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How Understanding Your Color Data Leads To Huge Savings And Profit Gains

May 16, 2019

The more you know, the more you save and the more money you make. That’s true of everything in your business. When you’re informed, you can make informed decisions. Knowing your numbers when it comes to hair color usage is particularly helpful because it’s so easy to over-use product and undercharge for services. Here’s how three salons, with the help of Vish software, http://www.getvish.com/demo/salontoday were able to analyze the data available at their fingertips to determine which services were losing money and which were producing healthy profits.

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How To Charge For Corrective Color

May 13, 2019

Your menu covers the basics—single process, double process, highlights, balayage. But what happens when that inky-haired box color client shows up in shock, begging you to restore her to her natural shade? How much should that cost? There are many ways to charge for corrective color, but a recent poll of ModernSalon.com pros reveals four key approaches.

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3 Ways To Price Your Balayage

March 29, 2019

Most colorists know balayage requires a unique combination of artistry and skill. As demand for balayage continues to surgethere’s the question of what to charge. Most pros approach balayage pricing in one of three ways—as a standalone service, at an hourly rate or as part of a package price.

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When Clients Ask for a Discount

February 1, 2019

Salon Interactive's Jim Bower helps beauty professionals navigate the different types of requests for service discounts, weighing when it's worth investing in a client and when it's not.

Expert Advice Patrick McIvor, salon owner and techni-color director and brand strategist for Arrojo
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Going Up?

Patrick McIvor | March 26, 2015

Business today is tough, as it’s always been. We used to think we were in a recession-proof business, but after the past recession we realized we might be recession-resistant but we are not recession-proof. The reality for us as ...

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