Salons, Installers and Trade Customers Information

kattygurl Hair Extensions supplies many salons and installers with wholesale priced extensions. We offer overnight shipping to most places in New Zealand and have knowledgeable staff to help you with your selection.

 


You can set your salon apart from the competition by developing an expertise in hair extensions. Some salons have found the hair extension installation and maintenance can increase turnover a healthy 12 percent or more. As word of your expertise spreads, the success of this profit-building service will continue to snowball.

One way to increase awareness and demand is to post before and after images on Facebook and some tweets on Twitter. At kattygurl we have a very active social media presence and we are always happy to promote our trade customers before and after shots on our facebook page. We usually find this sparks interest and you will have people calling your salon for extensions. kattygurl suggest the following six tips for salons interested in growing their extension business:

1. Training is the key. We highly recommend training several stylists in the salon to do hair extensions. This helps to seriously boost the salon’s income. In many cases, clients have a personal relationship with their stylist and trust his or her opinion, so it’s beneficial to offer many stylist options. Let us know if you need more information about training options in New Zealand.

2. Special packages for extension clients.
Some salons sell blowout packages and treatments for clients with hair extensions. Sometimes, after having extensions, clients need help blowing out their own hair. This creates a weekly standing appointment.

3. Educate the client on maintenance.
Extensions must be maintained. The maintenance services help to fill up a stylist’s book with more services, resulting in more income in both the stylists’ and the salon’s pocket.

4. Satisfied clients make the best referrals.
Clients who go through a dramatic change, such as hair extensions, create a buzz in their social circles. Many salons find they will get an average of 3-6 new clients every time they do a new set of extensions, which helps to boost the salon clientele which adds up to big dollars.

5. Offer specialised products.
With hair extensions, customers should be using a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner combo such as our X-ten range to maintain the integrity of the tape. Specialist loop brushes and other hair care products adds up to higher retail sales.

6. Quality matters.
At kattygurl, our focus is on long term customer satisfaction. In addition to our everyday budget products, we also offer premium quality tape and I tip extensions.

 

To get started, please phone Roxanne on 07 578 5756 or 027 270 8188 to set up your trade account.

OPENING UP YOUR SALON to new service possibilities may require an investment in new product lines and staff education, but it can also help you tap new demographics and revenue streams.

In northern New Jersey, Eric Alt has set his three namesake salons apart from the competition by developing an expertise in hair extensions. Today, the category represents a healthy 12 percent of his business, and Alt expects the success of this profi t-building service will continue to snowball.

After Alt participated in the DKNY show for Fashion Week, he posted before and after images on Facebook and some tweets on Twitter. “It’s free promotion with the potential for huge return,” he says. “Afterward, we had tons of people calling our salons for extensions.” Alt offers the following seven tips for salons interested in growing their extension business:

1. Training is the key.
“I highly recommend training several stylists in the salon to do hair extensions,” he says. “This helps to seriously boost the salon’s income. In many cases, clients have a personal relationship with their stylist and trust his or her opinion, so it’s beneficial to offer many stylist options.”

2. Special packages for extension clients.
“My salon sells blowout packages and treatments for clients with hair extensions. Sometimes, after having extensions, clients need help blowing out their own hair. This creates a weekly standing appointment.”

3. Educate the client on maintenance.
“Extensions must be maintained. The maintenance services help to fill up a stylist’s book with more services, resulting in more income in both the stylists’ and the salon’s pocket,” says Alt.

4. Offer custom-coloring or highlighting.
“In many cases, the extension service must be followed up with a coloring or highlighting service to better blend the extensions with the natural hair,” he says. “As a result, this helps boost the client ticket, and sometimes creates a new color client for the salon.”

5. Satisfied clients make the best referrals.
“Clients who go through a dramatic change, such as hair extensions, create a buzz in their social circles,” advises Alt. “We get an average of 3-6 new clients every time we do a new set of extensions, which helps to boost the salon clientele which adds up to big dollars.”

6. Offer specialized products.
“With hair extensions, you should be using a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner combo to maintain the integrity of the glue,” comments Alt. “This adds up to higher retail sales.”

7. Quality matters.
“You’re always better off using high-quality human hair extensions because you can color them and also curl and fl atiron them. This is important so the extensions can be treated just like the client’s hair.
- See more at: http://www.salontoday.com/features/salon-management/increasing_your_business_with_hair_extensions_125302898.html?source=related#sthash.lKXnNwAQ.dpuf
OPENING UP YOUR SALON to new service possibilities may require an investment in new product lines and staff education, but it can also help you tap new demographics and revenue streams.

In northern New Jersey, Eric Alt has set his three namesake salons apart from the competition by developing an expertise in hair extensions. Today, the category represents a healthy 12 percent of his business, and Alt expects the success of this profi t-building service will continue to snowball.

After Alt participated in the DKNY show for Fashion Week, he posted before and after images on Facebook and some tweets on Twitter. “It’s free promotion with the potential for huge return,” he says. “Afterward, we had tons of people calling our salons for extensions.” Alt offers the following seven tips for salons interested in growing their extension business:

1. Training is the key.
“I highly recommend training several stylists in the salon to do hair extensions,” he says. “This helps to seriously boost the salon’s income. In many cases, clients have a personal relationship with their stylist and trust his or her opinion, so it’s beneficial to offer many stylist options.”

2. Special packages for extension clients.
“My salon sells blowout packages and treatments for clients with hair extensions. Sometimes, after having extensions, clients need help blowing out their own hair. This creates a weekly standing appointment.”

3. Educate the client on maintenance.
“Extensions must be maintained. The maintenance services help to fill up a stylist’s book with more services, resulting in more income in both the stylists’ and the salon’s pocket,” says Alt.

4. Offer custom-coloring or highlighting.
“In many cases, the extension service must be followed up with a coloring or highlighting service to better blend the extensions with the natural hair,” he says. “As a result, this helps boost the client ticket, and sometimes creates a new color client for the salon.”

5. Satisfied clients make the best referrals.
“Clients who go through a dramatic change, such as hair extensions, create a buzz in their social circles,” advises Alt. “We get an average of 3-6 new clients every time we do a new set of extensions, which helps to boost the salon clientele which adds up to big dollars.”

6. Offer specialized products.
“With hair extensions, you should be using a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner combo to maintain the integrity of the glue,” comments Alt. “This adds up to higher retail sales.”

7. Quality matters.
“You’re always better off using high-quality human hair extensions because you can color them and also curl and fl atiron them. This is important so the extensions can be treated just like the client’s hair.
- See more at: http://www.salontoday.com/features/salon-management/increasing_your_business_with_hair_extensions_125302898.html?source=related#sthash.lKXnNwAQ.dpuf
OPENING UP YOUR SALON to new service possibilities may require an investment in new product lines and staff education, but it can also help you tap new demographics and revenue streams.

In northern New Jersey, Eric Alt has set his three namesake salons apart from the competition by developing an expertise in hair extensions. Today, the category represents a healthy 12 percent of his business, and Alt expects the success of this profi t-building service will continue to snowball.

After Alt participated in the DKNY show for Fashion Week, he posted before and after images on Facebook and some tweets on Twitter. “It’s free promotion with the potential for huge return,” he says. “Afterward, we had tons of people calling our salons for extensions.” Alt offers the following seven tips for salons interested in growing their extension business:

1. Training is the key.
“I highly recommend training several stylists in the salon to do hair extensions,” he says. “This helps to seriously boost the salon’s income. In many cases, clients have a personal relationship with their stylist and trust his or her opinion, so it’s beneficial to offer many stylist options.”

2. Special packages for extension clients.
“My salon sells blowout packages and treatments for clients with hair extensions. Sometimes, after having extensions, clients need help blowing out their own hair. This creates a weekly standing appointment.”

3. Educate the client on maintenance.
“Extensions must be maintained. The maintenance services help to fill up a stylist’s book with more services, resulting in more income in both the stylists’ and the salon’s pocket,” says Alt.

4. Offer custom-coloring or highlighting.
“In many cases, the extension service must be followed up with a coloring or highlighting service to better blend the extensions with the natural hair,” he says. “As a result, this helps boost the client ticket, and sometimes creates a new color client for the salon.”

5. Satisfied clients make the best referrals.
“Clients who go through a dramatic change, such as hair extensions, create a buzz in their social circles,” advises Alt. “We get an average of 3-6 new clients every time we do a new set of extensions, which helps to boost the salon clientele which adds up to big dollars.”

6. Offer specialized products.
“With hair extensions, you should be using a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner combo to maintain the integrity of the glue,” comments Alt. “This adds up to higher retail sales.”

7. Quality matters.
“You’re always better off using high-quality human hair extensions because you can color them and also curl and fl atiron them. This is important so the extensions can be treated just like the client’s hair.
- See more at: http://www.salontoday.com/features/salon-management/increasing_your_business_with_hair_extensions_125302898.html?source=related#sthash.lKXnNwAQ.dpuf
OPENING UP YOUR SALON to new service possibilities may require an investment in new product lines and staff education, but it can also help you tap new demographics and revenue streams.

In northern New Jersey, Eric Alt has set his three namesake salons apart from the competition by developing an expertise in hair extensions. Today, the category represents a healthy 12 percent of his business, and Alt expects the success of this profi t-building service will continue to snowball.

After Alt participated in the DKNY show for Fashion Week, he posted before and after images on Facebook and some tweets on Twitter. “It’s free promotion with the potential for huge return,” he says. “Afterward, we had tons of people calling our salons for extensions.” Alt offers the following seven tips for salons interested in growing their extension business:

1. Training is the key.
“I highly recommend training several stylists in the salon to do hair extensions,” he says. “This helps to seriously boost the salon’s income. In many cases, clients have a personal relationship with their stylist and trust his or her opinion, so it’s beneficial to offer many stylist options.”

2. Special packages for extension clients.
“My salon sells blowout packages and treatments for clients with hair extensions. Sometimes, after having extensions, clients need help blowing out their own hair. This creates a weekly standing appointment.”

3. Educate the client on maintenance.
“Extensions must be maintained. The maintenance services help to fill up a stylist’s book with more services, resulting in more income in both the stylists’ and the salon’s pocket,” says Alt.

4. Offer custom-coloring or highlighting.
“In many cases, the extension service must be followed up with a coloring or highlighting service to better blend the extensions with the natural hair,” he says. “As a result, this helps boost the client ticket, and sometimes creates a new color client for the salon.”

5. Satisfied clients make the best referrals.
“Clients who go through a dramatic change, such as hair extensions, create a buzz in their social circles,” advises Alt. “We get an average of 3-6 new clients every time we do a new set of extensions, which helps to boost the salon clientele which adds up to big dollars.”

6. Offer specialized products.
“With hair extensions, you should be using a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner combo to maintain the integrity of the glue,” comments Alt. “This adds up to higher retail sales.”

7. Quality matters.
“You’re always better off using high-quality human hair extensions because you can color them and also curl and fl atiron them. This is important so the extensions can be treated just like the client’s hair.
- See more at: http://www.salontoday.com/features/salon-management/increasing_your_business_with_hair_extensions_125302898.html?source=related#sthash.lKXnNwAQ.dpuf
OPENING UP YOUR SALON to new service possibilities may require an investment in new product lines and staff education, but it can also help you tap new demographics and revenue streams.

In northern New Jersey, Eric Alt has set his three namesake salons apart from the competition by developing an expertise in hair extensions. Today, the category represents a healthy 12 percent of his business, and Alt expects the success of this profi t-building service will continue to snowball.

After Alt participated in the DKNY show for Fashion Week, he posted before and after images on Facebook and some tweets on Twitter. “It’s free promotion with the potential for huge return,” he says. “Afterward, we had tons of people calling our salons for extensions.” Alt offers the following seven tips for salons interested in growing their extension business:

1. Training is the key.
“I highly recommend training several stylists in the salon to do hair extensions,” he says. “This helps to seriously boost the salon’s income. In many cases, clients have a personal relationship with their stylist and trust his or her opinion, so it’s beneficial to offer many stylist options.”

2. Special packages for extension clients.
“My salon sells blowout packages and treatments for clients with hair extensions. Sometimes, after having extensions, clients need help blowing out their own hair. This creates a weekly standing appointment.”

3. Educate the client on maintenance.
“Extensions must be maintained. The maintenance services help to fill up a stylist’s book with more services, resulting in more income in both the stylists’ and the salon’s pocket,” says Alt.

4. Offer custom-coloring or highlighting.
“In many cases, the extension service must be followed up with a coloring or highlighting service to better blend the extensions with the natural hair,” he says. “As a result, this helps boost the client ticket, and sometimes creates a new color client for the salon.”

5. Satisfied clients make the best referrals.
“Clients who go through a dramatic change, such as hair extensions, create a buzz in their social circles,” advises Alt. “We get an average of 3-6 new clients every time we do a new set of extensions, which helps to boost the salon clientele which adds up to big dollars.”

6. Offer specialized products.
“With hair extensions, you should be using a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner combo to maintain the integrity of the glue,” comments Alt. “This adds up to higher retail sales.”

7. Quality matters.
“You’re always better off using high-quality human hair extensions because you can color them and also curl and fl atiron them. This is important so the extensions can be treated just like the client’s hair.
- See more at: http://www.salontoday.com/features/salon-management/increasing_your_business_with_hair_extensions_125302898.html?source=related#sthash.lKXnNwAQ.dpuf

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