If you hate it when you hit your smart phone with a hammer and the screen cracks, you're in luck. The Pod Drop's tempered glass screen protectors are strong enough to withstand hammer blows, and have won the repair center celebrity fans including Kim Kardashian and Kevin Durant. The father-son duo behind the shop makes screen protectors to fit most devices, including iPads, iPhones, Samsung phones, and the touch screens that have started growing into people's foreheads.
For Salon Dion's stylists, knowledge is power. From following trends around the globe to seeking out new training and techniques, their everlasting quest to expand their skills has resulted in work at New York Fashion Week and the Miss Michigan pageant, as well as various television appearances and photo shoots. But they primarily use their talents on clients seated at the salon’s BlowDry Bar. Here, they check scalp conditions, then address any problems with treatments tailored to each customer. The team's expertise also extends to chic haircuts, current color trends, customized facials, bridal services, and expert waxing designed to provide brows with the exact amount of arch needed to play a supervillain.
These days, electronic gadgets have become extensions of the human body. With such heavy use, accidents are bound to happen—and that's when the technicians at J&J Electronics ER swoop in to save the day. They don't roar onto the scene in an ambulance when a screen cracks, or wheel busted laptops into their shop on stretchers. They do, however, replace the LCD glass on Apple devices and rescue video game consoles from overheating issues. They also recover data on computers and eliminate viruses so owners don't have to spray Amoxicillin into USB ports.
DSS Esthetic Laser School trains students with the laser-technician skills necessary to enter medical spa careers such as aestheticians, cosmetologists, medical assistants, nurses, nurses' assistants, nurse practitioners, and physicians. Their one-day, eight-hour cosmetic laser-tech-certification course includes clinical hands-on training in laser hair removal, photofacials, skin tightening, as well as microdermabrasion and chemical peels, and does not require any prerequisites. With those new skills and certification earned, laser techs can expect to make up to $3,500 a month in their new careers.