Analysis Of Peter Rosas 's ' Hairstylist '

954 WordsDec 9, 20164 Pages
The book I chose to read was “Hairstylist: How to Reach The Top – Your Success Is More Than Cutting Hair” by Peter Rosas. I was looking for an inspirational hairstylist book with encouragement and guidance. His book is about the many secrets to make it to the “top” and how to market yourself and become successful. The author of the book, Peter Rosas, is a stylist, app creator, and educator with over 35 years in the industry. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and would highly recommend it to any graduating student or even to those who have been in the field for many years but lost their touch. I know that there is no job in the world that is simple. Regardless of what one can observe and think to themselves “how hard can that be”. Never underestimate the responsibilities that a certain job can hold. A lot of times cosmetologists, estheticians, nail techs, massage therapist, etc. are frowned upon because of how simple people think our jobs can be. Peter Rosas shared that “there are 150,000 students graduating from U.S. beauty schools in some form of the beauty industry every year, but in 5 years only 20% of them will continue to be involved in the beauty trade.” What does that mean? It is a competitive job that can become discouraging to many stylists. I believe that his book can change our perspective and maybe help others understand the daily ups and downs of the beauty field. In Chapter 3 of the book “The Art of Communication”, I was very much impressed with what Rosas

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