugly Beauty Business - The Salon Service Pricing Toolkit by Tina Alberino-----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website:Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you!Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from the hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
Need legal advice? In a perfect world, we’d consult an attorney before making major decisions for our beauty businesses, like choosing a legal entity, signing a lease or hiring employees. If you’ve ever needed an attorney, but thought you couldn’t afford one, our guest Amy Toepper, the Founder and CEO of Legal In A Box, will explain how expert advice can be accessible and affordable.Resources: COVID-19 Waiver - $10 Only! Special offer from Legal In A Box for Outgrowth Podcast professionalsLegal In A Box -  Business documents and connections to attorneys in your stateSubscriptions - Monthly subscriptions at basic, advanced, and professional levels----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from your hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
Our first mini episode recaps the very successful launch of Outgrowth Podcast. What should have been an exciting show weekend in New York City was upended when the organizers cancelled due to the coronavirus. What happens next? We answer your questions about exchanging follows on Instagram and including prices in your brochure.----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from your hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
We react to the news that Yelp, in partnership with GoFundMe, created fundraising campaigns as “COVID-19 Small Business Relief” on behalf of businesses without prior consent. We also discuss the optics of fundraising and the importance of maintaining control over marketing your business, even when your business may be temporarily closed.Resources:GoFundMe - Search your business name and “Support [Business Name] COVID-19 Relief in [City]” to determine if this applies to your businessGoFundMe - Submit a request to claim your campaign (requires EIN and valid ID to opt in or out)GoFundMe - The Small Business Relief Initiative & Fund FAQsYelp (3/24/20) - Helping local businesses raise money with up to $1 million in matching donationsTechCrunch (3/24/20) - Yelp and GoFundMe team up to promote local business fundraisersTechCrunch (3/27/20) - Yelp pauses GoFundMe Covid-19 fundraising after opt-out outcryCNBC (3/27/20) - Yelp created GoFundMe pages for small businesses without permission, then made it hard to cancelGoogle - Find related images with reverse image search-----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from the hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
What do cheap manicures, worker exploitation, and coronavirus have in common? They share an epicenter: New York City. Now as beauty professionals across the country struggle to claim unemployment benefits and survive salon shutdowns, the issue of workers rights takes center stage. Our guest Luis Gomez of Workers United NY/NJ describes efforts to improve conditions for the most vulnerable workers in the beauty industry. Resources: New York Nail Salon Workers Association (NYNSWA) Instagram: @nailtechsunited Twitter: @NailTechsUnited Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NYNSWA/ Race to the Bottom: Low Prices & Stolen Wages in NY’s Nail Salon IndustryThe COVID-19 Nail Salon Worker Relief & Resilience PlatformNYNSWA Resilience FundNail Salon Accountability ActNYCOSH (New York Committee for Occupational Safety & Health)New York Times (5/7/15) - The Price of Nice NailsStylist (3/20) - Let’s Not Greenwash Worker ExploitationWikipedia - Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from your hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
If talking about racism makes us feel uncomfortable, it’s because we have been too comfortable with injustice. The time to take a stand for racial equality is long overdue. We must seek to understand, listen, and do more. Our guests Shauna and Angel of DINKS Podcast speak from their experiences as Black women, sharing their thoughts and feelings in a revealing conversation about representation, accountability, and political action.Resources:DINKS Podcast - Instagram & FacebookSuggested by Shauna and Angel:Follow @k8shots and @wkamaubell on InstagramRead books by Black authors like Becoming (Michelle Obama), or anything by James BaldwinWatch movies and TV shows about Black life on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon PrimeHarper's Bazaar - Why You Need to Stop Saying "All Lives Matter"Smithsonian - The Historical Legacy of JuneteenthAuthor Kimberly Jones Explains Why People Are Protesting, Rioting & Looting In Cities Across the CountrySuggested by Outgrowth:Know Your Rights Camp - Provides education for Black and Brown youth Fair Fight - Promotes fair elections by fighting voter suppression Campaign Zero - Provides research-based policy solutions to end police brutalityMovement for Black Lives (M4BL) - Coalition of more than 150 Black organizations -----------Please subscribe, rate, and review Outgrowth on your favorite podcast platform to help us reach more listeners like you!----------Visit our website: Outgrowth: A Slice of Pro BeautyFind us on Social Media:Instagram & Facebook & TwitterWe want to hear from you! Email us at hello@outgrowthpodcast.com.----------A note from the hosts: While we make every effort to provide current and factual information in this podcast, we are not lawyers or accountants. Information contained in this podcast should not be viewed as a substitute for legal or tax advice. We always recommend you seek professional legal and financial advice where required.----------Edited for length and clarity.
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Started
Feb 29th, 2020
Latest Episode
Mar 30th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
5
Avg. Episode Length
32 minutes
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