I think there’s confusion as to what constitutes a salon re-booking which could, in turn, create undue pressure on yourself (as a salon owner) and the therapists who work for you.
Browsing: For Therapists
We recently had a speaker in for the girls who told them – sometimes quite bluntly – about what it takes to be successful. Here are my two key learnings.
Not sure about you, but we are struggling to recruit good beauty therapists at the…
As a beauty therapist, the last thing you want is to be standing around all day; or, on a zero-hour contract where your employer simply sends you home.
Let’s be honest – being a beauty therapist will never be the highest paying job out there. But, you can improve the amount you earn, if you change the way you look at yourself and what you are worth.
Are you a beauty therapist looking for inspiration for customer service? Read this little story that happened to me in my local hair salon.
A free 22 page e-book where I share some ideas to help you improve your salon re-bookings. Increase your utilisation, and your commission.
Your skin, your eyebrows, your make-up, your dress – your clients will be much more likely to buy into you as a beauty therapist if you look the part.
As a salon owner I want a good mix of therapists but if I was offered a choice, I’d want exceptional people. More than that, people who really want it.