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Alter Your Perspective

MY HUSBAND JON IS something of a tech gadget nut. He’s a little famous at my daughter’s high school for being the dad who flew the drone with the camera over the crowd at the school’s 24-Hour Relay last year and gave everyone a sky-cam view

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Shocked Silent

ONE THING I’VE LEARNED in covering this industry the past 17 years is you all love to share. I never have a problem calling an owner and soliciting a quote.

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We divided the 1,440 Best Practice entries among the editors of SALON TODAY and MODERN SALON (Alison Shipley, Laurel Nelson, Rosanne Ullman, Melissa Hill, Debbie Ogilvie, Jan Hillenmeyer and myself) and asked them to judge each application within its category and provide a ranking from the strongest salon on down.

Drumroll, please...

We divided the 1,440 Best Practice entries among the editors of SALON TODAY and MODERN SALON (Alison Shipley, Laurel Nelson, Rosanne Ullman, Melissa Hill, Debbie Ogilvie, Jan Hillenmeyer and myself) and asked them to judge each application within its category and provide a ranking from the strongest salon on down.

Setting the Standard

This summer, I had the privilege of attending the first Global Salon Business Forum and Awards in London. Founded by industry leader Paula Kent Meehan, the awards honored salon owners from around the world for their entrepreneurship and business accomplishments. In addition to recognition, the program also offered winners an opportunity to network and learn from each other.

Setting the Standard

This summer, I had the privilege of attending the first Global Salon Business Forum and Awards in London. Founded by industry leader Paula Kent Meehan, the awards honored salon owners from around the world for their entrepreneurship and business accomplishments. In addition to recognition, the program also offered winners an opportunity to network and learn from each other.

AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION

A walkout is one of a salon owner’s worst nightmares. It causes the loss of valuable employees, financial ramifications, and often, a reduction in clientele.

AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION

A walkout is one of a salon owner’s worst nightmares. It causes the loss of valuable employees, financial ramifications, and often, a reduction in clientele.