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Marketing: Creative Menus

Stacey Soble | July 10, 2011 | 1:36 PM

Lure BEAUTY-hungry clients into your salon with creative and tantalizing menus.
Marketing: Creative Menus
Simple and to the point, T. Reid and Company’s menu states the salon name in a playful font along with services and prices. This quick, clutter-free reference tool from the Charlotte, NC salon is held together by a purple pin, making it easy to send home with clients.

Marketing: Creative Menus
Carenza in Brookfield, WI captures clients with modern menu cards in muted, eye-catching, tones. Each service category, from make-up to waxing to nail care, has a card listing treatments along with prices, short descriptions and salon information.

Marketing: Creative Menus
The simplistic text of Jungle Red’s salon brochure contrasts with attention-grabbing pink, metallic silver and eye-popping cherry red backgrounds. Treatments are listed on the sides of the tri-fold, while the San Francisco salon’s philosophy is in the center.

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