ASCP Esty Talk
ASCP Esty Talk
Sep 23, 2020
Ep 21 – Is Your Head in the Game?
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Having your own skin care practice has its benefits—flexibility and an opportunity for a much better income, but is your head really in the game? It takes more than a cute space to get clients in the door.  Kim Trent, licensed esthetician, spa owner, and creator of The Solo Esthetician, a private Facebook group, shares her advice and resources on starting and keeping your skin care business.

Kim Trent Bio:

Kim Trent is the owner of Skincare by Kimbella spa and boutique in Atlanta, Georgia, and the creator of The Solo Esthetician Facebook Group. The Solo Esthetician is open to licensed estheticians only. If you are a student esthetician, check out the So You Want to Be an Esthetician Facebook Group.

 

Contact:

 

www.thesoloesthetician.pro

 

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Email:

 

To connect with Kim Trent, click here

 

To connect with Tracy Donley, click here 

 

Join:

 

To join Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP), click here 

 

If you have questions about Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP) membership or professional liability insurance for estheticians, call 800-789-0411

 

If you are interested in adding Business Personal Property (BPP) insurance to your membership, click here 

 

Are you performing advanced treatments like laser hair removal or microblading? Get a price quote for ASCP Advanced Modality Insurance (AMI)—ASCP members only. 

 

Follow Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP) on Instagram 

 

Check out ASCP’s extensive Back-to-Practice guide 

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