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3 Ways To Price Your Balayage

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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Cashing In: How to Increase Your Prices and Grow Your Business

For many hairdressers, the topic of raising prices and facing clients seems so overwhelming that they let years pass without broaching the subject. Here, Artist Connective member Derek Cash share his tips for managing your service prices.

When Clients Ask for a Discount

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.

When Clients Ask for a Discount

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.

What to Consider When Pricing Extension Services

Pricing your extension services is based on many factors—the type of method you are doing, how much experience you have, your location, and how many other stylists in your area offer that method.

5 Tips for Effective Service Pricing and Price Management

Pricing is one of the most important business decisions you will ever make as a haircutter. Here are five tips for effective pricing and price management.   

Tabatha Coffey Shares Business Tips (Like Raising Prices!!!)

Tabatha Coffey was at Matrix Destination and sat down with MODERN to share her tips on business including raising prices and No-compete contracts.

Gender-Neutral Pricing Is a Game-Changer for Solo Artist Businesses

As a solo artist, keeping a full book is essential to having a financially successful business, but even a full schedule may not be as lucrative as it could be if prices are based on gender and not time spent on the client.

How to Implement Gender-Neutral Pricing in the Salon

Two Chicago salons are gaining recognition for pricing based on hair length rather than gender. The system has proven to be not only socially impactful, but also business savvy.

Lessons from Uber: Demand Based Pricing for Haircutters

Supply and demand, a basic law of economics, dictates pricing in most industries.  We haircutters have a lot to learn.

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