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3 Reasons Why Having the Biggest Book Won’t Make You Richer

When it comes to your client base, less can definitely be more. Building a busy book is critical to long-term success and stability in the beauty business; but stuffing your books full of quick and low quality appointments is doing a disservice to you, your salon and your client.

According to MiladyPro, the key is to have a consistent book each and every day you work with room for you to take on new clients. Here are three reasons you don't need to have the biggest book in the salon. 

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OPI and Bellacures Honor Tippi Hedren for Transforming the Nail Industry

Luxe nail salon Bellacures, along with OPI, hosted a cocktail event on October 8th, 2015 at Bellacures Brentwood to honor and award Hollywood actress and activist Tippi Hedren for her work in aiding Vietnamese refugees and transforming the nail industry.  Bellacures Nail Salon Franchise Founder, Samira Far, Bellacures Brentwood owner Gerard Quiroga and OPI Founder and Creative Director

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WATCH LIVE: Join Club Intrigue Presenting George Alderete, Douglas McCoy and Mike Karg

Today, Oct. 12,  Club Intrigue, an educational event with stylists educating stylists, will present George Alderete, Keune Academy Trainer, Douglas McCoy, owner of House of POp salon and Mike Karg, dry-cutting stylist and shear master, sharing their different approaches and techniques to the craft of styling, building your brand and blade cutting.

Salon Business News

MINDBODY Launches Online Educational Program MBU On Demand

MINDBODY has launched MBU On Demand, an online educational program that was developed based on the success that their clients have experienced after attending MINDBODY University events over the last nine years. By offering MBU On Demand, business owners can now access this education for an affordable monthly fee, selecting topics that fit their current needs and learning on the go at their own pace.

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Oribe Hair Care Appoints James Pecis as Visiting Creative Director

Oribe Hair Care is excited to announce hair stylist James Pecis as its new visiting creative director. As one of today’s emerging voices in the world of editorial and runway hair, James will bring his vast expertise to the brand and will help collaborate on new products, education events and training, editorial shoots and fashion weeks around the world.

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