Professional Beauty September magazine: the highlights
The September issue of Professional Beauty magazine has arrived, and it delivers information to help you operate a successful salon, spa and/or mobile/home-based beauty business.
This month we cover: an in-depth guide to incorporating sound healing into your spa offering, the new Shear Haven domestic violence training for salons, and everything you need to know about light-based facials.
Hellen Ward also explores the ongoing challenges being faced by salon owners in the “new normal” post-coronavirus, and we catch up with chief executive of Aire Ancient Baths, Amadeo Serra, to find out why he thinks the UK is ripe to embrace ancient bathing rituals.
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Professional Beauty September magazine highlights include:
Test the water – The role water plays in mental and physical wellbeing is growing as Aire brings its ancient baths concept to London. We explore how it works.
Talking to… Liz McKeon – The salon business expert and PB London speaker reveals why she’s UK ambassador for Shear Haven’s domestic violence salon training.
See the light – Aesthetician Kerry Belba reveals how you can create bespoke, light-based facials for clients that deliver results.
The stars of salon software – We round-up the most exciting updates in the world of salon software to help you streamline and strengthen your business post-pandemic.
Ward’s World – Hellen Ward on the ongoing challenges for salon owners in the new normal.
Bouncing back – The business lessons and skills you can learn at Professional Beauty London’s education programme at ExCeL on October 17–18.
Ask the experts – Helping clients to take a step back from your salon business, and tackling grey market sales.
Q&A – Jean-Guy de Gabriac on this year’s World Wellness Weekend and the World Spa & Wellness Convention.
New products – Hot launches from Biologique Recherche, Dermalogica, Heaven and more.
Treatment news – New facials for dull skin by Espa and Germaine de Capuccini.
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COVER IMAGE: HAIR: BAD APPLE HAIR ART TEAM USING SCHWARZKOPF PROFESSIONAL BLONDE-ME; MAKE-UP: ABI PREECE; STYLING: BAD APPLE HAIR ART TEAM; PHOTOGRAPHY: RICHARD MILES.
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