Company welcomes Emilie Poisson to lead L’Oréal Professionnel in the U.S.
The generosity of Matrix co-founders Sydell Miller and the late Arnold Miller is continuing to change the lives of young beauty professionals with the launch of five scholarships funded by the Arnold & Sydell Miller Family Foundation.
The new partnership with Transom Capital Group promises to fuel growth for Seattle-based Gene Juarez Salons and Spas.
During a desert retreat, Millennium offers businesses and beauty professionals the tools they need to thrive.
As they continue to expand globally, Farouk Systems Inc. recently hosted a two-day event for their Latin American partners in Houston, TX.
Attorney Kavin Williams walks owners through the recent legislation allowing California salons to serve complimentary beer and wine, how the bill overcame opposition and what has happened since its implementation.
Ahrens will be overseeing American Crew, CND and Revlon Professional in the U.S. and Canada.
Inspired by the success of its #30Days2Grow challenge, Phorest Salon Software designs a week-long retail competition, invites all salons to enter, and issues daily challenges to the participants. What happens to these salons' retail sales is beyond inspiring.
First came Gene Juarez Salons and Spas, then came V's Barbershop. Now, the third Tour de ISBN takes members behind the scenes at the nation's largest beauty chain--Great Clips.
The Small Business Tax Fairness and Compliance Simplification Act (H.R. 6736) would modernize existing laws to provide relief to small businesses in the hair care and beauty service industry.
Suretint's LaRu helps salon owners beautify their bottom line with an accurate, efficiently managed hair color departments that eliminates waste.
With the support of three generous professional beauty partners—Keune, Minerva and STX—SALON TODAY’s Total Salon Makeover competition helps one salon grow to the next level.
The Geraghty, located on Chicago’s lower west side, will host the 2019 Beauty Changes Lives Experience and Legacy
At-risk youth the first to participate in Wahl Fade It Forward workforce development program inspired by celebrity barber and Joliet native Garland “G-Whiz” Fox.