Hair color always makes a statement, as salon professionals know. According to the creative leaders at KEVIN.MURPHY, today's trending color message is more of an exhale than a shout. They point to contemporary neutrals inspired by "feeling confident in your own skin" and are helping salons bring the trend to life with COLOR.ME NUDES.
The wedding industry was one of the hardest hit by the pandemic, but there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. Bridal hairstylist, Nikia Chanel reveals her road map for beauty and business success in 2021.
A Chicago salon owner gives a glimpse into how she prices her hair extension services and shares a true look at the revenue opportunities based on her team’s hourly rates and the three Hotheads hair extension methods: tape-in, sew-in weft, and Keraflex™ strand-by-strand.
For the 40% of clients who desire texture in their hair, Goldwave's NuWave is an in-salon, semi-permanent, shape-changing service that leaves hair feeling as good as it looks--the perfect new service to boost revenue.
A new in-and-out service allows clients to get professional color results while limiting their time in the salon, while it helps the salon and team see more clients in their daily schedules which currently are limited by capacity and social distancing requirements.
Over 500 years ago village healers from Latin America found the secret to healing illness spiritually. Now the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa pays tribute to these healers by incorporating one of their rituals into its services, and they offer directions so you can do it too.
Even as we say goodbye to this crazy year, there are emerging questions about 2021. How long should we keep anticipating this change in service? Harry D. Wood, IV, Founder of Six Figure Hairdresser, offers his take on the new normal.
As salons around the country are opening, they're all taking a critical look at their policies and procedures as it relates to new hygiene guidelines. Disposable towels not only save time on laundry, they offer a reassurance to team members and clients who worry about sanitation.
During the great shutdown created by coronavirus, stylists have spent time guessing at what a return to work will look like because, at this point, no one can know with any certainty. Here are possible scenarios from industry experts.
Using sensors to measure a client's personal hydration, moisture and pH levels, Face Haus estheticians perform customized facials, while sending data to product manufacturer Atolla, which delivers a personalized serum to the client's front door.