A formula for determining the typical fee for beauty products and services
The process of obtaining service related information between the guest and the stylist in order to achieve expectations
The process of providing products and services in a manner that satisfies guest expectations and creates a desire to make subsequent requests
The art (not act) of providing a service in such a manner that satisfies guest needs and expectations, providing a sense of value
Core guests who have developed sincere connections to the salon and willing to promote the staff and salon by word of mouth
The combination of product, price, place, and promotion activities used to sell a product or service
The attempt to control the public's perception of a product or service as it relates to competitive products
The person who obtains the necessary skills and accolades to practice in the profession of stylist, colorist, cosmetologist
Required behavior, actions and appearance expected of professionals
The percentage of sales the salon has left over as profit after paying all expenses
A particular activity that is intended to promote the salon, its products and services
A lead given by a loyal business advocate in an attempt to promote the salon, its staff, and services
The enhancement added to a product or service by a company before the product or service is offered to guests
A sharp, intense color used as a contrast or pick-up for a color scheme. It is used to add excitement to an overall effect.
An acid perm produces permanent hair waves with curls that are actually softer than an alkaline perm. It also has a pH from 6.5 to 8.0.
An A-line Bob is a geometric bob with a straight fringe, so called because of the resemblance to the capital A.
The Bob was the classic look of the 50s and 60s; the style was short and straight but blow-dried and curled under.
The attachment of hair wefts to natural hair with a latex or surgical type adhesive.