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Teri DiMarino -Saturday June 12th, 2010 - WINNIPEG

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  • Teri DiMarino -Saturday June 12th, 2010 - WINNIPEG

    Ready Set Go! Prep-Bathe-Dry!

    A good bathing and drying job is easily 50% of a great groom and 100% of many. The bathing room has been the starting point of every successful stylist and the active salon needs to pay more attention to this important position. With an emphasis on safety and efficiency, Teri guides this fun and informative all day seminar through an average day in a busy salon. Safe handling practices and a keen focus on time saving techniques will help increase income, save time and improve the finished work.

    This seminar is a real eye opener for the novice groomer/technician as well as a lesson in efficiency for the seasoned salon owner.

    Such Topics Will Be Covered:
    From check-in to check-out:
    Integrating a salon’s bathing staff into the check-in and prop process gives them responsibilities that will make a busy salon hum like a well oiled machine.

    Tools of the trade and their proper and efficient use:
    Teri will demonstrate the efficient use and alternative uses of some common and uncommon tools. Safety restraints and their alternatives will be an area of focus. Tasks such as nail trimming, ear cleaning and brushing will be discussed and made easy. Safety and comfort of the pet is always emphasized.

    Dematting! It’s everyone’s problem:
    Everyone has a technique or tool that works well for them but you can save time, aggravation and money with a few easily applied techniques. Equipment and its proper use as well as handling the owner of a matted pet will be covered.

    Shampoos, Conditioners. Sprays. Which are the best:
    Teri will take a groomers’s eye look at the bubbles. Why do they work and how can we get the best out of the bottles?

    Bathing, it’s more than just getting them wet:
    Quick efficient bathing and proper application of the products you use can make all the difference in the feel of the coat at the end of the groom.

    Drying, the finishing touch:
    Teri will discuss the proper use of the equipment as well as different and unique drying techniques. Dry coats quicker and learn how to get that final oomph on the coat to help get a better finish.