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Lasting Impressions Mobile Salon LLC is a Mobile Home Health Hair and Skin Care Provider servicing Metro Atlanta with determination, compassion, and empowering those with disabilities. The company’s business model is designed to increase independence, educate our community, and extend to our patrons a new found confidence; through the power of touch, personalized external care, and create an atmosphere to relish in through mobility. Lasting Impressions Mobile Salon is committed to personalizing each service, catering specific tools to each patron’s unique needs, determining necessary products, and providing an atmosphere sureal to our world. As a Home Health Salon service provider our client and customer base extends to those with disabilities, seniors, but not limited to anyone who is unable to get to a salon and receive Hair and Skincare services. Lasting Impressions Mobile Salon comes conviently to you with Certified, Licensed, Insured, Educated and Experienced background determined to guarantee our capability, quality, and ability to offer these Services and Opportunities:
Ok I have a big question to ask and I really need to get some feed back. I will give a little history of me because it think it will help you understand why I want to do what I feel led to do.
I am and aesthetician, make-up artist, nail tech and massage therapist. I have been in the business of beauty for over twenty three years and last year I went back to get my instructors license. I know enough about hair to be dangerous. I did go to beauty school in the 80’ but hated the perming so I got my manicure/shampoo lic.
I work in a five star resort and am the education director for the spa. I feel like I know want to give back more to my field. I love the spa, beauty business and live and breath it. I also see such a need to improve our beauty schools, not just what they need to learn to pass the test but more like enrichment programs and daycare for the young kids who need extra support. I also see how this could benefit the community that it servers by bringing in homeless, homebound, physical handicapped and medically challenged quest to the school. I believe we all should be touched by the gifted hands of the people who choose this as a careere and it could be a win, win for all involved.
I want it to be a Not for Proffit school and have been having a hard time finding one that exist. I really don’t need one to exist to start working on mine but it would be nice to talk to someone who has the heart and desire to do the same.
I would like to have the input of anyone on this web site to chime in and tell me what you think. Thank you Jennifer Gibson
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