List of spa salon equipment for opening your own beauty salon

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A beauty salon is an establishment that provides women with services to improve their beauty, such as hairdressing, manicuring, facial treatment, and massage. So if you are already planning to start your own beauty salon, you need to stop and go through my list of equipment and supplies that are essential for a salon. You should know that having the right equipment is what guarantees full customer satisfaction and also builds a good patronage. The beauty industry is getting bigger by the day. A beauty salon is very lucrative.

BEAUTY SALON EQUIPMENT LIST

Of course, your first move before delving into any business is to come up with a good master plan. Research your market and draw up a business plan, and then find a good location for your business. To ensure that the salon runs efficiently, you will also need some essential equipment, supplies and furniture for your beauty salon. A number of things go into establishing a good salon; from basic things like scissors and combs to large furniture like salon chairs and trolleys. You can purchase these supplies from a wholesaler but only as much as you need and later, you can add extra supplies according to your requirement. Before buying your equipment and supplies, you should bear in mind the number of customers you want to attend to at a time and the number of workers that you are planning to employ.

COMBS AND BRUSHES

You need to have the right hair brushes and hairdressing combs in your beauty salon. Here is a list:

  • Square Brush
  • Rattail Comb
  • Wide-Toothed Comb
  • Tail-End Comb
  • Round Brush
  • Two Vent Brushes
  • Paddle Brush
  • Two Smoothing Brushes
  • Thermal Brush
  • Teasing
  • Wide- Tooth Brushes
  • Rat-Tail Comb
  • Two-Tail Comb
  • Regular Brushes And Combs
  • Pitchfork
  • Rake Hair Brushes And Combs

ELECTRONIC GROOMING EQUIPMENT

You can ask your hairstylists for suggestions and recommendations on the types of scissors and clippers that they would like to use. Here is a sample list:

  • Trimming Scissors
  • Barber Scissor
  • Hair Clippers
  • Ridged Curling Iron
  • Curling Iron
  • Hair Straightener
  • Big Barrel Curler
  • Curling Comb Hair Dryer

HAIR STYLING TOOLS

To keep up with the different hair styling demands of your customers, you will need the latest hair styling tools. Always check some hair styling magazines to get an idea about the latest styling tools that are used in this business, but here is a sample list:

  • Hair Straighteners
  • Blow Dryers
  • Diffusers
  • Hair Curlers
  • Hot Rollers
  • Multi-Styling Kits

OTHER SUPPLIES

The other supplies that you would require for your hair salon include:

  • Hair Clips
  • Mixing Bowls
  • Aprons
  • Water Sprayers
  • Applicator Brushes
  • Paper Towels
  • Handheld Mirrors
  • Geyser
  • Rubber Gloves
  • Plastic Gloves
  • Hair Steamers/Hair Processors
  • Hood Dryers
  • Shampoo Bowls

PROFESSIONAL HAIR CARE PRODUCTS

  • Shampoos
  • Conditioners
  • Hair Straightening And Perming Kits
  • Styling Gels
  • Serums
  • Mousse
  • Hair Colors
  • Hair Dyes
  • Hair Extensions
  • Wigs

FURNITURES

  • HAIR STYLING CHAIRS: This is the most basic furniture that you will require for your hair salon. You will find a variety of hair styling chairs that comes in different colors and forms.
  • HAIR STYLING STATION: A hair styling station should include a mirror, storage drawers, tool compartments or tool holders and an electrical outlet. There are various designs and amenities provided with the hair styling station that you can choose from.
  • CARTS AND TROLLEYS: This very important furniture equipment allows hairstylists have all the styling tools right next to them while attending to a client. It enables easy storage and portability of the styling tools and keeps you organized.
  • RECEPTION DESK: The first place that your clients see is the reception area. So you will need a reception desk that is stylish. You can choose a large or a small reception desk; it depends on the layout of your salon, the size of your business and your budget.
  • WAITING AREA CHAIRS: You may not be able to attend to every client simultaneously. Clients might need to wait few minutes before their preferred stylist is free, hence the need for waiting area chairs for such clients. Waiting area seats can be either chairs or a couch, depending on your budget.
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