The last two seasons brought the famous pixie cut back; Jennifer Lawrence, Shailene Woodley, Jennifer Hudson, Christen Chenoweth, and so many more rocked it. But, as the seasons change, many guests will want to transition into a longer cut, and that means growing out their pixie. The most important thing you can do is advise them on the transition process, and that means making sure they keep coming to the salon.
By Anthony Barnes-SmithHow did a working-class lad from Teesside, once destined to work in the shipyards, become one of the world’s top hairdressers and then go on to establish the award-winning Q Hair and Beauty in Chichester, one of the leading salons on the South Coast?
Like we say at the Harlot, trend-setting is combing upscale with naughty. And with that, it's time to shed your summer beach waves and head towards the lazy fringe. Don't worry my dear, I've got your back.Drawing inspiration from trends we see on the daily at the Harlot Salon in Venice, this trend brings edge to the forefront with color, shape and texture. Here's a look at what I mean:
by Robyn Atticks, Creator of Shear Miracle Salon Products
-by Sam Villa, Founding Partner of the Sam Villa brand and Education Artistic Director for Redken 5th Avenue; www.samvilla.com/pro/As stylists, we constantly look toward the future and the excitement of trends, yet I always find it interesting how some looks are timeless and still have a fresh feeling even 60 years later.
Interested in providing the gold standard in customer service? We consulted with Repêchage CEO and Founder Lydia Sarfati to give you vital tips on boosting your staff's abilities and ensuring your clients have a spectacular experience. Below, Sarfati contributes her expertise!
Creating 5-Star Customer Service & Services
by Sam Villa, Founding Partner of the Sam Villa brand and Education Artistic Director for Redken 5th Avenue
by Jill Marcordes, Executive Director of Cosmetology & Nail Technology at Tricoci University of Beauty Culture It’s that time of year again, with many clients complaining of distressed summer hair. However, it can be a very lucrative time for salon professionals if you play your cards right.