From: Nicolle (220.127.116.11)
In Reply to: Re: Training for BKT - Experts please advise! posted by Jan Norris on March 28, 2007 at 6:50 am:
As long as everyone who orders the product must adhere to the same rules and pay $1000 minimum it is fair and it is their rules.
My concern was based on previous posts and the website itself, you only had to register online, fax your license, and you could purchase any product.
I was concerned that to keep the competition down and to control pricing, there was some kind of collaboration involved to only force certain stylists to do this and not others and I found that to be inappropriate.
But since I have since been corrected and that every stylist that purchased the product has been trained by Marcia and has had to pay the $1000 minimum sign on premium, I am not arguing that point.
However, keep in mind many people have paid thousands in education and still can't do their jobs. It will always be the gift of the artist and not all about the training you receive or the $$ you plop down for it.
And finally, I'll have to wait for BKT in this instance because my hairdresser plans her monthly educational pursuits and travels months in advance and is pretty well booked up through summer now.
I'll be getting iStraight instead at the salon.