Going into business for yourself in a salon suite for the first time is an exciting step in a professional beauty career. It can also be a little scary to think about working alone, without a boss or manager to turn to for help. But guess what? You really aren’t alone!
"I have a sneaky suspicion your attitude to keep going while juggling a career and a home might be the most valuable lesson. By showing your kids that life challenges will happen and can be faced, you provide lifelong encouragement to overcome their own." Hear from some inspiring single mom hairdressers.
In many communities, salons are at the center of connection, communication and coming together after disaster and heartbreak. Salon professionals also hear stories from their clients--who open up and share in the chair--that alert the stylists to situations of violence and abuse. But then what?
This Kansas location (Town Center Plaza, 5065 W. 117th St., Leawood, Kansas) represents the 450th overall Sola location, the 447th in the United States, and is the 7th location owned by the same franchise group.
You worry that raising your prices might cause strain on your clients. They may even leave. But as a businessperson, you really can’t afford not to raise your prices. Here are some smart strategies on how to raise your prices right.