So, you work in a cool salon, keep up with trendy styles and dress the part. And, you think this is the big reason clients keep coming back to see you? Maybe for a first visit, but to retain clients, it’s the little things that count.
With no knowledge of how to own or manage a beauty salon, Kimberly Broyles-Meisterhans, a nail tech with a loyal clientele, took over a failing salon with only three employees and one receptionist. Here's her story of success.
Calling all new talent: It’s your time to shine! If you’re a student or earned your license within the past three years, enter MODERN SALON’s new Rising Star contest, presented by Regis.
I urge you to visit a beauty school. It doesn’t matter if you feel you are a good teacher or not. Just show how much you love what you do.
Clean, current styles with a vintage vibe. Better yet, go check out Artist Collective member Emily Buffi's (@buffithehairslayer) page to see it for yourself.
You've probably seen Hai Tran (@hai.stylist)'s viral-on-Instagram post about the color journey from black to blonde, which maps out the time, cost, and sessions it takes to a client to get from a box-dye black to a pale silver. But, the rest of his page is just as well-organized and beautifully organized. Learn more about Tran here.
Stylists who excel in the art of the updo often develop clever little tricks for creating outstanding work. Here are three go-to techniques, created by Sexy Hair artists, used to create the three looks in their latest collections.
Do you, like me, hate excusing yourself when working on a client? The habit we salon professionals have of holding our pee can have grave consequences.
As a stylist for 13 years, Kate Sparks reflects back on the choices she made that led to future success.
Shelley Gregory has been having success with going live on her various platforms, as well as adding video posts to her Instagram page. In this video, Gregory shares her tips on lighting, background, angles, music and more.