In honor of Women’s History Month, Wella Company has released an insights report on the critical issues impacting women in professional beauty, including the pay gap, leadership and obstacles created by the pandemic.
The survey asked 2,532 salons to share their safety protocols, representing 19,392 licensed beauty professionals and services for over 2 million+ clients since reopening. The bottom line? Salons are safe for beauty professionals and clients.
Vagaro recently conducted a survey on self-care trends and found a third of respondents (34%) cited getting a haircut at a salon/barbershop as a self-care activity, making them the fourth most cited activity on the self-care list.
Hair loss isn’t just a guy problem. Every stylist knows it can affect female clients, too. In women, hair loss manifests as decreased volume in the middle of the scalp, thinning overall or as a widening part. Are you prepared to help?
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.
Sheila Wilson, owner of Master Design and Wellness Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, and ?rst vice president of Intercoiffure America/Canada, has always been intrigued by the science behind hair loss.About ?ve years ago, when she began to see more ...