It’s a common situation in many salons. One or two top earners begin to chafe under the existing system. They feel they’re carrying the rest of the team. They resent being told what to do. So they leave. And when they do, everybody loses. Jen Planck is an educator, stylist and Salon Centric Ambassador. Jen, her business partner Lacey Griffiths, and their previous employer Sandra Dunn have devised an unconventional solution to walkouts—one that empowered two high-achieving stylists to continue to excel and allowed their salon owner to maintain a positive team culture and even create a new form of regular income. Here’s what happened.
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.
Get the overview of the most recent “Elevated Education” workshop held at SalonCentric in St. Petersburg, Florida: "Balayage and Social Media Bootcamp."
Sophia Avera (@ssophiacolor) of Muse Salon and Spa, Atlanta, Georgia, is a color expert, and top national balayage educator for L’Oréal Professionnel. One of the key questions she gets at her seminars is “how do you create a root smudge without losing the highlights?” Here Avera shares her top ten tips on perfecting the color design.
From July 1 through August 31, 2017, Pravana is donating five percent of its best-selling Intense Therapy Leave-In Treatment to support the Beauty Changes Lives Foundation.
Sola Salon Studios is gearing up for their first 2019 Sola Sessions education and inspirational event.
Rebecca Taylor, Rob Ferrel, Philip Wolff and Min Kim will be together onstage at America’s Beauty Show, Sunday, March 31 from 1:30-2:30 p.m.
When you think of a “brand” you probably think of a product company. As a hairstylist or salon owner, you can also be a brand. Learn how branding distinguishes you from everyone else who does what you do.
Where should you devote your social media energy—Facebook or Instagram? The answer is—both!
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.
Would you rather rent a studio suite or rent a spot at an existing salon? Here are some questions to ask yourself to help you in making your choice.