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“There Is A Process In Everything.”

Mastering the Process of a Great Haircut This is a guest blog by DaShay Johnson (@dashay_art) Is there such a thing as a bad haircut? Most people who create bad haircuts, really do not take the time to finish it. Being in the hair industry for the last 20 years. I have learned so many different […]

Britt Seva Instagram Tips for Hairstylists

Social Media Tips from Britt Seva: How to Use Instagram Insta-Stories for Building Clientele

In March 2016, Instagram created an algorithm that totally changed the way our Instagram feed looked and what showed up. Then they gave us another curveball in August 2016 with Instagram Stories and this new video platform is the opportunity to explode your business. Britt Seva, social media and marketing strategist for hairstylists, offers these […]

Better Manage your Hairstyling Business with These 3 Important Habits

Better Manage your Hairstyling Business with These 3 Important Habits

Running a hairstyling business takes a lot more than keeping up with the latest trends in your industry. Sure, you want to know which celebrity hairstyles are trending. But you need a routine that consists of daily, weekly and monthly habits. Keep up with them and you’ll grow your business. 1. Post on social media […]

The Hairstylist’s Top Tips for Getting Organized and Staying Organized

The Hairstylist’s Top Tips for Keeping it all in Balance — Work, Life, Health

Anyone who decides to go down the road to entrepreneurship can expect to find it challenging to keep a work/life balance. You know what we mean? Trying to carve out time in your personal life to manage stress can be challenging when you’re trying to launch a successful business. Most entrepreneurs work an average of […]

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Tips for Making Your Hairstyling Business the Star of the Show

Have you considered adding video to your marketing strategy as a hairstylist? If not, why not? If you have a smartphone, you could be adding video as one of the many ways you can promote your skills. Video is the next biggest thing in marketing and it’s not going to change any time soon. According […]

Hairstylists, Don’t Make These 3 Social Media Mistakes

Hairstylists, Don’t Make These 3 Social Media Mistakes

Of course, you should be marketing your hairstylist business online. If you’re smart, like we know you are, you’re already using Instagram, Facebook and other social media platforms to show off your great skills. However, it’s important to know what to share and what not to share — especially when it comes to publishing it […]

Pro Tips for a Magnetic, Low-Stress Hairstyling Business

34 Pro Tips for a Magnetic, Low-Stress Hairstyling Business

Picture, for a moment, one independent hairstylist you’d like to emulate: someone who’s earned the respect of their peers, an army of loyal customers, and a fat bank account—all while staying true to themselves and refusing to sacrifice family time, peace of mind, or self-care. Someone who makes you think, “I’d be happy with half […]

Tips on Product Control for the Independent Stylist

Tips on Product Control for the Independent Stylist

Working as a hair stylist has its perks. Working in the salon industry and interacting with an interesting mix of people are among them. But free product samples also lands solidly at the top of list. Perhaps moreso than your favorite pair of shears, shampoos, styling gels, frizz tamers, conditioners and other products are the […]

7 Ways to use Technology to Tame Your Hair Salon Business

Hairstylist Tips for Touching Up Time Management Skills

Okay, you’ve got your booth rental hair stylist business up and running. You’ve got the training, tools, clients, products, and many other resources for success. As a business owner, it’s important to continue looking for ways to improve. One concept that is often overlooked as an opportunity for improvement is time management. To raise your […]

How to Ramp Up Your Hairstyling Business into a Six-Figure Salary

How to Ramp Up Your Hairstyling Business into a Six-Figure Salary

As a hairstylist, you can count on making about $30,000 to $80,000 a year. Of course, that’s going to depend on a few things, like: where you live, your expertise, your years in the business, and how many hours you’re willing to work every day. But… what if you could be making more doing what you love? […]

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