Four quick reads packed with powerful knowledge for salon owners and managers. SALON TODAY-recommended articles tackle recruitment strategies, profile an owner's growth journey, detail the revenue opportunity in hair extensions, and share growth tips from award-winning salons.
Voluminous. Texturized. Thick. These are words guests facing hair loss or thinning likely thought they would never use to describe their hair again. And applying extensions is just part of the program.
Nikki Lee and Riawna Capri built their extension business before the category became as prevalant and widely accepted, and they credit it as what allowed them to open their salon, Nine Zero One in West Hollywood, California.
Your client has made it past the consultation and is ready for an extension service! But with so many extension options on the market, how do you choose which is right for your clientele, salon and needs?
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.
The Pro 2 Pro event hosted at the Bellami Beauty Bar was an opportunity for stylists to view demos from leading stylists while also getting a sneak peek at Bellami Professional's new certification program.
Reflecting the discretion and exclusivity of its name, The Private Room’s client-centered atmosphere includes a private back entrance and Signature Service Menu designed to help each client achieve his or her personal style.
Extension services are fueled by fashion (trends in color and length) and function (hair loss, thinning, a desire for volume). If you are looking to grow your extension business, it’s essential to focus on both catalysts.