10 Habits of a Young Stylist is a creative workshop for new beauty graduates or young stylists looking to expand their career in their own terms and is being offered at the International Salon and Spa Expo (ISSE) in Long Beach, CA, this weekend.
Electric Sessions brings a trio of British hairdressing greats to San Diego for a pop-up educational event in late January.
Every town has that one shop or salon that never has hiring challenges. This does not happen by accident.
Salon Today is always on the lookout for savvy business advice, and we recently found great reads on these topics on Aveda Means Business. Get more info about Aveda’s new Full Spectrum Demi+ Line; Learn how one master colorist produces $500,000 in retail and service revenue each year. Boost your bottom line; hear what you can expect at Serious Business 2018; and see what one salon does to show client appreciation.
"There is so much to know about this business and most of it can all be sorted out by knowing exactly how to talk to their client and to be able to acknowledge their own worth as a hairdresser."
Author E.M. Kelly once said, “A boss says, ‘Go!’ A leader says, ‘Let’s go!'” And it’s true. There is so much more to being a leader than just being in charge. Great leaders are necessary for the growth and longevity of an organization.
A team of hairdressers and beauty therapists in Chichester, England are lending their support to a project to help the homeless in their area. The staff of Q Hair and Beauty take turns going out onto the streets in the evening to distribute food, water and toiletries to those in need.
MODERN asked Robert Lobetta to talk about his method for mentorship and how to encourage growth and increase confidence in hairdressers.
A company’s culture is deep-rooted values, and actions. It should embody all that you do. From your services to the way you treat clients, to your internal team dynamic, to the way you interact with your community – business culture is the foundation of a successful business.