This month, Salon Today is highlighting four stories on how salons have evolved and improved since the 2020 shut down in all areas, including their service menus.
Owners have abandoned outdated “women’s” and “men’s” cuts for more inclusive language that puts the spotlight on the haircut—not the gender of the client. The result? Happy clients, happy stylists and a thriving salon environment.
Get inspired by these stories of change and progress in a chaotic world.
HOW TO DEGENDER YOUR SALON MENU
In recent years, salon menus have become outdated. Some men wear their hair long, some women love a buzz cut and some clients aren’t comfortable identifying as either gender. Proactive salon owners have recognized an evolving world and revamped their menus to make choosing a cut and pricing it simple for the client and stylist.
WHY YOUR TEAM NEEDS FINANCIAL LITERACY
Help your stylists conquer their fear of finances with the Money Pro by Qnity financial literacy program. It takes stylists through everything from reading and understanding their paychecks to achieving personal financial goals.
EMERGING FROM THE PANDEMIC STRONGER THAN EVER
Owners share their strategies for creating new revenue, revising old systems and changing stylists’ schedules for a happier culture and more profitable business.
A NEW WAY TO PAY
The result of the pandemic for some owners was a staff shortage. And attracting new team members meant implementing radical changes—including how they pay their staff. Learn how a few salons successfully implemented new pay structures that made their current teams happy and attracted new stylists.
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