Working as a hairdresser, you'll find that you are frequently whipping up colours for clients. More often than not, this will be done near a basin, or will have a dedicated hair colour station instead. This is the prime location to make the colour cocktail, as it has everything you need neatly stored in one place. It also helps to clear space and reduce clutter, making it easier to find what you need!
Setting Up a Hair Colour Station
Many hairdressers like to have their own method of setting up and organising their stations. One of the best ways to organise is based on the number or letter system of the colours. This will be an easy way for new employees to find what they're looking for. It will help you have more confidence in apprentices finding what they need quickly. Additionally, we recommend keeping peroxides and towels in the storage cabinet below, to help keep clutter at bay.
Fit The Station To The Space
One of the most important things when selecting a new bar is to ensure it will fit in the space. Bigger salons will probably need something larger, especially if there is a high turn over of customers in a day. If you find that a bar won't fit the space, you may benefit from a colour rack on its own. There are also thinner model options too if you wanted to pop one away in a corner. Regardless of the size, we can help you ship it directly to your door. Contact us for a freight quote.