HairVoyage is here for beauty professionals. All you interdisciplinary and entrepreneurial minded artists. We see you, we know you and we love you. We are here to be a community that cares for beauty professionals and expands beauty education. Giving you the support to live your most sustainable, connected and joy filled careers.
In this episode we unpack with Alyse Daunis what a design sprint is, how we have used them in the process of building HV and how beauty professionals can utilize this tool for building their businesses. Design sprints are a design thinking method used for solving complex problems throughout co-creation. This process is roadmap for testing, prototyping, defining and clarifying data from targeted users. Design sprints are a fast track process to your beauty business dreams! Alyse is a bad ass, adventure lover and heart centered product designer. Alyse is an entrepreneur with experience in research, design, and product management. Her entrepreneurial endeavors and curiosity for life have taken her on journeys in many different industries as well as locations all over the globe. She passionate about designing digital experiences that leave a positive impact on people and the planet. Currently, Alyse works with Parting Pro as their Head of Product, as well as a select client base to create impactful products.
Learn more about Alyse and how you can work with her at https://www.alysedaunis.com/
Roxie Darling is a stylist and hair witch in New York. Her many experiences in the beauty industry from working with Bumble and Bumble, to creative directing and working in some of NYC’s top salons have evolved her to her current work where she unites her energetic practices with her hair color innovation. Roxie shares with us about her upcoming class Vibrational Haircolor and the experiences that surround these new approaches.
In this episode we learn from Nick Arrojo about moving through challenges and adapting to new leadership roles as businesses change. Nick is a celebrity stylist in New York City. Many know Nick from when he was the hairstylist on TLC's, What Not To Wear for seven years. Nick now owns Arrojo Studio. He also created his own product line, Arrojo and runs Arrojo Education. Nick is incredibly talented, gifted and rooted in the community of New York. We discuss conflicts stylists in New York are currently facing due to the pandemic. Nick shares about why the beauty is industry seeking solutions and what he has been brainstorming to help problem solve. Nick has serves as a leader in the industry and provides inspirations to many stylist around the world. Tune in to hear his passion, creative pivots and advice.
Kimra Luna is an incredible business strategist and entrepreneur. Kimra is the founder of Freedom Hackers where she has supported thousands of businesses to tell their story, captivate audiences, and monetize their brands. Kimra is passionate about serviced based businesses and most recently has begun supporting people in radical sensuality and creating healthy relationships. We love Kimra because she is like so many of our listeners that are bad ass multi-passionate and purpose driven creatives. In this episode we explore identifying as an entrepreneur in beauty and we learn about using multiple passions strategically. Tune in to get hear her solid guidance for the land of beauty business.
Youtube: Kimra Luna
In this episode we get to dive deep with Andi Scarbrough. Andi is the founder of CrownWorks, a beauty ritual. Andi shines some light on the symbolic shadow and every other kind of shadow. Get ready! In this conversation you will learn how HairVoyage crossed paths with Andi along our journey of harnessing professional work shadowing. We explore how these unmet awarenesses keep us small and how shadow aspects can live within an entire industry. Perhaps you have experienced these beauty shadows too? Tune in to share in the clearing!
Andi Scarbrough https://crownworks.net/
@crown_works & @getadamnhaircut
Elina Zheleva: Elina is CEO of launchlabs Sofia. Part of an international network with offices in Berlin, Basel and Bangalore, launchlabs is a business redesign studio that helps companies build agile teams and create innovative, customer-centric experiences for their clients. Elina and her team have worked with both Fortune 500 companies and startups, public institutions and NGOs to prepare them for business as unusual situations like the current one with COVID-19. You can learn more about them at laucnhlabs.bg
Marwa Bashir shares with us about her life in Nashville as a celebrity stylist. Marwa takes us on a behind the scenes journey of a stylists life in the music biz. We talk about how one dream leads to the next and about the unique territory of creative businesses. Find more about Marwa on Instagram @marawabashirhair
In this episode we hear from Shear Share’s CEO and Co Founder Dr. Tye Caldwell. Shear Share helps you quickly find salon and barbershop space to lease near you. You won’t want to miss this episode. After you listen you can learn more about this company on Instagram @shearshare
In this wild time so many divine connections are able to happen. In this episode we have the pleasure of learning from the one and only, Sharon Blain. Sharon shares with us about uncertain times, dreams for the industry, how connection keeps us passionate and how to keep moving forward. Tune in for her beautiful wisdom. You can learn more about Sharon Blain’s one of a kind education at @sharonblaineducation on Instagram. PS yes, this episode is choppy from conversing between two different countries but as our friend Mona has taught us we have decided to move beyond vanity. Hope you enjoy! @hairvoyage.co
In this episode 4 conscious hairdressers that have been inspired by the phrase "hair peace" discuss where this came from, what it means to them. and how you can participate in the hair peace instagram challenge. The frequency vibes on this recording are so high (not to mention connecting from 3 different countries) that the noise in this podcast is a little unpredictable. But, as we speak about in this episode, we have decided to move beyond vanity!
Mona Ling Leung @theconscioushairdresser & @beyondvanityfilm
Samantha Tune @samanthatune
MaryAlice @hairvoyage.co & @ebb.flo.hair.boutique
In this episode we talk about turning within to get to know our internal resources. We learn we can take time to know new parts of ourselves to help light the way as we are all searching for next step on our paths as beauty professionals in the midst of Covid 19.
In this episode we explore tools we can use in our lives to move through these hard and uncomfortable times where beauty professionals are being greatly challenged by Covid 19. Resilience comes in many forms, here are a few ideas we are using that may help you too. Connect with us on Instagram @hairvoyage.co