Your Own Hair Salon Business
a Beauty Salon or Barber Shop
owning a fun and financially rewarding business making
people look and feel fabulous. Welcome to the hair salon business!
Opening a hair salon lets you own a creative feel-good
business in a largely recession-proof industry. No matter how the
economy is, people need their hair cut and it's not something most people
can do at home!
If you can't cut hair
yourself, you can hire hairstylists for your hair salon. If you are currently a hairstylist
for someone else, starting your own hair salon business gives you the freedom
of being your own boss.
When you open a hair salon
(also known as a beauty salon, barber shop, hairdressing salon, beauty
parlor, or beauty shop), you have the luxury of designing the type
of hair salon you want, and providing the types of services you want.
You can open a traditional
hair salon offering hair care to all types of clients, or you can
open a hair salon that caters to a select type of client, such as
a men's barber and shave shop or a children's hair salon.
You can open a neighborhood
beauty shop or an exclusive upscale salon. You can open a full-service
hair salon or specialize in hair care services such as hair cuts,
hair coloring, hair straightening, hair extensions, or hair styling for
special events such as weddings and proms.
As a hair salon owner and
a business professional in a leadership role, you can earn
the respect of clients and your community. Your hair salon can be
a social hub where you develop long-term friendships with employees
opening a hair salon sounds like the career of your dreams, the FabJob
Guide to Become a Hair Salon Owner is
for you! In this e-book you will discover how you can successfully
start a hair salon.
The hair salon guide offers
tips and expert advice from beauty industry insiders including
dozens of successful hair salon owners across North America. The experts
who share advice in this guide include:
guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to open
a hair salon in the United States or Canada, plus helpful advice for opening a hair salon in any country. It includes:
Calce, former director of Bergdorf Goodman’s Salon and owner of the
prestigious Federico Salon in New York
Lowe, owner of the Billy Lowe Salon in Los Angeles, celebrity stylist
who has worked with many celebrities and shows including The Ellen DeGeneres
Show, 10 Years Younger, and
Joseph, owner of the prestigious Valery Joseph Salons in Manhattan
and East Hampton
Sturgis, Vice President of Franchise Sales for Fantastic Sams Salons
Safar, owner and top stylist at Salon Acote, an elegant and well-known
French salon with two locations in Boston and one in Miami
Jackson, owner of the Amiri Salon in Beverly Hills, celebrity stylist
to Paula Abdul and African American celebrities such as Vanessa Williams,
Shaquille O'Neal and Raven Simone
Breitung, co-owner of the Johnathan Breitung Salon & Luxury Spa
Ronnie Pryor, owner of Source Spa & Salon, an Aveda Concept Spa and Salon in Wilton Manors, Florida
Pelusi, named one of the top haircutters in the country by InStyle
magazine, creator of P2 hair products and owner of Tela Design Studio
in New York
Meiseles, Founder and CEO of Snip-its children’s hair salon franchise
O’Rourke, founder of Carlton Hair Care Salons, with several locations
in southern California, founder of Sexy Hair™ products, promoted by the
Pussycat Dolls and used by Hollywood stylists on the sets of popular movies
and TV shows including Desperate Housewives,
Dancing with the
Stars, and many more
Patrizi, owner of the sophisticated Halo [For Men] salon and spas,
with several locations in the Chicago metropolitan area
to Start a Hair Salon Business
Your Hair Salon Business
to create a business plan for your hair salon (includes a sample
hair salon business plan)
what kind of hair salon to open
overview of options for your hair salon business:
an established hair salon (including how to find hair salons for
a hair salon franchise
a new hair salon
a name for your hair salon
to get start-up financing for your hair salon business (includes
sample start-up budgets)
on the best legal structure for your hair salon business (incorporation,
partnership, and others)
about important business matters that can affect your hair salon
including insurance and licenses
much space (square footage) you need to open your hair salon
to consider when choosing a location for your hair salon, including
information about permits and leases
and exterior design of your hair salon
and supplies you need to start a hair salon business (from salon
chairs and sinks to shampoos and shears) and where to get them
you will find even more resources and advice, including:
to develop effective systems for running your hair salon business
on a daily basis
your hair salon's hours of operation
you need to know about staffing your hair salon
overview of hair salon positions from receptionist to manager
hairstylists versus renting chairs
your staff (including standard hourly wages and commission splits for a
to find great hair salon staff
for your hair salon's services
from your clients
and selling hair
to find suppliers for the products you will use and sell in your
to buy products at a discount with tips on negotiating the best
track of your inventory
much to mark up prices on products you sell to your hair
in-store displays to market products
promotional materials to market your hair salon business (including
a menu of services and website)
to attract hair salon clients through advertising and free
with difficult customers including advice on preventing "no shows"
to get repeat business from your hair salon clients
You can have all this and more
for an incredible price. It can cost hundreds of dollars to take courses
on starting a business, and chances are they will not include specific
information about how to open a hair salon. The FabJob
Guide to Become a Hair Salon Owner
contains some of the best
business advice you could get from other sources, plus much more.
places to find the highest quality hair care products
and checklists, including:
plan for a hair salon
plans for different size hair salons
budgets for a hair salon
interview questions for salon employees
list of supplies
menu of hair salon services
to evaluate competing hair salons
to evaluate potential locations
for hair salon operations
of hair salon equipment
to organize your hair salon's grand opening
overview of opportunities for future growth for your hair salon
business including expanding your current salon or opening additional locations
more! (including free updates)
can save you many hours of research, help you avoid some costly mistakes,
and give you information you need to open your own hair salon.
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can earn back the price of the guide your very first day in business. Plus
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("Land Your Dream Job" article).
FabJob Guide to Become a Hair Salon Owner takes you step-by-step through
what you need to know to open and operate your own hair salon. The
guide offers insider advice from experts currently working in the beauty
industry to help you achieve your own success as a hair salon owner."
I am working on a celebrity or a non-celebrity, the gratification comes
from seeing the self-esteem magnified when a women gets out of my chair.
Sometimes women come to my salon down in the dumps, for whatever reason…
but after an uplifting conversation, a glass of wine, an outstanding shampoo
with a head massage, and a fabulous new look, their whole outlook changes.
I love to see them walk out with their head lifted high, and that extra
sway in the hips. When this happens, I know I’ve done my job."
DaRico Jackson, celebrity stylist and owner of Amiri Salon, Beverly Hills,
a generalist is not the way to go. Instead, be known as the one to
go to for: perfect cuts, highlights and color, most stylish looks, healthy
hair, etc. Of course you can do all of these things, but concentrate
on being the best at one or two of them and the word will get out."
Susie Galvez, beauty industry expert and author
DaRico and Susie are two
of the experts who gave advice in this FabJob guide.
"This e-book helped me make a final decison "go or no-go" to venture into the hair salon business. It helped me understand the business from zero knowledge and paved the way in setting up my family business. It is a practical real business guide that saved me time in research."
New Haven, CT
"I am not a hairdresser myself so I needed a lot of information on this field. I purchased 'become a hair salon owner' and the book is great. I strongly recommend your book!"
- Genna Sakowski
in a name?
of terms are used to describe businesses that provide hair cutting and
hair care services.
"hair salon" is the most commonly used term in most of North America, people
of different ages, backgrounds, and geographic locations may use other
when you are advertising your business, keep in mind that the people you
want to attract as clients may be looking for a:
and Shave Shop
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