Did you know that in 2017, the average wedding party spent $966 on hair and makeup services? If you did one wedding per week, that would make for an annual income of over $50,000! Want a piece of that pie?
Thinking of growing your bridal business? With the average American wedding tallying up at over $26,000 you can be sure stylists of all stripes are vying for a bigger piece of the wedding cake. We caught up with wedding biz insiders to talk all things bridal and how networking can grow your business!
The beauty industry, as you know, is very personal and relationship-based. As hairstylists, we often share important moments in our clients’ lives, like a child’s first haircut, prom and—of course—weddings. For those of you who are brave enough to dive into the wedding business, it is important to understand that your role is now that of a vendor who is supplying a service.
Weddings can be big business. After all, it is the one day that brides may be willing to spend and do anything to look and feel their best. From crash diets, to hair and eye lash extensions, from spray tans to unique accessories. This is the day, and many salons are competing for this lucrative business. The wedding begins with the bride to be. Every detail, every decision, every expense is made to enhance and bring her vision to life. Promote and