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Page 19 of 68 17 beautybuzz ESTY TALK New Year's Resolutions What's something new you plan to do in 2016? Body treatments. I learned them in school but haven't done them in eight years. —Eva Hendrick, owner, Simply Elegant Skin Studio, Nashville, TN Adding a men's line. —Laraine Poveromo, CA Botana, San Diego, CA In 2016, I am going to embrace "clever." I want to work on using my current back bar products to create new, exciting, and effective treatment protocols. I am going to think outside the box where marketing and advertising are concerned. Watch out—here I come! —Ella Cress, owner, Ella Cress Skin Care, Denver, CO I've started school with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, so my 2016 goal is to become more holistically focused for skin and health care. A long-term goal (within four years) is to become a holistic health practitioner. What drew me to become an esthetician in the first place was the holistic aspect, but somewhere along the way I lost that path. Yay to starting something new and adding to my knowledge! —Trecy Marr, owner, Trinity Esthetics, Portola, CA Expanding one of my locations, and bringing in more estheticians! Woohoo! —Meri Brimhall, owner, EyeCandy Sunless Spa, Folsom, CA I lost my mom to cancer in 2014 and my dad passed three weeks after. It's been a hard and slow road moving through my grief and finding peace without the presence of my two biggest supporters. In 2016, I want to honor my parents (especially my mom) by certifying in oncology esthetics and pursuing a path and plan of true nurturing fulfillment. —Augusta Sweet, owner, Sacred Skincareapy, Long Beach, CA My business is growing, so I'm turning it into a corporation. My goal is to get at least one more lash artist! Slowly but surely … —Olga Villarreal, owner, San Diego Eyelash Extensions, Poway, CA » Answer our next question: How do you partner with other businesses to build a referral network? Email your answer to Your answer could appear in the March/April 2016 issue and may be edited for length and clarity.

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