Tonya Jones expands her salon brand through involvement in community boards and by educating her stylists on the importance of local networking.
Above the newest Paris Parker location in New Orleans, Neill Corporation creates Studio 633, a communal creative space that can be used for photo shoots, education session, small events and business meetings.
Power outages, team members in labor and unwelcome critters--owners share their most unusual experiences in the salon and how their teams dealt with the challenges.
After years of visiting area cosmetology schools, the leadership at Cutting Loose Salon hosts a recruitment-oriented social hour designed to give students a chance to soak in their salon's culture and envision their future.
With CBD's surge in popularity due to its calming, anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits, Ruby Room in Chicago sees success with its CBD massage treatment and retail offerings.
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.
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.
From consolidating your data to delegating to your team, Salon Iris' Jeff Dickerson outlines five strategies for making your life as a salon owner easier.
Many times hair extensions are not a good idea for clients facing hair loss. Clients with extremely fine, thinning hair may not be suitable for extensions, as any type of extension may cause slight stress to the cuticle and scalp.