• The Facebook Group Every Stylist and Salon Owner Should Be In

    We have a group dedicated to helping educate stylists and salon owners while giving them the opportunity to network with others in the industry. 
  • Opening a New Salon? Should It Have The Same Name, or a Different One?

    It is always an exciting time when you decide it is time to open another location. Having a second salon can significantly increase your revenue, which is always welcome.

    Now that you have decided to open your new location, you have to ask yourself if you are going to use the same name as your other salon or a brand new name altogether.

  • Three tips for finding a salon manager to help run and grow your business

    Finding a stylist for your salon can be challenging; finding a manager to tun it in your absence is even more difficult. The single biggest struggle salon owners have is finding the A+ staff members for their roles. We will discuss three easy tips to help you find and hire the A+ manager to drive the forward growth of your business while allowing you to be more hands off and have more time with your family.
  • Supporting your stylists careers can drastically grow your business

    All successful salons across the industry, no matter if they are big name franchise salons, small local salons, or national and growing brands, all have one thing in common. The employees LOVE working there. You will not find a profitable salon where the employees are not happy. If you have a high turnover in your stylists, or you're are wanting to increase the value of your business, read o
  • How to pay your stylists commission

    If you own a salon and are considering adding a commission stylists to help your salon grow, you may be trying to figure out how to base the commission structure. It can be confusing to figure out, but, we’re here to help!
  • Choosing between commission or booth rent?

    If you are a new stylist, or even have been in the industry for a while and trying to figure out how to upgrade your career, you may be considering a move from booth rent to commission or vice versa. There is no perfect solution that fits all stylists, so in this article, we’re going to break down the differences so we can help you decide what is best for your career.
  • Should you operate as a Sole Proprietor or an LLC?

    So you have decided to open a salon, that's awesome! Or, maybe you have been in the business for a but and you are wondering how your legal structure should be set up. Well, we're here to help you understand which is best for you.  
  • How to attract the top stylists to your salon

    If you want to attract these top stylists, you have to offer them what others wont, or cant. Here is what these amazing stylists will be looking for, so you can attract them to your business. 
  • Which salon towels are the best?

    Finding the best salon towels can be more difficult than you would expect. There are thousands of different brands, different ways of asking the towels, prices, etc. In our salons, for years we have gone though countless brands of salon towels and wasted who knows how much money buying different types of towels until we found what was perfect for our salons! 
  • Is booth rent right for you?

    Working in a booth rent salon cab be incredibly tempting. Being able to work as you see fit, charge what you want and it comes with all the freedom in the world, right? Maybe not.  
  • Using Snapchat To Market Your Salon For Next To No Money

    Ready to get more social media engagements and likes for a fraction of the normal cost of marketing?

    If you're not familiar with Snapchat it has a ton of filters for taking pictures. It also has a way to create your own for marketing purposes.