THE SALON PROFESSIONAL ACADEMY, a Redken Diamond Academy, is excited to launch our new website www.tspasanjose.com. 2015 has been a great year so far for this top notch beauty school,so why not a new look and feel four our online web presence.

Check out our new website www.tspasanjose.com to find out more information about a career in Esthetics which is skin care, facials, glycolic peels, waxing and make up artistry exclusively with Inglot Cosmetics and Cosmetology which is hair styling, coloring and cutting and more just text the word “TGIF” to 408-784-4463 and find out if you have what it takes!


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Are you ready for Prom? Dress…check! But wait you still need hair and make up!

Don’t worry book your appointment for hair and make up today. Just call 408-579-9111.

It’s only $67.00 to get your hair and make up done and you get a mini Redken hairspray for free!

The Salon Professional Academy is excited to have this special offer to local high schools.



Need help with tuition? Redken will award $35,000 dollars in scholarships in 2015. 25 applicants will be awarded $800, and another 25 will be awarded $600. This scholarship opportunity is exclusive to The Salon Professional Academy beauty school students only. All applications must be post marked, mailed out by April 1st. For more information got to www.redkenscholarship.com. APPLY NOW, ALL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY APRIL 1ST, EXCLUSIVE TO TSPA STUDENTS ONLY! *Applications that are not complete, will not be qualified.


The Least Stressful Jobs Of 2015: BECOME A HAIRSTYLIST


How stressful is it to be a hair stylist? According to CareerCast, a career information and job listing website based in Carlsbad, CA, it’s the least stressful job in America. “You work one-on-one with people, and you get the satisfaction of helping them,” says the site’s publisher Tony Lee. Hair stylists set their own schedules, enjoy a lot of positive feedback and they tend to make friends with their clients, he adds.

Finding a job where stress is rarely an issue is the goal of many job seekers. But how can you tell whether a job will be stress-free before you’ve actually spent time managing the daily duties?

Some measures of stress are easy to define. If you or the life of others may be at jeopardy, chances are it’s a pretty stressful job. If the deadlines for getting work done are tight, and if you have others closely watching your every activity, you can bet the stress may be unbearable.

On the other hand, if you spend your days working one-on-one with others helping them in some way, and your schedule tends to be set more by you than by others, you likely have a job with a low, healthy stress level.

“I’ve worked in the beauty industry for so many years, and the greatest gift you can give someone is when they turn around in the chair and they get to see themselves ‘revealed,’” says Billy Lowe, a hair stylist in Los Angeles.

Lowe says that the entrepreneurial side of being a hair stylist is stressful, but the personal relationships working with clients provide an “incredible experience.” In those moments, Lowe says, “I don’t even feel like I’m working at work.” Job satisfaction and the pleasure of helping others can certainly go a long way to outweighing stress. Of course, what induces stress can vary from person to person. And make no mistake: No job is completely free from stress.