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How Floyd's 99 Barbershop is Prepping for Growth in the Year Ahead

Beauty industry heavyweight Phil Horvath joins the well-known haircutting chain as president, and discusses the history of the chain, how it fared through the pandemic and what he's focusing on to prepare the company for growth in an exclusive video interview with SALON TODAY.

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2021 NAHA Finalists: Inspiring Salon of the Year

The best salons build a feeling of winning together when times are good—and sticking together when times are tough. 

Sustainability in the Salon: More Important Than Ever

The demand for beauty products that are clean, ethically sourced and sustainable has not slowed during our current COVID-19 global crisis. If anything, the need to operate a sustainable business translates into being a more resilient business.  

Salon Features Designed with the Stylist In Mind

"Good stylists want to work at relevant high-end salons….and good customers flock to where the good talent is." Here's how this salon is staying relevant and showing area salons how to do the same.

Salon Friendships: Remembering My Friend, Bill Doran

"Those special co-workers who ride the ups and downs of career and life with us are priceless."

Kid Stuff: Pigtails & Crewcuts Kids Salons Expanding

The national children’s hair salon franchise, with 64 locations in 22 states, has announced plans to continue to expand its national footprint.

PHOTO COLLECTION: Retro Vibrance from Boss Hair Group

Look for layered mullet shags, bowl-cut Caesar bangs, replicated perm sets and chunky paneled highlights in this colorful collection.

Here's Why You Should Get Your Team Together and Shoot

“Every day we listen to what our clients want, whereas with the photo shoots, we're able to unleash our creativity no holds barred.”

She Is Not Your Rehab: Barbershop Movement Inspires Men to Heal Their Pain and Not Ask Women to Fix It

"If men take responsibility for their own healing that will heal the whole family."

How to Make Your Salon a Judgement-Free Zone

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.