Professional Beauty - January 2022

In this edition

EDITOR’S COMMENTThe New Year is always a time to
NEWSSustainability, waterless products and landscape nail art top
PROFESSIONALBEAUTY.CO.UKWe take a look inside PB’s digital world
GETTING IT RIGHT FOR GOOGLEAs Google’s algorithm changes to favour questions, Kat Rodway explains how to adapt your content to make sure you are seen by customers
INSIDER BEAUTYOur exclusive monthly benchmarking stats for each sector of the market
INSIDER SPAPRETTY LITTLE THING With customers now focusing more
INSIDER NAILSPHOEBE This month, the focus has been on
HELP YOURSELFAs we make plans for a positive 2022, Hellen Ward shares 10 life lessons to get you and your business off to the right start
T LEVELS EXPLAINEDT Level industry placements will shape the talent of tomorrow and address the entry-level skills shortage. NCFE & VTCT explain how
WHAT’S NEW FROM FRESHA?The world’s best salon software keeps getting better. Here’s what’s new and coming up
ASK THE EXPERTSOur beauty experts answer your questions about every aspect of running a salon or spa business
TALKING TO… GEMMA HOLTThe owner of PB Awardwinning Lily’s Beauty Salon tells Amanda Pauley how she carved out a career against all odds, the benefits of specialising in holistic therapy, and how she’s generating retail sales on a par with treatment revenue
HOW SELF TAN BECAME SELF-CAREAfter a turbulent 18 months, tanning has become so much more than a way for clients to get their glow on. Melanie Macleod speaks to the experts about why tanning is more vital than ever on your treatment menu and the 2022 trends to look out for
THE 2022 TANNING KITThese are the new tanning innovations to add to your kit this season so you can give clients a flawless faux glow
SPOTLIGHT ON...VITAMIN AIt’s the skincare industry’s wonder ingredient for anti-ageing, but do you know why vitamin A has such a stellar reputation? Amanda Pauley outlines everything you need to know…
6 WAYS TO GROW AVERAGE CLIENT SPENDWith most salons still looking to recoup losses incurred during last year’s closures, Liz McKeon offers up some tried-and-tested methods to increase average spend
COLLABORATION IS KEYAs more collaborative workspaces open across the country, self-employed therapists are being offered a new way of working. Lollie Hancock finds out how these spaces are benefitting professionals
RISE OF THE MACHINEThis month’s treatment launches offer advanced technologies to treat both face and body
BOTANICAL BLENDSThis month’s launches include smart skin, nail and waxing systems powered by potent plant-based formulations
TRICKS OF THE TRADEStrictly Come Dancing and celebrity make-up artist Lisa Armstrong shares her top tips for breaking into the make-up industry and the importance of keeping hygienic
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