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For solo artists like Jessica Lea Marine, partnerships with product, supply and software vendors...

You’re A Solo Artist But You Never Have To Be Alone

by Staff

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!

Karen Gordon onstage alongside Sheila Wilson and Amy Gibson on a panel moderated by Salon...

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7 Reasons to Make Hair Loss a Focus of Your Business

by Jamie Newman

During the fourth annual HAIR+ Summit, stylists, extension and hair piece experts, trichologists, salon owners and physicians shared their wisdom for helping clients with thinning hair and hair loss. Karen Gordon, owner of J. Gordon Designs, shared why she pursued thinning hair and hair loss specialties.

The team at Rootz Salon—Jen LeBlanc, Sheila Barco and Jen Tryon—says e-commerce sales have...

Yes You *Can* Compete With Amazon

by Staff

A salon team in Ohio says e-commerce sales have pumped up retail sales, increased website traffic and cemented client loyalty and trust. Learn how they did it!

WEBINAR - How to Run a Profitable & Sustainable Hair Color Business

WEBINAR - How to Run a Profitable & Sustainable Hair Color Business

by Staff

On November 4th at 11:00 AM PT/2:00 PM ET, Salon Today Editor in Chief Stacey Soble will lead a discussion between two industry experts exploring how salon professionals can run a more efficient salon by cutting back on waste, pricing services appropriately, keeping it simple, and making it easy for teams to charge fairly so that businesses turn a consistent and reliable profit.

"I want everyone to be themselves and be proud of that. I don't want to force anyone into a...

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How to Make Your Salon a Judgement-Free Zone

by Anne Moratto

By opening their hearts and minds, owners are creating cultures that embrace diversity. They're creating safe spaces that welcome transgender clients, building private rooms that protect a religious client's need for modesty, and hiring team members that can speak the languages reflected in their clientele. In turn, they're discovering their judgement-free attitude is a solid business strategy.

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