Following a move by the Ohio governor to close bars and restaurants to dining-in guests, Debra and Chuck Penzone make the bold move to voluntarily close their beauty and wellness businesses due to Coronavirus concerns, despite the fact not a single client or guest has reported exposure to the virus.
Take what works and leave the rest. During a time of so much uncertainty, we want to offer you some shortcuts to communication and examples of how salons are talking about the steps they are taking to keep their space a clean, welcoming one.
As the world descends into madness over the Coronavirus, three salons--Eva Scrivo Salon, Ginger Bay Salon and Spa and Whip Salons--share communications they're sending employees and staff, including an economic preparedness plan.
Hair dryers are standard equipment that lets you finish your clients looks. Here’s how salon owner Pekela Riley discovered a way to reduce service time and elevate client satisfaction with a dryer that delivers results, has a sleek polished look and offers the health benefit of being light weight.
One salon in the United Kingdom and another in the United States tap into their resources to help bring mental health support to their employees. Discover how they set this support up and what a difference it is making to the team's well-being and the salon's bottom line.
John Ellis joins Soothe from Beachbody, where he was previously Group Vice President of Content and Commerce, overseeing product management, growth marketing, and e-commerce operations for their digital subscription offering.