Digital Visibility Concepts specializes in digital marketing for hair salons, hair stylists, hairdressers, cosmetologists, beauty salons, styling salons, hairdressing salons, and any type of business involving hair styling. We can help you expand your online reach and attract more customers with customized marketing solutions for your hair salon business. Our industry specialists will put your hair salon on the map while working to help you achieve your business goals.
At DVC, we excel in multiple areas of digital marketing for hair salons. Our customized solutions are designed to help you steal the attention away from your competition and become a leader in the market, by making the smartest possible use of platforms such as Google, Bing, and Facebook. Our visibility solutions put you in front of people who are actively looking for a hair salon, hair stylist, or beauty salon. We’ll help you attract the new customers you need!
The hair styling market in the US is worth 47 billion dollars. You tell us your goals and objectives and let us know how much of that market you are trying to own. DVC will work non-stop to help you achieve that goal!
- Famous actor Danny DeVito is trained as a hairdresser.
- Hairdressers in ancient Egypt carried their tools in decorated cases.
- Modern hair dye was invented accidentally in the 19th century by English chemist William Henry Perkin. At the time, he was trying to create a malaria cure!
- What’s the difference between a barber and a hairstylist? Hairstylists serve both women and men, while barbers only perform men’s haircuts. Both hair stylists and barbers need a license to work in all 50 states.
- There are far more hairstylists than barbers. As of 2019, there were 656,100 hairstylists, hairdressers, and cosmetologists, and just 66,500 barbers.
- Being a hairstylist requires a lot of physical endurance, as hairstylists are generally standing up for their entire shift.
- Hairstylists these days need to be a lot more comfortable with technology than their predecessors. A typical hair salon uses accounting software, point of sale software, office suite software, and spreadsheet software. Some even use video editing software!
- The most important social skill for a hairstylist is probably active listening – clients definitely prefer it when their hairdresser listens to them!