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October 2013

17 Salon Industry Leaders on What It Takes to Succeed

Years from now, history books will highlight our slice of the timeline as one of this country’s most profound social transformations—as more and more women rise to executive positions within our corporations or forge their own businesses, the fabric of American business is shifting. This month, SALON TODAY puts the spotlight on 17 enterprising women who exemplify that new mentality. Find out how they made it to the top, are shaping the industry and are paving the way for future generations of women.

In This Issue

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6 Ways to Infuse Pink Into Your Business

Stacey Soble | October 3, 2013

October is breast cancer awareness month and there are a variety of ways that a salon or spa can help patients, honor survivors and raise money and awareness. Here are six ideas!

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2013 Enterprising Women: Lina Heath

Stacey Soble | October 3, 2013

As Eveline Charles' niece, Lina Heath is being groomed as her successor, but it's not a role that's being handed to her--she's been earning it over the past 18 years by managing and leading nearly every department of the company.

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2013 Enterprising Women: Allyson King

Stacey Soble | September 20, 2013

Allyson King took the helm of Dessange International earlier this year, after holding high-level positions at Color Works, Hair Cuttery, Ulta and Clarins USA.

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2013 Enterprising Women: Sophia Navarro

Stacey Soble | September 18, 2013

When eyelash extension training first became available in the U.S., Sophia Navarro was one of the first professionals to realize the innovation would have a major impact on the future of beauty--now she's one of this industry segment's leaders.

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Measured, Then Managed

Stacey Soble | October 3, 2013

Participants in the 2 to 10 Project talk about how the study's results are helping them manage their salon businesses.

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SALON TODAY's Enterprising Women of 2013

Stacey Soble | October 3, 2013

SALON TODAY puts the spotlight on 17 leaders and entrepreneurs—women who exemplify the new corporate mentality that’s shaping the future of American business.