The state of your salon determines its viability as a business. You might think that as long as you’re able to complete hair cutting or hair treatment procedures, you’re good to go. But customers wouldn’t want to go back to a place that’s filthy or uncomfortable—or both.
There’s always room for improvement in the beauty industry. For your salon, work on the following:
What’s the point of having luxurious seats and aromatic candles when your stylists are holding the saddest looking scissors in their hands? Rose gold hair scissors cut just as well, but they add to the aesthetic value of your place. You don’t have to dress everything in rose gold to make your salon trendy, but little details such as a pop of color on the salon chairs and scissors should do the trick.
Scissors might be too small to notice if they abide by a certain theme, but your salon chairs are significant enough that clients will notice them being mismatched. Unless chaos is the look you’re trying for, coordinate the colors and textures of chairs when buying. It helps to get the same items from a supplier, so you can get a set and not have to worry about them fitting together. The waiting area should also have a comfortable couch.
You need scissors. You need chairs and mirrors. They’re essential in business operations. Serving tea or iced beverages to clients, while not essential, plays a part in enhancing customer experience. Clients appreciate small gestures that make their stay worthwhile. You don’t need to spend much on these add-ons.
Your salon is where clients go to when they want to feel pampered. Give them the best time by making sure you pay attention even to small details like these.