By Alison Shipley | Updated: 10/18/2010 4:47:24 PM
BUILT IN THE 1920s, the old lighting store in
Indianapolis, Indiana, now houses Emmetts
The Studio, owned by Emmett Cooper and
Naieem Abdool. Throughout the two-levels,
Asian-inspired furnishings meet modern
decor—Tibetan drum tables, brass dragon
chandelier, French chairs covered in brindle
cowhide, pine wood floors, full-length ceiling
mirrors, energy-effi cient LED track lighting
and eco-friendly painted walls.
Walk down the stairs to the lower level
of the studio for a look at the open color bar
with private make-up rooms and treatment
areas. A private, Zen-inspired patio allows
for group events and private parties, or for
clients to relax outside between services.
Here, owners Emmett Cooper and Naieem
Abdool take SALON TODAY on a tour.
By Rosanne Ullman | Updated: 10/15/2010 11:25:50 AM
To achieve profitability on the spa side of
your world, it all comes down to how
productive you can make that treatment
room and its attending professionals.
to get you on the upswing, these spa
leaders share their favorite bottom-linefocused
By Rosanne Ullman | Updated: 09/22/2010 3:21:35 PM
As the nation’s biggest retailers get into the beauty game, you need
to step up your own by learning how your clients shop. Some of the
industry’s top experts in consumer behavior teach you how to design
retail environments that encourage the purchase.
By Web Editor | Updated: 07/30/2010 11:14:41 AM
A NEW PRODUCT LINE, launched by Belvedere USA and Belvedere Co. Canada, brings two, sought-after European product lines to North America. The new line, named Euro Loft, extends the marketplace for the European lines of Kiela and Welonda.
By Greg Scheer | Updated: 07/30/2010 10:42:00 AM
Not only do televisions provide extra entertainment for your guests, they allow you to promote your salon’s services and products. Salon Today asked these salon owners how tv has influenced their businesses.