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4 Surprising Ways to Make More Money in Your Beauty Business

I love the beauty of business, especially when the profit margins are high. If you’re looking to make more money in your business, then this blog post is for you. I’m sharing my secret sauce to uncovering hidden coins in your beauty biz. I can’t let another day go by without giving you strategies to make more revenue and stop leaving money on the table.

Offer first-time client incentives. First impressions are everything, and if they are done right, it could be a lasting one. Research shows that it can cost up to 30 times as much to get a new customer as it does to keep an existing one. So, why go against the grain?

Boost repeat customer business with a first-time customer incentive to keep your new client around for the long haul. Offers can range from free or discounted incentives on products that you sell or a percentage off your services.

Not only is it just as essential to retain your customers than acquire, but the return on investment (ROI) is often greater too. Loyal customers tend to spend more than new customers. They have been around long enough to trust you and services.

Upsell Every Customer. You’re probably thinking that upselling involves tons of hard work and awkward sales pitches. But that could not be further from the truth. Half of the battle with upselling is knowing when to present the upsell opportunity. Here are four times to upsell your next customer:

1. When booking the appointment.

2. When checking into the appointment.

3. While the client is waiting for their service to begin.

4. During the consultation.

Knowing which products to recommend to the customer is the other reason why most salon staff avoid upselling. Upsells are only successful when they’re relevant to the original purchase.

One salon owner adds, “We stocked up on product samples, and when we provide these to our guests, we record their information and the samples that they tried so we can follow up with them on their experience with these products.

We offer an incentive to come back and purchase these products. We find that our guests are very likely to come back and make a purchase if they have had the opportunity to try the products first.”

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Add a slow day promotion to your marketing plan. Center Salon increased its revenue by 17% by implementing a slow day promotions campaign into their hair salon marketing tactics.

“We slowly built up our business on Sunday and Monday to where our top producers are able to be fully booked those days. We are trying to have newer team members work the traditional busy Fridays and Saturdays to capture and retain new business," says the owner.

Creating an incentive for customers who purchase services on days that are typically slower than your peak earning days will undoubtedly generate a bump in revenue. Instead of adding an entire day of work to your week, consider adding a few hours to that particular day and the rest of the day.

Market to niche audiences. When I started to market to brides, we saw a significant increase in income. Marketing my makeup and hair services to brides has a substantial upside to my revenue during wedding season and offseason as well. We generate revenue during the bridal trial, and on the wedding day, we then cross-sell the bridal party and incentivize the bride tribe to return for services post-wedding.

Marketing to brides and weddings may not be your jam, but there are so many other niche opportunities for you to explore. When thinking of specialty niches consider age groups like kids or seniors or local organizations and groups.

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5 Secret Ways to Attract the Clients You Love to Your Beauty Business

We all want those dream customers that come back all the time, love our services, and refer all of their friends—and lots of them.

The great thing about the beauty business is you can have your cake and eat it too, (and by cake, I mean a business you love with clients you love just as much).

Here are my five secret tips for growing your beauty business and attracting your ideal customer.

Identify your dream client.

To attract your dream customer, you must identify who they are. Start by creating a profile for your ideal client. Try to be as detailed as possible.

Determine your worth.

For your prospects to value what you do, you must first assess it yourself. Determine your worth, then set your prices to reflect your value.

Go where your clients are.

To attract your ideal customers, you have to go to their hangout spots. Being consistently present so your ideal clients can find you is an essential marketing strategy. If they are on Instagram or Pinterest, you should be there too.

Offer services and products they want.

It’s important to offer services or create products that your target customer wants, not just things you want to provide. Remember a goal in business is to solve a problem for your savvy customer. If you don’t service their needs another business will.

Hold yourself accountable.

This tip is the most important. It’s the one thing to say you’re going to do all of these things for your business, but it’s another to roll up your sleeves and do it. I recommend finding an accountability partner. An accountability partner can lend support, offer constructive criticism on new ideas, and make sure you stay on top of your to do’s.

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