The Tease, a top digital destination that delivers exclusive editorial content for salon professionals and prosumers interviewed Canviiy’s Lead Healthcare Educator and Senior Stylist, Monica McGartland to share expert advice and stylist tips on best practices for working with clients who have cancer.
Here’s an excerpt from the article:
Given that one in eight women in this country will develop breast cancer in her life, you will probably know someone whose life has been affected by this disease—if you don’t already. It could be a family member, a close friend, or even one of your clients. “Unfortunately, the statistics keep climbing for breast cancer, says Monica McGartland, Senior Stylist/Lead Healthcare Educator at leading scalp care brand Canviiy. “ So, it’s just more and more important for stylists to get a little educated.”
As stylists, there is so much you can do to better serve clients who may be battling breast cancer. That’s why with October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we enlisted McGartland to share some of her best tips for working with clients who have cancer and are currently undergoing treatment. Considering that she was previously the Salon Supervisor at the Moffitt Cancer Center, she’s an expert on this topic. Ahead, McGartland shares her suggestions on everything from important questions to ask, to how to address potential hair loss, and why you should be prioritizing scalp care with your clients.
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