Coming up in March
The March issue of Professional Beauty includes our exclusive annual salary survey, plus tips on recruitment, nail trends, and treating pregnant clients. Visitors to the PB show will be the first to grab a copy from one of the many PB stands in the hall.
Just a few of the highlights you can look forward to in this issue are:
Baby on board
Specialising in mum-to-be treatments can boost your profits and set you apart from your competitors. Amanda Pauley finds out the dos and don’ts in our five-page special. During pregnancy, clients can often feel tired, emotional and achy, having to deal with a whole host of ailments as their pregnancy progresses. A tailored, restorative treatment can be a great way to de-stress, and with research backing the benefits of massage for mums-to-be, the industry is seeing a shift in salons now specialising in these sought-out treatments.
As pro nail brands unveil their SS16 collections we reveal how you can work these colours and textures into your salon offering, exploring the latest trends and techniques to maximise them. Whether clients opt for a block colour or a more detailed design to complement their clothes, you can be sure that this season’s fashion trends and colours will be on their minds when it comes to their manicures. We pinpoint some of the hottest trends spotted on the catwalks and high streets for spring/summer 2016, and to see how the brands and top techs have translated them into wearable nail art looks and colours for any client.
Our annual salary survey explores the rates of pay and career options in spas and salons up and down the country. There has been change in the industry since we last analysed salary expectations. There has been a notable salary increase for therapist positions since last year, with the most significant growth seen in the South West. Find out why and how the rest of the UK compares in the March issue.
The March issue is on its way to subscribers now. A digital version can be bought online for £1.49 – or just £5 for 12 issues. The print edition is just £37 for an annual 12-issue subscription. Make sure you’re always the first to read the news and trends by subscribing online.