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.
Aaron Alt has been appointed as President of Sally Beauty Supply LLC, in addition to his current finance and supply chain responsibilities at Sally Beauty Holdings. Sally Beauty Segment quarterly same store sales improve to flat for first time in seven quarters.
Sport Clips Haircuts’ stylists around the country will help kick off the annual “Help A Hero” scholarship campaign today as part of the company's mission to help service members and veterans take the next step toward civilian careers through education.
Coty today announced the appointment of Sennen Pamich as senior vice president of the company’s Professional Beauty Division in North America. Sennen will join the company at the end of October and report to Sylvie Moreau, president of Coty Professional Beauty.
Are your guests excited to spread the great news about your salon to everyone they know? When they do, are they being thanked? If your goal is to begin a program that is easy to manage, you’re in luck! In this article Salon Today Blogger Kati Whitledge shares how her staff at Be Inspired Salon captures guest referrals, how they thank them, and how they gift them for their advocacy.
After an aging steam pipe exploded and showered asbestos in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, businesses like Butterfly Studio in NYC, were not allowed to return due to the dangerous hazardous material. Learn what to do if a similar crisis hits your salon.
Keranique has partnered with national nonprofit organization HairToStay as part of its mission to restore the confidence in women who experience hair loss. During October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Keranique will kick off a fundraiser that donates profits directly to HairToStay.
Illnesses like arthritis, lupus and Crohn's aren't always apparent to others, but can be crippling just the same. Butterfly Circus educator Ash Fortis raises awareness for Invisible Disabilities Week by sharing her struggle with Crohn's during an Instagram takeover for Ecoheads.
Hair colorist Lisa Walker, @lisalovesbalayage, draws an audience with her outgoing personality and mad color skills--her Instagram name says it all. The artist is also traveling the country with her Balayage Bootcamp and teaching other artists her techniques and tips. Here, Walker shares five tips for a successful consultation.
the Goldwell/KMS/Oribe annual event just wrapped up in Toronto, Canada. The annual event celebrates the Color Zoom Challenge Competition and the launches and exciting new techniques introduced by the brands under the Kao umbrella.