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Choosing the Right Salon Compensation Model For You
Are you a salon owner (or planning to become one), but you’re unsure which salon compensation system to use? You’re not alone! There are several different options, and your preference may differ based on your management style.
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As with many businesses, salons face busy and slow periods throughout the year. While slow periods can be frustrating, you can utilize this time to improve your business, prepare for the next busy season, and become more successful.
As a stylist, clients come to you for your perspective, expertise, and eye for what looks good. It’s wonderful when a client comes to you with a new style you know they’ll rock, but it’s not as fun when a client requests a style that isn’t right for them. So, how do you tell a client you don’t think a style is a good fit?
Like many industries, the beauty industry is experiencing a shortage of new talent. This can cause stress on your existing business as you receive more client requests with the same amount of time in your day. Here are a few ways to efficiently manage clients.

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