Welcome back to our blog page here at Hairskeen USA — the world’s finest option for men’s hair replacement services. For almost 20 years, Hairskeen has been working endlessly to get the best toupee alternatives to the world. Our products are so much more than hairpieces; we offer something that is giving men young and old back their quality of life. As a hair stylist, salon owner, or barber, you can understand how great it feels to give your customer an amazing cut or style. Imagining being able to give them the gift of the kind of hair they haven’t had in decades, if ever. Restoring full and beautiful hair to someone who has felt belittled, shamed, and depressed over his hair loss is something that we are passionate about, and we know that you are too. To learn more about this exciting opportunity for your forward-thinking salon, reach out to our resident hair experts at Hairskeen.
Unless we’re talking about a place like Supercuts or Sport Clips, most hair salons and barber shops tend to have their own aesthetic and feel. You can almost know exactly what a salon is going for as soon as you walk in the door. You’re immediately noticing the decor, you’re smelling the purposeful aroma of the diffuser in the lobby, and you’re hearing whatever brand of trendy music that’s being played over the salon-wide speaker system.
Since all hair service businesses have a desired goal for the look and feel that their customers experience, it’s valuable to know what you’re salon is saying to the clients and potential clients who walk through the door. Whether or not you want your salon to give off a tone, it definitely will, so make sure that it’s the tone you’ve been going for. In today’s two-part blog, we’re going to take a look at some of the additions that the trendiest salons in the country are implementing.
Ambiance and Decor
The decor of a business really sets the tone for what kind of clients it will bring in. The corporate salons that focus on sports and market toward men find that they get mostly men as customers. What does your decor say about your salon?
The Style of a Bygone Era – Whether you’ve got simple geometrical patterns that remind us of the 60s and 70s or you’ve got a checkered floor that looks like it could date back to the 50s, make sure that the era and style of your decor fit within a theme.
Open Space – The open floor plan is one that has been stylish and popular in homes and businesses for decades. People love the feeling of wide open spaces with the absence of small, confined rooms.
Rustic – Call this style vintage, shabby-chic, farmhouse, or anything else and it’s all going to have a similar feel. This look has been popular for a few years now and it doesn’t seem to be going away any time soon.
The decor of your salon is very important, but it’s not all there is. Join us for part two of our trendy salon blog and in the meantime, check out Hairskeen’s gallery, read about our story, and learn how to get Hairskeen in your salon or barbershop. Contact us today with questions or comments!