How To Keep Your Craft Fresh

By: Monet Colbert

Category: Professionals, Students

Whether you are in an industry for decades or have newly ventured into any field, keeping your craft fresh is of the utmost importance to improve the standard of your services. In the beauty and wellness industry, it is extremely important for beauty enthusiasts to keep tabs on the latest trends and use advanced practices to ensure they are satisfying their clients.

Wondering how can you do this? Don’t worry! I have your back. In this post, I’ll share some tips that you can follow to keep your craft fresh and have clients coming back to you. Let's get started:


Attending workshops can prove to be a great way to keep your craft fresh and to gain the “know-how” behind the latest trends in the beauty and wellness industry. It’s a known fact that the trends and practices in this industry keep evolving. These trends and practices are discussed in advanced training workshops along with ways to improve customer service and client retention. Attending these workshops will broaden your mind and enable you to focus on more opportunities to grow your brand.


Numerous institutes offer courses that will enable you to polish your skills, improve your craft, and expand your knowledge. However, before getting yourself enrolled in a course, ensure that the institute is reliable and reputable. Do a little research beforehand to select the best institute in your city to get registered.


The Internet is another great way for experts in the beauty and wellness industry to keep their craft fresh. It is filled with information on the latest trends and effective practices followed in the beauty industry. All it requires is a little effort, time, and dedication on your part and you can find handy information that can prove to be beneficial for you. There are numerous informational videos on YouTube and articles on reliable websites that you can visit to gain valuable knowledge.

Assess Yourself

Last, but not least -  assess yourself. It will help you to find flaws or gaps in your skill set that you can work on. Self-evaluation is a great way to turn your weaknesses into strengths, which, eventually will lead to improvement in your skills.

A Final Word

To sum it up, an individual who is looking to improve their skills or keep updated must have the drive to grow as a professional. You must never stop learning and always thrive to bring improvements to your services. Only then, will you be able to keep your craft fresh and always modernized.

About the author: 

Monet Colbert is an entrepreneur and beauty professional with the passion to help others find their destiny in the beauty industry. As a former educator for the L'Oreal brands, Redken & Pureology, makeup artist, hair stylist, fitness competitor, model, writer, actress, wife, and mother of two, Monet packs an entrepreneurial punch to the beauty business as a brand strategist. 

Her career in the cosmetology industry has made her an expert in hair care and makeup. Her journey up the ladder gave birth to her motivational book, “Shear Destiny.” She has also created her own cosmetics line called “Shades of Monet,” which represents all the shades of the color palette that we experience in life's journey. Monet believes that it's a natural part of the cosmetology industry to focus on external beauty. However, Monet shows how determination, persistence, and faith can be a testament to how beauty can really be defined from the inside out. 

Focused on creating a motivational brand with purpose, not just profits, Monet's mission is to use her brands, social markets, and relationships to bring awareness to human trafficking, a subject matter that’s close to her heart. Full of life, determination, and passion, these are the many Shades of Monet. The question is... which Shades of Monet are you?

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