When setting up their retail section, many salons choose walls as the go-to solution for product placement. Since salon space is often limited, it makes sense that this would be the most popular way to merchandise. Nevertheless, there are many other options to consider, such as tabletops.
As consumers increasingly turn to Instagram and Pinterest for hair inspo, it's important to keep your social pages fresh and current. But, don't forget about the in-salon experience! How are you inspiring your clients with new looks on a regular basis?
In honor of Earth Day, we wanted to share a few tips that can easily be applied to your salon and make a big impact on the environment. As philosopher Edmund Burke once said, “Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little."
If change was easy, I would wake up an hour earlier every morning and go to the gym. I want to be that person, but alas, like so many others, I am a creature of habit. The problem is—what if you are a creature of BAD habits? For hairstylists, bad habits can sabotage your business and your career.
According to Salary.com, the average US hairstylist’s income within their first 1 to 5 years of work will only increase by 3 percent. And from 10 to 15 years, their income is virtually static! This is both alarming and shocking, because professionals in the beauty industry have more direct control over their annual revenue than many other professions.