The Pleas Formula, the mother-daughter team behind Cutting Loose Salons, Coral and Taelor Pleas recently presented their award-winning training approach alongside industry experts at Paul Mitchell’s Education Show In Las Vegas, Nevada. New to Paul Mitchell’s educational lineup this year helping build business “Sharper than your shears!”, The Pleas Formla participated in the business rEvolution bringing together salon owners and stylists to talk exclusively about business and development.
Attendees from all over the world learned from the expertise of world-renowned business coaches and beauty industry icons that come together at this revolutionary event to talk marketing, finance, social media, and management. Coral and Taelor shared the stage with Robert Cromeans, discussing some best practices from Cutting Loose and touching on the Pleas Formula.
“It was an honor and a privileged to share our best practices with other salon owners,” says Coral Pleas. “I am committed to raising the level of excellence in our industry and having opportunities like this helps spread the message.”
Cutting Loose is a full-service salon specializing in French haircutting and balayage. They have a longstanding passion for education and development both inside the salon and within the industry. Cutting Loose stylists attend education seminars each month so they are continuously immersed in the latest techniques and trends. At senior levels, they begin mentoring newer stylists through the salon’s protégé program. Clients can visit one of their locations: University Park (8429 Honore Avenue in Sarasota at the Square at UTC Plaza) or Lakewood Ranch (5820 Ranch Lake Boulevard at the River Club Plaza in Bradenton).
About Cutting Loose Salons
E2= Exceeding Expectations. Nothing is more important to Cutting Loose Salons than the guest. As a team, they are committed to inspire their guests and the local community with an unparalleled dedication to service while enhancing beauty, inside and out. Visit http://www.cuttingloose.net/ for more information and the closest location.
photo from Judy Gallagher