As salon owners and beauty professionals, we face numerous challenges. Despite our diverse circumstances, it's in our best interests to inform and support each other.
Are you struggling with marketing? Don’t know what’s working and what’s not? Take some time and dig into your client base. Learn how they found you and expand your base with those techniques.
Where to focus your Energy- does facebook Like count impact you client bookings?
Service policies are rules that you set and boundaries that you define as it applies to the services you provide
Creating a successful retail display is part art and part science. Not a designer or an artist? Few are. The five key elements of retail display will help you succeed like the pros.
As much as I hate to see bad things happen to people in this industry, I also hate seeing them dwell in their own misery.
Team Building! 5 attributes to look for when hiring your staff
Cash based businesses, like salons, are often targeted for random audits. Sometimes it is through absolutely no fault of your own, but sometimes your return flags your business.
Image-based networking is fantastic for the hair and beauty industry as it’s all about how we look, but spas and salons need to get more enthusiastic about photographing everything they do.
I'm here to tell you not to give up. Get your license away from that paper shredder. Make yourself a cup of coffee, sit down in a quiet room, take a deep breath, and read this post.
Mentoring is a time- and money-saving strategy useful for developing employees.
Recent graduates, read up. This is your bible to navigating the salon and spa industry. Great owners are out there, this article exists to help you avoid the bad ones.
For the sake of illustrating the failure that the commission system is, I've been running some projections.
So we are at the end of the second quarter, which also means one half of the year has gone past us. Do you know where your numbers are?
Seriously, you guys come up with some crazy stuff about employment law. Before I get into why the IC status doesn't belong in our business, I'm going to clarify something and point out two of the most commonly held misconceptions I hear about.
I've been getting emails for a while now from salon employees who have been forced by their employers into participating in promotions that net them nothing.
One of the most important concerns in a salon should be that is clean and clutter free.
Making and assumption about a law is no excuse in the eyes of the government. Read on to learn the truth about common misconceptions.
Moving your supplies and equipment to a new location is a whole lot easier than migrating the salon's entire clientele.
Tips to accomplish that and locate sources of additional hidden revenue for you.