Meet Jaime (@Jaimes_beauty_), 24 years old and born on March 22, in East Liverpool, Ohio. Known professionally as Jaime’s Beauty Bar, her childhood friends and parents call her Madie and her in-laws lovingly call her James. Though Jaime initially aspired a career in nursing, her heart found its true calling in hair. Jaime is a Color and Extension specialist. She does blonding, color corrections, keratin hair extensions, wefts, i-tip, and tape. As a dedicated Professional, Jaime wholeheartedly shares her passion for Pallure haircare and the importance of continuing education.
When Jaime is not behind the chair creating stunning crowns you can find her hitting the gym or losing herself in books. When it comes to guilty pleasures, nothing beats the allure of Subway's chocolate chip cookies or her grandmother's treats, perfectly paired with her undying love for coffee.
Q & A With Jaime
Get to know Jaime as she shares her journey of becoming a licensed hairstylist, her rise on social media, and her tips for success.
Fun Facts About Jaime
Q: What is your full name? Age? Reside in?
A: Jaime Madison Hoschar 24 Years old, My Fiance and I are in middle of building a Barndominium.
Q: When and where were you born? Where have you lived?
A: 1999 March 22, East Liverpool. Hammondsville, Salineville, Ohio.
Q: What is your zodiac sign?
Q: What is your name and nickname?
A: My hair name is Jaime’s Beauty bar, My parents and childhood friends call me Madie, and my in laws call me James.
Q: What did you want to be when you grew up?
A: Nurse, mostly with children I had a full plan to get my Nurse Practitioners. After working in the medical field for three years as a STNA and Phlebotomist. I knew my heart just wasn’t into it like it is with hair.
Q: What is an interesting/fun fact about you?
A: I'm very introverted until you get to know me, I have severe anxiety, I have a good amount of knowledge when it comes to vehicles, and I love coffee. I’m a dog mom.
Q: What is your favorite activity or hobby?
A: I love when I get the chance to go to the gym. Spending time with my fur babies. I feel like I love my career so much sometimes it does feel like a hobby even though I know for a fact it isn’t. But reading books I can read a whole book in a day and I won’t even notice time going by.
Q: Favorite candy, treat, or guilty pleasure?
A: Subway’s Chocolate Chip Cookies or my Grandmother’s, and coffee.
Q: What is your favorite self care routine?
A: My face routine, to me it's my most calming part of the day where I can sit down enjoy a hot tea and just unwind.
- My hair wash days with Pallure SOS Shampoo and Conditioner
Time At Cosmetology School
Q: What year did you start Cosmetology School?
A: The First school I went to was Nov 2018, that school actually shut down due to many reasons in Spring 2019 and I transferred schools Summer of 2019.
Q: What was your biggest obstacle and how did you overcome it?
A: I would definitely say, one big one was the first school shutting down, the second would be just cosmetology school itself plus working full time got really draining. But I pushed and graduated ahead of schedule.
Q: What advice do you have for current cosmetologist students?
A: Cosmetology school is very important and I think finding the right school is a big thing! The different schools do matter. Yes it's tough but honestly the road on the other side is worth pushing to get too.
Q: Have you continued your education and if yes why do you think it is important?
A: Yes! I have done Hair Shows, Blonding Chronicles by Carly Zanoni and a lot of Hair Extension classes. I feel you NEED those things, if you want to do hair extensions take the courses, don’t skip them and blonding chronicles is worth it! I was a member of her educational program for three years. I learned SO much. That I didn’t learn from people around me.
Social Media Journey
Q: How important of a role has social media played in your professional career?
A: I feel like it has played a HUGE role. I got my Licenses in the middle of a pandemic and Social Media was my platform, my only way to gain clients to be seen or heard.
Q: Which platform has been most impactful to you?
A: First? Instagram! I was so consistent with Instagram but that was before TikTok was okay for Hairdressers. Recently I have found myself leaning more on to TikTok.
Q: What advice do you have for someone starting out as a stylist and trying to get their name out on Social Media?
A: JUST DO IT. Make the videos, who cares who's watching, because the only person who truly cares is yourself. Make it fun, show the real you on social media. Clients see that, and they click to that and that is the type of Hair Dresser that they want.
Life As A Hairstylist
Q: What's your specialty service you offer? Blonding? Color? Color Correction?
A: I’m a Color and Hair Extension Specialist. I do blondings, color corrections, keratin hair extensions, wefts, i-tip, and tape.
Q: What salon do you work in?
A: Twisted Color Hair Studio, It’s a booth rental salon, and she lets us have our own business inside her business.
Q: What do you find most rewarding about being a stylist?
A: Seeing my clients face when you hit their hair goals. EX. giving them hair that's long and thick, something they only have been dreaming about.
Being my own boss.
Q: What do you enjoy most about working in your salon?
A: The environment.
Q: What advice do you have for your fellow stylist, followers, and people you inspire?
A: This career is the most rewarding career, you are in charge of how you have this journey go. You can't please everyone. Sometimes they aren’t just for you and that's okay.
Q: Is there anything you would like to share?
A: Stick to your business hours, get a separate business number and turn it off after hours. You’ll thank me I promise.
Q: Who inspires you?
A: My coworker Leslie, My best friend Jill and my Fiance.
Q: Who is someone you admire, and why?
A: Blake Lively and Selena Gomez, they are just both really strong women, hard working, and just two people I have always looked at in awe.
Q: What is a cause you are passionate about?
A: ASL ( American Sign Language) I have always felt very strongly on how ASL should be taught in schools, as children. Because D/HH could happen to anyone at any age.
Q: What inspired you to become a hairstylist?
A: My Fiance, he knew my interest in the beauty community and he knew nursing wasn’t what made me happy. So one day on our lunch date he took me to the beauty school. Next thing I knew I was signing up for classes for that next month.
A Positive Impact
Q: What mark or impact do you want to make in this industry?
A: For my clients, a positive salon environment is a safe space, known for giving hair goals. Fixing any hair issues they could be having.
Q: What do you love most about this industry?
A: How creative you can be. You can be anyone you want. The person that you are behind that chair reflects the type of clients you will bring to sit in your chair. You can love fun colors, or naturals. Your salon could be modern or movie themed. The hair industry is an art, and you can be so creative with it.
Q: What legacy do you want to leave behind?
A: That I could do hair extensions and be successful in a small town.
Q: Short term goal you would like to achieve?
A: Getting more people in my chair for hair extensions and offering solutions to their hair problems. Also working on social media more, like I used to.
Q: Long term goal. Where do you see yourself in 3-5 years?
A: Maybe having my own salon spot? Work with brands/companies, like Pallure that I do use on a daily basis at the shop that I would actually introduce to my clients.
Words Of Advice
Q: What is one thing that you like to share with your followers? One is one piece of advice you can share that will help them grow personally and professionally?
A: Be true to yourself, if you feel like you are in an uncomfortable position in life or your career. Then sit down, have a talk with a loved one, get yourself in a comfortable position. This can be about a client, job, salon environment, anything! Because your gut isn’t wrong.
See some of Jaime's amazing hair works!
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