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Buddy Sharp
Sep 02, 2022
In General Discussion
I asked Preston, my son the stylist, had he ever heard these statements from his clients before? So, I made the two different statements and waited for his response. “I can’t believe you charged me this much for a color? When did you raise your prices”? Or “The flower arrangement at the front desk gives such a nice touch to the salon, thanks for my new hair color”. He told me he had never heard the first statement but the second one yes, and others like it many times before. The reason for asking him this was to point out that there are ways to add value to your service’s without necessarily raising the service price. Fair Market Value of a service price is what I believe to be charged for a service. Having said that, I also believe adding higher values to the service experience is a huge factor in who the service client chooses! More Info : business development coaching for hair artists
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Buddy Sharp
Sep 02, 2022
In General Discussion
Do you ever just want to roll out of bed and have your hair look stunning? Well, better sleep standing up! Most people have one or more of the same hairstyles destroying issues. Your client left the salon looking great, every hair in place, full of flowing volume and got to her next destination, something was happening to the movement and volume, not much movement and the volume was starting to dwindle. You guessed it, *GRAVITY? What is the atmospheric crap that turns luscious waves and soft controllable curls into a frizzed-up mess?You know this one, *Humidity? We can list off a dozen reasons why hairstyles tend to not last long after they are meticulously coiffed. The number one answer is “God has a sense of humor”. More Info : How To Manage A Hair Salon Business
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