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Tips for Selecting Equipment and Supplies for a Barbershop or Salon
The following are some tips for selecting equipment and supplies for a barbershop or salon:

Tip #1: Don’t allow appearance to outweigh practicality
All of the equipment and supplies you select for your barbershop or salon are there to serve a purpose. Scissors, hair clippers, and blow dryers should, of course, do their job well. Whenever anything comes in contact with part of a person, it will need to be thoroughly cleaned before being used on someone else. Barbershop and salon equipment that is difficult to clean will decrease your efficiency. You want to purchase supplies that look nice, but don’t let appearance interfere with your investment. Equipment that is too hard to use is a waste of time and money.

Tip #2: Check on warranties and guarantees
Equipment with a money back guarantee or a limited warranty is always the way to go, especially when purchasing supplies that are expensive or are only available in bulk. You don’t want to get stuck with something that sounds wonderful but doesn’t work as well as it is supposed to.

Tip #3: Excess is often best
Barbershops and beauty salons will need plenty of regularly used supplies. Shampoo and conditioner, towels, shaving cream, combs, and hair clips are all items your business can never have enough of. Once you find a brand you enjoy, don’t hesitate to order these supplies in bulk. Some wholesale suppliers offer discounts to repeat customers or those that order a large quantity of certain items.

Tip #4: Don’t forget the extras
When stocking your barbershop or beauty salon, don’t forget about those little extras that will make a good impression on your clients. A comfortable reception area, including chairs and magazines, is important. An easy way to earn extra money is to make the quality shampoo, conditioner, and other hair care products you use available to clients. When bought in bulk – and with the proper recommendations from you and your staff – you could make a hefty profit on these supplies alone.

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Sally Beauty Supply Write review for this local business
4429 N State St, Jackson, MS 39206
(601) 362-1537  
Mississippi Grinding Works & Barber Supplies Write review for this local business
336 Meadowbrook Rd, Jackson, MS 39206
(601) 713-0336  
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896 Centre St, Ridgeland, MS 39157
(601) 991-3433  
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(601) 636-8948  
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3720 Hardy St, Hattiesburg, MS 39402
(601) 264-7803  
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1200 Lasalle St Ste 3, Mccomb, MS 39648
(601) 684-1935  
Bargain Beauty Supply Write review for this local business
222 Main St, Mccomb, MS 39648
(601) 600-3500  
Sally Beauty Supply Write review for this local business
352 John R Junkin Dr Unit 104, Natchez, MS 39120
(601) 304-0407  
Beauty Land Beauty Supply Write review for this local business
716 Bartur St, Hattiesburg, MS 39401
(601) 545-5309  
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Sales of equipment and supplies to barber shops and beauty salons generally goes through wholesalers. Such shops can use large quantities of shampoo and conditioner. They also require furniture and equipment. Furniture includes specialist chairs and built in bowls for washing hair. It may also include the traditional rotating red and white barber's pole.

Distributors and manufacturers tend to seek long term relationships with specific shops and salons. Given the quantity of supplies over time, they handle these accounts carefully. Barbers may also order razors, shavers and cream. Hair tonic is also used. Beauty salons may also buy skin care and makeup, either from the same distributor or a different one. Less frequent are purchases of new scissors, shears and towels. Salons also use robes to protect their customers' clothing. Both wet and dry trims are performed, with the former being more common in salons where complicated styles are created. Needless to say, brushes and other styling tools are also important.

Salesmen need to create and sustain relationships with shops and professionals. They need to be aware of the qualities and selling points of various supplies. This requires some understanding of the barber and beauty industries. In some cases, they may be involved extensively in the process of refurbishing a shop or opening a new one. They may need to give advice to relatively inexperienced individuals.

Supplies are generally distributed by truck, and drivers are needed to move them both locally and over considerable distances.

Hair cuts are important to all of us, and professional barbers and hair stylists are a stable industry. Therefore, providing their supplies is a solid area.