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The first 12-18 months of a career is when statistically the biggest amount of attrition occurs. Why do so many people not hit the levels of success that they set out to? When I graduated I was scared by this statistic and I've now decided to do something about it. This podcast will discuss topics such as interviewing, knowing the important numbers, increasing your income, how to set goals and hit them plus a whole lot more!
Rank #1: #YFYI Podcast 150 - The 40% Rule.
Have you ever felt like your tank was running on empty? In this episode I’m gonna dig into a reserve tank that most of us have, but a few of us know about. For more of what I’ve got going on check out >> Books: https://www.YOURFIRSTYEARIN.com Follow me on:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sonnyd1.0 Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/sonnydee1_0 Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/sonnydts Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sonnydts YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/sdee79 Our site: http://www.thesalon1.net https://canvasrecruit.com/canvas/1721/--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Rank #2: #YFYI Podcast 086 - The Money Episode vol. 7.
In this episode I discuss - How many days a year could you be earning money, Are you doing the correct math, immigrant hustle and more! get your copy of #YFYI the book here YOURFIRSTYEARIN.COM--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Rock Your Chair: Hair Artist Business Accelerator. Booth Renters, Hair Artists, Independent Stylists it’s time to Make that Beautiful Business, Get More Clients, and Make More Money Doing What You Love. It’s Everything They Don’t Teach You in Hair School. Money Making Tips and Client Building Tricks!
Rank #1: #013 How to Achieve Explosive Growth with Brandon Simmons: The Genius of Mr. Carter’s Men’s Grooming Lounge.
The Rolls Royce of men’s grooming was born from the challenge of launching a small Barber studio where none had been successful in the past. With a $65 check average and $14K per month in sales with only 2 barbers, Mr. Carter’s defined a class of it’s own.
Rank #2: #012 Salon Studio Stylists Mastermind their Successes After Only 3 months.
The Stylists of Salon Studios discuss and share their success and income boost from listening and applying what they’ve learned in only 3 short months. Attention and commitment are the keys to profit.
Michael Colosi from SalonandSpaMarketingToolkit.com discusses the importance of various aspects of spa and salon marketing and reveals some of the easiest and fastest ways to create a predictable and substantial flow of new clients and higher profits in your salon or spa… Guaranteed.
Rank #1: How To Attract More Salon Clients - Mark Colosi Salon and Spa Marketing Toolkit.
How To Attract More Salon Clients - In this video, Mark Colosi from Salon and Spa Marketing Toolkit goes over a strategy to help salon and spa owners attarct more new, higher paying, longer lasting salon clients into their businesses.
Rank #2: Effective Advertising For Hair Salons - Mark Colosi Salon and Spa Marketing Toolkit.
Effective Advertising For Hair Salons. In this video, Mark Colosi of Salon and Spa Marketing Toolkit discusses and explains why certain forms of advertising work better than others for hair salons and why some advertisements fail salon owners miserably.
The Six Figure Hair Business is a monthly podcast featuring six and seven-figure hair stylists, hair business owners and leading entrepreneurs sharing their insider tips and secrets to success. I'm the CEO of DacheHairAcademy.com and my goal is to help hair businesses achieve greater abundance and success.
Rank #1: Interview with Radio Host WPGC 95.5 Guy Lambert .
WPGC 95.5 Guy Lambert interviews the Reach Your Greatness team- Tracey of Dache Hair Academy and Ike of Keadworks. This interview was recorded LIVE from WPGC 95.5 Radio Studio - broadcasting LIVE to the entire DC, MD and VA area. Listen in.
Rank #2: Episode 004: Celebrity hairstylist Troy Stylez talks Lil' Kim, Ivanka Trump, Pepa and building lasting connections.
Troy Stylez owner of PUSH Studios NYC and celebrity hair stylist to the likes of Lil Kim, Pepa of Salt n Pepa, Mya, Somaya Reece and the list goes on. He worked as the Lead Hair Stylist to the extremely popular Reality TV Show Basketball Wives LA and styles the likes of Gloria & Laura Govan. Troy teaches you how to build important connections, stand apart in a crowded industry and win BIG! Reach out to Troy at @TroyStylez on Instagram or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your next appointment. He specializes in healthy hair, custom wigs and more. This Podcast is powered by the ReachYourGreatness Entrepreneur Summit - go to ReachYourGreatness.org for more details.
The No 1 podcast show for the hair industry – giving the insights, inspirations and information to take your hairdressing and barbering careers to the next level.
Rank #1: EP066: Sophia Hilton – An Interview with a Hairdressing Superstar.
Today I have a very special guest: Sophia Hilton owner of Not Another Salon, Not Another Academy, and Not Another Social! An originator, influencer, creator, entrepreneur, giver, and a huge global following of superfans has turned Sophia into a hairdressing superstar. And in today’s episode I’m super-buzzed and honoured to be bringing this very special lady back on to the show to hear whats been going down in her world since we last spoke back in Episode 006. Believe me, you really won’t to miss this one! At just 30 years of age, Sophia has achieved so much in her career already and shows no signs of letting up. In only two and half years she has opened the Not Another Salon, delivers over 65 courses a year with the Not Another Academy, and most recently launched Not Another Social. And to top all this off, she’s recently became a mum to her bay son, Hendrix. Not much, eh!? Today we’re going to be talking all about the growth of her Not Another brands, becoming a new mum and some juicy exclusives into her new, never been done before, affordable social media consultancy for the hair industry. This episode is packed full, and at times, touched with genuine emotion from Sophia. I feel extremely privileged to have her share with us all so many areas of her business and personal life. This is an interview that will give you very rare and better understanding of who the real Sophia Hilton is… something that Instagram can never do! So sit back, relax, and enjoy – this is Not Another Podcast! Thanks for Listening To share your thoughts: Leave a note in the comment section below. Ask a question by emailing me HERE Share this show on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one. Subscribe on iTunes. Subscribe by Email Special thanks to Sophia Hilton for joining me today. Until next time!
Rank #2: EP048: Emil McMahon – How to Up Your Online & Social Media Game.
I’m thrilled to bring on to the podcast Emil The Caretaker aka Emil McMahon to talk about upping you social media and online game in hairdressing. In this episode, Emil’s offering up guidance about the ever changing landscape of social platforms and how you can maximise your effectiveness without having to spend a small fortune. Being a leading business consultant, educator and caretaker of social media management, Emil offers a wealth of experience when it comes to educating hairdressers, independent product brands and established ranges with online advice and how to get the best out of social media. In this episode, he’ll share his experience and knowledge in which social channels could work best for your hairdressing business, and teachings on how to adapt to the changing algorithms of social channels such as Instagram and Facebook. He’ll also brief you on why and how blogging should become an essential part of your online game and strategy. As Emil asks, do you fully understand and maximise the effectiveness of social media? With that in mind, listening in to today’s show, Emil’s expert advice will help take your online and social media game to the next level. I Learned so much sitting down chatting to Emil and I know you will too! Thanks for Listening! To share your thoughts: Leave a note in the comment section below. Ask a question by emailing me HERE Share this show on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one. Subscribe on iTunes. Special thanks to Emil McMahon for joining me today. Until next time!
Here to help salon owners master the skills they need for bigger profits and a fuller life.
Rank #1: 31. How to set Targets for your Salon Team.
Welcome, and today we’re talking about individual team member targets. What I’m going to share with you is three targets that I set my own team here, in my award winning Salon. Now it may well be that there are times when you need to add more targets, and that varies according with the performance of the employee and also the stage of the career they are at. It’s really important that your team know what’s expected of them. So these are the big three that I want to share with you:Average bill - Average bill or average ticket value is one of the most important key performance indicators or KPI’s in your Salon. An average bill covers an awful lot, so if you can see that someone’s average bill is very low, there are parts of her job that she’s just not doing. An average bill that’s on the increase indicates somebody who’s taking retail seriously or that’s also very good at selling additional products or services when somebody comes in to your Salon. So you want to see a nice high average bill, set a benchmark for the level that the person is at in their career and also monitor it over time. Retention - I think client count is slightly old fashioned and what I’m more interested in is retention for this reason; I can increase your client count by promotional activity and I will see a bump in the number of customers that come into the Salon. The retention rate shows me how pleased my customers are with the Stylists or Therapists performance, so that’s what I’m interested in. If you’re starting to see retention on the slide, you need to intervene really quickly because somebody with very low retention is not an asset to your business. Utilisation - This is how busy a person is, how much of the day that you’re paying them for are they actually occupied making you money. The reason we look at utilisation is because your marketing activity has a huge impact on utilisation of your team, but it may not be impacting on the average bill. Utilisation can be impacted purely by the marketing spend that you’re putting into your business. So we monitor the utilisation, if you’ve got somebody who has continually low utilisation despite your marketing efforts, again perhaps you need to address that in a slightly more aggressive way, it may even be that it’s time to move that person on. In my Salon we have two bench marks for utilisation; we have an eighty percent target utilisation. Below sixty percent we have what is called an intervention. If there’s still a problem with utilisation after six weeks of intervention, we would start looking at your contract and potentially reducing your hours in a hope to increase that utilisation number.I hope that’s been useful to you, if you’ve got something that you’d like to add either pop it in the comments below or head over to the Build Your Salon Facebook page where I would love to hear from you. I hope you’ve already subscribed, if you haven’t hit subscribe now. I have a video and a podcast out like this every single Monday, and I would hate you to miss out on the content that I share with you in the future. Until next week, take care.
Rank #2: Salon Team Meetings 101.
Gat ALL of the BuildYourSalon podcasts at https://buildyoursalon.com/blogWhy hold salon team meetings at all?In every salon, there is an agenda. A set of goals and objectives that every salon team is striving for. Problem is, if you're not communicating the agenda, not moving your team towards the salon goals, the team will set their own agenda.I'm lucky. I get to see inside lots of salons. To see how they tick. What works, and what doesn't. Right now I'm seeing a lot of salons who could be getting much better results from their teams, if only they would coach and direct them.Salons everywhere invest hundreds, if not thousands in the development of their teams every year. And a lot of salons waste their money. Follow the SIMPLEST way to be the salon manager your team deserves. Improve your team's performance and be clear about what you want them to achieve. Check out Team Performance Upgrade here: https://training.buildyoursalon.com/tpu
Welcome to my podcast!! The number one goal of this podcast is to have fun and connect with the creative and awesome hairdressers of the world. Add me to your favorites ⭐️ to receive tips on Hair, Salon Marketing, Social Media, and more! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freesaloneducation/support
Rank #1: It's About What's Best for YOU | Special Guest Jason Everett.
In this podcast I have on Jason Everett and we discuss booth/studio rental and why commission salons are still a good option if not the best option for most stylists. Plus we dive into why playing is the best way to learn and social media strategies. If you like this podcast please share it and tell your friends. Thanks so much!! This podcast is brought to you by my friends at Minerva Beauty--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freesaloneducation/support
Rank #2: Not Busy? Hate Social Media? 🤔.
On this episode I answer your questions on subjects like Not being busy in the salon and I also share with you why you should be grateful you have social media to market yourself. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/freesaloneducation/support
Jared Jackson Dean is a Salon Owner, Hairstylist, Success Coach and a Lifestyle Entrepreneur. The goal of this podcast is to inspire, motivate and educate individuals who want to grow into a well-rounded stylist. #1 Podcast for stylist success is an affiliate of Stylist Bootcamp, in which we share some inspiring stories from the most amazing stylist, influential salon owners and everyday entrepreneurs.
Rank #1: Episode 004: Interview w/ Jennifer Jensen.
Jennifer Jensen discusses life after cosmetology school and what she has been doing after 18 months. Jennifer also shares. some of marketing tips and tools she is using to attract new clients. With hitting some impressive numbers as a new stylist, this is an interview you don't want to miss.
Rank #2: Episode 022: Work Less, Make More Money with Beauty and Biz Expert, Candra Ward.
Educator, Salon Owner, Success Coach & Mommy and Traveler, Candra Ward dives deep into what in takes to excel behind the chair as an entrepreneur. Candra's story is unique and inspiring with cup full of knowledge to get your juices flowing. To learn more about Candra visit her: www.candraward.com IG: @candra_ward
Marquetta Breslin talks about the Million Dollar Stylist lifestyle.
Rank #1: Episode 019 – Change Your Morning Routine, Change Your Life! An Intimate Interview with “Miracle Morning” Author, Hal Elrod..
Marquetta interviews Miracle Morning author Hal Elrod. Discover how to change your entire life by just changing your morning routine. You must take charge of your morning to own your day, discover how in this interview with Hal Elrod. Spread The Word, Leave A Review, And Subscribe! Subscribe to our email list Subscribe on iTunes Ask a question via Voicemail Leave a review on iTunes.
Rank #2: Episode 007 – Behind The Scenes Interviews With Million Dollar Stylist LIVE! Attendees.
Marquetta takes you behind the behind the scenes at her latest Million Dollar Stylist LIVE! event and shares personal short interviews she had after the event with some of the attendees. Sign Up To Get Notified When The Next Episode Goes Live Don’t miss an episode, click here to subscribe to our email list and never miss an episode! Subscribe to the Podcast Subscribe to the Million Dollar Stylist PODCAST on iTunes. Have A Question? Get your question answered on the Million Dollar Stylist PODCAST! Click here to record a question for Marquetta and Ricky. Your Review Matters! Do you enjoy this podcast? If so, please take a minute to leave a short review within iTunes. Your review matters and energizes us to keep going.
Narrated by internationally recognized stylist Bernard Ory, The Profitable Stylist provides a road map for success including specific strategies for establishing a loyal clientele, offering profitable services and building a successful business. Bernard draws on his own personal experiences as an entrepreneur while offering strategies inspired by business legends such as Robert Kiyosaki, Dale Carnegie and John Lee Dumas. If you are looking for a way to transform your passion into a profitable business then join us on this journey that will be sure to catapult you to the next level of success.
Rank #1: PS44: In The Beginning......
Bernard gives a general overview of the evolution of the hair industry to better understand current and future trends.
Rank #2: PS83: DON'T do it for the MONEY!.
This podcast encourages stylists to use integrity and personal growth, not money, as the basis for decision making and business building.
The Hair Biz Radio podcast will show you how to start and run your hair extension business successfully. We cover the basics from just getting started to advanced marketing techniques to help ramp up your sales. Hosted by the team at Private Label Extensions, we will show you the important steps to get your first sale, 100th sale, and make money selling hair extensions. Follow our tips on starting up on a limited budget and steadily growing your hair business with the marketing techniques we use.
Rank #1: Episode 2: Facebook Advertising For Your Hair Business.
Summary: In this, the second episode of Hair Biz Radio, Zakiyrah, and Mikey discuss Facebook and Instagram marketing for the hair industry. They discuss the various website platforms you should be using and share why Wix may not be the best choice of platform for your website. They also talk about the benefits of tracking your audience using Facebook Pixel and the importance of content marketing to drive traffic. Tune-in and discover how having a sound strategy and a patience will help you conquer the tough—but NOT impossible—world of online marketing. Show Notes: This episode is about Facebook and Instagram Marketing for The Hair Business It’s important for you to know your audience and know how to target them Currently, we have a team of 12 writers; email us if you are an editor and/or writer interested in joining our team Content marketing is important for Facebook and Instagram marketing Marketing is a huge struggle for people just starting out in the hair industry While there are a lot of good Wix websites, there are lot of sites that do not integrate Wix Difficult to manage operations once business scales up 38% of all websites are on WordPress Facebook marketing and Instagram marketing go hand-in-hand Instagram paid ads are set-up through the Facebook Ads office Always set up a business account on Instagram and constantly update it Ensure that you have a bio that describes exactly what you do; this will drive the people who are actual buyers to your Instagram page BOOSTING an Instagram post is a good way to get started Check the results via a test run after boosting the post Possible to add a link to a boosted post Adding your competitors to your Instagram group is a good marketing strategy Plug-in on the Chrome browser lets you know if a Facebook Pixel is installed – Facebook Pixel Helper Facebook Pixel enables you to track your visitors Particularly useful if you are spending marketing dollars Remember, EVERYONE struggles with online marketing when they start Tips and Tricks for Facebook and Instagram marketing Focus on retargeting marketing Have specific ads for different durations of time No extra work involved since Instagram is already tied-in Target folks who add a product to a shopping cart or go to the checkout page and do not buy; Mikey is able to generate 30 to 40 times sales for every dollar spent on such ads Attempt to understand what the customer is feeling when you create your ads Not necessary for ads to direct to a homepage or product page; you can direct ads to an informative article Invest in making good marketing videos Facebook is really pushing videos right now Possible to make great videos even on an iPhone Sometimes, underproduced videos yield better results than overproduced ones Take advantage of the cheap ad rates on Facebook PixelYourSite Pro lets you determine whether the audience originated from Facebook or Instagram Private Label Extension’s Instagram following is growing healthily by 100 people every day Avoid adding scammy Instagram followers; sooner or later an Instagram purge will be done and your page will drop in ranking If you have a lot of fake followers, it is likely that your normal followers will never see your posts Swipe-up feature is a great and cost-effective way of driving traffic Let your Facebook ad run for awhile in order to see good results; increase your budget gradually and avoid making sudden spurts Facebook ninjas are really expensive; no option for small businesses but to do it themselves Mikey and Zarika are great fans of Gary Vaynerchuk Mikey quotes Gary, ͞It is a war out there. Go out there and start fighting͟ Next week we will be talking about collaborating with blogger, YouTubers, and influencers; make sure you tune in next week and don’t forget to subscribe! Start a Hair Extension Business – the Facebook Group Private Label Extensions the wholesale side of the business Dropship Bundles– Great for people who don’t want to have all the photos, pricing sets, and inventory on-hand3 Key Points: 1.Use WordPress over Wix—it’s difficult to scale up your business on a Wix platform. 2.Use Facebook Pixel to track your visitors AND determine if your visitors are from Instagram or Facebook using FacebookPixel Pro. 3.Test your ads on Facebook by allocating a small budget that increases gradually. The post Episode 2: Facebook Advertising For Your Hair Business appeared first on Hair Biz Radio.
Rank #2: Episode 18: The Hair Business Checklist.
Episode 18 Summary Episode 18 features Zakiyrah and Mikey going through the core elements of what they refer to as The Hair Business Checklist. This is part one of a two-part series that analyses what is needed to have a successful hair business. Get the hard-earned experience that Zakiyrah and Mikey have acquired to establish their hair extension company expressed in a convenient process. They tackle everything from your company name, logo, and website to finding a hair extension vendor and the importance of email lists. Show Notes ● Zakiyrah and Mikey introduce The Hair Business Checklist. ● CHECKLIST STEP 1: Why are you starting a hair business? ● Just because you are passionate about hair, realize there is much more involved in running an actual business. ● Starting a business requires stamina, not giving up, and it can take an emotional toll because things are going to go wrong. ● CHECKLIST STEP 2: Come up with a name for your hair business. ● Take the time to brainstorm multiple names that people would like, and take a poll of people you respect to pick what name they think is best. ● Keep the name short and simple. ● CHECKLIST STEP 3: Reserve the social media accounts. ● Keep your name consistent with social media accounts. ● CHECKLIST STEP 4: Get your domain name and an email address that match. ● CHECKLIST STEP 5: Now you need a logo – all text or an image. ● CHECKLIST STEP 6: How do you want to sell hair – wholesale or dropshipping? ● Wholesale is purchasing hair in bulk and you keep the inventory on hand. ● Drop shipping is when you pay as you go and the product is shipped to you to the customer. ● CHECKLIST STEP 7: Where will you sell your hair extensions – website, social media, or retail storefront? ● CHECKLIST STEP 8: Finding a vendor. ● You have to figure out what your delivered cost is: the total amount spent to order the hair, have it sent to you and payment fees. ● CHECKLIST STEP 9: Build your website. ● Using WordPress for your website offers advanced features and plugins. ● CHECKLIST STEP 10: Build your social media accounts and email lists – post at least once or twice a day. ● CHECKLIST STEP 11: Get your business structure established – LLC or sole proprietorship? ● CHECKLIST STEP 12: Marketing strategies: driving traffic to your website, most visitors probably won’t buy (especially in the beginning) 3 Key Points 1. Know exactly why you are starting your hair business because it won’t be easy to become successful. 2. Dropshipping allows you to focus on the hard parts of a business – sales and marketing. 3. Figure out what your total delivered cost is, factoring in the full amount spent to order the hair, have it sent to you and the associated payment fees. Tweetable Quotes – “When you get your tax return this year, let’s not go buy that new shiny TV. Or the new Chanel bag. Let’s invest in yourself.” – Mikey. – “You have to major in the minor before you can get to the major.” – Zakiyrah. – “You don’t want to send out business emails from @gmail.com. Make sure you are getting a business email, because it is very important to look professional.” – Mikey. – “Wholesaling is for people, I always recommend, that have…salons.” – Zakiyrah. Resources Mentioned ● HairUniversity.co – Hair biz classes ● @Zakiyrah – Zakiyrah’s Instagram ● Zakiyrahficklin.com – Zakiyrah’s website ● Dropship Bundles – Dropship Bundles website The post Episode 18: The Hair Business Checklist appeared first on Hair Biz Radio.
Meet David & Cyd. Two talented hairdressers living in NYC. Both career coaches in the beauty industry. This is a collection of their rants, raves, and practical business advice.
Rank #1: Episode 30: Hairdresser Astrology with @Astralabove.
Cyd and Caeleb sit down with Joshua Robbins, @astralabove, to discover how we can all use astrology to better our beauty business! Learn about all the signs and how to communicate with them whether they are your boss, your staff, or your client! One of our favorite episodes yet and we know you will love it as well.
Rank #2: Episode 35: Things Your Salon Needs To Change.
Join our co-hosts Killian Vigna and Zoé Bélisle-Springer every Monday as Phorest FM brings you an inspirational mix of interviews with salon business leaders, marketing tips and salon growth insights. For your industry, by your industry. #LetsGrow
Rank #1: Steve Gomez On Interdependent Leadership & Holding Empowering Meetings.
 Steve Gomez is recognised as one of the top business systems experts in the beauty and wellness industry. With over 24 years of business coaching experience combined with a background in marketing, communication and operations, he has personally supported hundreds of salons and spa businesses throughout his career. On episode 107 of the Phorest FM podcast, he discussed how to put emotions aside to coach based on data-backed decisions. Today, he's back with one simple goal: to make every staff, salon owner and leader feel empowered by the meetings they attend and hold. Links: Steve Gomez, Salon/Spa Business Coaching, Trainings & Seminars Interdependent Leadership To Improve Team Culture & Profits Book a free 15 to 30-minute consultation on The Salon Mentorship Hub This episode was edited and mixed by Audio Z: Great music makes great moments. Montreal's cutting-edge post-production studio for creative minds looking to have their vision professionally produced and mixed. Tune in every Monday for a mix of interviews with industry thought-leaders, roundups of our most recent salon owners marketing tips & tricks, all the latest in and around Phorest and what upcoming webinars or events you can join. Feel free to let us know who or what topic you'd like to hear on the show! Leave a Rating & Review: http://bit.ly/phorestfm Read the transcript, or click here to request a personalised quote from Phorest Salon Software.
Rank #2: November Monthly Round-Up.
 This week's episode discusses everything that's happened on the Phorest Blog and Phorest FM over the previous 30 days. From the most popular blogs to snippets from previous Phorest FM episodes and announcements in regards to Phorest's Salon Owners Summit, you're sure to get all the marketing advice you might have missed. Links: Introducing Phorest’s Email Marketing Editor Complete Redesign Failing Salons: 5 Warning Signs & Fixes For Continued Success 7 Tips To Increase Profits In Your Salon Or Spa This Winter Salon Owners Summit (Website) Tune in weekly for a mix of interviews with industry thought-leaders, roundups of our most recent salon owners marketing tips & tricks, all the latest in and around Phorest and what upcoming webinars you can join. Phorest FM is produced every Monday morning for your enjoyment with a cup of coffee on your day off. Feel free to let us know who or what topic you'd like to hear on the show! Leave a Rating & Review: http://bit.ly/phorestfm Read the transcript, or click here to request a personalised quote from Phorest Salon Software.
It’s a mane event! Join Us each week to get the details of every hair love affair in Hollywood, from the hits and misses on the red carpet to your favorite celebrities’ street style ‘dos (and don’ts!) Check out more hot beauty and style news and trends plus how to shop the looks on usmagazine.com/stylish and pick up a copy of Us Weekly on stands now! Tweet Gwen at @Gwen_UsBeauty
Rank #1: Lily Aldridge's Beauty Secrets.
Supermodel and influencer Lily Aldridge joins the gang to spill the details on the inspiration for her latest fragrance, Summit, the mood-boosting powers of good hair and her tried-and-true travel beauty tricks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rank #2: Kardashian Hair Pro Justine Marjan Tells Us How to Get Hot Holiday Hair in Literally Seconds.
Khloe Kardashian and Olivia Culpo's hairstylist, Justine Marjan, dishes to Us on the amazing new hair accessories she designed and how they can give holiday hair vibes at the speed of light!For more beauty tips and tricks head to https://www.usmagazine.com/stylish/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Industry insights and inspiration from Summit Salon Business Center
Rank #1: STEP IT UP: How to Transition from Behind the Chair to Full-Time Owner.
Rank #2: 5 Tips for a Successful Salon Boutique.
If you are a subscriber of the weekly Summit Salon Minute, then you have received an exclusive promo code in your email for our product of the week! If you are not a subscriber, become one now, here Featuring Lashawnda Hall *Podcast Available Below* Certified Front Desk Trainer, LaShawnda Hall, has 9 years of... Read more » The post 5 Tips for a Successful Salon Boutique appeared first on Summit Salon Business Center.