If you are a salon owner, technician, vendor or wholesaler, you probably have questions about how the Coronavirus will impact you and the hair industry. A majority of the hair used comes from China and other countries in that region. At the rate the virus is spreading, the concerns are valid and possibly already starting to have the potential for long term impact on this and many other industries.
Much is still unknown about how the US/China Trade Wars will play out. One thing we do know is that it was initiated by the United States (US) President Donald Trump, and characterized by increasing tariffs and other trade barriers with China.
Josif Wittnik is the “Elton John” of the industry. His wardrobe is spectacular and unafraid, his presentation is entertaining and upbeat, and his fame precedes him. But, most of all, Josif is one of the most sought-after teachers in the hair enhancement and restoration sector.
Whether it’s because of the multiple lawsuits, friends in the program, or perhaps the more positive reactions, you’ve most likely heard of the American-based hair care company Monat. Founded in 2014, Monat operates through a multi-level marketing scheme.
The most desirable market out there is the women who know EXACTLY what they want, and won’t settle for less. They’re looking for the best, and are willing to pay for it. Obviously, they’re also the hardest to please.
Today’s most popular hair removal options include waxing, threading, shaving, electrolysis, and laser hair removal. The only two that successfully remove hair on a permanent basis are electrolysis and laser treatments.