Fuel Presents Coloring Pages to Spark Your Inner Artist

As a hairstylist, you have one of the toughest jobs out there. You stand for 8+ hours a day, use tools in a repetitive, fatiguing motion, and always want to be ‘on’ for your clients. So here is your chance to take a much needed – and well-deserved – break!

It’s healthy and important to take time for yourself to relax, especially if you feel drained from a day at the salon. We’re all about keeping hairdressers healthy, and that includes providing ways for you to ‘refuel’ your creative process, which can be a struggle day after day.

Fuel Your Creativity 

Now, now, don’t shake your head at taking some time at the end of your busy day to pull out some colored pencils or markers, like when you were a kid! This is all about you tapping into a creative mindset. There’s no client sitting in your chair requesting a specific look or outcome, so it’s truly all about you fulfilling your own creative spirit and thinking outside the box.

Hairdressing is truly an art form and as an artist you have to practice a lot. Think of this as a different practicing medium. Instead of looking through a magazine to find inspiration, draw from what you want to create. Be an inventor, rather than merely copying.

So it’s time to kick back and relax, put on your favorite song, grab your favorite beverage, and let your creativity run wild. Click to print off one of our coloring book pages, or reach for the stars and do both, just remember to have fun!

About: Founded in 2014, FUEL is a professional beauty brand committed to power the creativity of True Stylists and their clients. Focused, real-world education and an innovative range of salon tools support True Stylists for a successful, sustainable career to meet the demands of their clientele. FUEL wet products are the Power Behind Beautiful Hair. For more information visit http://www.fuelhair.com/fuelforthought 

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