The Yume Espoir by Takara Belmont

June 1, 2018 | 9:31 AM
The Yume Espoir by Takara Belmont
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SHOPPING TIP: “If you are located in an area that is saturated with competition, consider investing in equipment that lets you provide services that aren’t yet widely available. You’ll offer something new to existing customers while acquiring new guests by staying ahead of service trends.” -Sheila Crowder,  Takara Belmont regional sales representative & designer
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The Yume Espoir by Takara Belmont helps salons expand their services, retain and acquire guests, and increase revenue. With full reclining capability, a motorized base and hammock-like comfort, the Yume Espoir makes extended services a breeze, allowing salons to add new services such as scalp spa treatments and hair glazes. Technicians can stand or sit during services, thanks to one-touch height adjustment.

Check out all of our favorite new products and shopping tips for your salon space in Salon Today’s 2018 Décor Inspiration Guide.

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