Salons, Spas, Barbers need to be able to sell Online Beauty Products
LoxaBeauty.com sells more than 58 Online Beauty Products: Only the best professional salon, barber, skin and body lines. I’m a LoxaBeauty Pro and an associate so I get the same commission when my client’s buy those great products online, just like I would have by working in a salon.
If you are a client and want access to the best professional online beauty products: hair care lines such as Paul Mitchell, Rusk, Schwarzkopf, O·P·I, American Crew, d;fi, or makeup, skin care, nail products or men’s products, look no further go to LoxaBeauty.com. You don’t have to stop by the salon. You can shop 24/7. Your stylist can’t yell at you for buying a crappy drug store product. You’ll get your favorite products delivered right to your door and you don’t pay shipping on orders over $50.
LoxaBeauty has the best deals that I’ve seen for the type of high quality products they carry. (And now I carry too!) I could never afford to offer those deals in my salon. LoxaBeauty.com also has great customer service. When one of my clients wanted to order what I recommended to her and LoxaBeauty was out of stock, the LoxaBeauty customer service representative offered her a discount code for the larger size. As a salon owner, we could and should and would so this same thing but, many times, if we are out of the small sizes, we’re also out of the large size too.
If you’re a salon or stylist, I highly recommend becoming LoxaBeauty Pro. Your clients don’t really want to “cheat” on you but they do want to shop online at their convenience. This is the future of salon retail: you have to be able to sell the products you carry in your salon as online beauty products as well.
By becoming a LoxaBeauty Pro:
• you will be able to continue to carry your selection of products in your salon
• sell retail 24 hours a day
• lower your stock overhead
• receive commissions off all retail sold
• you can use the LoxaBeauty app to recommend products to your clients
LoxaBeauty is all about the stylists, barbers and spas. They do not sell diverted products. Top Brands chose LoxaBeauty. And LoxaBeauty gives a retail commission for every product sold. If an online client in your area buys a shampoo and his or her stylist/salon is not a LoxaBeauty Pro then you may receive that commission if you are a LoxaBeauty Pro! I’ll let you know a little secret: over 50% of my LoxaBeauty commissions in April & May of 2015 came from “Loxa Locals.” Maybe they were one of your clients?