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Winter 2021 ANHC Meet & Greet

Winter 2021 ANHC Meet & Greet
event recap & highlights


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Who Makes More Money? Commission stylists or booth renters?

Who Makes More Money? Commission stylists or booth renters? 
conversation with Certified Public Accountant, Desarie Anderson of www.accountants4hairstylists.com

On Tuesday, January 8, 2019 ANHC Pro members will have an opportunity to chat with Certified Public Accountant, Desarie Anderson about commission vs. booth rental.  Desarie created the video below to answer the following question received she from a hair stylist working in Georgia (U.S. State).

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Hair Stylist vs. Platform Stylist

Platform Artistry
presented by Key Glover

On March 19, 2018, Key Glover led an ANHC Pro Midday Conversation about platform artistry.  Key Glover is an internationally recognized platform artist, educator and consultant. She has worked with many major brands including Mielle Organics, Basic Hair Care Systems, Curls Unleashed, and more.  Through her experience she has learned the differnce between being a hair stylist and being a platform stylist.  




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On-Demand Beauty

Today's On-Demand Beauty Apps
by Elaine Truesdale

How are on-demand apps like BeautyLynk, Tressenoire, and Colour effecting the hair care industry? On-demand beauty apps are a fast growing part of the beauty industry. These apps allow customers to book appointments for professional services to be done when and where they choose at a set rate. Rates range from just below salon rates to well above. So how does that effect the professional hair stylist?




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What does your future hold?

What does your future hold?
Moving from behind the chair means different things to different people.

On August 1, 2017, This Ugly Beauty Business posted "Quit Pressuring Professionals to be Salon Owners" by Tina.  




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Expanding Into Selling Your Own Products

Expanding Into Selling Your Own Products
by ANHC Pro Founder, Elaine Truesdale

There are several viable ways hair stylists seek to expand their offerings beyond styling hair behind the chair.  One of those is launching their own hair product line.  This is a good direction for hair stylists because stylists already have a customer base which trust their opinion on hair care.  However, there are several barriers to cross before a person can successfully enter the market place with a new product.  Those barriers include marketing, production, distribution, and sales.  Today we are going to talk about marketing, the last thing most people think about but the first thing you need to consider.

Before you can begin mass selling your product, whether your develop it yourself or select a pre-formulated private label product, you will need to do research and build a customer base.  Having loyal customers and advocates in place will make it easier for your to obtain investors, find manufacturers, and get you product into popular retail outlets.  Lets look at building your customer base from the bottom up.  




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