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5 Money-Making Express Services Every Stylist Should Offer

If there’s anything we’ve learned this past year, it’s that in order to survive and thrive we must adapt the way we do business at the chair.

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Microblading for the Sculpted Brow

Microblading will continue to have mainstream appeal, and as the industry advances and new pigment procedures like ombre powder brow are introduced, microblading will provide the backbone to these procedures. If you're interested in adding this service to your skill set, read on.

Meet Flaunt Paul Mitchell Hair Extensions: Technology, Quality and Innovation

Introducing Flaunt Paul Mitchell: A collection of tape-in hair extensions that offer seamless blending, endless color combinations, exceptional adhesive and superior quality hair.

Nail Technicians Make Great Brow Artists

They have the attention to detail, their clients already trust them, and adding brows to the nail service ticket can sometimes double it.

How To Earn More Money in Less Time by Incorporating Hair Extensions into Any Service

Ask any hairstylist if they are interested in making more money—while also giving clients the healthy hair of their dreams—and you’d have a resounding “yes.” But ask if they have an existing hair extension clientele and, unfortunately, you’d have more pros saying “no”.

The Miracle Worker: How One Salon Owner Built a Hair Extension Empire

In the posh River North neighborhood of Chicago, salon owner Ursula Sienko sat down with MODERN SALON to showcase her unique approach to her thriving extension business.

Weft-Brained: Here’s What You Need to Know About Hand-Tied and Machine Weft Hair Extensions

Everything you need to know about both hand-tied extensions and machine weft extensions--and what kind of client should have tape-ins or sew-ins.

4 Reasons Lashes and Brows Continue to Trend Up

“It’s only going to get more popular.” Here's why consumers can’t get enough of lash and brow services.

Eyebrow Lamination: The 2020 Alternative to Microblading

Brow Lamination originated in Russia and launched to an American market last year.