EPISODE 3: COLE THOMPSON

salonsuccess · Episode #3 – Cole Thompson | Salon Success Academy: The PODCAST

In this episode of the Salon Success Academy Podcast, Joe and Jeff interview Cole Thompson! Cole is a globally recognized hairstylist and the founder of Elevation H.

“Just make sure you understand there’s a process, and the more you commit to it, the better your journey will be.”

In this episode of the Salon Success Academy Podcast, Joe and Jeff interview Cole Thompson! Cole is a globally recognized hairstylist and the founder of Elevation H.

Cole shares his inspiring story starting from humble beginnings to becoming the youngest creative director in the history of Vidal Sassoon. Cole offers valuable insights for aspiring hairstylists and shares how to establish yourself in the beauty industry. He also underscores the importance of persistence and how consistently reinventing yourself can lead to success.

With over two decades of experience working in the beauty industry, Cole has gained a unique perspective on cosmetology and success. Tune in to learn more.

About the Guest:

Cole Thompson is the founder of Elevation H and a globally recognized hairstylist. Cole Thompson is originally from Manchester, England, and has been active in the hair industry since 2000. As the youngest creative director in the history of Vidal Sassoon, Cole was able to come to America to teach a generation of hairstylists. Cole founded Elevation H in 2015 and has been working with Salon Success to deliver the best hair education possible. He travels around the world, providing top-notch education to students and professionals the globe. Cole’s passion for educating is evident in his work as he continues to help others strive for excellence in all areas of the industry.

You can follow Cole on his Instagram page:@_cole_thompson or @elevationh. Learn more about Cole or Elevation H visit elevationh.com

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