There are a huge variety of different treatments and equipment available for salons today, while some clients expect you to be a one stop shop for all their beauty needs, other clients prefer to visit a specialist for a specific treatment e.g. hot stone massage. So once you decide the types of treatments you plan to offer you can then look at the equipment you will require.

Key Items of Equipment when offering Nail Treatments

This is a must for almost any beauty salon even most hair salons offer nail treatments whilst you get your hair done. As a minimum offer mini, basic and luxury manicure/pedicure with the option of both standard and gel polishes. In addition, you may want to offer artificial nails or nail art also, the following is a list of equipment required to offer the treatments. 

    • Nail Station
    • Pedicure Station
    • Client Chair
    • Trolley
    • Therapist Chair
    • Nail Consumables (e.g., files, cotton wool, couch roll etc.)
    • Nail products (e.g. nail polishes, cuticle cream, cuticle remover, antiseptic etc.)
    • Nail kit (e.g. cuticle knife, manicure bowl, sterilizers, towels, scissors etc.)

 

Key Items of Equipment when Offering Massage and Facial Treatments

Whether you are mobile, renting a room in a salon/hotel or in a spa, massage and facials are extremely popular treatments. To offer this treatment the following is a list of the key equipment required: 

    • Beauty Couch
    • Trolley
    • Therapist Chair
    • Consumables (e.g. spatulas, cotton wool, couch roll etc.)
    • Products (e.g. massage oils, skin care products etc.)
    • Beauty kit (e.g. head bands, steamers, sterilizer, towels, bowls etc.)

 

 Key Items of Equipment when Offering Hairdressing or Barbering

Whether you are offering hairdressing for men or women or both, here are the main items of equipment you will require:

    • Hairdressing/ Barber Chair
    • Trolley
    • Hairdresser Stool
    • Consumables (e.g. mask brushes, spatulas, cotton wool, couch roll etc.)
    • Products (e.g. shampoo, tints, barrier cream, hair spray etc.)
    • Hairdressing kit (e.g. scissors, hair dryer, rollers, styling equipment sterilizer, towels, etc.)

 

Key Items of Equipment when Waxing Treatments

Waxing is a profitable treatment to offer your clients, but ensure you have confident and experienced therapists. A good quality waxing system alongside the following equipment is what is required to offer this treatment:

    • Beauty Couch
    • Trolley
    • Therapist Chair
    • Consumables (e.g. spatulas, cotton wool, couch roll etc.)
    • Products (e.g. pre wax, after wax and wax etc.)
    • Waxing kit (e.g. Wax pots, head bands, tweezers, sterilizer, towels, bowls etc.)

 

Key Items of Equipment when setting up a Tanning Treatments

Whether its party/wedding season or just topping up your tan, a spray tan is perfect treatment to be offered by any salon. This treatment does not require too much space and the following equipment is the minimum you require.

    • Tent
    • Consumables (e.g. sticky feet, g string, cap, couch roll etc.)
    • Products (e.g. prep solutions and tanning solutions)
    • Beauty kit (e.g. Spray gun, spray machine, towels, etc.)

 

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