Since he was in cosmetology school, he learned to provide basic services such as styling, cutting and coloring his hair. There are many other basic services, such as conditioning and washing your hair with shampoo, giving permanent products and relaxing your hair. Some customers may need additional conditioning if their hair is excessively dry or brittle. Others may want fabrics or hair extensions.
By providing these basic services, you've just scratched the surface of what can be done. The most basic service a hairdresser should offer are haircuts for men, women and children. While some salons specialize in certain areas, beauticians are expected to be able to cut all types of hair. Drying and styling the hair before the customer leaves the salon is also a standard service and is included in the cost of the haircut.
Being able to offer each customer a haircut and style means ensuring that all beauticians have experience with different types of hair. There are many supplies you'll need regardless of the services you offer, and it's essential to consider your customer's convenience and quality of service. Toniann believes that every person is beautiful and that they are here to help enhance and embrace your beauty. Your customers will be encouraged to bring their husbands and boyfriends and invite them to a service while receiving their regular service.
Allyson has more than 30 years of professional experience in beauty salons and salon leadership as co-owner and CEO of Hair %26 Co BKLYN and Beauty 360 Consulting and was president and CEO of Dessange Group North America, vice president of education at Clarins and director of the salon division of companies such as Ulta Beauty and ColorWorks Salon, a division of Ratner Companies.