Yep, this was my 6th trip out there in the past 15 months. It’s basically my home away from home now. This trip was for the second BMS Convention, and it was AMAZING. I attended the inaugural BMS Convention in December, and was invited back for this one as a “Pod Leader” and Trainer.
I’m just coming home from another trip to Laguna, and I can’t waitttt to tell you all about my latest experience at BMS convention. If you’ve been following along you know I’ve taken several trips to California in the past year and a half so I thought I would let you in on the number one reason why I can’t get enough of more training and experience with BMS and NBR (the business and extension sides of the same company).
Today I want to talk about something that we have all experienced at some point in our lives—that feeling that you get deep in the pit of your stomach when you look into the mirror and see something that you don’t love.
Last week I told you all about my education overwhelm, and all of my March trips. This week I wanted to share my experience during the first of my three adventures: the International Beauty Show in New York.
I love to learn, I love to grow, I love to teach… pretty much everything about it. March has been all about education for myself and Garnish, and while I would typically say I can’t get enough of it… I have a confession. I’ve been feeling a bit of education overwhelm. You probably already know that at the beginning of March my team and I took a trip to NYC for the International Beauty Show.
It’s about to get real
I’ve been wearing my NBR Extensions for about three months now and, well, I’ve had a few...snafus. If you’ve been into the studio you know I’m pretty much OBSESSED with my NBR extensions, and when they’re extra fluffy I love them even more. And as the person who helped write the maintenance sheet I should’ve been GOLDEN...#famouslastwords
You all already know our Studio Apprentice, Reece, but we thought you might be interested in what exactly our Apprentice Program is, why Candice decided to create it, and how it positively impacts the Garnish Experience.
In the midst of this chilly weather I wanted to bring you all some Cali vibes and share with you my amazing third (yes, third!) trip to Laguna for NBR training. This trip was for the first ever Natural Beaded Rows Convention, hosted by NBR creator Danielle White and her husband, motivational speaker and mindset guru, Garrett White.
When you’re a mom, business owner, and wife with very little time to spare the best possible trend to arrive is “lived-in” hair. I’ve been in love with this trend since it began, and if you’ve embraced it like I have you know why. Lived-in hair can refer to the color or style, but most often it’s the casual waves or undone braids that are naturally a product of being a get-up-and-go type of gal.