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Nourish hair with creme of nature

Web Editor | July 10, 2011 | 3:09 PM
Nourish hair with creme of nature
Where it’s at:

Kiersten and Company Salon and Day Spa in Tallahassee, Florida
Description on menu: Mend damaged ends, reduce breakage, increase hair strength, infuse moisture and protect against thermal and chemical stress.
Application: Cover the client’s hair with a plastic cap, place her under a warm dryer for 15 -20 minutes. This will allow the treatment to deeply penetrate the hair, leaving it silky soft, immensely shiny and manageable for styling.
How much it costs: $15
Salon’s profit on the service: “Deep Conditioning Treatments are highly profitable services!” says owner Kiersten Walden. “As add-on services, they allow the stylist to increase the individual ticket, thus allowing them to reach their daily goal faster.”
How many appointments are made each month: 50-60 each month, per stylist.
How long it takes: 20-30 minutes.
Target market: African-American women and their daughters.
Special marketing tips for the service: “This service is a fabulous alternative to hot oil treatments,” Walden says. “I suggest offering this service to clients with either natural or relaxed hair, and who battle dry, brittle hair.”

Nourish hair with creme of nature
Kiersten Walden

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