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The salon reception. Front of house.


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 The Reception area. The hub of the salon. The retail centre:

We only get one chance to make a first impression both at the front reception or as being a stylists. but before that can interaction takes place the very first area that sets the scene is the reception. The design. the chairs, the reception has to look stunning professional welcoming.

The very first person who makes an impression is the receptionist. How much importance to you put on the key position. A position that takes so much skill to juggle. To organise. To solve problems. To be caring yet efficient.

They have to have a good phone manner. Amazing people skills patients. Good at selling with product knowledge. know how to mange an appointment book. Deal with the issues stylist have over booking keep good records balances the books. Deal with sales people. What is this worth to you to your business ?

The Image of the the salon, decor, cleanliness appeal. Just as important the appearance and the attitude of the receptionist.Their communication skills the service they offer all so very important for both salon success and client retention.They are the first and indeed last person a client has any interaction with in the salon. They have to make that experience that memory count. Make that client feel wanted and important using their skills to have the client re book that next appointment. Help them with and recommend retail products.

Does all of this happen in your salon? Do you listen to the receptionist about client and indeed staff issues?

The receptionist has a unique position in the salon she or he holds and controls power! Power of the booking they can make or break a stylist if they so chose. My advise to a stylist never upset your receptionist. Always accommodate them if there is an appointment issue or a late comer who needs help it will stand you in very good stead in the long run. They have to be committed and very trust worthy often the last to leave and in many cases open up.

They must be a team player and leader and have a great understanding of the dynamics that is the salon from working with a manger and or owner to communicating with clients and staff and innovator and collaborator. The one who keeps the machine that is the salon running smoothly. Does your receptionist have all these skills? How often do you think about the role they play? Are they well enough rewarded?

Service goes beyond just what we the stylists do offer and create. Service is what the whole salon offers from the moment a client becomes part of the salon. It does not stop after the service has been preformed it only stops when a client leaves never to return!!!

Listen to your receptionist when it comes to retail purchases. The amount of stock to carry, what product lines are selling well.What are clients asking for?  What clients might be saying about products or pricing.

All key information. Maybe even concerns that are being raised about staff members. Service ability. Those getting requested, those maybe being avoided. All need to know information.

Mike B2MR:

Above: To the right the chaos a receptionist over see’s!!

 

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Hair salon- Customer service


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Service as stylist salon owners managers. We know we are in the service industry but how much time  do we give to thinking about the service that we offer and give. Is it real service value for money? Do we go that extra mile to make that experience so very un forgettable?
Think on this A client becomes a client a soon as she or he enters your world, Not just once she or he is front of you or once you’ve finished your service! cool ha? Has this got you thinking a little?
Thinking more on service as a topic.Imagine your next client arrives flustered maybe a tad late. How you respond to this will set the tone for this encounter this time spent together.
Maybe they are running late due to an external force Irritation from a last meeting a business matter, personal issue. How do we respond to this? Make sure that your client leaves happier than when they came in! Don’t give them cause to carry their frustration over on to you. Don’t allow them to leave in the same mood as they came in with.
Imagine the customer that you have in front of your right now is the only person in the world-pay attention welcome them be present be in the moment. We only ever get one chance to make  a first impression.That first impression on the salon it look it’s image it’s identity so make it work.

The same can be said for the the look of the staff as a whole but also that first impression we as a professional project. That Image that says this is me who can i help you!

Great customer service is. A chance to be a proud representative of the salon but more importantly you represent your self as a true caring professional. A positive influence an expert in your field. No matter what service you are performing. From giving consultation advise to shampooing or technical work.
What ever part you play it’s all a part of the service it’s team work and collaboration Food for thought. The term ‘Can i help you’ can cause antagonism! Why?  Because  that’s what they are here for,your help. Especially If you deliver it with the wrong tone. Try. Out a phrase that works for you feels natural and genuine.
A simple ‘Good Morning or Afternoon’ followed by what i can do for you today. This opens the door for discussion. be ready to offer suggestion/ guidance if they hesitate. remember your the professional they have come to see. that smiled professional consultation.
Always remember that time spent with a client is about the experience you offer the interaction and not about the transaction! It’s not just about the money the fee /bill. It’s not about doing the service and charing it’s about the reassurance on money well spent an investment in oneself the feel good factor. We are skilled professional we get charge a fair rate for the service we offer and the looks we create that is why we go to work. When busy and working at a study pace know your day. Asking ‘Who’s next’ Can be very off putting! keep track of how your day is unfolding, know who is arriving , who needs help, control your day. Your are the Star in the play ‘That is the salon’ .Your clients and the interaction you have is just one scene in the play of today. Your assistance are part of the cast make sure you all know the role you have to play. To make it run smoothly.

Live in the moment with your client,each appointment is the only one that matters at the end of the day you can review the financial reward for a job well done.
Treat every client with respect,regardless of appearance or spending power. You never know who is in the cycles of influence for future recommendation. A satisfied client may not tell everyone on about you but they will recommend you and service you gave the experience you shared. You will get recommended when your name come up in the circles they move in.People’s paths always cross.
Remember that engaging with client’s always pays off in one way or another you never no when. Even if there way no sale  on that extra service or product you get to share you got to practice your pitch you have opened the door for next time .
Offer great experience great service and there will always be a next time.
For information on Salon Success and Karen David.com All the help and support they can offer you your staff and business go to. 
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Mike B2MR
 

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Salon discounting is it good for business?


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                         Salon Discounting is it good for business?

                                                Does it pay?

How much discounting goes on in your salon?  Have you ever considered what this might be costing you and your business?  Be honest! The answers is a lot!

How this happens.

How does this discount come about. Stylist like to reward their clients make them feel special,but at who’s expense?. This happens all to often in fact i have been guilty of it when work in a salon it’s such a easy trap to fall into.

A regular client comes in for a full head of foils. You like and enjoy time spent with this client. maybe she tips well? When the service if done and it’s time to pay you say ‘I have just charged you for a half head today’ Da! Why. She came to get her hair done. She expected great service. She expected a great job. Did you short change her with the foils? Did you rush her through? Then why give the discount, are you not worth your fee? Where do you draw the line?

Another great one is a client is have a tuff time money is tight, [well it is for us all]  but you feel sorry for her. After the service you say i’ve take £10.00 or $10.00 off your bill today hope things get better for you. A great gesture but what ever she is going through she chose to get her hair done she knew the cost.

Who’s money are you giving away by no charing the full amount? The salon’s yes certainly and your own as your commission will be less.

In both the above cases you are putting out messages . One price is subject to change if we or I so chose.

I know we over charge or are slightly expensive but i can be flexible!!! NO NO NO

What we need to see at the end of the day good days work good days takings! It’s not me not being caring or understanding it’s business it’s drawing a line.If your a member of staff paid on commission your short changing your self and the salon. If your an owner what do you think this might be costing you weekly or monthly?

Making clients feel special is what we should be doing every day every visit. Doing an exceptional job each and every time. We are in the business of service we offer skill and expertise. We you don’t need to cheapen you self with discounts.

Consider both as management and indeed a staff team if you did not discount and put all the money aside, what could it be used for? In house training, going to an education event or seminar, new pice of equipment. Things that both you as owners or stylists team members can and will benefit from.

These newly learned skills or new equipment will in the end add to your skill level and improve the service you offer. Ultimately the client benefits.

 Hard nut to crack!    

This is a hard nut to crack in any salon. For owners when you have a staff meeting it may not go down very well. You might be thought of as being mean penny pinching. Stylist’s you have to think about the business side of this if it were your salon would you want hundreds of pounds or dollars a month just not coming into the business?

To end this starts with a group meeting draw aline no more as of now! If you have a receptionist then she will be key to stopping this. If not then careful monitoring of the day book the services being done and fee;s charged will be required, a little re education. You will notice a difference over avery short time it adds up!! Consider this when an existing client recommends you to a friend or work mate  do you want to be recommended for.

A. the great service and job done!

B. the great discount that the friend will now expect?

                                    Discounting is money floating away!

1. Discounting .

This is taking off either a pound or dollar value or a percentage of the clients service bill total. This is relatively easy to find and stop from happening.

2. Undercharging.

Often occurs when discounting is trying to be covered up. It can happen as full head of foils charged as half head or T section, Cut blow dry charged as wet cut, it goes on not always easy to find, not always easy to stop 

3.Discriminating Discounting.

This is a really odd kind form of discounting because in this instance you discriminate against your good clients that pay you full price for their services and they visit regularly. While other clients that only have some of the salons services and visit irregularly are discounted every single visit. You know the students, the senior citizens, the children and so on. You have a consistent policy across the board.

4 A Welcome or incentive discount.

Another one that I see a great deal of. Special opening offer 30% off any one service on first visit. What does this say? We are expensive.We over charge, but come in a for a one off cheap job!!! your new your exciting your professional your offering something new and exciting why cheapen this with an opening discount!!!  

                   Front of service friendly, efficient, professional, receptionist!


When you discount or undercharge where do you think this money come from?

It doesn‟t come from the money you would have paid for the salon rent, it doesn‟t come from the money you pay for your professional products and it certainly doesn‟t come off the wages you pay your team.

The discounted money comes out of your profit. That‟s the only place it can come from. And the profit is essentially what you‟re in business for, isn‟t it? The discount that‟s given to your clients is taken from the money needed to grow your. If you feel that you need to appeal to all markets and so wallets then this is why or when you have a structure of fee’s based on experience.

An example of this that works well would be.

A newly qualified stylist might get all the students Why? Well one newly qualified the charges might be more affordable to a student, students have friends , students will not always be students. The goal being build up trust respect grow together as one gains more experience the fee’s go up as the student becomes qualified she they can afford a little more.win win no discount!

Make you staff aware that when discounting they are not only reducing their fee so their commission but they are giving away your profits.  The profit you need to grow and support your business.

                               A happy client happy with look happy with the service happy to pay!

I have started working with Karen and David and their team at salon success. It’s a relationship we have been building for well over a year now one built on mutual respect and trust.  The support material they have and offer is first class and comes from. Salon knowledge and professional experience gained from years in our industry.

For me  life is a journey one of learning and growing an adventure. To fully understand the ‘Salon success’ Philosophy and program. I have for the last three weeks embarked on being a member of the online line business support and mentoring program. 

This has involved committing to actively using both reading material, listening to the audio support material. All supplied and doing the suggested exercises eye opening even to me a seasoned professional. it’s easy to read and listen to but guess what. Like every thing the work has to be done to succeed so it’s a challenge. Worth while yes it has been. It motivated me to write this !!!

This is what has inspired me to talk about Salon success and the KarenDavid support program.    

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Much of what i write and indeed what Karen and David at salon success talk about is common sense and yet it so easily gets lots or forgotten about.We all need little reminders from time to time some of my suggestions might sound harsh even uncaring not the case.

I love this profession and industry and indeed respect greatly all the clients i have worked with over the years some who still remain friends however much distance is between us. That respect is built on me offering sound honest advise caring and charging a fair price for my time and skill.

If it’s built on being cheap affordable or discounted then it will fail as a relationship.

Past business how it worked without discounting ! value quality skill service! 

I used to work doing education on the road a great deal but i also had for down time a home based salon it was a great business specialising in colour and colour correction. I charged an hourly rate occasionally a new recommended client would book for an a consultation prior to booking an appointment. this was how i worked.

Moving on hourly rate and not having the huge running cost of a traditional salon made what i did great value for client kept me fully booked weeks in advance.

However if a client ever said i was recommended  to you by ****** she said you great really know your stuff and your sound so much cheaper than the salons in town!! Hum I would say really thank you for coming but this is not going to work for me! If your only hear because it sounds cheap then i’m not the guy for you!!  I built up a business and a reputation of on not being cheap! it works it really works.  

Mike B2MR:    


 

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The Hair salon. Sales education service.


Welcome to B2MR BACK2MYROOTS!

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Regular postings of fresh new topic’s.

                                          Sales or sharing?

A place to share thoughts review hair colour and products.

This topic is worthy of both discussion, thought, and comment, for it effects each and every one involved in the Hairdressing Industry. 

But in what order should the title be in ? What do you think?

Having Spent a number of years involved in Sales and education or is it? Education and sales:

It’s so hard to know for one supports the other. [ chicken and egg what comes first]

One side sales drives the education machine funding allowing technicians and educators into salons to share and demonstrate. On the other hand without the support of good education the sales go flat. Salons. Stylist lose interest, use products incorrectly getting bad results blaming the product!

It is my view. That if you really trust and have belief in a product it will sell it self. If your educated a product how and why it works. If you have a passion for it, it’s easy to talk about it sells it self.

So why so much pressure on sales why fear education?

In salons many stylist hate education up dates. They look at educators as know it all’s, they attempt to put then down show them up why?  FEAR!

Most salons change colour lines because of dissatisfaction with the product. If it does not perform well in reality the fault is with the stylist technician. But hey! It’s always easier to blame a product than take an honest look in the mirror!

Tuff harsh words but true. I don’t know how many salons I’ve visited that so need education support but the staff, the manager will not allow it.

I also think that many sales representatives have very little respect for what a good passionate educator can do.

Why because they fear letting any one see that they don’t know everything! who does? The fact is Sales are Sales. Education is just educating. On how to correctly use and get the best out of the product that sharing knowledge giving support to the salon to the sales person to the staff this can only serve to improve. Standards. Skill. Knowledge. So why all the problems?

Ego, Insecurity, Fear? or just an un-daunting need for control!  All things that are rife in society but for some reason really run rampant in the Hair beauty industry.

We have salon managers and owners who fear educating there staff to much. We have staff who hate to admit they have an issues or don’t understand. Will not admit that they want or need more education, skill and knowledge.

We have professional Colour companies who market them selves with being professional. But flood the market with home colour kits. With little or no care for the effect on the high street salon, the stylist trying to make a living build up a clientele not to mention the damage long term use can do from use of home colour.

Colour Companies that offer education to some to degree but maybe not fully transparent when it comes to formulation ! Maybe not totally honest about all the chemistry of any given product need to know bases! misleading.

We have schools Colleges, Academy’s. All offering a level of training but! How qualified? How up to date are those trainers? How much do they really care? How skilled are they? How current are they?

We have young people coming into the industry with a false idea of how successful they can be. How much there is to learn. How long it takes to be a success.

We have Stylist who reach a level of qualification and then sit back knowing everything knowing nothing? why is this?

We have all these different governing bodies have you ever tried contacting them to ask for a meeting or some information? good luck with that one.

Am I out spoken? Well maybe but it’s done it’s said to create discussion, to open up debate, to see who really cares! Not to be politically correct.

I have over the years worked with  many like minded passionate industry professional and they are all of the mind that things could be better standards raised, knowledge shared. education improved so what can we do how can we make a difference?

How can we encourage an exchange of knowledge and information. disclosing of product information in an open transparent manner.  One with sales teams working with and supporting education. Stylist who constantly want to up-date. Teachers trainers. Who really care how to encourage the young stylist to have higher standards, skill, who pride themselves in levels of Service and consultation.

This is possible by net working sharing reaching out. We have so many mediums available to us  this is such a huge multifaceted Industry. It’s exciting vibrant. It’s constantly growing, changing evolving, whilst at the same time standing still .

I have set up the Linked in professional hairdressing net work in the hopes of attracting like minded people to join share and debate. Many thanks Mike B2MR

Professional  hairdressing knowledge net work.

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My Blog and all links can be accessed via my web site.

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Hair Stylist’s are we the product? service and skill?


Back2myroots : A place to share thoughts and grow idea’s. B2MR

 

 

I find the more I write and think about topic’s to keep my little blog up to date and interesting. The more I reflect on. What it means to me! what I can offer! What can I share to keep them current and interesting:

In working through this thought process it brings me back to the key point of what we all do and offer service.

Yes it’s skill it’s knowledge it’s communication but none of this matters if we don’t offer. Good service and good value for money service. Value for money does not mean discount or cheap just value.

What is the product we market?

It’s our skill, creativity, knowledge. ability to listen to communicate, honesty,

Oh yes and that all important consultation.

We are in the business of offering advise we are also specialist in solving problems!

So we are in a very unique business.

We have a wonderful opportunity to use the many skills gained, utilise the tools at our disposal to do our job to apply our trade. We have the ability to turn a bad day into a good day from disaster into success powerful stuff.

We have to think of ourselves as being totally unique in the service we offer and the skill we have for we are all different we all react in different ways this does not mean we are not part of a team and as such should not share thoughts idea’s we just all have something different to offer a different way of doing things.

The way we present our selves the appearance we project are all part of the personal image package that  is ‘I’ or ‘You’ this initial presentation is very important for it say this is me this is who i am!!!

 

                                       So what are we selling what are we promoting:

This is easy we sell. Ourselves our skill and talent. Creativity. We are expert in the business of creating image a look experts in finding solutions to problems having answers to question.

Because we are all so very different and as such offer our trade in our own unique way none of us will suite everyone personality issues conflict will always exist so when it happens don’t take it to heart it only becomes personal if you let it! [ so be the bigger person ] a little humility is ok this does not make you a door mat.

Something we as stylist also need to at least be aware of  as gain success get busy get a reputation is Ego just keep it in check a little ego is healthy but to much…………..! not so good.

So to be a good communicator a problem solver what tools do we need? Knowledge is the key here!

Knowledge is power.

With so many different products on the market especially with hair colour both professional and home kits and now an onslaught of new Nano technology [ this new hip term} prior to this every thing was multifaceted, What ever the wording the lingo we have be on top of it we have to be up to date with new products new formulations. How and why they work. How do we do this ?

Education, training up dates, sharing, and by asking questions?? Thing some of us are not so good at!

Remember this the only stupid question is the one we don’t ask!

Be informed have knowledge be a problem solver not a problem maker!

As always thoughts comments idea’s please,

Mike

To this ends we are given the challenge some time to correct badly coloured hair this could be from either a poor professional job or a hope colour gone wrong.

Colour correction is a skill knowing how to re-balance a pigment mantle as a stylist only embark on this if you have the skill and knowledge to take on the responsibility. As a client work with choose some one you trust for this journey. Also get an estimate of both cost and timing for said correction. have a consultation be informed.

As a follow on from yesterdays posting after correction care:

 

Post Home Haircoloring Tips:    [Above pretty bad almost green hair! ]    

                                                            before shot                 

Recommendations post-colour tips: 

It is recommended to wait 48 hours before washing your hair again after the initial color treatment is completed.  This gives new hues time to settle.

Always shampoo with lukewarm water.  Hot water will speed up color fading.

Use hair products specifically designed to protect coloured hair get professional advise.  Remember that some shampoo products designed to add volume will actually “blow up” the cuticle and thus cause hues to fade much faster.  Use products that are specifically labeled as “colour safe”

Shampoo less often.  Even permanent colors will fade faster with frequent washings.

Avoid the use of hot styling tools as much as possible.  Heat from either appliances or the sun will speed up color loss. When possible, air dry coloured strands.

When out in the sun or when swimming in a pool hats! Sun, surf, sand all the S things and pool chemicals may leach out precious tones or in some cases, cause color to fade or even worse, turn brassy or odd shades of green or orange.

Treat colored hair with care and respect invest in good quality products that work within your budget   and remember to deep condition on a regular basis to counteract dryness.

 Resist the urge to recolor again before at least 2 weeks has passed.  Remember, less is more.

 Avoid any other chemical processes for at least one month.  Keep in mind that perms or chemical straightening procedures may cause hair colors to be altered.

I would always recommend doing a skin test prior to any application it’s always best to be safe.

 

                                                {Above make over from above shot}

With some though sight and thinking it is possible to go from a muddy sludge to vibrant colour just takes time and patients:

In Closing:

If you plan on becoming a home hair colour jockey, consider starting a special journal or notebook so you can write down a record of each treatment.  Note the products that you used and the results.Over time you may discover little tricks that make your colouring techniques more streamlined or successful.

I hope this guide is helpful and saves some of the pit falls that can happen when entering the world of home hair colour and correction if required.

Mike B2MR

 
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Hair salon service and up sales


I am working on an article to cover this topic of up sales and why many stylist’s struggle with the concept of offer advising on other salon services.know as up selling.

Dare to push the envelope

 
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Posted by on June 29, 2011 in Beauty hair salon

 

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GET OFF THE SALES ROLLERCOASTER is your first step to achieving consistently high salon sales.

You have way more control than you realise when it comes to managing and retaining your clients -follow every step in this book and get off the sales rollercoaster.

From increasing sales through your appointment book to your in-salon marketing system, this step by step action plan is everything will take you a whole lot closer to having the salon you only dreamed was possible

 

 

I’m so excited that soon material and links will be added to both my website and blog so that i can share these wonderful tools with hairdresser’s stylist’s trainee’s

This will also provide access to the mentoring consultation program provided by and Karen and her husband David.they both have such commitment and vision.

 

 

 

 

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In writing Double Your Salon Succes, Karen Lynch shows she has a true understanding of the hairdressing world. She reveals the very essence of what makes for success by identifying the combination of service, consultation and sales that are needed to grow and be current. This book encapsulates so much of what we as stylists forget or take for granted. As Karen shares with us Pamela and Skye’s journey, she takes us on a roller coaster ride from start to finish. She reveals their struggle to make their dream a reality which is at times frustrating and emotionally upsetting and at other times exhilarating. As we read, we think “hey, that could be me; that is so right; what a great idea.” From start to finish, this book is a thought provoking and entertaining read that will leave you wanting to take the challenge to walk a new path to success.

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